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Aug 15, 2018
This AI software from DeepMind can detect eye diseases as well as a doctorThe AI can currently identify 50 unique eye-defects, with an accuracy of nearly 95%.
Aug 14, 2018
Intel AI DevCon: India can play a crucial role in the development of AIThe sheer diversity presented by India gives AI models a variety of data sets to work with.
Aug 13, 2018
Don't fear job loss; new-age technologies will not remove humans from workspace, say expertsWhile technologies will eliminate some jobs, it will also create some jobs that will support the "automation economy".
Aug 12, 2018
MIT researchers develop AI model to make brain cancer treatment less toxicThe findings will be presented at the 2018 Machine Learning for Healthcare conference at Stanford University in California, US.
Aug 08, 2018
Firefox is testing a new ‘Advance’ extension for a more intuitive web experienceAdvance analyzes content you have been interacting with in order to provide recommendations.
Jul 31, 2018
Robot learns life-like moves from simulation without being programmed toThe robot hand was able to overcome what OpenAI researchers have called the “reality gap” between a virtual simulation and performing physical tasks
Jul 25, 2018
Google testing a machine-learning based 'grammar suggestions' feature for DocsGoogle says the new tool will underline and highlight probable grammar issues with a blue line.
Jul 20, 2018
Siri's last co-founder Tom Gruber, head of search Vipul Prakash quit AppleExecutives Vipul Ved Prakash and Tom Gruber have quit Apple amidst leadership reshuffle.
Jul 19, 2018
Top IIT, IIM graduates get over 100% higher salaries than other college graduates, reveals reportIn IITs, computer science or information technology graduates are receiving the highest annual package of Rs 6.9 lakh per annum,
Jul 18, 2018
How Artificial Intelligence is going to disrupt the sports viewing experienceWith technology itself undergoing transformations, new and disruptive ones are emerging frequently.