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

Cognizant on acquisition spree

Cognizant revealed its plans to acquire Servian, an Australia-based, enterprise transformation consultancy firm specialising in data analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), digital services, and Cloud, for an undisclosed sum. Continue Reading

IBM unveils Tej app powered by AI

IBM and Emerald Jewel Industry India Limited have unveiled the Tej mobile app, a ‘first-of-its-kind’ Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled mobile application platform powering the B2B business. Continue Reading

AI, ML, 5G, IoT will be most important in 2021: Study

Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) are going to be the most important technologies in 2021, said a new study by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Continue Reading

Apollo to use AI for stroke management

Apollo Hospitals Group has announced a partnership with India Medtronic Private Limited to integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) for advanced stroke management for the first time in India. Continue Reading

Data & AI may add 500 bn dollars to India’s GDP by 2025′

Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could add $450-500 billion to the country’s GDP by 2025 and to harness its full potential, India needs to take a coordinated action to enhance data and AI capabilities at scale across all sectors in the country, a new Nasscom report said on Tuesday. Continue Reading

Be updated on tech, AU V-C tells architects

Architects should always be open to continuous learning and keep themselves updated with the advancements in the industry and allied industries, said Anna University Vice-Chancellor M K Surappa. Continue Reading

350 students attend Ireland education fair

As many as 350 students attended the ‘Education in Ireland fair’ organised by Government of Ireland here recently.
According to a press release, the fair saw representatives from leading Irish institutes addressing, discussing programmes available, intakes, offer acceptance, campus life, accommodation, international student support and scholarships available with 350 students and parents here. Continue Reading

IIT Hyderabad creates course on AI, emerging tech

The Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad has announced the second cohort of Professional Certification Program in Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies for college students and young professionals in association with TalentSprint. Continue Reading