1. AI AND CODING WILL BE INTRODUCED IN CLASSES 6 THROUGH 8 BY CBSE
Following the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to include coding and artificial intelligence (AI) into the curriculum for Classes 6 through 8.
According to Article 142 of the Indian Constitution, the Supreme Court of India has given spouses the right to divorce based on the "irretrievable breakdown of marriage". This decision applies to situations in which one spouse files for divorce notwithstanding the other's objections or in which both parties seek a divorce by mutual consent.
2. THE SUPREME COURT RECOGNIZES "IRRETRIEVABLE BREAKDOWN OF MARRIAGE" AS GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE
The man regarded as the founder of artificial intelligence and recipient of the "Nobel Prize in computing," Geoffrey Hinton, is now speaking out against the risks posed by this technology.