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    1. Genpact leverages artificial intelligence to help CFOs run smarter

      Genpact leverages artificial intelligence to help CFOs run smarter

      Genpact leverages artificial intelligence to help CFOs run smarter Shares 1 12pm , ANI Global leader in digitally-powered business process management and services Genpact has launched its Artificial Intelligence (AI) Reporting solution that harnesses the power of AI technologies to automate financial planning and analysis (FP&A) operations and drive more timely, insightful reporting.

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    2. At the dawn of AI era

      At the dawn of AI era

      At the dawn of AI era Arun Krishnan Arun Krishnan | 40am , DNA AI today is the equivalent of the early days of automation Earlier this week I attended an interesting session on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and computing organised by Microsoft. The highlight of the session was the conversation between Nandan Nilekani and Satya Nadella, where the Microsoft CEO mentioned that his top three focus areas for the future would be cloud and AI, Agents (bots) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Augmented Reality (AR). The session had a number of very interesting demos that utilised Microsoft's cognitive toolkit to ...

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    3. Its time India build a future around cognitive: IBM President

      Its time India build a future around cognitive: IBM President

      --> Thu, 16 Feb 2017-11:48am , PTI 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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    4. Mukesh Ambani explains how Trump can be a blessing in disguise for India's IT industry

      Mukesh Ambani explains how Trump can be a blessing in disguise for India's IT industry

      09:45pm , PTI The domestic IT sector can focus on solving problems right here, which is a huge market, says Mukesh Ambani. 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. "Trump can actually be a blessing in disguise.

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    5. Ambani says data is new oil for 4th industrial revolution

      Ambani says data is new oil for 4th industrial revolution

      Ambani says data is new oil for 4th industrial revolution Shares 1 27pm , PTI Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, who is betting big on data-driven telecom with his Jio Infocomm, today described the digital play sweeping the world as the fourth industrial revolution and said data is the "new oil". "The foundation of the fourth industrial revolution is connectivity and data. Data is the new natural resource.

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    6. Flagship 3 Last

      Flagship 3 Last

      44pm , PTI About IRA.AI IRA.AI is a highly adaptive artificial intelligence platform designed for enterprise chatbots. IRA.AI is powered by Natural Language Processing modules and Deep Learning algorithms which help the engine decipher customer conversations to a very high degree. Unlike other chatbots, IRA.AI comes as an enterprise software platform which runs in customer's cloud account thus helping customers own their data.

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    7. Here's how intelligent personal assistants work

      Here's how intelligent personal assistants work

      --> Ryan Rodrigues | 31am , Mumbai , DNA From Siri to Google Now, voice assistants are playing a big role in how we interface with our gadgets. We explain what makes them tick. If you've owned a smartphone from the past five years then you've probably used an Intelligent Personal Assistant. Even though there are dozens (possibly hundreds or even thousands) of digital assistants, the most commonly used are Apple's Siri, Amazon Alexa, Microsoft's Cortana, and Google Assistant.

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    8. Automation driving IT jobs in top campus placements

      Automation driving IT jobs in top campus placements

      --> Kanchan Srivastava | Mon, 9 Jan 2017-07:05am , Mumbai , DNA Many job offers are now focused on machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), product designing and research Automation has threatened IT employment, but it is also creating jobs in the sector, going by the placement trend at the top institutes in the country. Many job offers are now focused on machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), product designing and research.

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    9. Companion robots vie to be the latest addition to homes

      Companion robots vie to be the latest addition to homes

      --> Sat, 7 Jan 2017-12:54pm , Mumbai , AFP From established firms to tech start-ups, one of the biggest emerging trends at this year's CES has been the number of home robots on show, all of whom are vying to be, in the words of the late Douglas Adams "Your plastic pal who's fun to be with." Of the androids on display, the prize for the most humanoid goes to the Lynx.

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    10. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shows how Jarvis works

      Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shows how Jarvis works

      11:09am , San Francisco , PTI Zuckerberg has given the world a sneak peak into his life with his new virtual butler, Jarvis. Mark Zuckerberg's artificial intelligence-imbued software "butler" -- named Jarvis -- is now in service, and even plays with his family, the Facebook chief said. 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. Scientists create world's first photonic neural network

      Scientists create world's first photonic neural network

      --> Ryan Rodrigues | Tue, 22 Nov 2016-06:03pm , Mumbai , DNA The artificial neural network was developed by scientists at Princeton University. In the latest bid to push the boundaries of Artificial Intelligence (AI), a team of scientists from Princeton University has developed an artificial neural network that uses light (or photons) instead of the traditional electrons. For those who aren't familiar with the concept, a neural network works similar to a human brain in solving problems.

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    12. Google Translate is now smarter than ever

      Google Translate is now smarter than ever

      --> DNA Web Team | Wed, 16 Nov 2016-04:37pm , Mumbai , DNA webdesk The company has now incorporated a new Deep Learning version of Translate that will be rolling out in eight languages to start. Google has vastly updated its popular Translate service that powers the smartphones and tablet app as well as the website. The company has now incorporated a new Deep Learning version of Translate that will be rolling out in eight languages to start.

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    13. Artificial intelligence: the lifeblood driving Google's new wave of devices | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

      Artificial intelligence: the lifeblood driving Google's new wave of devices | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis
      --> Marco D'Souza | Wed, 5 Oct 2016-12:08pm , Mumbai , dna
      The new Pixel smartphones, Google Home connected device, the updated Chromecast Ultra and the Google WiFi router are all banking one thing: a user’s voice
      At the MadeByGoogle event that happened in San Francisco yesterday, Google took the wraps of a flurry of consumer gear, all aimed solely at surrounding users with the might of their search prowess. Search: it’s the one thing that has pretty much defined Google.
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    14. Google’s AI-based language translation now reaching human-level precision

      Google’s AI-based language translation now reaching human-level precision

      --> dna Web Team | Wed, 28 Sep 2016-03:58pm , Mumbai , dna webdesk Realtime language translation is about to get a whole lot more effective Much of the research that Google concerns itself with is in the field of artificial intelligence. From achieving a masterful level of proficiency in playing challenging board games to detecting medical anomalies in retinal scans to more recently being able to offer human-like interaction in chat apps, AI research is growing to be the engine .

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    15. Use text analytics to get deeper insights into employees' minds

      Use text analytics to get deeper insights into employees' minds

      --> Arun Krishnan 30am , dna However, this need not be the case. In this day where most data is in a digital format, much more can be done with the textual data to enhance an understanding of what the employees are telling an organisation. It is a given that organisations want to know and understand what their employees are thinking and feeling. Or at least they ought to. Most organisations depend on yearly surveys for gaining insights into the overall mood of the workforce.

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    16. New to people analytics? Start with a specific question in mind that requires solving

      New to people analytics? Start with a specific question in mind that requires solving

      --> The first thing to be clear about is that analytics is a continuum. At the lower end of the continuum, are questions that deal with "what happened?" and are generally represented by reporting tools and dashboards. In my earlier article, I mentioned that People Analytics was here to stay. That's all fine and dandy, but how do organisations get started with people analytics?

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    17. Facebook will automatically translate posts into different languages

      Facebook will automatically translate posts into different languages

      Facebook will automatically translate posts into different languages Facebook Logo. (AFP photo - File Photo) 0 0 Sat, 2 Jul 2016-09:38am , AFP Relax News Facebook began tests on a new tool that will automatically translate posts in the preferred language of the user. Facebook on Friday began testing a translation tool that will automatically let posts be displayed in languages users prefer.

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    18. Celebrating 13 years of the Kannada-language Wikipedia | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

      Celebrating 13 years of the Kannada-language Wikipedia | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

      Celebrating 13 years of the Kannada-language Wikipedia 0 Subhashish Panigrahi | Sun, 22 May 2016-11:00pm , dna webdesk Here's how the platform has evolved over the years. The Kannada-language Wikipedia celebrated its 13th anniversary on February 14 in Mangalore. To celebrate the journey of the project and the community, Kannada Wikipedians gathered at Saint Aloysius College, Mangaluru on May 14.

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    19. Ratan Tata invests in chatbot niki.ai, his 10th investment in a startup so far in 2016

      Ratan Tata invests in chatbot niki.ai, his 10th investment in a startup so far in 2016

      Ratan Tata invests in chatbot niki.ai, his 10th investment in a startup so far in 2016 Ratan Tata's 10th investment in 2016 so far. (PTI) 2 Thu, 19 May 2016-05:40pm , New Delhi , PTI Niki.ai has also received funding from existing investor Ronnie Screwvala-led Unilazer. 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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