Mark Zuckerberg

How to Preempt Responsibility

Madhavankutty Pillai

The curious desire to regulate artificial intelligence by companies pioneering it

‘Cultures where people share more about themselves will be slow in switching’

Noted behavioural economist Dan Ariely on WhatsApp users fleeing to Signal and Telegram

Mukesh Ambani: The Power of Intuition

The world’s sixth-richest man takes RIL, India’s most valued company that straddles the traditional and the digital with equal competitiveness, to the global centrestage. Inside one of the most expansive corporate transformation stories

Who’s Afraid of Facebook?

Every attempt to impose a moral code of conduct on social media smacks of moral dishonesty—and political desperation

Twitter’s Convenient Truths

Why the social media platform asks for trouble in fact-checking Donald Trump

At Home In The World

This is Modi’s moment as the crisis of global leadership deepens

When Resistance to a Book Is Futile

If reach out is what one must do, then one needs to be on Facebook. And if its adoption involves the betrayal of a tribe of fellow FB naysayers only rumoured to exist, so be it

The Networker

It was part two of the Indian enchanter in America, and this time Narendra Modi was feted as the man who will accompany Silicon Valley to its next level of glory, even as the Valley takes India with it—to heights as yet unforeseen, except in the mind of the man who once sold tea on the sort of railway platform that will soon be kitted out with free WiFi by Google

Facebook’s Virtual Reality Acquisition

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believes virtual reality will be the next big digital platform after mobile phones

Facebook’s First Lady

Chan first met Zuckerberg at a party in 2003, when they were both standing in line for the bathroom


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