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    1. Do We Need A Chatbot? - Transforming the Human-Machine Interaction

      Do We Need A Chatbot? - Transforming the Human-Machine Interaction

      Do We Need A Chatbot? Transforming the Human-Machine Interaction By Sameet Gupte, Servion Global Solutions Ever since mobile messaging applications exploded onto the scene a few years ago, the hype around customer experience automation – using chatbots – has been gaining steady momentum. It has been garnering broader appeal, along with the growing reliance on digital conversations.

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      Mentions: Gartner Research
    2. Xerox ConnectKey Technology is Making Printers Smarter: Balaji Rajagopalan

      Xerox ConnectKey Technology is Making Printers Smarter: Balaji Rajagopalan

      No comments Xerox ConnectKey Technology is Making Printers Smarter: Balaji Rajagopalan In an exclusive interaction with Dataquest, Balaji Rajagopalan, Executive Director- Technology, Channels & International Distributor Operations, Xerox India, talks about the launch of ConnectKey enabled printers and how Xerox ConnectKey Technology is making printers smarter. Excerpts: Can you please tell us about the launch of Connectkey enabled printers? How will this help your client?

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      Mentions: India Xerox McAfee
    3. We Are Experimenting With Speech Recognition and Other AI Techniques: OYO

      We Are Experimenting With Speech Recognition and Other AI Techniques: OYO

      No comments We Are Experimenting With Speech Recognition and Other AI Techniques To Improve Guest Experience: OYO In an exclusive interaction with Dataquest, Anurag Garg, VP – Product, OYO talks about the OYO app, the IT initiative that impacted the company’s business, Data Analytics and AI. Excerpts: The gradual progression of OYO has been app-driven. What changes have come in the app itself and the entire ecosystem of consumers and hotel partners?

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      Mentions: IoT
    4. Data Analytics to Set Shipping Industry on a New Voyage

      Data Analytics to Set Shipping Industry on a New Voyage

      Data Analytics to Set Shipping Industry on a New Voyage By: Aditya Gandhi, Director- Technology, Sapient Global Markets Connected Data is the new fuel to propel the growth of shipping industry Over the years, technological advancements has led to success of many industries like BFSI, healthcare, transportation, retail etc. This has diverted cost benefits to other connected industries and resulted in turning the market more competitive and transparent.

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      Mentions: India Bfsi
    5. Artificial Intelligence Has Undeniable Potential in India

      Artificial Intelligence Has Undeniable Potential in India

      Artificial Intelligence Has Undeniable Potential in India AI is the wave which will push this generation towards the next industrial revolution Artificial Intelligence is the future of all humankind. It can reduce cost and increase efficiency at the same time. Today humans know more than they can tell. Prior to Artificial Intelligence, we were unable to articulate our own knowledge which means that we could not automate many tasks that we can do now.

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      Mentions: India Healthcare
    6. Capital One DataLabs India hosted their 2nd Annual Machine Learning SummitDATAQUEST

      Capital One DataLabs India hosted their 2nd Annual Machine Learning SummitDATAQUEST

      No comments Capital One DataLabs India hosted their 2nd Annual Machine Learning Summit Capital One DataLabs India hosted their 2nd Annual Machine Learning Summit in Bangalore on 31st August 2017. The country’s top academicians and practitioners gathered at the Summit to discuss cutting edge research and applications of Algorithms, Tools, and Platforms in the Machine Learning area.

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    7. Artificial Intelligence – A Shift From Traditional to Intelligent ExperiencesDATAQUEST

      Artificial Intelligence – A Shift From Traditional to Intelligent ExperiencesDATAQUEST

      Artificial Intelligence – A Shift From Traditional to Intelligent Experiences By: Ashwin Ramachandra, VP and Head, Product Engineering Services, Sasken Technologies The concept of artificial intelligence has been around for decades and has considerably improved. The term AI was coined by John McCarthy in 1956 with a goal to develop machines that are intelligent and are useful in the real world scenario.

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      Mentions: Amazon Apple Google
    8. Nano Degree Program Bridging the Educational and Skills Gap in IT IndustryDATAQUEST

      Nano Degree Program Bridging the Educational and Skills Gap in IT Industry The company offers intelligent tech courses like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Self-Driving, Deep Learning etc Many new skills like automation and AI are becoming the need of the hour for both professionals and students. People are constantly looking at upskilling themselves in order to compete in the industry.

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    9. Intel India Eyes AI Opportunities, Plans to Develop Ecosystem - At Intel AI Day, the company deep dived into its global AI strategy, and highlighted how it is working with the ecosystem in India to improve solution performances on Intel’s AI platforms.

      Intel India Eyes AI Opportunities, Plans to Develop Ecosystem - At Intel AI Day, the company deep dived into its global AI strategy, and highlighted how it is working with the ecosystem in India to improve solution performances on Intel’s AI platforms.

      No comments Intel India Eyes AI Opportunities, Plans to Develop Ecosystem At Intel AI Day, the company deep dived into its global AI strategy, and highlighted how it is working with the ecosystem in India to improve solution performances on Intel’s AI platforms. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the cutting edge in technology. It is fast getting mainstream and coming out of the confines of science fiction.

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      Mentions: India Intel Google
    10. Google launches Indian Language support across products to make the web more inclusive

      Google launches Indian Language support across products to make the web more inclusive

      No comments Google launches Indian Language support across products to make the web more inclusive Continuing with its commitment to bring the internet alive for a billion Indians, Google today announced a new set of products and features for Indian languages to better serve the needs of Indians who are coming online rapidly and released findings of a joint report by Google and KPMG India titled “Indian Languages – Defining India’s Internet”.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    11. [24]7 leads enterprise chatbot market with more than 160 organizations using virtual agents

      [24]7 leads enterprise chatbot market with more than 160 organizations using virtual agents

      No comments [24]7 leads enterprise chatbot market with more than 160 organizations using virtual agents [24]7, the intent-driven customer engagement solutions, has announced that its intelligent chatbot technology, [24]7 Virtual Agent, leads the market with more than 500 intelligent chatbot deployments, across a range of industries including banking, healthcare, insurance, retail, telecom, travel and utilities.

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    12. “OYO Goes Digital with CRM to Enhance User experience”

      “OYO Goes Digital with CRM to Enhance User experience”

      No comments “OYO Goes Digital with CRM to Enhance User experience” OYO Rooms has in a very short time emerged as India’s leading branded network of hotels offering standardized stay experiences at a competitive price. Millions of web and mobile visitors every month turn to OYO to book a room at more than 7000 hotels in 200+ cities. OYO has raised over $180mn from Softbank, Sequoia, and Lightspeed. The company has grown rapidly beating several challenges.

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    13. IBM delivers Watson for Cyber Security to power cognitive Security Operations Centers

      IBM delivers Watson for Cyber Security to power cognitive Security Operations Centers

      No comments IBM delivers Watson for Cyber Security to power cognitive Security Operations Centers IBM Security announced the availability of Watson for Cyber Security, the industry’s first augmented intelligence technology designed to power cognitive security operations centers (SOCs). Over the past year, Watson has been trained on the language of cyber security, ingesting over 1 million security documents.

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