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    1. AI to the rescue!

      AI to the rescue!

      shutterstock What is true? It’s difficult to tell fake news from the real shutterstock How artificial intelligence and Big Data can trace and trash fake news Fake news now claims a disturbingly large chunk of the news we consume. And in all likelihood, you wouldn’t have noticed it. But its impact on brands, personalities, markets, issues and causes has become significant. Media studies experts say fake news has influenced two recent, epochal events: Brexit and the US Presidential elections.

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    2. Google launches new translation technology for 9 Indian languages

      Google launches new translation technology for 9 Indian languages

      Google launches new translation technology for 9 Indian languages Our Bureau Tweet New Delhi, April 25: Search engine Google on Tuesday launched a new neural machine translation technology between English and nine widely used Indian languages — Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam and Kannada. “Neural translation offers a huge improvement over the old phrase-based system, translating full sentences at a time, instead of pieces of a sentence.

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    3. Incedo sees ‘chatbots’ as growth area

      Incedo sees ‘chatbots’ as growth area

      Incedo sees ‘chatbots’ as growth area K. R. Srivats Tweet New Delhi, April 24: Incedo, an IT services and consulting company, is betting big on chatbots, a computer programme to simulate conversation with human users, especially over internet. Tejinderpal Singh Miglani, Chief Executive Officer, told BusinessLine that Incedo is currently helping a wealth management customer in North America build a Robo Advisory platform. “Purpose of this is to help advisors (wealth management) do a better job.

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    4. IIIT-Hyderabad sets up seed fund network

      IIIT-Hyderabad sets up seed fund network

      IIIT-Hyderabad sets up seed fund network M Somasekhar Fund will invest in early stage tech startups Hyderabad, April 20: IIIT-Hyderabad has announced the creation of a seed fund network to invest in tech startups in the IIIT-Hyderabad incubator and elsewhere. The fund will be from a network of investors comprising tech professionals and successful entrepreneurs.

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    5. flydubai, IIIT-Hyderabad to set up Aviation Co-Innovation lab

      flydubai, IIIT-Hyderabad to set up Aviation Co-Innovation lab

      flydubai, IIIT-Hyderabad to set up Aviation Co-Innovation lab V Rishi Kumar Tweet Hyderabad, March 27: flydubai today signed up with IIIT-Hyderabad for setting up of flydubai’s Aviation Co-Innovation Lab at the institute. The announcement was made during flydubai’s Air Travel BotHack, organised in partnership with Hyderabad-based tech start-up HackMania. The agreement was signed by Ramesh Venkat, flydubai’s Chief Information Officer and P.J. Narayanan, IIIT-Hyderabad’s Director.

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    6. Google to set up Cloud Region with Mumbai as HQ

      Google to set up Cloud Region with Mumbai as HQ

      Google to set up Cloud Region with Mumbai as HQ KV Kurmanath Region to have three zones Hyderabad, March 13: As adoption of public cloud increases in India, Google is setting up a Cloud Region in the country later this year. The Cloud Region, to be head-quartered in Mumbai, will have three zones, covering the whole of the country. Google, which lags behind Amazon and Microsoft in the cloud business, doesn’t count its cloud footprint in datacentres.

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    7. India should build a future around cognitive computing: IBM President

      India should build a future around cognitive computing: IBM President

      India should build a future around cognitive computing: IBM President PTI Tweet Mumbai, Feb 16: Global tech giant IBM today said working on cognitive computing that helps in decision making is the future for India, which is already a leader in information technology. “As a country, India has been digitising and digitising the world. The foundation is in place. Digital is the foundation. India’s next path is to now make the world cognitive.

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    8. Infosys invests $2 m in Danish start-up UNSILO

      Infosys invests $2 m in Danish start-up UNSILO

      Infosys invests $2 m in Danish start-up UNSILO Our Bureau Will bring Artificial Intelligence and machine learning technology Bengaluru, November 18: Infosys has invested $2.1 million in UNSILO, a Danish start-up focused on Artificial Intelligence and advanced text analysis. UNSILO is founded by Mads Rydahl, who was the head of product design at Siri, which was later acquired by Apple.

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      Mentions: India Apple Infosys
    9. A more rewarding time for employees

      A more rewarding time for employees

      A more rewarding time for employees Chitra Narayanan Shutterstock.com Now, organisations are consolidating rewards budgets and actually earmarking sums How companies are acknowledging good work in the era of ‘instant gratification’ New Delhi, October 3: The spirit of ‘instant gratification’ is increasingly beginning to apply to workplace rewards programmes for high achievers, and companies are coming up with innovative ways to keep their sterling performers sufficiently gratified — and to let them know their good work is well-appreciated. For instance, Rewardian, a rewards-and-recognitions company that offers SaaS platforms for companies, has designed a programme for Love’s Travel Stops, a ...

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      Mentions: India New Delhi IBM
    10. Infosys launches Skava Commerce

      Infosys launches Skava Commerce

      Bengaluru, Sept. 28: Infosys has launched Skava Commerce, an e-commerce platform for retailers. Skava, is a Silicon Valley based e-commerce startup which was acquired by Infosys. The platform can help brick-and-mortar retailers to quickly launch new offerings, improve conversion rates of traffic coming from digital channels, amongst other things, without making large investments upfront, the company said in a statement.

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    11. US-based tech solutions co, MintMesh, raises Rs 2 cr from angel investors

      US-based tech solutions co, MintMesh, raises Rs 2 cr from angel investors

      US-based tech solutions co, MintMesh, raises Rs 2 cr from angel investors Priyanka Pani Tweet Mumbai, Sept 27: MintMesh, a US-based technology solutions provider of resource discovery tools, has raised about Rs 2 crore from Indian and US-based angel investors. The company has also launched its enterprise application for employee referrals and mass recruitment.

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    12. The ‘Individual Revolution’ is here

      The ‘Individual Revolution’ is here

      The ‘Individual Revolution’ is here Anant Gupta Tweet Today, transformative technologies are quietly weaving a new ecosphere that has you at the power centre Say hello to the ‘Individual Revolution’! Over the last two years, there’s been a growing buzz about the fourth Industrial Revolution. While the first three were triggered by the transformative power of steam engines, electricity and computers, the fourth is being driven by the internet-isation of the world.

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    13. New tech for converting speech into text message

      PTI Share · print · T+ · T- Hyderabad, Jan 18: City based International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) is set to develop a mobile technology that would accept speech as input and convert it into language and text, which can be sent as an SMS. According to Mr Rajeev Sangal, Director of IIIT, the project, which has been funded by the Ministry of Information Technology, will be ready in the next two years. “You can talk to the m
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    14. Watson — Ibm's new supercomputer can interpret patient's symptoms in an instant

      Watson — Ibm's new supercomputer can interpret patient's symptoms in an instant
      Hindu Business LineWatson — IBM's new supercomputer can interpret patient's symptoms in an instantHindu Business LineIt is not connected to the Internet and goes beyond a routine question-answer machine even as it combines IBM's Deep Question Answering (QA), Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning technologies, according to IBM. “We eventually see medical ...and more »
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