Artificial intelligence for the win: New AI tool can predict gestational diabetes risk before pregnancy
Gestational diabetes is characterised by high blood sugar levels which occur during pregnancy in women
IIT Kharagpur researchers evolve AI-aided method to automate reading of legal judgements
A research team at the institute's Department of Com...
What ails India's pharmaceutical sector?
Unlike mature markets such as the US, where drug prices are market-controlled, here, the government ...
IIT Kharagpur develops AI system to read legal judgments
A team of researchers at the premier engineering institute’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering used a novel method to automate the reading of a legal document by using a more evolved Machine Learning technique.
Wipro announces $150 million second venture fund
Buoyed by the success of its first $100 million fund launched in 2015, Wipro Ventures would continue to invest in early to mid-stage companies building innovative enterprise software solutions across key areas, including cybersecurity, application development, analytics, cloud infrastructure, test automation, and artificial intelligence, said the company.
Geospatial data will emerge as a key differentiator for businesses: CSS Corp's Manish Tandon
Geospatial technologies can use the power of IoT and analytics to provide real-time insights to manage basic amenities such as power and streamlining postal operations. This form of data combined with market intelligence, demographics, and operational data can be used for building marketing networks, creating telecom infrastructure, or scheduling healthcare visits in smart cities.
Cos likely to extensively use AI to deal with cyberattacks, says study
The study titled 'Cyber Security India Market: What lies beneath' also notes that the regulatory landscape for privacy and data protection is expected to reach a tipping point in 2020, forcing Indian organisations to comply with not only global regulations but also with the proposed law on personal data protection, the Aadhaar Act.
Need India-specific data to properly implement facial recognition tech: Infosys co-founder
As India plans to roll out a nationwide facial recognition system this year, Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan believes that the country must develop its own databases for efficient implementation.
At Alibaba's FlyZoo futuristic hotel, robots run the show
Alibaba’s FlyZoo hotel with its range of AI intelligent services in the 290-room property in Hangzhou will transcend you into a world where ...
Humans vs bots: Korean firms use AI in hiring, can read faces to figure out what's fake
Preparing for such tests doesn't necessarily involve memorising answers.
Artificial Intelligence research hub to come up in Hyderabad
Under another MoU, the NVIDIA will partner with the state government to setup a High Performance AI Computing (HPAIC) Centre. They will also assist in startup incubation, and host AI training sessions to support women and minority groups, officials said.
Startups: Waiting for regulatory relief
Entrepreneurs want a stable policy environment, a longer time horizon to carry forward losses and to pay taxes on ESOPs only during sale. To raise funds, startups tend to approach a large number of venture funds – sometimes up to 400. However, under Section 42 of the Companies Act, if a startup sends information to more than 200 investors, it is deemed to be a public company.
CJI mulls AI-system to avoid undue delay in justice delivery
Justice Bobde also pitched for pre-litigation mediation against the backdrop of large number of pending cases in courts, observing that it is the need of the hour.
Slump to hit increments but hot skills to command a premium
“The skill differentiation and the performance differentiation will be almost equal in terms of increments paid out,” said Anandorup Ghose, a partner at Deloitte. “There may be someone with a particular kind of machine learning skill who hasn’t had a great output this year.
Facebook renews policies, bans deepfake videos ahead of US elections; satirical content exempted
Facebook gave no indication on the number of people assigned to the task.
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