Diycam India: Using the power of AI to transform your business
Diycam India has successfully implemented solutions in many corporates in Delhi-NCR.
Aspiring bankers of today are walking a very different road
As machines take over many functions, the HR need at banks is shifting to engineers and behavioural scientists.
IIT Madras signs MoU with Robert Bosch Engineering for internships
IIT Madras and German university RWTH Aachen offer a dual degree program, with student-exchanges between the two institutes. The exchange students are expected to go through an industry internship in both Germany and India.
Center of Excellence for IPs in gaming inaugurated, MoUs signed
The CoE signed memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with 5 partners TVAGA (Telangana VFX, Animation and Gaming Association), Hyderabad Angles, HYSEA, and IIIT- Hyderabad to provide resources like mentoring, technology support, infrastructure and funding.
Ericsson expands its portfolio with two new AI-powered network services
The company said they employ AI, automation and predictive analytics to address the complex reality faced by communications service providers: exponential data growth and the continuous introduction of new technologies such as 5G, digital transformation, and scattered information sources and insights.
This Canadian start-up used AI to track coronavirus and raised alarm days before the outbreak
BlueDot can sift through several news stories a day in order to detect and monitor the spread.
India has a distinctly different use for AI: N Chandrasekaran
Listing out a few characteristics that would make future technology usage and adoption in India different from developed economies, N Chandrasekaran said technology would have to be leveraged here firstly to create markets, unlike in other markets where technology was making existing markets more efficient.
EU fights for ‘purpose’ in grand plan for technology, AI rules
On the EU’s menu: new rules for AI, possible legislation for gatekeeping platforms, plans to make data centers carbon-neutral, as well as incentives for businesses to share information with the aim of forming data pools that bolster innovation.
IIT Madras on board Google wagon driving AI for Social Good
The two Indian institutes that are participating in this project are IIT Madras and IIIT Delhi. IIT Madras is looking to use AI to help the NGO Armman to build predictive models that could prevent those who enrol for the healthcare programme from dropping out.
Agnext Technologies offers to set up an AI center at Tocklai for tea industry
Assam is the largest producer of tea in India and accounts for 52 percent of India’s tea. In 2018, Assam’s production touched 692 million kgs.
India on its mind, Microsoft to house a cloud unit within big IT cos
Through ITeS 360, unit will help IT cos in selling entire stack of Microsoft offerings.
Data analytics, Artificial Intelligence helped improve GST collections: Centre
At the GST Council meetings, there was a feedback from State Finance Ministers about various loopholes due to which tax revenue was not accruing to the government, FM said. Elaborating, Revenue Secretary said that a targeted approach was being followed by tapping on data analytics and Artificial Intelligence and it has helped improve GST collections.
Coronavirus: Letters of appreciation signed by PM given to AI crew members for Wuhan evacuation
Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri handed over the letters of appreciation to each crew member in a ceremony held in the national capital
Surviving the technoshock: How to get your organisation ready for AI-powered ERP
Machines and people, working in concert, will be critical to the success of tomorrow’s ERP systems and enterprises.
Inspira Enterprise launches G-SOC in Mumbai
“G-SOC is largely focused on medium-sized business and SMEs. It gives them the ability to buy on a Pay-by-Use model. These kind of companies are more keen to look at our G-SOC services as it gives them the flexibility to get the best in breed services without making major investments and also protects them from technology obsolescence,” said Manoj Kanodia, CEO, Inspira Enterprise.
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