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    Artificial Intelligence

    The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence is an international scientific society devoted to promote research in, and responsible use of, artificial intelligence.

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    Medikabazaar offers 200 jobs to laid-off Zomato staff
    Business

    Medikabazaar offers 200 jobs to laid-off Zomato staff

    Over 500 people who were sacked by food delivery platform Zomato earlier this month have a saviour in Medikabazaar - an online B2B platform for medical supplies.

    Zomato executives protest as company claims efficiency
    Technology

    Zomato executives protest as company claims efficiency

    As thousands of Zomato delivery executives in Bengaluru and Mumbai protested against the revised rate cards, the online food aggregator on Monday said that reduced average delivery time (less than 30 minutes) has enabled its delivery partners to perform more deliveries in the same amount of time.

    Zomato lays off 541 staffers, says blame it on automation
    Business

    Zomato lays off 541 staffers, says blame it on automation

    Food delivery platform Zomato on Saturday said that it has laid off 541 people 10 per cent of the company's strength across customer, merchant and delivery partner support teams.

    Udacity announces Data, AI and Cloud Computing scholarships
    National

    Udacity announces Data, AI and Cloud Computing scholarships

    Global learning platform Udacity on Saturday announced that applications were open for 15,000 scholarships in Data, AI, and Cloud-Computing funded by German multinational corporation Bertelsmann.

    Australia's Deakin University to establish as knowledge partner in India
    National

    Australia's Deakin University to establish as knowledge partner in India

    Ranked amongst the top 1 per cent of world universities and one of Australia's largest, the Deakin University has planned to establish itself as a knowledge partner in India to provide solutions in areas of critical importance to the government, industry and academia.

    OnePlus to invest Rs 1,000 cr in Hyderabad R&D facility
    National

    OnePlus to invest Rs 1,000 cr in Hyderabad R&D facility

    Opening its first R&D centre in India on Monday, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus said it plans to invest Rs 1,000 crore in their facility in Hyderabad over the next three years, making it the company's biggest such centre globally.

    AI-based tech upgrade in UP buses to curb accidents
    National

    AI-based tech upgrade in UP buses to curb accidents

    The Uttar Pradesh government is trying out anti-collision devices on state transport buses to bring down high accident rates.

    (RELEASE NOW) Applied Intelligence (Column: Spy's Eye)
    National

    (RELEASE NOW) Applied Intelligence (Column: Spy's Eye)

    is happening on the quiet to push the world from the Information Age to the overpowering Age of Intelligence is felt but not consciously absorbed by the leaders of business and industry including those responsible for Corporate Governance. They are aware that comprehensive information was needed today for successful decision-making in any sphere and that all enterprises therefore had to make an investment on gathering and analysing information that was either available in the open or accessed through channels created with some special effort. The open sources of information broadly include publications, online material, seminars and conferences, public contacts and even trade exhibitions. The advent of the Age of Information gave instant access to any information that was put in the public domain and therefore any competitive advantage a player could derive from it would be incumbent upon the latter's ability to use competent analysis to read into that open information some significance for the future that others had not noted. Analysis thus becomes an instrument of Intelligence generation.

    Media quoted Ramesh Pokhriyal on Sanskrit out of context: MHRD
    Politics

    Media quoted Ramesh Pokhriyal on Sanskrit out of context: MHRD

    The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) on Sunday clarified that the media quoted Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank out of context with regard to his views on Sanskrit language.

    Making privacy controls more easily accessible: Google CEO
    Business

    Making privacy controls more easily accessible: Google CEO

    Google is working towards making privacy controls more easily accessible, expanding its incognito mode to maps and adding new auto delete controls, the company's CEO Sundar Pichai has said.

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