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14 million jobs to vanish in next 5 years, says WEF report: Why India remains a bright spot
According to a World Economic Forum report, over a quarter of all occupations will shift over the next five years as a result of AI and digitisation. However, India's corporate sector is confident in its ability to create and maintain jobs
AI Mind Hunter: Researchers make AI bot that can read your mind and draw 80% accurate images
Researchers from Osaka University have made a new AI bot that can read minds and then draw them using Dall-E 2 and Stable Diffusion, The sketches are up to 80 per cent accurate. The bot uses fMRI scans to "see" what a subject is thinking or visualising.
Tech Tonic: Expected technology trends in the year 2023
CEOs' perspectives have changed, and they are moving towards creating technology applications leading to smarter living, hyper-localization and customized experiences, coupled with sustainable models, focusing on people, resources, and optimum utilisation
From self-driving cars, to bots that serve us ads, AI is everywhere and growing. Lawmakers need to step up
While AI grows and develops swiftly, lawmakers are still just starting to think on how to regulate it. EU and American lawmakers may have very different approaches, but they all agree, that the scope to define AI needs to be as vaguely broad as possible.
Twitter is leaning too much on machine-based content moderation. Here’s why this is problematic
Twitter is relying heavily on machine-based content moderation and “trusted” users for its content moderation. Elon Musk needs to realise that content moderation on any social media platform needs humans to function properly.
RBI plans to use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to analyse data, improve supervision of banks
The central bank has floated an expression of interest (EoI) for engaging consultants in the use of Advanced Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for generating supervisory inputs
How FMCG brands leveraging data for targeting in a cookie-less world
To truly capture the customer’s attention, brands need to understand they cannot proceed with a one-size-fits-all, mass-blast strategies
4 ways AI can improve human customer experience
AI has been proven to change dynamically the way customer experience is perceived
How AI and Machine Learning are bringing price transparency to the Indian Real Estate sector
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are shaping up to be the most practical tools in real estate for property valuation, trend analysis, and price forecasting. We see how both of these technologies are creating a major paradigm shift in the industry.
Smartphone penetration empowers farmers with a splash of technology
Until 2003, 60 per cent of the Indian farmers complained about having no access to information or modern technology, leading to unforeseen losses
Chinese researchers claim to have made AI systems that can ‘read minds,’ could be used to test loyalty to CCP
A group of Chinese researchers claim that they have developed AI and ML systems that can read minds and test loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party. This is yet another step taken by the CCP to monitor and control their citizens in China and other occupied areas.
Explained: What is ARYABHAT-1, Developed-In-India chipsets that help AI apps run better and faster
A group of researchers at the IISc have developed a new framework for analogue chipsets that would allow AI and ML-based applications to run much faster and in an efficient manner. The researchers have named the new framework ARYABHAT.
IIT Madras researchers successfully develop and deploy an AI-based tool to diagnose cancer
A group of researchers at IIT Madras have developed an AI-based tool that detects cancer. Using the new tool, doctors will not only be able to detect cancer at much earlier stages, but they will also be able to create personalised treatment strategies, that work in a better manner.
Rise of creator economy and why India needs a new skilling paradigm
There is more to learn and explore when it comes to restructuring the current skilling revolution
Google Translate adds 24 new languages including Bhojpuri, Assamese, Sanskrit, Maithili and many more
With the addition of languages like Assamese, Bhojpuri, Mizo, Kurdish etc. Google Translate now supports 133 languages.
Google is working on a new tech that can read your body language without using cameras
One of the biggest concerns for household automation systems has been the supposed lack of privacy. To counter that, Google is working on a new system that can read body language and movements, without a camera.
How technology has created new avenues for digital financial inclusion
The number of active internet users in India is expected to increase by 45 per cent in the next five years and touch 900 million by 2025 from around 622 million in 2020
Meet DALL-E, The AI “Artist” That Can Literally Generate Paintings & Photos Worth Millions
The AI System, which is also being called an "artist" DALL-E, is capable of generating some realistic looking paintings and photos, based on text prompts.
Why businesses need expert consultancy now more than ever
More than 60 percent organisations don’t even bother to measure the annual financial cost of poor quality data
Machine learning, satellite imagery used to track movement of disease-carrying mosquitoes
The tools could potentially help identify methods of keeping mosquito population small enough to prevent disease transmission.