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“The web has persuaded us that […] sorting things carefully and keeping them where they belong is a waste of time …” — Seth Godin

So here I am, penning down everything I know about the QNET scam in one place.

Painting the Picture


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Technology and its advent have continued to transform the lives of many, that too in numerous productive ways. But on the other hand, the implications of hazards have also been observed. The dilemma is that in in the conquest of the moon and space, somewhere humanity and ethics have been made oblivious.

Recently, Open AI, a non-profit AI research company, sponsored by big names like Elon Musk, Microsoft Corporation, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Y Combinator Research (YCR) and Infosys — the Indian multinational IT corporation, developed a system, which could’ve been a breakthrough only if the adverse consequences weren’t inflicted…


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Fast Company, the globe’s leading magazine and digital media publication brand, headquartered in the US, with a focus on technology, innovation, business, creativity, design and work life (balance), operates an annual franchise by the name of The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies, compiled after the assessment and review of thousands of companies, established and evolved. It was in 2018, that Apple made to the top of the list as the world’s most innovative company, but couldn’t retain its position and observed a sharp fall in the 2019 list as the 17th most innovative company. Plunging from 1 to 17 may…


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25th Jan 2019, the day of Friday witnessed a power blackout for roughly 6–7 hours in the city. Adding to the misfortune, a friend in my junior year of the university got his motorcycle’s tire punctured, and had no choice left but to wait for the power supply to restore so that the puncture could be mended and he could ride back home since no pumping facility was available at that moment. It was 11:30 in the morning. Our conversation that day began with him saying “Pakistan mein bijli ki paidawaar tau hai nahi theek se. Dusre san’ati inqelaab se…


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Visual programming, aka block programming and drag-and-drop programming, has gathered a wide range of popularity and immense recognition when it comes to the provision of STEM education to the 6th-grade students and onwards. Various platforms, Scratch by MIT Media Lab, the most well-known among them, have undoubtedly, played their crucial roles in assisting the children in shattering the chains of merely becoming another ‘work robot’ of the future which demands more than that. Moreover, a number of children are ready to pivot the career paths they were about to pursue soon as they enter the stream of higher education, the…

Rafey Iqbal Rahman

Published Writer @swlh. Writing focused on technology, business and entrepreneurship.

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