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Best universities in Switzerland 2024

Best universities in Switzerland 2024

Top five universities in Switzerland 2024 Scroll down for the full list of best universities in Switzerland Despite being a small country nestled in the centre of Europe, Switzerland has many great opportunities for international students.  With all 13 universities featured in the World University Rankings, there are a number of great institutions that students...

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Switzerland bans Russian diamond imports

Switzerland bans Russian diamond imports

Russia is currently the world’s biggest diamond producer. Credit: Bjoern Wylezich via Shutterstock. Switzerland will ban the import of diamonds mined in Russia, a government official said on Wednesday, joining the EU, the UK and other G7 nations in sanctions against the precious stone. The announcement comes after Bern, which is not currently an EU...

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AI In International Arbitration – New Technology – Switzerland

AI In International Arbitration – New Technology – Switzerland

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the ability of a computer or computer-controlled robot to perform tasks that are commonly associated with the intellectual processes characteristic of humans.1 With the appearance of AI, many fear that computers will take over the work of human workers, especially in fields where a computer can actually perform better. An example...

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Lockheed Martin Invests in Weather Tech Company Meteomatics | AIN

Lockheed Martin Invests in Weather Tech Company Meteomatics | AIN

Lockheed Martin Ventures, the venture investment arm of Lockheed Martin Corp., is hoping for a bright forecast in its latest strategic investment—weather forecasting technology company Meteomatics. Lockheed said the investment will allow Meteomatics, founded in 2012 by German mathematician Martin Fengler, to expand its technology into industries such as aviation and defense. Meteomatics boasts weather modeling...

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Top 10 Fintech Events to Attend in 2024 in Switzerland – Fintech Schweiz Digital Finance News – FintechNewsCH

Top 10 Fintech Events to Attend in 2024 in Switzerland – Fintech Schweiz Digital Finance News – FintechNewsCH

by Fintechnews Switzerland January 29, 2024 Switzerland’s fintech ecosystem has experienced significant growth over the past years. With over 400 fintech companies, Switzerland is home to 10% of all European fintechs, and Zurich hosts 46% of these, data from recruitment consultancy Michael Page show. The sector’s total investment reached CHF 191 million in H1 2023,...

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Elite Swiss university plans to limit places for foreign students

Elite Swiss university plans to limit places for foreign students

Between 2010 and 2023, the number of bachelor’s and master’s students at EPFL grew from 5,283 to 10,894. Keystone / Laurent Gillieron read aloud pause The Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) is planning to introduce a limit of 3,000 places for first-year bachelor’s degrees from 2025. This content was published on January 22, 2024 –...

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Swiss economics minister in India for final push on EFTA trade agreement

Swiss economics minister in India for final push on EFTA trade agreement

Parmelin left the WEF in Davos to head straight to India to meet his Indian counterpart, Piyush Goyal, to iron out the terms of an EFTA free trade agreement. © Keystone / Laurent Gillieron read aloud pause Switzerland and India have agreed on “the broad outlines of the EFTA-India trade agreement”, Guy Parmelin said on...

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Indian Railways explores collaboration with Swiss counterpart for efficiency boost

Indian Railways explores collaboration with Swiss counterpart for efficiency boost

Indian Railways is considering a strategic collaboration with the Swiss railway system to enhance its operational efficiency. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw revealed plans to glean insights from Swiss best practices, specifically focusing on the hub-and-spoke model and advanced tunnelling technology. Learning from Swiss Excellence: In an exclusive interview with PTI during the World Economic Forum...

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AI made in Switzerland: Swisscom plans to develop its own AI services

AI made in Switzerland: Swisscom plans to develop its own AI services

Telecommunications companies are increasingly turning to AI tools to carry out key functions. Swisscom wants to develop and use these itself, while also offering AI services to other companies. Swisscom’s data centers are set to use Nvidia technology in the future. Valentin Flauraud / Keystone Whether built by OpenAI, Microsoft or Meta, most current artificial...

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GenAI: Why Switzerland needs to act now on reskilling and regulation – I by IMD

GenAI: Why Switzerland needs to act now on reskilling and regulation – I by IMD

Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the way we live and work. And it’s happening fast. In 2023, we saw the meteoric rise of generative AI, including ChatGPT and other deep neural network tools that can effectively write code and content, solve problems, and come up with new products. The promise of these new technologies is clear....

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Indian Railways targets Switzerland-like efficiency, gets ready to learn Swiss Railway’s tricks of trade – India Shipping News

Indian Railways targets Switzerland-like efficiency, gets ready to learn Swiss Railway’s tricks of trade – India Shipping News

DAVOS : Indian Railways is seeking to take a leaf out Swiss Railways in an effort to try and imbibe some of the legendary clockwork precision of the European nation’s famed systems and processes. Indian Railways is planning for an MoU with the Swiss railway to learn from their best practices such as the hub and spoke model and tunnelling technology, Railway...

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Indian Railways aims for Switzerland Railway technology! Ashwini Vaishnaw says India gears up to adopt ‘hub-and-spoke model’, tunneling technology – Railways News

Indian Railways aims for Switzerland Railway technology! Ashwini Vaishnaw says India gears up to adopt ‘hub-and-spoke model’, tunneling technology – Railways News

Indian Railways is set to collaborate with the Swiss railway through a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to glean insights from their best practices and methodologies. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, told PTI during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, that Indian Railways has the potential to learn from Switzerland, citing their expertise in the hub-and-spoke model...