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Ronika

Intellectual Bengalan :P

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Ronika started a new discussionDec, 19 2016

China has invented a digital state for itself


So can a vast social-credit system work? The Chinese face two big technical hurdles: the quality of the data and the sensitivity of the instruments to analyse it. Big-data projects everywhere—such as the attempt by Britain’s National Health Service to create a nationwide medical database—have stumbled over the problem of how to prevent incorrect information from fouling the system (this undermined the Suining experiment, too). Problems of bad data would be even more onerous in a country of 1.3bn people. Vast treasuries of data would also give big incentives for cyber-criminals to steal or change information.
So can a vast social-credit system work? The Chinese face two big technical hurdles: the quality of the data and the sensitivity of the instruments to analyse it. Big-data projects everywhere—such as the attempt by Britain’s National Health Service to create a nationwide medical database—have
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 19 2016

Demonetisation and Cashless sure are welcome steps, however they wont eradicate/stop corruption at all

Varun ravikant had posted

Digitisation will ensure all transactions take place through banking system. Thereby transaction data is recorded and visible to relevant authorities. This ensures ease o


Ronika Intellectual Bengalan :P

The digital India project needs much better infrastructure like mobile connectivity to the last panchayat, but no one cares about it as long as they can get cash to transact all the time. Now whatever way it is implemented, demonetisation is an opportunity as well as a challenge to get the things done immediately.
The digital India project needs much better infrastructure like mobile connectivity to the last panchayat, but no one cares about it as long as they can get cash to transact all the time. Now whatever way it is implemented, demonetisation is an opportunity as well as a challenge to get the things do

Ronika agreed with a discussionDec, 19 2016

Draupadi: A classic tale of women oppression like many others in our mythological books!

Draupadi was shared by 5 men who called themselves her husband, she was molested because one of her husband was too drunk and actually gambled her.


Kings had many wives, they left the old ones and went for new ones, daughters were given as a gift to join forces (like a business deal). Women dying to marry Shiva and Indra (no one died for the goddesses). Krishna was a womens man (thats the least impactful word i could come up with)

Draupadi was shared by 5 men who called themselves her husband, she was molested because one of her husband was too drunk and actually gambled her.Kings had many wives, they left the old ones and went for new ones, daughters were given as a gift to join forces (like a business deal). Women dying to
Ronika agreed with a discussionDec, 17 2016

WWF just paid AU$100,000 to protect the Great Barrier Reef, but its too late now as the Great Barrier Reef faces 'complete ecological collapse'.

It’s been a wretched year for Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the largest living structure and one of the most complex natural ecosystems on Earth. The area suffered the worst bleaching event ever, one that impacted over 90 percent of the reef and killed more than a third of its corals. Earlier this year, shocking photos and video revealed total devastation in parts of the reef. Now, entire swathes of the Great Barrier Reef are suffering from “complete ecosystem collapse,” marine researcher Justin Marshall said after spending a week conducting surveys near Lizard Island in the northern region of the reef.
It’s been a wretched year for Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the largest living structure and one of the most complex natural ecosystems on Earth. The area suffered the worst bleaching event ever, one that impacted over 90 percent of the reef and killed more than a third of its corals. Earlier
Ronika started a new discussionDec, 17 2016

Which is bigger evil, Corporate or Public corruption?


Corruption is defined as the malpractice conducted by an authority or a formidable party that are illegitimate, immoral, and unethical in seek of personal enrichment. This often results from patronage and is associated with bribery. This is the serious issue which is pervasive all over the countries in the world that adversely affects their own economy. Corruption is inversely related to economic growth, entrepreneurship and innovations in the society. The competitive environment and permissive culture are adding up for the future bribery scandals.
Corruption is defined as the malpractice conducted by an authority or a formidable party that are illegitimate, immoral, and unethical in seek of personal enrichment. This often results from patronage and is associated with bribery. This is the serious issue which is pervasive all over the countries
Ronika posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 17 2016

Its not Russia because of which Hillary lost, it was the Internet. There is a much needed change in internet’s culture

After American generals began using the term hybrid war to describe Russia's planned, deliberate scaling of hostilities from pseudo civilian protests to military formations, a Russian general, without irony, accused the United States of hybrid war against Russia. It was Ukraine's leadership who eventually had to give reassurances on the international stage that the rights of minorities would be respected, not Russia's and not the leaders of their Proxies, despite harsh crackdowns on Ukrainian culture, Tartar institutions, Catholic and Protestant churches, and everything else that wasn't Russian.
After American generals began using the term hybrid war to describe Russia's planned, deliberate scaling of hostilities from pseudo civilian protests to military formations, a Russian general, without irony, accused the United States of hybrid war against Russia. It was Ukraine's leadership who even
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 17 2016

Modi's plan of housing for all, should this be a reality?

Ronit had posted

Besides that, a visionary government will also ensure the development of infrastructure in the suburban regions, where large-volume, low-cost/affordable housing typically


Ronika Intellectual Bengalan :P

Definitely, there will be no market rate and only the government guide line value will need to be followed. But sellers are not ready to sell their land at guideline value. So, real estate sector will take more time might be in years to retain its current position

Ronika posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 16 2016

Indian Adivasi: primitive or proud?

It is my understanding that officially India does not accept the term indigenous when we are referring to the tribals and I think it is connected with the implications that if that term was accepted then the Hindus would also be seen as foreigners who came into India and overcame the indigenous or original settlers. I am also concerned that we do not unnecessarily accept everything that is there in any one culture as necessarily to be safeguarded at whatever cost because in all cultures there are aspects that need to be overcome, and there are other aspects that need to be safeguarded and propagated always ensuring that dignity is safeguarded.
It is my understanding that officially India does not accept the term indigenous when we are referring to the tribals and I think it is connected with the implications that if that term was accepted then the Hindus would also be seen as foreigners who came into India and overcame the indigenous or o
Ronika agreed with an opinion onDec, 14 2016

We need innovative learning environments and education programs

AwareMonk had posted

Galorian we would request you to avoid promotions at the minimum. We wont be taking down the links from the current articles but at the same time will ask you to avoid p



A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 14 2016

Modern schooling is one of the greatest crimes against humanity

Nitin S. had posted

Hey is it possible to share a link for the Denmarks education system?


Ronika Intellectual Bengalan :P

Yes this has intrigued me as well, which education system are you talking about thats democratic? Can it be implemented in India as well?

A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 14 2016

The purpose of the educational system is to support personal and collective growth.

Galorian had posted

The sooner the better!


Ronika Intellectual Bengalan :P

agreed but at the same time considering todays scenario it is highly unlikely that anyone talks about humanity, or thinks of it. These are just words now, its more to do with being selfish. What can i do, how can it help me etc

Ronika posted an opinion to a discussionDec, 14 2016

SELF-DRIVING cars are in town! You can hail an Uber without a driver. This is a giant leap indeed

Does anyone have any idea if this is wholly Uber or is it Uber+Google?
Ronika agreed with an opinion onDec, 14 2016

Was the Middle East better off with its dictators? Yes!

Suhani Singh had posted

Arab spring is not a colossal failure but it is being made to fail deliberately. There is the involvement of superpowers, which is hidden from the common public, which is



A person you follow posted a new opinion on Dec, 14 2016

People in Aleppo are being massacred, are we sure the fight is against ISIS?

Harish Narang had posted

This could ever have been possible without a bloodless outcome. There was no possible solution to involve communication with Assad. Airdrops into besieged areas, where r


Ronika Intellectual Bengalan :P

Aleppo is being liberated from terrorists. I am quite glad that they'll be under a fairly secular government and I hope that Assad retakes the country from the hands of foreign backed head choppers. Exporting democracy has failed and we have created a power vacuum whereby one strong man is replaced by an even worse Islamist power.
Aleppo is being liberated from terrorists. I am quite glad that they'll be under a fairly secular government and I hope that Assad retakes the country from the hands of foreign backed head choppers. Exporting democracy has failed and we have created a power vacuum whereby one strong man is replaced

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