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I took a Turing test and the test won

  So if you or I took the Turing test, would we pass? Or fail?   Hold that thought. Ever since we fabricated our first computers, we’ve wondered, can they think? Can they be made to think? They are superb

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Posted in education, fun, IT, Professional, software, Thought

Everonnn Systems: Prometric approved centre?

Image via Wikipedia I recently had to give the Project Management Institute exam at Prometric centre in Mumbai, Everonn Systems at Andheri East. The exam centre is located just past the Saki Naka junction. The exam went off well, but

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Posted in education, India, IT, Management, mumbai, Professional, Project Management


I  received an email from the director of the management institute from which I graduated. It addresses rumors about the quality of the school’s education. Now, when it comes to rumors, at the personal level, the best reaction is to

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Posted in education, HR

Starting a New Business

Mr. Fix-It Ltd.

We treat your homes like our own!

Linus Fernandes/Kalliroi Patsali/Giorgos Elia/Petros Loizou

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Posted in education, Entrepreneurship, Management, marketing, Statistics

Schools & Catholicism

“In the final analysis, stripped of all rhetoric, school quality is heavily dependent on the quality of its teachers. Only the best quality human capital can have the motivation and sincerity to innovate and implement the aforementioned “100 1 percent” initiatives that differentiate the good performing schools from the failures. And since the quality of teachers cannot be influenced, beyond a point, by exogenous factors like trainings, rigor of monitoring, school environment etc, it is inevitable that there exist wide variations in the quality of schools themselves.”

This is what Gulzar states in his comment on an article in the NYTimes on the effectiveness of charter schools in the US.

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Posted in economics, education, India

Don’t Work. Be Hated. Love Someone « Bump!

And so I want to start by giving one piece of advice to the men: when you’ve already won her heart, you don’t need to win every argument.Marriage is considered one milestone of life. Some of you may already be

Posted in education

Running The British Economy

Full report of the Managerial Economics project by Linus, Eraclis & Marios here.

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Posted in economics, education, Leadership, Management, politics
  • People only echo what they believe, not what they do not. 3 weeks ago
  • If it feels unjust, it usually is. It helps to know why and, better still, explain why. 3 weeks ago
  • Giving and gifting are not the same. The giver expects; giving should be sustainable. The gifter does not. Gifting is usually excess. 3 weeks ago
  • A change of heart in one does not necessarily imply a change of heart in all. 3 weeks ago

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