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The pandemic has accelerated the rollout of AI in enterprises across industry verticals. In a conversation with BusinessLine, Anil Bhasker, Cloud & Data platform Sales Leader, IBM Technology Sales, IBM India/South Asia said, India is uniquely positioned to succeed in the AI economy. How has the pandemic impacted the adoption of AI in Indian enterprises? …

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo is capable of assessing the severity of COVID-19 cases with a promising degree of accuracy. A study, which is part of the COVID-Net open-source initiative launched more than a year ago, involved researchers from Waterloo and spin-off start-up company DarwinAI, as well as …

Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have great potentials to bring revolutionary changes to legal practice. AI can be used to draw insights from past judicial decisions to predict future outcomes. In the criminal justice system, one essential aspect is sentencing. Much attention has been placed on how AI informs decisions about …

With the speed of AI and technology advancing at an ever-increasing rate, we are constantly asking, ‘What is the next frontier of technology, and how will it advance mankind?’ An answer: the creation of a digital twin for each and every one of us. What is a digital twin? Simply stated a digital twin is …

WASHINGTON — The science and technology arm of U.S. Special Operations Command is investing in edge computing, secure data sharing and other new technologies that it expects will shape the future of warfare against near-peer adversaries. Components across the Defense Department are trying to lock in emerging capabilities, such as artificial intelligence and new communications …

Data-driven enterprises getty Why is it so hard to become data-driven? It’s well understood that data provides cold, hard insights as to what’s going on in the business. And data-driven initiatives are delivering the goods. Is it decision-makers’ resistance to being one-upped by a machine? Is it a lack of full trust in data being …

In this new age, customisation isn’t just another box to tick but the very key to engagement with the end user. By Neeraj Sinha In this new age, customisation isn’t just another box to tick but the very key to engagement with the end user. Like all other services, with this new age of personalisation …

ITU Many enterprises are turning to technology to increase efficiency and ‘green’ their own operations. But the ICT sector itself is currently one of the fastest growing greenhouse gas-emitting and energy-consuming sectors. What more can be done to reduce our own carbon footprint? Whether monitoring natural disasters or energy consumption or innovating the exciting new …

Algorithms similar to those used by Netflix, Amazon, and Facebook may lead to better comprehension of the biological language of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson disease (PD) and Alzheimer disease (AD), according to a research article published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Researchers highlight that intracellular phase separation of proteins …

Diversified Hero Group on Tuesday launched a new education technology venture, Hero Vired, with the promoter Munjal family committing over USD 10 million (around Rs 75 crore) to offer learners overall professional development to make them industry-ready for employment. Hero Vired said it has partnered with top global universities, including …