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    1. HDFC Bank’s ‘Eva’ becomes India’s smartest chatbot

      HDFC Bank’s ‘Eva’ becomes India’s smartest chatbot

      Artificial Intelligence enters newsrooms, are jobs at stake? Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based chatbot ‘Eva’– built for HDFC Bank by Bengaluru-based Senseforth AI Research – has successfully addressed over 2.7 million customer queries in six months to become the country’s largest banking chatbot. According to HDFC Bank, it collaborated with Senseforth and launched ‘EVA’ (Electronic Virtual Assistant) in March this year on its website.

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    2. Now you can take a Deep Learning course online, Coursera co-founder says barrier to entry has come down | The Indian Express

      Now you can take a Deep Learning course online, Coursera co-founder says barrier to entry has come down | The Indian Express

      Bengaluru tops the chart of online learning in India: Coursera You might think it is among the toughest topics to study, but the fact is that now you can learn Deep Learning online. Online education platform Coursera has announced a specialisation on artificial intelligence’s hot new trend of deep learning.

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      Mentions: India Stanford Indian
    3. Bots with creative language skills have seized the popular...

      Bots with creative language skills have seized the popular...

      Arun Jaitley on Kerala political violence: Had it happened in BJP-ruled states, awards would have been returned The internet has been afire with dramatically doom-laden headlines proclaiming that Facebook had to pull the plug on rogue artificial intelligence (AI) bots which developed a language of their own, in which they were carrying on inhumanly private conversations.

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    4. Twitter kills 90,000 fake accounts promising online sex | The Indian Express

      Twitter kills 90,000 fake accounts promising online sex | The Indian Express

      Facebook, Twitter, Snap said to seek World Cup clips from Fox 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 in social-media threat detection.

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    5. Microsoft creates new AI lab to take on Google’s DeepMind | The Indian Express

      Microsoft creates new AI lab to take on Google’s DeepMind | The Indian Express

      Google Backup and Sync rolled out for Windows and Mac Microsoft Corp. is setting up a new research lab focused on artificial intelligence (AI) with the goal of creating more general-purpose learning systems. The new lab, called Microsoft Research AI, will be based at the company’s headquarters in Redmond, Washington, and involve more than 100 scientists from across various sub-fields of artificial intelligence research, including perception, learning, reasoning and natural language processing.

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    6. Irked by sarcasm on social media? New system will convert sarcastic sentence into honest statements | The Indian Express

      Irked by sarcasm on social media? New system will convert sarcastic sentence into honest statements | The Indian Express

      Grape compounds can kill colon cancer cells: Research To help people with autism, who often have difficulty interpreting sarcasm, irony, and humour, researchers have developed a system for interpreting sarcastic statements posted on social media. “There are a lot of systems designed to identify sarcasm, but this is the first that is able to interpret sarcasm in written text,” said Lotam Peled from Technion — Israel Institute of Technology.

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    7. Apple WWDC 2017: iOS 11 to HomePod, top seven things announced | The Indian Express

      Apple WWDC 2017: iOS 11 to HomePod, top seven things announced | The Indian Express

      Apple’s HomePod: The new Apple ‘smart’ speaker has Twitterati making weird comparisons Apple WWDC 2017 keynote has come to an end. At its annual developer conference in San Jose, the Cupertino-giant announced a slew of software updates as well as new hardware on Day 1. The company showcased its all-new HomePod – a Siri-powered home speaker that can be used to send messages, get updates on news, sports and weather as well as control smart home devices.

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    8. Google’s ‘Neural Machine Translation’ for Indian languages: Here’s what it means

      Google’s ‘Neural Machine Translation’ for Indian languages: Here’s what it means

      Google’s ‘Neural Machine Translation’ for Indian languages: Here’s what it means Google’s ‘Neural Machine Translation’ for Indian languages: Here’s what it means Google announced Neural Machine Translations for Indian languages, and here's what it will mean for users Written by Shruti Dhapola | New Delhi | Updated: April 25, 2017 6:53 pm Melvin Johnson, who is an engineer and researcher at Google’s Translate.

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      Mentions: India Google Kannada
    9. Google’s Neural Machine Translation launched for nine Indian languages

      Google’s Neural Machine Translation launched for nine Indian languages

      Google Vice President for South East Asia and India Rajan Anandan on stage at the announcement. Google has announced Neural Machine Translation (NMT) for nine Indian languages, and extended the same technology to its auto-translation feature on the Chrome browser as well as Google Maps reviews. Google’s Neural Machine Translation system is a more advanced one, and relies on deep neural networks for translations.

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    10. IIIT Hyderabad to start seed fund for domain specific tech startups | The Indian Express

      IIIT Hyderabad to start seed fund for domain specific tech startups | The Indian Express

      IIIT Hyderabad to start seed fund for domain specific tech startups IIIT Hyderabad to start seed fund for domain specific tech startups Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship of IIIT-H will run Accelerator programmes as the primary source of the startups. By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published:April 20, 2017 6:28 pm The size of the fund has not been disclosed.

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    11. Engineering plus X

      Engineering plus X

      Tech must ally with other disciplines in the Fourth Industrial Revolution Written by Yannis C. Yortsos | Published:April 11, 2017 1:04 am Representational Image In the words of Chuck Vest, the late president of the US National Academy of Engineering, “we live in the most exciting era for science and engineering in human history.” We are in the midst of unprecedented, exponentially accelerating innovation that every day alters the way we work, live, interact and create.

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    12. Mukesh Ambani says data is new oil for 4th industrial revolution | The Indian Express

      Mukesh Ambani says data is new oil for 4th industrial revolution | The Indian Express

      Mukesh Ambani says data is new oil for 4th industrial revolution Mukesh Ambani says data is new oil for 4th industrial revolution Salient feature of this revolution is "convergence of the physical biological and digital sciences" and "we are on the verge of an exponential change", said Mukesh Ambani By: PTI | Mumbai | Published:February 15, 2017 10:18 pm Predicting that India will be a key player in this revolution, Mukesh Ambani said with “our large talent base, we will have a competitive advantage in this era.” Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, who is betting big on data-driven telecom with ...

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    13. Tata Sons chairman Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-H

      Tata Sons chairman Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-H

      Tata Sons chairman Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-H Tata Sons chairman Chandrasekaran inaugurates Kohli Research Block at IIIT-H The Kohli Research Block was set up on campus with 60,000 sq ft built up area spread across four floors to provide a world-class ambiance for related research activities.

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    14. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg gives a peek into Jarvis, an AI personal assistant he built for his home | The Indian Express

      Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg gives a peek into Jarvis, an AI personal assistant he built for his home | The Indian Express

      Tech News Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg gives a peek into Jarvis, an AI personal assistant he built for his home Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg gives a peek into Jarvis, an AI personal assistant he built for his home Zuckerberg added that we are still far off from understanding how learning works.

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    15. Google Assistant on Home is now getting third-party developer support

      Google Assistant on Home is now getting third-party developer support

      Google Assistant on Home is now getting third-party developer support Google Assistant on Home is now getting third-party developer support Google Assistant on Home will start getting support third-party developer apps with 'Actions on Google' API. Published:December 9, 2016 11:43 am Google Assistant on Home will start getting support third-party developer apps with ‘Actions on Google’.

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    16. Google Translate’s AI can translate between languages where it wasn’t taught to do so

      Google Translate’s AI can translate between languages where it wasn’t taught to do so

      Google Translate’s AI can translate between languages where it wasn’t taught to do so Google Translate’s AI can translate between languages where it wasn’t taught to do so Google's Translate's AI has created its own secret language to translate between languages where it wasn't taught to do so. By: Tech Desk | Updated: November 28, 2016 3:44 pm Google Translate’s AI has created its own language to allow translations even between languages where it wasn’t taught to do so.

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    17. Think before you ‘write’!

      Think before you ‘write’!

      Think before you ‘write’! Think before you ‘write’! In a series of studies, participants were asked to categorize the authors of tweets based solely on the content of their social media posts. By: ANI | Washington Dc | Published:November 16, 2016 9:28 pm Multi-ethnic group around wood table. The table is filled with various stickers related to social media. One person in the group is using a laptop.

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    18. Google teaches machines to become more fluent translators

      Google teaches machines to become more fluent translators

      Google teaches machines to become more fluent translators Google teaches machines to become more fluent translators Google's translations of extended passages of text should read and sound much more like a native speaker of the language. By: AP | San Francisco | Published:November 16, 2016 12:27 pm Google described its neural machine tool as the biggest leap for its translation service in a decade.

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    19. AI system improves performance by surfing on internet | The Indian Express

      AI system improves performance by surfing on internet | The Indian Express

      AI system improves performance by surfing on internet AI system improves performance by surfing on internet Researchers from the US have developed an artificial intelligence system that surfs the internet to extract information and organise it for quantitative analysis. By: IANS | New York | Published:November 13, 2016 3:38 pm Researchers from the US have developed an artificial intelligence system that surfs the internet to extract information and organise it for quantitative analysis.

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    20. Seven institutes join hands for online Sanskrit translation

      Share | Print Express news service : New Delhi, Fri Jan 06 2012, 01:03 hrs Related Articles Seven institutes have come together to develop a technology for online translation from Sanskrit to Hindi. Unveiled at the 15th World Sanskrit Conference inaugurated by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi on Thursday, the project involves collaboration amongst University of Hyderabad, IIIT Hyderabad, Jawaharlal Nehru University, S
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