Giving tech to wheels: How Technology is transforming the logistics sector
The industry — over 80% of India’s goods travel by road — is estimated to be worth $215 billion by 2020, growing at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate of over 10%, according to the government’s 2017-18 Economic Survey.
Realme X2 with fourth-gen AI engine launched in India at Rs 16,999 onwards
The tech giant also unveiled its first true wireless earphones at ...
SIS will continue to deliver over 20% return on equity: Rituraj Sinha
On an average, SIS has added 1,800 new jobs each month between April an...
Use of cloud tech in education can increase productivity, says Prasad Rai, Vice President, Oracle India
Colleges and universities can leverage AI to alleviate many of the technology administrative activities as well as to take over mundane tasks. AI has the potential to deliver a personalized learning path, personalizing the student experience to improve student outcomes with virtual academic advisors and tutors.
Government approves Rs 436 crore outlay for skilling 4 lakh persons
Indian IT giants have been investing over Rs 1,000 crore per year to address the reskilling and upskilling requirements of their employees, given the magnitude of the challenge.
Samsung sets up innovation lab at IIT Guwahati
"The Samsung Innovation Lab at IIT Guwahati will train students on IoT, Embedded Systems, AI and ML, helping them learn industry-relevant skills and making them job-ready," a statement said. Through this partnership with IIT Guwahati, the academy targets to train over 300 students in the next three years on these cutting-edge technologies, it added.
Xiaomi launching disrupting IoT products in India in 2020: Manu Jain
Xiaomi's arch rival, Madhav Sheth-led Realme, has revealed plans to become a tech-lifestyle company in India next year, with introducing a bouquet of IoT products. Others are following suit too. Xiaomi has already shared how its AIoT (AI+IoT) dual strategy is going to shape its product vision.
IIT Guwahati gets Samsung Digital Academy
The curriculum at the Samsung Innovation Lab at IIT Guwahati will include Internet of Things (IoT), Embedded Systems (ES), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). The students will be trained on these industry-relevant skills in order to make them job-ready. The 14-week long course will be taught through classroom lectures, assignments and lab room sessions, self-study and mini-projects.
Next season: Government plans hi-tech crop assessment
“First we will integrate the new age technology with the age-old method of crop cutting experiments (CCE) used to assess crop losses. Gradually we will replace it,” a senior agriculture department official, who is directly involved in the government’s crop insurance scheme, told ET on condition of anonymity.
TCL to enter AC market in India next month
This comes after the company consolidated its presence in the television market in India having grown sales by 281% this year till now. TCL’s up-coming India plant, built at an outlay of Rs 2470 crore, will be fully operational by the third quarter of 2020, said Chen.
Mining automation project furthers Indo-Russian energy partnership
Thriveni Earthmovers Private Limited (Thriveni) operates the NTPC’s flagship Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Project (PBCMP) in Jharkhand. Thriveni has awarded Zyfra the contract to implement its Intelligent Mine solution at PBCMP.
Educational institutes gear up for new-age skills
In the pre-disruption era, there were broadly two categories of skills required by industry — a band of specialized industry or domain knowledge, and a wide range of more traditional skills suited to a generalist work profile. This scenario has changed irrevocably. As per a WEF report, generalists have shrunk in demand and this trend will continue.
Ahead of Beethoven's 250th birth anniversary, AI adds final notes to incomplete Tenth Symphony
Before his death in 1827, Beethoven had left behind a few scribbled notes in his notebook.
Personal Data Protection Bill: India’s digital safety kit
PDPB will serve as a model for ensuring that Indian citizens have autonomy in the digital economy.
Step aside, humans: IBM develops bot that generates real-time commentary on football matches
The commentary is full of insights and witticisms.
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