IIT Kharagpur researchers evolve AI-aided method to automate reading of legal judgements
A research team at the institute's Department of Computer Science and Engineering has developed two deep neural models to understand the rhetorical roles of sentences in a legal case judgement, an IIT KGP statement said here.
Wipro announces $150 million second venture fund
Buoyed by the success of its first $100 million fund launched in 2015, Wipro Ventures would ...
Good companies can easily raise money in tough times: Curefit cofounder Mukesh Bansal
In an interview with ET, Mukesh Bansal - a serial entre...
IIT Madras alumni donates Rs 1 crore for robotics research laboratory
“Alumni have made a big difference to several of our research and teaching initiatives at IIT Madras. This interdisciplinary lab on robotics will help train several generations of students for our emerging high tech workforce,” said Mahesh Panchagnula, dean (International and Alumni Relations) at IIT Madras.
Nordic countries are the new hotspot for Indian IT
The Nordic countries — Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland — are largely English speaking, which removes the language barrier that exists in some other countries within continental Europe.
Automation, AI continue to offer rich promises to Indian IT companies
The advent of new technology paradigms like robotics, AI, blockchain and IoT is changing how companies and individuals consume technology and for the Indian businesses to remain successful, an update to the technology of tomorrow, today will be needed, Nasscom Senior VP and Chief Strategy Officer Sangeeta Gupta said.
True automation, a bigger streaming revolution: Tech that will take over our lives this year
5G is expected to take center stage as one of the most important topics at CES.
Share market update: BSE Capital Goods index up; Finolex Cables rises 2%
The S&P BSE Capital Goods index was trading 0.48 per cent up at 17,115.
What will technology jobs look like a decade from now?
Individuals will need to upskill to ensure career longevity even as automation takes over certain jobs. Careers in vogue right now may not even exist a decade later. Blockchain, cryptocurrency, robotics and autonomous vehicles —all emerging technologies — will become mainstream over the next decade, requiring thousands of specialists.
DGCA launches phase 1 services of e-Governance project, automates issuance of CPL
Aviation regulator DGCA on Monday launched the phase-1 services of the e-Governance (eGCA) project under which issuance of commercial pilot licence (CPL) has been automated.
Going forward, partners like IBM will 'keep the lights on': IBM India General Manager
"We believe in a multi –cloud workload and that the world is going to go very strongly on open source and our entire strategy and aligning with Redhat in the recent acquisition that we did was to ensure that the world gets to open source and more importantly enables scalability and faster adoption around enterprise open source using Redhat," said Lingraju.
Driving for ages? Automated licence tests may puncture your confidence
Even experienced drivers applying for renewal of their licences are facing difficulties at the transport department’s automated test centres. Apart from the dreaded ‘reverse S’, the reverse parallel parking gives the most grief to applicants during automated tests.
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.
Global talent crunch hits record high, 54% companies globally face talent shortage
According to the research, 54 per cent of companies reported skill shortages with businesses in 36 out of 44 countries finding it more difficult to attract skilled talent than in 2018. Employers in the US (69 per cent), Mexico (52 per cent), Italy (47 per cent) and Spain (41 per cent) reported the most acute shortages.
IBM hears voice of mid-market as telcos pause
The strategy is to identify the top two-three players in datarich sectors such as banking, telecom, retail, and government and then invest towards building large-scale data platforms that use AI. IBM is also seeing high growth in its Cloud and cognitive businesses, which include portfolios such as security, AI and the internet of things.
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