Current patent laws are inadequate for Artificial Intelligence-related Intellectual Property: Report
“Current patent laws treat Artificial Intelligence software inventions as logical algorithms implemented on the computer. While patent eligibility of algorithms is valid, there is little about how to deal with inventions that are heuristic in nature,” the report found.
Samsung introduces 'The Wall' with AI picture quality in India, priced at Rs 3.5 cr
Its displays come in 3 ratios - 146-inch in 4K, 219-inch ...
McAfee Labs threat predictions 2020
Cybercriminals are increasing the complexity and volume of their attacks and campaigns, looking for ways ...
Oppo takes startup route to build local services; says filed 5G patents from India
The handset maker had recently inked agreements with Telangana and Kerala state governments to develop and support start-ups and entrepreneurs working in areas specific to image processing, battery, 5G networks, payments, Artificial Intelligence, and gaming.
Geospatial industry leaders seek integrated geospatial policy under PMO-led agency
At present, India has as many as 17 national-level geospatial policies and rules (four in draft stage) under six ministries/departments. There are no clear guidelines on data sharing between various ministries and their departments. When a department gathers data for its own use, it doesn’t share the information with another arm of the government.
Udacity plans to double headcount in India
Silicon Valley-based learning platform Udacity on Monday said it plans to double the headcount at its New Delhi office to support its growing student and enterprise client base in India.
Apple celebrates best games & apps of the year at NYC event; iPhone's Spectre Camera declared winner
On MacBook, Serif Labs's Affinity Publisher was named app of the year.
Kotak Mahindra, Axis Bank to recruit 5,000 fresh grads
Two of the country’s largest private sector banks said they will hire a total of about 5,000 fresh graduates, with a greater emphasis on tech talent.
ET Q&A: India must commit to AI, next frontier of wealth creation, says Vijay Govindarajan
In an interview to Rica Bhattacharya, Govindarajan, author of “Three Box Solution” and “The Three-Box Solution Playbook” speaks about the innovation opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for India.
Brush your teeth not twice, but thrice a day: Experts say it may help cut heart failure risk by 12%
Poor oral hygiene leads to bacteria in the blood, causing inflammation in the body
Intel plans to add over 1000 people at new Hyderabad unit
Intel’s Hyderabad facility, which employs 400 people with emerging technology skills is set to hire more than 1000 employees to foster entrepreneurship and a research mindset. Employees at the new facility will focus on critical global products and technologies across next generation SoCs, graphics, hardware platforms and software.
SC proposes to introduce system of artificial intelligence, says CJI
Justice Bobde said that the Indian Constitution is reflective of a fine balance of blending diversity with unity, plurality with stability, pragmatism with idealism, formality with adaptability, liberty with security and all within a framework carefully designed to safeguard the basic freedoms.
IT services, tech startups put India on route to AI: ETILC
For artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to run on big data, Indian companies require technology that will digitise and store data. Industry is now increasingly adopting this infrastructure. Since legacy systems are slow to change, they are the laggards.
China introduces mandatory face scans for phone users
In September, China's industry and information technology ministry issued a notice on "safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of citizens online", which laid out rules for enforcing real-name registration. The notice said telecom operators should use "AI and other technical means" to verify people's identities when they take a new phone number.
View: Recession door ast?
We can quibble over the definition of a recession and take satisfaction in the fact that India is far away, still, from two consecutive quarters of negative growth. Recession door ast. Or we can try and do something to reverse the slowdown. India needs proactive policy a little beyond waiting for the inevitable turn of the business cycle.
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