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    1. Amazon may eventually capture the e-commerce market in India

      Amazon may eventually capture the e-commerce market in India

      Amazon may eventually capture the e-commerce market in India More articles by By Abhinav Singh | August 10, 2017 Indian e-commerce market is still to be penetrated and there is a lot of untapped opportunities for market players | Reuters (File photo) Going by the present trend, Amazon India may eventually capture the Indian e-commerce market.

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      Mentions: India Reuters Amazon
    2. Artificial intelligence chatbots—friends or foes of human race

      Artificial intelligence chatbots—friends or foes of human race

      Artificial intelligence chatbots—friends or foes of human race BRAINY BOTS Artificial intelligence chatbots—friends or foes of human race By Nishant Arora | August 08, 2017 Companies today are increasingly looking to rewire their DNA to adapt to the buying habits of digital customers and innovative technologies like AI and chatbots are helping them create immersive brand experiences | File Next big frontier for AI-powered chatbots is to prepare them for 'real-life' conversions with people "Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master," said Norwegian Nobel Laureate Christian Lous Lange more than a century ago. As companies pin their hopes ...

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    3. AI helps the blind to 'see' their surroundings

      AI helps the blind to 'see' their surroundings

      AI helps the blind to 'see' their surroundings AI TOOL AI helps the blind to 'see' their surroundings By Anand Parthasarathy | August 02, 2017 Accenture engineers in India, harness Artificial Intelligence to craft a tool called DRISHTI for the visually challenged to experience and navigate more of the world around them India-based engineers of global software services provider, Accenture, have developed a solution to help the visually challenged sharply improve their perception of the world around them. It is called DRISHTI, 'vision' in Sanskrit and also an acronym for Disambiguating Real Time Insights for Supporting Humans with Intelligence. Part of ...

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    4. Zuckerberg vs Musk: Tech icons battle it out over AI

      Zuckerberg vs Musk: Tech icons battle it out over AI

      Zuckerberg vs Musk: Tech icons battle it out over AI SAN FRANCISCO Zuckerberg vs Musk: Tech icons battle it out over AI IANS | July 25, 2017 (File) Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg | Agencies In the ongoing spat between two tech honchos, Founder and CEO of SpaceX Elon Musk has hit back at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, saying the Internet entrepreneur's understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) is 'limited'. "I've talked to Mark about this (AI).

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    5. Twitter kills 90,000 fake accounts promising online sex

      Twitter kills 90,000 fake accounts promising online sex

      Twitter kills 90,000 fake accounts promising online sex TWITTER Twitter kills 90,000 fake accounts promising online sex IANS | San Francisco | July 18, 2017 The accounts either engaged directly with a target by quoting one of their tweets or attracting targets to the payload visible on their profile bio or pinned tweet | AFP 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. Dubbed as 'SIREN', the fake botnet campaign was discovered by ZeroFOX, a Baltimore-based security firm specialising ...

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    6. AI solutions: 'Made in India—for the world'

      AI solutions: 'Made in India—for the world'

      AI solutions: 'Made in India—for the world' ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AI solutions:'Made in India—for the world' By Anand Parthasarathy | May 04, 2017 Infosys launches Nia, an AI platform for global problem solving, while Xavient creates AMPLIFY,an AI-driven a speech-to-text analytics platform This may well be the year of AI. Artificial Intelligence has percolated into key business processes. And many of the best solutions have come from Indian engineers and are addressing a global demand.

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    7. Google goes big on regional languages

      Google goes big on regional languages

      Google goes big on regional languages More articles by By Vandana | April 25, 2017 Rajan Anandan, vice president, South East Asia and India, Google, addresses a press conference to announce the new features in Google Translate, in New Delhi | PTI Google launches neural machine translation for nine Indian languages. Global technology major Google is increasing its commitment and focus on regional Indian languages, calling it the next big opportunity after mobile.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    8. Google set to deploy next-gen learning for Indian languages

      Google set to deploy next-gen learning for Indian languages

      Google set to deploy next-gen machine learning for Indian languages TECHNOLOGY Google set to deploy next-gen machine learning for Indian languages IANS | April 22, 2017 (File) Google logo | AP In an event to be organised here on April 25, Google will also share findings from a new report by Google and KPMG India 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 ...

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