Data Science News
Microsoft launches 'Explore Space' data science, AI modules inspired by Netflix's 'Over the Moon'
Learners will get a chance to use data to plan lunar missions, predict meteor showers and analyse images using AI.
IIT-Madras launches BSc degree in programming and data science as 'world's first online diploma'; offers admission without JEE
The programme in IIT Madras was launched by Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal and Minister of State for HRD Sanjay Dhotre.
IIT-Madras launches online diploma, BSc in data science and programming; course open to those who have passed Class 12
IIT-Madras has launched an online course on data science and programming with the option to exit at three levels — foundation, BSc degree and diploma
Shiprocket raises $13 mn from Tribe Capital, Innoven Capital, Bertelsmann India Investments
Launched by Bigfoot Retail Solutions in 2017, Shiprocket turned profitable in 2018-19 with an annualised revenue run rate between $25-30 million.
Swiggy co-founder Rahul Jaimini quits after 6 years but to continue as board member; to join edutech platform
Jaimini will be joining Pesto Tech, a career accelerator start-up, as their co-founder, Swiggy said in a statement.
Hike to leverage natural language processing, AI and ML for improving multi-lingual chat experience
"Stickers have been at the core of Hike for many years now, and just like the landscape we operate in, it has evolved rapidly"
Salesforce buys out big data analytics firm Tableau Software Inc for $15.3 bn
Salesforce’s biggest deal ever comes days after Google bought big-data analytics company Looker for $2.6 billion.
MIT announces a $1 bn AI college for responsible, ethical use of the technology
MIT will create an interdisciplinary hub for work in computer science, AI, data science, and more.
Over 50,000 positions in the fields of data science, ML vacant, says report
The report found that despite the rise in interest in data science there's a lack of skilled professionals.
AI explainability and causal inference are necessary for AI adoption
Automated decision-making systems are both producers and consumers of data.
Top IIT, IIM graduates get over 100% higher salaries than other college graduates, reveals report
In IITs, computer science or information technology graduates are receiving the highest annual package of Rs 6.9 lakh per annum,
Using cognitive insights to navigate and extract value from the sea of data will give your organisation a competitive advantage
Instead of the overwhelming fear of “drowning in data” educational institutions can then swim with confidence and be in control as they use cognitive insights to navigate a new course
Aegis will host the second Data Science Congress from 29 May to 1 June at Navi Mumbai
Aegis School of Business, Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecom is hosting its second Data Science Congress with focus on Analytics, Big Data and more.
Karnataka partners with NASSCOM to launch a Centre of Excellence for data science and artificial intelligence
Nasscom President said the centre will position India as a disruptor in the space and the IT body will evangelise such a programme across the country.
Audi to host third edition of its autonomous driving cup; offers winners placements and internships
Audi's main objective here is to see which model car can complete a lap of Audi's test course, which includes achieving maneuvers in the quickest of times.
How NoBroker uses data science and machine learning to help users identify suitable properties
The machine learning algorithms basically bring about a kind of equilibrium between the demand and supply side of the market.
Thinking beyond Titan: Amazon needs to take Indian crafts, textiles and artisan goods worldwide
The Jeff Bezos-led US giant is now trying to help India’s own Titan brand of watches sell across the world through its global selling programme.
Consumer goods companies have the potential to unlock $2.95 trillion in next one decade
According to the report over the next one decade, retailers and consumer goods companies have the potential to unlock $2.95 trillion for the industry.
IBM to hold roadshows in India to engage with developers on AI, machine learning and IoT
IBM is conducting roadshows in three cities of Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad from 28 June to 1 July.
Professionals with big data and machine learning skills get paid the best salaries in Mumbai
It's not the Silicon Valley of India but companies in the financial capital that are paying fat salaries to those with big data and machine learning skills.