(Above, top, l-r): CropDrop founder Anya Shrivastava; Hack+ founder Sanil Chawla; Vansh A. Gupta and Apoorva Panidapu. (Bottom): Team DigEthnic: (L-r) Nihal Deopura and Vansh Gupta in Youth Track: Leaders of Tomorrow at the 2018 TiE Inflect technology meet, held May 4-5, in Santa Clara, Calif. (All photos: Siliconeer)

The TiE Inflect 2018 conference magnanimously focuses on entrepreneurship, innovation and artificial intelligence.

TiE Inflect had a strong concentration on Artificial Intelligence, the most relevant and hot topic in the tech world today. With record breaking registrations, tracks filled with enthusiastic audiences and well-versed speakers, a happening expo, and an unforgettable banquet, TiE Inflect was an allusion for the proverb, ‘Work hard, then play hard,’ writes our youth editor Vansh A. Gupta,who different hats at this year’s TiE Inflect – youth track leadership, speaker, exhibitor and attendee.


The two-day Sino-Indian informal summit between India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China’s President, Xi Jinping, that took place, April 27-28, marked a new chapter in the relationship between the two global players which collectively comprise more than 40 percent of the world population. The venue of the meeting was Wuhan in Central China, home to the famous villa of Mao Zedong or Chairman Mao, the founding father of People’s Republic of China, and the place where Mao hosted U.S. President Richard Nixon for the historic meeting of February of 1972, during the height of the Cold War, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj.


The use of technology coupled with bold decisions can help India leapfrog into inclusive growth and improve the quality of health and education, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has said, writes Lalit K. Jha.


For long, President Donald Trump has criticized the media for publishing “fake news” about him. Now it has emerged that he may have faked his own bill of health in 2015, ahead of the presidential election.


Apple is bullish on India and plans to launch all its initiatives, including retail, in the country where it has an “extremely low” overall market share, the tech giant’s CEO Tim Cook has said, writes Yoshita Singh.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most liked world leader and far ahead of others, including President Donald Trump, when it comes to popularity on Facebook, according to a study which said 43.2 million people follow the Indian premier on the social media platform.


Cambridge Analytica, the UK-based political consulting firm at the heart of the massive data breach of Facebook users worldwide, announced it is shutting down, writes Aditi Khanna.