30 April, 2019

Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/082


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3.       Speak Up
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Please find below links for the information related to latest technology and trends. This could help your faculty members and/or your college students.

Tech News for the Day
The field of robotics is going through a renaissance thanks to advances in machine learning and sensor technology.
So long as cryptocurrency exists, so too will the extraordinary lengths to which thieves will go to try to steal it.
After landing on Mars last November, the InSight probe first deployed a suite of meteorological equipment and then began to check the health of its science instruments.

Programmer News for the Day
Elixir has been steadily gaining in popularity over the last several years. It runs on the Erlang VM.
Intel announces new 45W mobile parts and a full range of desktop chips.
A simple explanation of how they work and how to implement one from scratch in Python.

Word for the Day
libertine noun
lib·​er·​tine | \ ˈli-bər-ˌtēn  \
disparaging : a freethinker especially in religious matters
This man is known for his libertine character

Puzzle for the Day
Anagram for the Day

Farmer Puzzle

A farmer wants to transport a fox, a chicken and some corn across a river.

They have a rowboat, but it can only carry the person and one other item.

If the fox and the chicken are alone together, the fox will eat the chicken.

If the chicken and the corn are alone together, the chicken will eat the corn.

How does the farmer do it?

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

They live in Australia, but they could have been born anywhere South of the equator, where the seasons are reversed.

An anagram is a word made by using letters of another word in a different order.
Example: shot à host

Find the anagram for the following:

Former
Framed
Friend

Solution (Previous):
FEASTS : SAFEST
FILETS : ITSELF
FILLER : REFILL

Innovation of the Day
In 1796, the first U.S. patent for a pill of any kind was issued to Samuel Lee, Jr., of Connecticut, for a "Composition of bilious pills" which he renewed on 24 May 1810 and marketed as "Lee's Windham Pills."
In 1883, a company that would build the first U.S. three-wire central station for incandescent lighting - the Edison Electric Illuminating Co. was incorporated.
In 1897, at the Royal Institution Friday Evening Discourse, Joseph John Thomson (1856-1940) first announced the existence of electrons (as they are now named).

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
In tropical seas, flying fish leap out of the water, gliding for up to 200 meters, before dipping back into the sea. In the Indo-Pacific, a hunting sailfish swims up to 110 kilometers per hour. These feats are made possible by a fish’s form—which in most species is a smooth, long body, fins, and a tail. Lauren Sallan explains why these features are so common, and what it reveals about fish.
Neil and Sophie talk about the hopes and risks of gene editing. Is it going to cure diseases? Or be used to create designer babies? And Neil wonders how many errors he might have in his genetic code.

Idiom for the Day
Act Up
To act up, usually in regards to children, means to behave badly or cause trouble.
If you children keep acting up, we are not going to go to the amusement park.

Quote for the Day
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“God gives every bird its food, but he does not throw it into its nest.”

J. G. Holland

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29 April, 2019

KSRCE - Placement Achievers - 2019 Batch as on 26th April 2019

Dear Students


The Management, Principal, Faculty and Staff members congratulate the Final Year students (2019 Batch) who got placed during the Academic Year 2018-2019.





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K.S.R.College of Engineering

Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/081



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New Courses Launched
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3.       Speak Up
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Please find below links for the information related to latest technology and trends. This could help your faculty members and/or your college students.

Tech News for the Day
The NCSC's first 'UK cyber survey' published alongside global password risk list
Black holes are long-time superstars of science fiction. But their Hollywood fame is a little strange given that no-one has ever actually seen one – at least, until now.
couldn’t find any webcams for sale that had a simple on/off switch.

Programmer News for the Day
The dictionary is special because values are not referenced in order using a numerical index.
Microsoft Research has introduced a new open source programming language called Bosque that aspires to be simple and easy to understand by embracing algebraic operations and shunning techniques that create complexity.
Hamiltonian Monte Carlo (HMC) is a variant that uses gradient information to scale better to higher dimensions, and which is used by software like PyMC3 and Stan.

Word for the Day
extravagant adjective
ex·​trav·​a·​gant | \ ik-ˈstra-vi-gənt  \
: exceeding the limits of reason or necessity
The company has been making extravagant claims about the drug's effectiveness.

Puzzle for the Day
Anagram for the Day

Birthday Puzzle

Alex Smith was born on December 25th, 1971, yet their birthday is always in the summer.

How is this possible?

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

Tuo.

Opposites reversed: wet, dry: hot, cold: in, out.

An anagram is a word made by using letters of another word in a different order.
Example: shot à host

Find the anagram for the following:

Feasts
Filets
Filler

Solution (Previous):
DASHED : SHADED
DEALER : LEADER
EXPECT : EXCEPT

Innovation of the Day
In 1813, the first U.S. patent for rubber was issued to J.F. Hummel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
In 1820, Thomas Hancock's first patent was dated. It was for the application of rubber in clothing where some elasticity was useful, such as braces (suspenders) or slip-on boots.
In 1873, the first U.S. patent for a railroad coupler was issued to E.H. Janney of Alexandria, Virginia.

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
From lemurs to lizards, ants to amphibians, sharks to chickens, hundreds of animals "play dead" as a survival tactic. But how and why do animals do this? Tierney Thys explains how this curious behavior, known as tonic immobility or TI for short, can be used as a defense or offense.
Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of the social media platform Facebook, has announced he will give away most of his fortune. Neil and Sophie talk about robber barons, industrialization in America, and what it takes to be a modern-day philanthropist.

Idiom for the Day
Acid Test
the expression is used to refer to something which confirms a person’s character or ability
My knee has been fine in training but tomorrow’s game will be the acid test.

Quote for the Day
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“Happiness is inward, and not outward; and so, it does not depend on what we have, but on what we are.”

Henry van Dyke

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26 April, 2019

Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/080




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Dear Professor,

Greetings from Infosys Campus Connect Team!!!

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New Courses Launched
1.       Internet of Things
2.       Blockchain
3.       Speak Up
4.       Email Writing Skills


Please find below links for the information related to latest technology and trends. This could help your faculty members and/or your college students.

Tech News for the Day
Google Maps is an indispensable part of life for more than 1 billion people, who use it to commute, explore new cities or find a hot new restaurant.
Project Things is graduating from its experimental phase with a new name — Mozilla WebThings — and gaining a number of logging, alarm, and networking features.
A Harvard physicist has shown that wormholes can exist: tunnels in curved space-time, connecting two distant places, through which travel is possible.

Programmer News for the Day
What the common issues in Python code that cause extra complexity are and how you can fix them
To detect any object in an image, it is necessary to understand how images are represented inside a computer, and how that objects differs visually from any other object.
Slices work on all sequences in Python. Which means that you can have a slice of a string, list, or tuple, and you’ll have the same effect?

Word for the Day
tedium noun
te·​di·​um | \ ˈtē-dē-əm  \
: the quality or state of being tedious : TEDIOUSNESS
The movie was three hours of tedium.

Puzzle for the Day
Anagram for the Day

Find the pair Puzzle

Tew is to yrd, as...

...toh is to dloc, as...

...ni is to ==?==

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

Matthew is 3 and has two teddies.
Paul is 1 and has one teddies.
John is 4 and has three teddies.
Darren is 2 and has four teddies.

An anagram is a word made by using letters of another word in a different order.
Example: shot à host

Find the anagram for the following:

Dashed
Dealer
Expect

Solution (Previous):
CAUSES : SAUCES
COMICS : COSMIC
COSMIC : COMICS

Innovation of the Day
In 1882, the photophone was demonstrated by Alexander Graham Bell and Charles Sumner Tainter.
In 1882, American inventor, W.B. Purvis was issued a patent for a "Bag Fastener" (No. 256,856).
In 1882, a perpetual motion machine was patented by John Sutliff in the U.S. (No. 257,103).

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
There are nearly a million known insect species in the world, but most have one of just five common types of mouthparts. Why is this information useful to scientists? Anika Hazra explains how the features of an insect’s mouthparts can help identify which order it belongs to, while also providing clues about how it evolved and what it feeds on.
Are the days of paying by cash for a latte or a newspaper nearly gone? Now you can pay via mobile phone, contactless cards, and even using your finger. Alice and Neil discuss Neil's fondness for loose change while teaching some related vocabulary.

Idiom for the Day
Achilles Heel
Although it can refer to a physical weakness or limitation, this idiom can refer to any perceived weakness.
It may also refer to someone who is successful, strong, or otherwise doing well, but which has on ‘fatal flaw’ or weakness which could bring about their failure or downfall.
The team had an Achilles heel, their inexperienced outfielder.

Quote for the Day
Mary Flannery O'Connor க்கான பட முடிவு

“It’s not so much how busy you are, but why you are busy. The bee is praised. The mosquito is swatted.”

Mary Flannery O’Connor

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