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This isn't a sci-fi film: Autonomous Weapons Systems could be a reality soon

Apr 18, 2016

This isn't a sci-fi film: Autonomous Weapons Systems could be a reality soon

Autonomous machines — that once activated select their targets and go on a killing spree — no longer belong exclusively to the domain of dystopian science fiction. The threat from such machines is real enough for 100 states to come together and debate the matter of their ban for three consecutive years now #CriticalPoint #artificial intelligence #Drones #Conference on Disarmament #Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons #Autonomous Weapons Systems
Researchers warn about psychological impact of virtual reality

Mar 07, 2016

Researchers warn about psychological impact of virtual reality

Researchers have warned that immersion in VR can cause behavioural changes in consumers that may last even after they leave the virtual environment #Life #Technology #NewsTracker #Health #artificial intelligence #Virtual reality #psychological impact
Are you bored? Now there is a computer to tell you that!

Feb 26, 2016

Are you bored? Now there is a computer to tell you that!

Experts at the University of Sussex found that by measuring a person's movements as they use a computer, it is possible to judge their level of interest #artificial intelligence #computers #Computer #Body Language #FScience #University of Sussex
Infosys invests $4mn in Israeli startup CloudEndure

Dec 09, 2015

Infosys invests $4mn in Israeli startup CloudEndure

The Bangalore-based firm is actively scouting for companies working on innovative technologies. #Infosys #Business #CompanyWatch #artificial intelligence #Innovation fund #Internet Of Things #Cloud Migration #CloudEndure
Microsoft's Project Oxford gets emotional: A new tool can detect emotions in photos

Nov 12, 2015

Microsoft's Project Oxford gets emotional: A new tool can detect emotions in photos

The emotion tool can be used to create systems that recognize eight core emotional states – anger, contempt, fear, disgust, happiness, neutral, sadness or surprise – based on universal facial expressions that reflect those feelings. #Microsoft #artificial intelligence #Machine Learning #emotion #Project Oxford #face recognition
Sponsored: How IBM's Watson is not just transforming health, but also business

Nov 06, 2015

Sponsored: How IBM's Watson is not just transforming health, but also business

Sriram Raghavan, Head of Information and Analytics, IBM Research Lab delves into how Watson is being used and into the future of Watson as new AI techniques are applied to make Watson smarter than ever before. #IBM #analytics #artificial intelligence #Watson
Aikido: Vishal Sikka unveils new strategy for Infosys on Narayana Murthy's birthday

Aug 21, 2015

Aikido: Vishal Sikka unveils new strategy for Infosys on Narayana Murthy's birthday

Sikka has said the management's mission is to prepare the company for realising the aspirational goal of achieving $20 billion revenue by 2020 #Infosys #Innovation #artificial intelligence #services #Software as a service #Vishal Sikka #Design Thinking #AIkido
Av3ar: A 'made-in-India' AI system that can predict and solve IT issues

Jul 20, 2015

Av3ar: A 'made-in-India' AI system that can predict and solve IT issues

Av3ar has been designed with a built-in analytics engine capable of predicting and solving probable issues and breakdowns. #artificial intelligence #AI #CIOs #Enterprise IT #Perpetuuiti TechnoSoft #Av3ar
Google uses machine learning to help Gmail users get rid of spam

Jul 13, 2015

Google uses machine learning to help Gmail users get rid of spam

Google is launching Gmail Postmaster Tools that help qualified high-volume senders analyse their email, including data on delivery errors, spam reports, and reputation. #Google #Gmail #Spam #artificial intelligence #Machine Learning #Gmail Postmaster Tools