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    1. Why Banks, Traders And Insurance Companies Are Going 'Conversational-AI First' With Chatbots

      Why Banks, Traders And Insurance Companies Are Going 'Conversational-AI First' With Chatbots

      Restoring & Reinventing Chatbots are solving everyday customer service problems organizations have faced for a long time. With them, you can unify multiple entry points from a customer into an organization. If you're a corporate customer today, you go to the corporate part of the website, and if you want to phone someone you call the corporate phone line, and they have their own team.

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      Mentions: Gartner Research
    2. 'Individuals Or Cos, Who Are Not Up-skilling Employees Are Under Serious Trouble'

      'Individuals Or Cos, Who Are Not Up-skilling Employees Are Under Serious Trouble'

      On his tenth visit to India since seven years of President-ship at Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith managed a good one hour to discuss his work, Indo-Irish relations and purpose of his visit. What is your purpose of visit to India? I'm here to give a talk about 'Future of Graduates'. My talk primarily focuses on technology's massive role in changing the future of jobs.

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      Mentions: India Germany Taiwan
    3. Donald Trump Can Be A Blessing In Disguise For IT Players, Says Mukesh Ambani

      Donald Trump Can Be A Blessing In Disguise For IT Players, Says Mukesh Ambani

      Globescan: End Of An Era As US president Donald Trump keeps the world on tenterhooks with his protectionist ways that can have a debilitating impact on the Indian IT sector, RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani on Wednesday (February 15) advised the industry to look at it as a blessing in disguise to focus on home market. "Trump can actually be a blessing in disguise.

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      Mentions: India Nasscom
    4. Data Is New Oil For 4th Industrial Revolution, Says Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani

      Data Is New Oil For 4th Industrial Revolution, Says Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani

      Globescan: End Of An Era Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, who is betting big on data-driven telecom with his Jio Infocomm, on Wednesday (February 15) described the digital play sweeping the world as the fourth industrial revolution and said data is the "new oil". "The foundation of the fourth industrial revolution is connectivity and data. Data is the new natural resource.

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      Mentions: India Mumbai Nasscom
    5. Key Drivers Of Driverless Vehicles

      Key Drivers Of Driverless Vehicles

      Cloud Key Drivers Of Driverless Vehicles New technologies are constantly emerging but may take years or even decades to mature. And then comes a tripping point when they look commercially viable and useful and starts drawing the attention of innovators, investors, general public and government ? L&T Technology Services Takes The Lead In A Tech Driven India New technologies are constantly emerging but may take years or even decades to mature.

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    6. Ready, Tech, Go Into 2017

      Ready, Tech, Go Into 2017

      Globescan: End Of An Era Let us look at the bright side of 2016. After very many years, we have practical application of several technologies in any one year. Take Amazon Go, it combines the computer vision, artificial intelligence through advanced algorithms and machine learning through sensor technology in automating intensive manual operations of the retail industry. If you add their robotics in warehouse handling, it becomes a colossal growth.

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    7. Infosys Invests In Danish Startup UNSILO

      Infosys Invests In Danish Startup UNSILO

      Cloud Infosys Invests In Danish Startup UNSILO The announcement of the investment, which is being funded through Infosys' Innovation Fund, comes a week after the company invested an undisclosed amount in the US-based TidalScale ? Angels To The Rescue Country's second-largest software services firm Infosys on November 18 said it has invested DKK 149,20,000 (about Rs 14.49 crore) in UNSILO, a Danish artificial intelligence startup focused on advanced text analysis.The announcement of the investment, which is being funded through Infosys' Innovation Fund, comes a week after the company invested an undisclosed amount in the US-based TidalScale ...

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      Mentions: Denmark Infosys
    8. CogniPay: A Cognitive Decision Support System For Compensation Actions

      CogniPay: A Cognitive Decision Support System For Compensation Actions

      We Are Like This Only! What is an employee's true worth to a company where she works? How can we put a number and a quantitative value to such an intangible thing? Sounds impossible? Yet, isn't this what we are doing every time we are deciding on salary raises for employees? Every single employee brings a unique combination of skills, experience, eminence and engagement to work every day.

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      Mentions: Human Resources
    9. IBM Embracing Innovation Through Cognitive Solutions

      IBM Embracing Innovation Through Cognitive Solutions

      Sustainability IBM Embracing Innovation Through Cognitive Solutions Prativa Mohapatra, Vice President, Cognitive Solutions, IBM India/ South Asia speaks about cognitive banking and its impact on banking sector ? IBM Embracing Innovation Through Cognitive Solutions IBM Embracing Innovation Through Cognitive Solutions Get Your Own House IBM is one of the companies which began as a software- hardware technology firm, but with time it has transformed itself into one of the largest leading big data analytics company, generating $18 billion revenue last year.As we know the hardware segment besets challenges on all sides; hence IBM took to manufacturing cloud/cognitive solutions. Though ...

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    10. IBM Thinks Watson In Cognitive Mode

      IBM Thinks Watson In Cognitive Mode

      Sustainability IBM Thinks Watson In Cognitive Mode The technology platform, Watson, does hold a lot of potential for solving customer problems through its advanced analytics capabilities. But it needs to work in tandem with end-user organisations and may be a long way from commercial success in India ? IBM Thinks Watson In Cognitive Mode IBM Thinks Watson In Cognitive Mode Defence Security: The Next Sunrise Industry?

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      Mentions: India IBM Watson IBM
    11. Let’s Talk Chatbots

      Let’s Talk Chatbots

      To The Moon And Back Whether you’re looking for a movie on Netflix, playing Pokémon Go, ordering flowers, checking in for a flight, or getting divorced in Europe — there’s a bot for that. There are even bots for Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton. In Silicon Valley bots have become a favourite topic and all over the world, companies are jumping head-first on to the botwagon. There’s enough head-spinning hype to make one downright skeptical.

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    12. ‘Bots Will Save A Lot Of Time, Resources’

      ‘Bots Will Save A Lot Of Time, Resources’

      Sustainability ‘Bots Will Save A Lot Of Time, Resources’ The co-founder & CEO of GupShup believes that with bots, every aspect of human activity that is related to computers will be affected in a broader way ? Messaging apps are an untapped medium for customer engagement. It’s where people spend their time most and it’s where they are at their most responsive and receptive.

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      Mentions: Microsoft Mac
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