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.
Intel plans to add over 1000 people at new Hyderabad unit
Intel’s Hyderabad facility, which employs 400 people with emerging technology skill...
IT services, tech startups put India on route to AI: ETILC
For artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to run on big data, In...
Only machines do the talking at Federal Bank hiring process now
FedRecruit relies on a series of connected events or data points and goes beyond the conventional one-sided resume to construct a 360-degree narrative of the candidate. These data points are gathered through multiple stages--robotic interviews, psychometric and game-based assessments processes etc., Federal Bank HR chief Ajith Kumar KK said.
Vinod Khosla’s son adds a funny spin to ‘Is there a doctor onboard?’ meme
Neal Khosla, son of the Sun Microsystems founder, also tagged his father in the joke.
ESG has a 3D impact in a 2D risk-return world: Margaret Franklin
Future of investment is a combination of AI plus HI - artificial intelligence plus human intelligence.
Internet companies prepare to fight the ‘Deepfake’ future
For internet companies like Google, finding the tools to spot deepfakes has gained urgency. If someone wants to spread a fake video far and wide, Google’s YouTube or Facebook’s social media platforms would be great places to do it.
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.
Supreme Court's AGR ruling will lead to telecom sector's collapse: FICCI to FM
FICCI in a letter to Nirmala Sitharaman seeking her urgent intervention to resolve woes in the telecom sector said the debt-ridden industry has no appetite left to invest in networks and future technologies while businesses across the world are exploring new opportunities around emerging technologies like 5G, AI and internet of things.
Govt to bring tax refund scheme for exporters before Cabinet
Commerce and Industry minister Piyush Goyal informed Rajya Sabha that the government would soon bring the tax refund scheme for exporters before the Union Cabinet and would notify it. He further added that the govt is also engaged in codifying various laws relating to labour into a far more crisper, well defined, easy to navigate & understand set of labour codes.
Artificial intelligence isn’t ready to take fund manager jobs yet
Artificial intelligence has penetrated almost every area of our lives, from online customer support to facial recognition to self-driving cars
Is it mania or depression? This AI-backed app can diagnose mental health problems
The app also gives them a series of touch-and-swipe motor skills tests.
Suffering from heart trouble? This AI tool can predict life expectancy
Study suggests that AI tools can predict life expectancy of heart patients.
Companies using tech to move Fast Moving Consumer Goods faster
FMCG companies are using technology to revamp their supply chain and distribution networks. While some technology development is taking place internally, many firms are working with startups too, writes Priyanka Sangani
Top 5 IT firms’ hiring jumps 18% in first half
The five software services providers hired over 64,332 employees in the six months to September, compared to 54,642 people in the same period last year, according to an ET analysis of employee hiring at these companies. The digital business contributes to over a third of revenue for most IT companies.
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