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    1. Artificial Intelligence to drive next wave of startups

      Artificial Intelligence to drive next wave of startups

      Artificial Intelligence to drive next wave of startups N V Vijayakumar, DH News Service, Bengaluru, Aug 13 2017, 23:55 IST The company says it is focused on building deep learning and ML systems to address 'old problems'. Google’s recent acquisition of Halli Labs, an artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) startup started by an IIT-Delhi alumni Pankaj Gupta, has fuelled Bengaluru’s ambition of becoming the hub of AI and ML product startups.

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    2. Watch: Accenture develops AI-powered solution for visually impaired [Video]

      Watch: Accenture develops AI-powered solution for visually impaired [Video]

      Watch: Accenture develops AI-powered solution for visually impaired [Video] Press Trust of India, New Delhi, Jul 28 2017, 15:09 IST The solution, called Drishti, was developed as a part of Accenture's focus on Tech4Good, which aims to apply technology to improve the way the world lives and works by solving complex social challenges, a company release said.

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    3. Twitter can detect riots faster than police: study

      Twitter can detect riots faster than police: study

      Twitter can detect riots faster than police: study London, Jun 27 2017, 14:52 IST Twitter posts can help track riots and other violent events much before they are reported to the police. Twitter Image Twitter posts can help track riots and other violent events much before they are reported to the police, according to a study which shows that social media can be an invaluable source of information for law-enforcement officials.

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    4. New system detects sarcasm on social media

      New system detects sarcasm on social media

      New system detects sarcasm on social media Press Trust of India, Jerusalem, Jun 24 2017, 15:56 IST The system can detect and interpret sarcasm on social media, and can be a good aid to autistic people or those who have Asperger's. photo for representation. Scientists have developed a new system that can detect sarcasm in social media posts, and interpret it for people with autism and Asperger's syndrome who have difficulty understanding such statements.

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    5. Navigating disruption in the financial industry with Artificial Intelligence

      Navigating disruption in the financial industry with Artificial Intelligence

      Navigating disruption in the financial industry with Artificial Intelligence Mohit Joshi, Jun 18 2017, 23:56 IST A working definition of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the “theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence.” While this explanation is useful, it doesn’t capture the enormity of the AI phenomenon, being billed as a massive change agent in the financial services industry.

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    6. Infosys unveils next-gen AI platform Nia

      Infosys unveils next-gen AI platform Nia

      Infosys unveils next-gen AI platform Nia DH News Service, Bengaluru, Apr 27 2017, 23:07 IST Infosys Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka. PTI File Photo Following the success of its first-generation artificial intelligence (AI) platform Mana and robotic automation solution Assist Edge, India’s second largest IT services company Infosys on Thursday announced the launch of next generation AI platform Nia.

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    7. Indian tourism sees digital transformation

      Indian tourism sees digital transformation

      Indian tourism sees digital transformation Gunendra Patil, Feb 27, 2017 Personalisation has emerged to be one of the most path breaking consumer trends across most industries, globally. Now it is happening with tourism in India, where the stage of digitisation in the sector have moved beyond economies of growth and outcome and has reached the economy of experience. Experience for today’s consumer is synonymous with personalization.

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    8. Trump can be a blessing in disguise for IT players: Ambani

      Trump can be a blessing in disguise for IT players: Ambani

      Trump can be a blessing in disguise for IT players: Ambani Mumbai, Feb 15, 2017 (PTI) 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 today advised the industry to look at it as a blessing in disguise to focus on home market.

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    9. EdGE Networks uses data science for talent acquisition

      EdGE Networks uses data science for talent acquisition

      EdGE Networks uses data science for talent acquisition Uma Kannan, Jan 09, 2017, DHNS Startup Showcase Can artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and algorithms be used to match the right person to the right job? Arjun Pratap started EdGE Networks with this thought. “We were trying to solve a very simple problem, saying could we get the right person for the right job.

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    10. Zuckerberg builds software butler- Jarvis- for his home

      Zuckerberg builds software butler- Jarvis- for his home

      Zuckerberg builds software butler- Jarvis- for his home San Francisco, Dec 21, 2016 (AFP) Mark Zuckerberg's artificial intelligence-imbued software "butler" -- named Jarvis -- is now in service, and even plays with his family, the Facebook chief said today.

      Zuckerberg took on the personal project this year, devoting about 100 hours to making a system inspired by the "Iron Man" film character Jarvis as a virtual assistant to help manage his household.

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    11. Google places a high-stakes bet

      Google places a high-stakes bet

      » Google is one of the most valuable companies in the world, but its future, like that of all tech giants, is clouded by a looming threat. The search company makes virtually all of its money from ads placed on the World Wide Web. But what happens to the cash machine if web search eventually becomes outmoded? That worry isn’t far-fetched. More of the world’s computing time keeps shifting to smartphones, where apps have supplanted the web.

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    12. Here come the iPhone 7 and iOS 10 apps

      Here come the iPhone 7 and iOS 10 apps

      You are here: Home » Supplements » Cyber Space » Here come the iPhone 7 and iOS 10 apps Here come the iPhone 7 and iOS 10 apps Kit Eaton, September 26, 2016, INYT Apple released the iPhone 7 recently along with iOS 10, a major upgrade for its popular mobile operating system. What better time to download some apps to take the new hardware and software for a spin? In one update, Apple’s messaging system, iMessage, got a turbo boost.

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    13. Microsoft plans Aadhaar-enabled products for Digital India

      Microsoft plans Aadhaar-enabled products for Digital India

      Microsoft plans Aadhaar-enabled products for Digital India Bengaluru, Sep 22, 2016, DHNS: Microsoft has evinced plans to build Aadhaar-enabled products for the Digital India initiative, and showcase them to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. When asked about Aadhaar project, Microsoft India Chairman Bhaskar Pramanik said that the company is ready to align with the government in this regard.

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