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Will Corruption and Income Inequality Scupper India’s Economic Revival?

As anyone who has spent any length of time travelling in India will attest, it is a country of stark contrasts. In few ways is this more obvious than the vast disparities in wealth between 500 million of India’s total 1.27 billion citizens living on less than $1.25 per day and a small but increasingly wealthy elite […]

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Posted in Asia, Economic Security, Economics, Food Security, Global Economy, India, Uncategorized, World

For those outside the technology world, “Big Data” is a poorly understood buzzword which has become a part of everyday life

Big Data And Elections: Where Better Together Is Going Wrong

  The term – broadly understood as data sets which are too large and complex for normal software – is now everywhere, from debates about the future of banking to healthcare. For example, Google has claimed to better predict flu outbursts than The Center for Disease Control, just by analysing what the company’s masses of users are […]

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Posted in Scottish Independence, World


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Thanks, Tim. I take your point. But reconsidering a decision isn't always terrible, is it? If it were, we'd still be trying to grow peanuts in Tanzania, Lance Armstrong would have won the Tour de France seven times, and the Birmingham Six would still be in prison.

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