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bioConclave2019
bioConclave 2019 : AI is disrupting healthcare in India

BANGALORE, 15 October: The inaugural bioConclave event in India saw more than 150 delegates from the top hospitals, medtechs, medical associations and government gather in Bangalore to discuss how Indian healthcare can leapfrog in quality, access and affordability, with the use of new technologies and greater…

EIC2019 Delhi
EIC2019 Delhi: Innovation is rife in Indian education, but there is a long way to go

 "How do we create thousands of Kalams, Pichais and Satya Nadellas in India?" asked Ramanan Ramanathan, Mission Director of the Atal Innovation Mission, at the EIC2019. He went on to say, by creating a problem solving ability in our children The EIC2019 concluded on…

Rajav Poddar
Review of EIC2018 in Bangalore: AI will dramatically change employment and education markets

The Education Innovation Conference 2018 in Bangalore last month concluded that AI and the accelerating pace of technological innovation will change the way education is delivered and consumed in India in the coming decade. Speakers from around India, and as far afield as New Zealand…

clinical research
Putting the patient at the centre of clinical research

The increasing use of RWD – Real World Data – is being driven by legislators, regulators and pricing bodies across the world. They are increasingly requiring companies and health systems to demonstrate the true real-world value and impact of their treatments, pathways, devices, and medications…

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CLI2018 review: Tech is coming, but it’s not quite there yet

Technology brings disruption at an incredible rate. What wasn’t possible just a year or two ago, is now possible today. And yet, AI as a tool isn’t quite there yet for widespread adoption but will evolve over time to become increasingly more important. But legal…

ICC and techUk
EPG facilitates ICC-techUk MoU

The UK’s technology trade association techUK and East India’s premier business chamber the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) agreed to facilitate two-way technology collaborations between British and Indian companies, with a special focus on West Bengal, through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed today.  …

Developing a startup ecosystem: Lessons from the UK

    Our Managing Director was the Lead Author of this report, launched in London on 22nd February. We are looking forward to taking its findings further through further research. Click here to read the report FICCI UK Startup Ecosystem Report Startup report from FICCI cites…

Second annual Corporate Legal Innovators concludes

The second annual Corporate Legal Innovators conference concluded last week at London South Bank University. Thanks to everyone that attended the 2016 edition and our sponsors, Halebury, Wolters Kluwer (ELM Solutions), Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas - advocates & solicitors, NaviStarLegal, Khaitan Legal Associates - Indian Advocates,…

How can General Counsels thrive through full use of new technologies?

As most in-house lawyers and big law firms already know, the use of new technologies in the legal market is fundamental in running an efficient business. Their use avoids wasting money and also helps provide higher quality services on a lower budget. To implement this,…

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