SULAGNA CHATTOPADHYAY

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE India’s AI Applications in Healthcare

AI comes with a promise of overcoming a majority of healthcare barriers that beleaguer India. This feature explores few AI applications that are currently in use in India and outlines challenges that need to be overcome in the coming decade.

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SCIENCE The secrets of the seas

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AGRICULTURE The unblurred lines of antiquity

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FOODS Medical pluralism and the element of choice

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MIGRATION Migrant contributions to the economy

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Indias AI Applications in Healthcare

AI comes with a promise of overcoming a majority of healthcare barriers that beleaguer India. This feature explores few AI applications that are currently in use in India and outlines challenges that need to be overcome in the coming decade.

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FIRST REPORT Working out of Choice

With an aim to understand the factors that influence employment decisions among the urban elderly male population, the G’nY team interviewed four octogenarians hailing from varied backgrounds.

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LANDFORMS OF INIDA Coastal Geomorphology

Coastal landforms constitute erosional or depositional features. Sea cliff, sea caves, sea arches etc., are erosional landforms whereas landforms such as beach, bar, barrier are depositional in nature.

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POLICY INTERVENTIONS Towards a Hindukush-Himalaya Science Forum

Spread across eight countries, the Hindukush-Himalaya region supports a population of 234 million. Its increased vulnerability in the context of climate change calls for a forum to address the concerns of the people through scientific consensus. Experiences of a common scientific language amongst the stakeholders of the Arctic Council may be a significant takeaway towards this.

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FIRST REPORT Haryana’s Disappearing Lakes

Damdama and Badhkal, two prominent lakes situated in the north and south of the Aravalli outcrops, have all but vanished. Increasing human interference, unprecedented rise in built up area, privatisation of land for recreational purposes and unsustainable cropping activities in recent years are wiping out these lakes.

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