AI is there, the sooner we adapt to it the better it would be We often hear that machines and robots will take over the jobs. But what sort of jobs will be automated and which will always need human intervention — are debatable.
However, there’s no point brooding over, AI is already here and is set to revolutionize the world globally. ... See MoreSee Less
AI has been one of the fastest growing tech trends. IBM has recognised 40 Women Business Pioneers in Artificial Intelligence from across the world at its Inaugural AI Women Leadership Event hosted in New York. The list celebrates women across a variety of industries and geographies “for pioneering the use of AI to advance their companies in areas such as innovation, growth, and transformation.” Happy to see two of them from India. ... See MoreSee Less
AI: Teaching to students Microsoft will soon launch its new AI labs through which the tech giant aims to train as many as 1.5 lakh students across higher educational institutes in the country. As part of the programme, the tech giant will closely work with 10 educational institutes and will provide the needed infrastructure and guidance to the selected students. ... See MoreSee Less
Microsoft will soon launch its new AI labs through which the tech giant aims to train as many as 1.5 lakh students across higher educational institutes in the country, the company said announcing its ...
AI and Accountability. What do a Yemeni refugee in the queue for food aid, a checkout worker in a British supermarket and a depressed university student have in common? They're all being sifted by some form of artificial intelligence. The author feels there would be less accountability. ... See MoreSee Less
AI is helping to fake the art thieves. The computer, says Honig, can pick up “so many more details, so much more easily”. Take windmills: hundreds of pictures featuring them fill her Brueghel database. The algorithm has picked up identical images of the structures in multiple paintings. It can even show when a replica has been flipped. And it has helped to pinpoint exact copies of lions, dogs and other figure ... See MoreSee Less