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    1. Facebook hands over its translation services to Artificial Intelligence

      Facebook hands over its translation services to Artificial Intelligence

      Facebook hands over its translation services to Artificial Intelligence Facebook hands over its translation services to Artificial Intelligence To improve the quality of translations on its platform, Facebook has infused artificial intelligence (AI) into its translation services that account for more than 2,000 translation directions and 4.5 billion translations each day.

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    2. Why Google acquiring Indian startup Halli Labs is a masterstroke

      Why Google acquiring Indian startup Halli Labs is a masterstroke

      The move by Google to acquire Halli Labs might have something to do with the background of its founder Pankaj Gupta, an IIT graduate. (Image: Halli Labs) Google , world’s biggest tech giant, is following its artificial intelligence dreams with aggression. In a step forward, the company has acquired India’s Bengaluru based startup Halli Labs. Google’s Vice President, Product Managment, Caesar Sengupta on Wednesday tweeted, “Welcome @Pankaj and the team at @halli_labs to Google.

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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 Twitter can detect riots faster than police: Study With people increasingly taking to the social media, especially Twitter, to report or update events, observations and occurrences, new research says the micro-blogging site can track and detect major disruptive events faster than the police.

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    4. Augmenting ability: Microsoft using AI, smart glass tech to aid differently-abled

      Augmenting ability: Microsoft using AI, smart glass tech to aid differently-abled

      Augmenting ability: Microsoft using AI, smart glass tech to aid differently-abled Augmenting ability: Microsoft using AI, smart glass tech to aid differently-abled Microsoft Research Asia in collaboration with Chinese Science Academy and Peiching Union University has developed a prototype which translates sign language into spoken language and spoken language into sign language in real-time.

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    5. HDFC Life launches India’s first life insurance email bot

      HDFC Life launches India’s first life insurance email bot

      HDFC Life launches India’s first life insurance email bot HDFC Life launches India’s first life insurance email bot HDFC Life, one of India's leading private life insurance companies, announced the launch of India's first life insurance email bot today. By: FE Online | Published: May 22, 2017 1:38 PM The deployment of SPOK will improve customer experience, while providing the support staff with the bandwidth to focus on customer satisfaction and delight.

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      Mentions: India
    6. Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Big Data driving a new transition wave: Accenture’s Bhaskar Ghosh

      Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Big Data driving a new transition wave: Accenture’s Bhaskar Ghosh

      Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Big Data driving a new transition wave: Accenture’s Bhaskar Ghosh Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Big Data driving a new transition wave: Accenture’s Bhaskar Ghosh Bhaskar Ghosh discusses Accenture’s Technology Vision 2017 report and some of the tech trends and innovations essential to business success in the digital economy.

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      Mentions: Intel Google Digital
    7. Infosys launches Artificial Intelligence platform Nia for businesses

      Infosys launches Artificial Intelligence platform Nia for businesses

      Infosys launches Artificial Intelligence platform Nia for businesses Infosys launches Artificial Intelligence platform Nia for businesses Infosys Nia converges the big data/analytics, machine learning, knowledge management and cognitive automation capabilities of Mana; end-to-end RPA capabilities of AssistEdge; advanced, high-performance and scalable machine learning capabilities of Skytree.

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    8. Google introduces new machine-learning products for Indian languages

      Google introduces new machine-learning products for Indian languages

      Google introduces new machine-learning products for Indian languages Google introduces new machine-learning products for Indian languages Aiming to bring a billion people online and make the web more useful for them, Google India on Tuesday unveiled new products on advancement in machine learning for Indian languages.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    9. Baidu’s chief scientist Andrew Ng to depart in setback for Artificial Intelligence push

      Baidu’s chief scientist Andrew Ng to depart in setback for Artificial Intelligence push

      Baidu’s chief scientist Andrew Ng to depart in setback for Artificial Intelligence push Baidu’s chief scientist Andrew Ng to depart in setback for Artificial Intelligence push The chief scientist helping drive Baidu Inc.’s push into artificial intelligence is quitting the Chinese search giant, putting at risk its efforts to put AI at the center of a business revival.

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    10. Google Assistant to roll out on many Android smartphones; here’s all you need to know

      Google Assistant to roll out on many Android smartphones; here’s all you need to know

      Google Assistant to roll out on many Android smartphones; here’s all you need to know Google Assistant to roll out on many Android smartphones; here’s all you need to know Google Assistant, the voice-powered assistant by Google finally rolls out on many Android smartphones other than Pixel. By: FE Online | Updated: March 1, 2017 11:38 AM The Google Assistant will now be available on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and 7.0 (Nougat).

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    11. Tech giant IBM Watson now available for security operations centres

      Tech giant IBM Watson now available for security operations centres

      Watson can now help security analysts parse thousands of natural language research reports that have never before been accessible to modern security tools. (Reuters) Tech giant IBM on Monday announced the availability of Watson for cyber security, the industry’s first augmented intelligence technology designed to power cognitive security operations centres (SOCs). With Watson, people can analyse and interpret all of their data, including unstructured text, images, audio and video.

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    12. Tata Sons Chairman-designate N Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-Hyderabad - The Financial Express

      Tata Sons Chairman-designate N Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-Hyderabad - The Financial Express

      Tata Sons Chairman-designate N Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-Hyderabad Tata Sons Chairman-designate N Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-Hyderabad Tata Sons Chairman-designate N Chandrasekaran today inaugurated the Kohli Research Block at International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad.

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    13. Edge Networks turns to algorithms, AI based approach to analyse job description, profiles - The Financial Express

      Edge Networks turns to algorithms, AI based approach to analyse job description, profiles - The Financial Express

      Edge Networks turns to algorithms, AI based approach to analyse job description, profiles Edge Networks turns to algorithms, AI based approach to analyse job description, profiles Edge Networks uses Natural Language Processing algorithms with data science and AI based approach to analyse job descriptions and profiles By: Ankush Kumar | Published: January 11, 2017 6:08 AM “We use advanced technology with minimum human intervention—the disruption we create is the value of time and accuracy, delivered consistently,” Arjun Pratap, founder of Edge Networks. Sieving through hundreds of resumes to find the right candidate for a vacancy has always been a ...

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    14. Internet of Things will find its way into manufacturing, smart cities and more; here's why - The Financial Express

      Internet of Things will find its way into manufacturing, smart cities and more; here's why - The Financial Express

      Internet of Things will find its way into manufacturing, smart cities and more; here’s why Internet of Things will find its way into manufacturing, smart cities and more; here’s why The niche tech will find its way into manufacturing, healthcare, smart cities, intelligent buildings By: Bhaskar Pramanik | Published: January 2, 2017 6:14 AM Internet of Things (IoT) will become mainstream as it finds its way into manufacturing, healthcare, smart cities, intelligent buildings, products and processes. Today, technology is shaping both business and society like never before and playing an increasing role in everything we do. Technology has ...

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      Mentions: India Microsoft IoT
    15. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg shows off his Iron Man-style robot butler 'jarvis' - The Financial Express

      Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg shows off his Iron Man-style robot butler 'jarvis' - The Financial Express

      Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg shows off his Iron Man-style robot butler ‘JARVIS’ Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg shows off his Iron Man-style robot butler ‘JARVIS’ Mark Zuckerberg wants to control his home Iron Man style as he has given a sneak peek into Jarvis, the virtual butler of Marvel hero... By: FE Online | Published: December 20, 2016 11:52 AM Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed the artificial intelligence butler he uses in his home, which can control the lights, music, doors and windows. ‘Jarvis’ can also recognise Mark’s friends. (Reuters) Mark Zuckerberg wants to control his home Iron ...

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    16. Google partners with rival Slack to make ‘G Suite’ more productive; Here are the 5 new features

      Google partners with rival Slack to make ‘G Suite’ more productive; Here are the 5 new features

      Google partners with rival Slack to make ‘G Suite’ more productive; Here are the 5 new features Google partners with rival Slack to make ‘G Suite’ more productive; Here are the 5 new features Google has just updated its G Suite of apps which was earlier known as Google Apps for work. The G Suite will now have a few new productivity features.

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    17. KeyPoint Tech’s Sunil Motaparti on developing a keyboard app, Xploree, that also thinks for you

      KeyPoint Tech’s Sunil Motaparti on developing a keyboard app, Xploree, that also thinks for you

      KeyPoint Tech’s Sunil Motaparti on developing a keyboard app, Xploree, that also thinks for you KeyPoint Tech’s Sunil Motaparti on developing a keyboard app, Xploree, that also thinks for you Ever thought of a keyboard that also thinks for you? A small app that sits in your phone and captures your intentions and helps you discover things (solutions/offers) around you.

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      Mentions: Google Starbucks NLP
    18. Infosys unveils modular e-commerce platform

      Infosys unveils modular e-commerce platform

      Infosys unveils modular e-commerce platform Infosys unveils modular e-commerce platform Software major Infosys Ltd on Wednesday unveiled a mobile first and modular platform to drive e-commerce programmes across retail channels. By: IANS | Bengaluru 15 PM Infosys Chief Executive Vishal Sikka observed many businesses face complex, legacy IT systems that result in fragmented consumer experience across channels and limit retailers’ ability to rapidly prototype, test and launch new digital offerings. (Reuters) Software major Infosys Ltd on Wednesday unveiled a mobile first and modular platform to drive e-commerce programmes across retail channels. The platform has been developed by Skava, a Silicon Valley-based ...

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    19. Setting the pace for automotive tech revolution - The Financial Express

      Setting the pace for automotive tech revolution - The Financial Express

      Setting the pace for automotive tech revolution Setting the pace for automotive tech revolution In as little as two years, some self-driving features will become as ubiquitous as airbags or ABS. And, like these now-standard features, we’ll wonder how we ever managed without them By: Vishal Dhupar | Published: September 19, 2016 6:10 AM Data gathering and analysis, artificial intelligence, and the pace of innovation are among the areas newly on OEMs’ agenda.

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    20. Apple Siri, Google Now set to face tough challenge from Indian start-ups

      Apple Siri, Google Now set to face tough challenge from Indian start-ups

      More evolved artificial intelligence than mere chatbots already here; start-ups seeing rich investments to develop virtual assistants LET’S say you want to book a cab, but before that, you want to order a burger. Suddenly, you remember you have to make your postpaid mobile and DTH bill payments, and also go for an easy broadband internet recharge. Now, instead of having the need to download several e-commerce apps on your smartphone, all you need to do is use only one.

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      Mentions: India Singapore Apple
    21. Ratan Tata, Unilazer invest in niki.ai

      Ratan Tata, Unilazer invest in niki.ai

      Niki.ai leverages the technology of natural language processing and machine learning to converse with customers over a simple chat interface and places their orders within seconds with the partner businesses. Leading industrialist Ratan Tata has invested in niki.ai, an artificial intelligence (AI) based chatbot. The company has also received funding from existing investor Ronnie Screwvala-led Unilazer, it said in a statement.

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    22. 5 reasons for developers to build NLP and Semantic Search skills

      5 reasons for developers to build NLP and Semantic Search skills

      It at times feels magical that Search engines know, with unbelievable accuracy, exactly what you are looking for. This is the result of a heavy investment in NLP and Semantic technologies. These, along with speech-recognition, have the potential of enabling a future where search will transform into a smart machine that uses “connected knowledge” to answer significantly complex questions – a Star Trek Computer may not be too far away after all, if Amit Singhal – brain behind Google’s search engine evolution, has be to believed. Opportunities that these technologies present isn’t limited to general-purpose search engines but is significantly ...

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