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    1. Are self-driving cars the future of mobility for disabled people?

      Are self-driving cars the future of mobility for disabled people?

      Are self-driving cars the future of mobility for disabled people? Self-driving cars present fundamentally new ways to think about transportation and accessibility Last Updated at October 9, 2017 08:46 IST email this article Type address separated by commas Your Email: Enter the characters shown in the image. Send me a copy: Photo: iSTOCK ALSO READ Man and machine must work together Self-driving cars are coming, but are we ready?

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    2. Artificial Intelligence is creating jobs, hardly stealing: Capgemini

      Artificial Intelligence is creating jobs, hardly stealing: Capgemini

      Type address separated by commas Your Email: Enter the characters shown in the image. Send me a copy: http://mybs.in/2UYl2R2 ALSO READ Artificial Intelligence poses both opportunities and threats GRAPHIC: All you need to know about Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence favours brands with a short tail: Rob Norman Facebook's artificial intelligence tool makes translation nine times faster Artificial intelligence and IT services About 9 out of 10 Indian companies say artificial intelligence (AI) has created new jobs, according to a study report by IT services and consulting firm Capgemini. Interestingly, 8 per cent of the 86 companies ...

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    3. Artificial intelligence to power Facebook translations

      Artificial intelligence to power Facebook translations

      Artificial intelligence to power Facebook translations With over two billion users, Facebook supports over 45 languages 53 http://mybs.in/2UXwrQq ALSO READ To improve the quality of translations on its platform, Facebook has infused artificial intelligence (AI) into its translation services that account for more than 2,000 translation directions and 4.5 billion translations each day. With over two billion users, Facebook supports over 45 languages.

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    4. Botnet campaign: Twitter deletes 90,000 fake accounts with female names

      Botnet campaign: Twitter deletes 90,000 fake accounts with female names

      Twitter ALSO READ Soon, new tool to tackle Twitter bots spreading fake news Violators may face permanent account suspension: Twitter on Abhijeet row Battling fake news Twitter tells its side of the story after deleting Abhijeet's account US govt drops order to unmask anti-Trump Twitter account After a US-based digital security company alerted Twitter about a massive botnet campaign promising online sex to its users, the micro-blogging website has removed nearly 90,000 such fake accounts.

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    5. NxtGen delivers infinite possibilities in AI development through launch of DevCloud

      NxtGen delivers infinite possibilities in AI development through launch of DevCloud

      India garnered nearly 55 percent of the global IT services market. However, changing market dynamics impose on the large software developer base, to improve their capabilities to continue to be relevant. Innovations using cutting-edge technologies will bring about the next wave of disruptions. When one disruptive technology fuels another, the possibilities are endless.

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    6. Twitter can detect riots faster than police: Study

      Twitter can detect riots faster than police: Study

      With people increasingly taking to the social media, especially Twitter, to report or update events, observations and occurrences, new research says the micro-blogging site can track and detect major disruptive events faster than the police. The study showed that computer systems using a series of machine-learning algorithms could automatically scan through tweets and detect serious incidents, such as breaking into a shop or setting cars alight, before they were reported to the police.

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    7. Twitter algorithm can detect riots faster than police, says study

      Twitter algorithm can detect riots faster than police, says study

      Twitter posts can help track riots and other violent events much before they are reported to the police, according to a study which shows that social media can be an invaluable source of information for law-enforcement officials.

      An analysis of data taken from the London riots in 2011 showed that computer systems could automatically scan through Twitter and detect serious incidents, such as shops being broken into and cars being set alight, before they were reported to the UK Metropolitan Police Service.

      The system, developed by researchers at Cardiff University in the UK, could also discern information about where the ...

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    8. New system detects sarcasm on social media

      New system detects sarcasm on social media

      Scientists have developed a new system that can detect sarcasm in social media posts, and interpret it for people with autism and Asperger's syndrome who have difficulty understanding such statements.

      "There are a lot of systems designed to identify sarcasm, but this is the first that is able to interpret sarcasm in written text," said Lotam Peled, graduate student at Technion- Israel Institute of Technology.

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    9. Researchers develop system to detect sarcasm on social media

      Researchers develop system to detect sarcasm on social media

      To help people with autism, who often have difficulty interpreting sarcasm, irony and humour, researchers have developed a system for interpreting sarcastic statements posted on social media. "There are a lot of systems designed to identify sarcasm, but this is the first that is able to interpret sarcasm in written text," said Lotam Peled from Technion -- Israel Institute of Technology.

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    10. Need to establish legal infrastructure for India to take lead in AI field: Study

      Need to establish legal infrastructure for India to take lead in AI field: Study

      Developing an ecosystem fostering innovation imperative India should take lead in establishing a legal infrastructure on the application of artificial intelligence (AI) to become a frontrunner, suggested a recent ASSOCHAM-PwC joint study. The jointly conducted study by ASSOCHAM-PwC highlighted how an early public sector interest could trigger a spurt of activity in the AI field in India, instead of waiting for technology to reach a level where regulatory intervention becomes necessary.

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    11. NIIT University addresses IT industry's urgent need for next gen digitally skilled engineers

      NIIT University addresses IT industry's urgent need for next gen digitally skilled engineers

      Established with a vision to be the role model of learning, research, innovation and sustainability for the knowledge society, the not-for-profit NIIT University (NU), has introduced pioneering digital transformation technologies in its curriculum. Towards this, NU has introduced B. Tech Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) program with an emphasis on digital transformation technologies, to rise-up to the urgent need faced by the IT industry for Next Gen digitally skilled engineers. The new B.

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    12. Infosys launches integrated AI platform to boost digital tech services News

      Infosys launches integrated AI platform to boost digital tech services News

      Infosys has introduced a next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) platform, Nia, to strengthen its digital technology-based services. Nia builds on Mana, the first AI platform introduced by the software services major last year. It also includes the robotic process automation capabilities of AssistEdge, another Infosys solution. The integrated platform will add a layer of forecasting in businesses across the sector, be it demand in manufacturing or risk-profiling.

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    13. Infosys advances after launching new product

      Infosys advances after launching new product

      Infosys rose 0.65% to 920 at 9:25 IST on BSE after the company announced that it has launched Infosys Nia-the next generation integrated artificial intelligence platform. The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 26 April 2017. Meanwhile, the S&P BSE Sensex was down 29.62 points, or 0.1% to 30,125.53. On the BSE, 6,429 shares were traded in the counter so far, compared with average daily volumes of 2.62 lakh shares in the past one quarter.

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    14. Speech for the President on the first convocation of the English

      Speech for the President on the first convocation of the English

      Speech for the President on the first convocation of the English and Foreign Languages University Hyderabad on 26.04.2017

      It is indeed a pleasure to be here today for the first convocation of the English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU). It is a young university although with a rich history of teaching and teacher training since its inception as the Central Institute of English, which was established as part of the vision of our first Prime Minister, Pandit Nehru for new India in 1958 and later as Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages in 1972. 2 Regional campuses ...

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    15. Google introduces new machine-learning products for Indian languages

      Google introduces new machine-learning products for Indian languages

      Aiming to bring a billion people online and make the web more useful for them, Google India on Tuesday unveiled new products on advancement in machine learning for Indian languages. Google also announced that the neural machine translation is now available for nine Indian languages -- Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. "Google wants to extend internet for every Indian. We have identified gaps that bar Indians from accessing the internet.

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    16. Google introduces machine-learning products for nine Indian languages

      Google introduces machine-learning products for nine Indian languages

      Aiming to bring a billion people online and make the web more useful for them, Google India on Tuesday unveiled new products on advancement in machine learning for Indian languages. Google also announced that the neural machine translation is now available for nine Indian languages -- Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. " Google wants to extend the internet for every Indian. We have identified gaps that bar Indians from accessing the internet.

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    17. Google set to deploy next-gen machine learning for Indian languages

      Google set to deploy next-gen machine learning for Indian languages

      Aiming to bring a billion people online and make the web more useful for them, Google India is slated to unveil new products on advancement in machine learning for the Indian languages, the company said on Friday. In an event to be organised here on April 25, Google will also share findings from a new report by Google and KPMG India, titled "Indian Languages-Defining India's Internet".

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