Technology is often just one piece in a jigsaw puzzle. To solve a problem at a systemic level, other pieces—often harder to crack, boring to implement, thankless at the end—have to fall in place
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Organisations across the spectrum have been able to get their act together, focus, and solve tough problems quickly. This makes you wonder—why are they unable to muster even a fraction of this ability in normal times?
The lockdown is taking its toll. What will it take workers in the informal sectors and small businesses to survive?
As the national lockdown gradually ends across China and the Far East, many professionals are starting to pick up the pieces of their lives and getting back to work. But it isn’t quite the same again.
The lives of small business owners and migrant labour have been turned completely upside down. But the crisis may have also brought the community closer
Across Maharashtra, fresh farm produce was rotting after supply chains were disrupted by the national lockdown. The local administration in one of the districts offered a window of opportunity to small farmers’ collectives to build a farm-to-home model—and dramatically turn the tide
Work From Home
Everyone is working from home. No one knows how long this will last. This is unprecedented. It can be fundamentally transformational as well
This Week in Disruptive Tech
The amazing ability of living systems to respond to the abstract might help scientists find vaccines for coronavirus faster than before. Plus a roundup of the global effort to minimise the spread of the disease
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, a few important experiments are going on at an unprecedented scale