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    1. Detect Plagiarism With the Help of This Friendly AI Bot

      Detect Plagiarism With the Help of This Friendly AI Bot

      Detect Plagiarism With the Help of This Friendly AI Bot Kirsten Akens, Gawker Media Aug 11, 2017, 03.06 AM IST Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Linkedin Reddit The next literary hit to bear the same name as Jane Austen's 200-year-old masterpiece Emma isn't a book at all, but a thoroughly modern AI. This Emma - formally Emma Identity - the creation of computer science professor Aleksandr Marchenko, is the world's first publicly available authorship identification web app .

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    2. Zuckerberg Has 'Limited' Understanding Of AI: Elon Musk

      Zuckerberg Has 'Limited' Understanding Of AI: Elon Musk

      Zuckerberg , saying the Internet entrepreneur's understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) is 'limited'. "I've talked to Mark about this (AI). His understanding of the subject is limited," Musk tweeted on Monday. The tweet came after Zuckerberg, during a Facebook livestream last week, castigated Tesla founder Musk for arguing that care and regulation was needed to safeguard the future if AI becomes mainstream.

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    3. Google Introduces Indian Language Support Across Products

      Google Introduces Indian Language Support Across Products

      Google Introduces Indian Language Support Across Products IANS Apr 26, 2017, 10.33 AM IST Aiming to bring a billion people online and make the web more useful for them, Google India on Tuesday announced a new set of products and features for the Indian languages. Google Translate 's new " Neural Machine Translation " technology to translate between English and nine widely used languages -- Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada.

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    4. Google Set to Deploy Next-Gen Machine Learning for Indian Languages

      Google Set to Deploy Next-Gen Machine Learning for Indian Languages

      Google Set to Deploy Next-Gen Machine Learning for Indian Languages IANS Apr 24, 2017, 11.19 AM IST 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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      Mentions: India Brazil Google
    5. Translation Tool Showdown: Google Translate vs. Microsoft Translator

      Translation Tool Showdown: Google Translate vs. Microsoft Translator

      Translation Tool Showdown: Google Translate vs. Microsoft Translator Patrick Allan , Gawker Media Oct 16, 2016, 08.30 PM IST Whether you're a globetrotter, language student, or business owner, tools like Google Translate and Microsoft Translator make it easier for everyone in the world to understand one another. But while both can translate text, speech, and images, they still each have their own quirks. So all aboard the showdown train! Next stop: translation station.

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    6. Replace the Default Apps in iOS 10 with These Better Apps

      Replace the Default Apps in iOS 10 with These Better Apps

      Replace the Default Apps in iOS 10 with These Better Apps Jibu Elias Jul 15, 2016, 04.50 PM IST Finally, after all, these years Apple will now let you remove or hide the default apps such as Podcasts and Stocks which no one ever uses. This means opening up an opportunity for the user to replace those with better ones. Here are 5 default Apple apps you must replace: Mail App Outlook by Microsoft, previously known as Accompli, is the best option to replace the default email app.

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