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Indian Engineering Design Forum (IEDF) has been established to encourage innovation in engineeering design for the Indian context. It is a platform that facilitates young and experienced engineers to connect, collaborate and innovate. Being committed to education, the forum gives due importance to career growth and self-development. Polytechnic students, engineering undergraduates and working professionals will benefit directly from the forum's activities. The forum's advisory board of experienced and eminent engineers will offer technical and career guidance.
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September 6, 2014
Microsoft Corporation, Bangalore
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September 13, 2014
Theme: Lean Startup Principle
Author: James Gleick
Publisher: Fourth Estate, London. 2011.
We are living in the information age and an app economy. Information can be accessed on the move. Information is endless and growing. In fact, it is a flood. Every minute 72 hours of video get uploaded to YouTube. Every minute Facebook users share 2.4 million items of content. Every minute 204 million emails are sent1. These are diverse pieces of content that can't be easily compared.
So what exactly is information? Is it human knowledge, the meaning attached to a video or the ideas described in a memo? Or can we quantify it into bits and bytes, thereby giving a simplistic measure in terms of exabytes of data generated per year? This ambitious work by James Gleick unravels the history of information as a concept. It is a relevant and important work for the times in which we live.