Young Builders Challenge for school students in India

Amazon Web Services has announced the AWS Young Builders Challenge, an initiative focused on providing school students in India an opportunity to understand and explore computer science, cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI). Continue Reading

OneMoney partners with Eureka AI

OneMoney Group, having in its group India’s first account aggregator licensed by the RBI, has announced a strategic partnership with Eureka AI, an enterprise software company whose products allow institutions to apply artificial intelligence to the large customer and open banking data sets to deliver intelligence at scale. Continue Reading

Initiative between govt, industry, academia to bring down mishaps

In a collaborative initiative between the government, industry, and academia towards advancing road safety, Intel, INAI, IIIT-H (International Institute of Information Technology-Hyderabad), CSIR-CRRI (Central Road Research Institute), Mahindra & Mahindra, and NMC (Nagpur Municipal Corporation) together launched Project iRASTE (intelligent Solutions for Road Safety through Technology and Engineering). Continue Reading

Stalin vows to personally monitor single window portal

Chief Minister M K Stalin, who has launched 2.0, a single window portal for the ease of doing business through which all clearances for starting the business could be obtained, has said he would personally monitor it. Continue Reading

‘India well-placed to apply AI to solve challenges’

Aadhaar architect Nandan Nilekani on Friday India is well-placed on the government and businesses fronts to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) in unique ways to solve challenges and tap into opportunities. Continue Reading

LG now sets sights on vehicle parts, AI

Leaving its ill-fated mobile business behind, LG Electronics will zero in on bolstering promising sectors, like vehicle components, connected devices and artificial intelligence (AI), industry observers said on Monday, hoping that the segments will fill the hole left by its money-losing unit. Continue Reading

83% Indians prefer AI tools to people in finances: Study

With the financial uncertainty created by Covid-19 changing who and what to trust to manage finances, 83 per cent of Indian consumers and business leaders now trust Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based tools more than humans, said a new study. Continue Reading