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    1. Amazon to hire over 1,000 in India in big R&D push

      Amazon to hire over 1,000 in India in big R&D push

      BENGALURU: Amazon is looking to hire over 1,000 people, mostly software professionals, in India. The hires will cater largely to research and development for the company's divisions, including Amazon.com, Amazon.in, the devices business, and the cloud-computing division, Amazon Web Services (AWS).

      The company told TOI the hiring was limited only by the availability of talent in the required technologies, and it was looking to hire as many as possible.

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    2. Amazon to hire over 1,000 people in India

      Amazon to hire over 1,000 people in India

      Anand J & Shilpa Phadnis August 10, 2017 Amazon is looking to hire over 1,000 people, mostly software professionals, in India. The hires will cater largely to research and development for the company's divisions, including Amazon.com, Amazon.in, the devices business, and the cloud-computing division, Amazon Web Services (AWS). AFP/Representational Image The hiring was limited only by the availability of talent in the required technologies, and it was looking to hire as many as possible.

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    3. Specialisations, research may get hit by GST

      Specialisations, research may get hit by GST

      Specialisations, research may get hit by GST Specialisations, research may get hit by GST Rachel Chitra | TNN | Aug 2, 2017, 11:18 PM IST Chennai: From decoding encryption for corporate espionage to performing robotics-assisted surgery, students today can take up various specialisations in their chosen careers. But, GST might push up costs for them, colleges and hospitals with its 18% taxation for digital content.

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    4. CSS Corp unveils AI platform Yoda

      CSS Corp unveils AI platform Yoda

      CSS Corp unveils AI platform Yoda Ranjani Ayyar The AI platform can constantly learn from a customer’s interactions and build on its knowledge base. | TNN | Jun 12, 2017, 04.42 PM IST CHENNAI: In a bid to up the ante on customer experience, US-headquartered CSS Corp has launched Yoda, an artificial intelligence (AI)-driven platform. Yoda integrates with all customer channels like voice, email, chat and website across devices.

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    5. Infy's AI platform Mana became Nia due to Sap, It News, Et Cio

      Infy's AI platform Mana became Nia due to Sap, It News, Et Cio

      AMD Infy's AI platform Mana became Nia due to SAP In San Francisco last April, Infosys pulled the wrappers off a new artificial intelligence platform, which it called Mana, amid much fanfare. The platform enabled repetitive tasks to be automated and glean insights from data. Shilpa Phadnis | TNN | May 29, 2017, 11:25 IST BENGALURU: In San Francisco last April, Infosys pulled the wrappers off a new artificial intelligence platform, which it called Mana , amid much fanfare.

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    6. When robots get ‘personality’ to boost insurance sales, IT News, Et Cio

      When robots get ‘personality’ to boost insurance sales, IT News, Et Cio

      Banking When robots get ‘personality’ to boost insurance sales From VR humanoids like Kushi — PNB Metlife’s insurance personal assistant to HDFC Life’s launch of an email bot ‘SPOK’ — insurers are leveraging the power of AI, chat bots, robotics, natural language processing. Rachel Chitra | TNN | May 24, 2017, 14:35 IST Chennai: Insurance sales and retention has always been about personality.

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    7. IIIT-H team develops hate speech detector to track offensive tweets | Hyderabad News - Times of India

      IIIT-H team develops hate speech detector to track offensive tweets | Hyderabad News - Times of India

      HYDERABAD: A team from the International Institute of Information Technology , Hyderabad, (IIIT-H) has developed a system to detect hate speech on microblogging site Twitter , a first of its kind.

      The team includes Vasudeva Varma, professor and dean (R&D) at IIIT-H, students Pinkesh Badjatiya and Shashank Gupta, and adjunct faculty Manish Gupta. They were working on the topic of 'deep learning for hate speech' on micro blogging site Twitter for close to a year.

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    8. IIT-Kgp page-turner: Free library of 65 lakh books (and counting)

      IIT-Kgp page-turner: Free library of 65 lakh books (and counting)

      KOLKATA: If you own a smartphone, you probably have a tonne of apps for work and play. Now, IIT Kharagpur has developed an app that will bring the world's knowledge at your fingertips. The country's premier tech institute has launched a mobile app that brings as many as 65 lakh books, journals, periodicals and research materials — not just to students, but to anyone who has a smartphone.

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    9. Nadella launches products made in India for India

      Nadella launches products made in India for India

      Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella launches products made in India for India Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella launches products made in India for India Sujit John Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Wednesday announced several new products designed for India, and, to a significant degree, also made in India - a forceful move that suggests the company is trying to go way beyond its traditional Windows and Office users and build a substantially broader audience in the country.

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    10. PM Narendra Modi asks ministries to create websites in regional languages

      PM Narendra Modi asks ministries to create websites in regional languages

      Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked all central ministries to make their websites available in all officially recognised Indian languages “on priority“. “The Prime Minister wants that central government websites should not be available just in English and Hindi...they should be multi-lingual as people across the country access them for information. This is now a priority job,“ a senior government official told ET.

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    11. Industry 4.0: IISc building India’s 1st smart factory in Bengaluru

      Industry 4.0: IISc building India’s 1st smart factory in Bengaluru

      | TNN | Jul 29, 2016, 12.54 AM IST Highlights Boeing is funding Smart Factory project that seeks to increase performace of a manufacturing plant Strategically positioned sensors observe operations in a factory and send inputs; the data is analyzed to maximie output and optimie resources (Representative image) Bengaluru: The IT capital is set to host India's first 'smart factory' where machines speak to each other.Armed with the Internet of Things and data exchange in manufacturing, the factory is the future. Experts are calling it Industry 4.0. Reports peg the smart factory market to touch $215 billion by ...

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