Standard Cognition is first Amazon Go rival to unveil deal with stores

Image recognition startup will power cashier-less checkout for thousands of convenience store in Japan, with shops in the US and UK to follow.

31 July 2018, fastcompany.com

Congress demands Jeff Bezos explain Amazon’s face recognition software

As an “alarmed” bipartisan group of 25 Congressmen demanded answers from the Amazon CEO, the company suggested that regulation was needed.

27 July 2018, fastcompany.com

Autodesk’s Lego model-building robot is the future of manufacturing

The software giant’s BrickBot project shows how robots can learn to autonomously do complex tasks. For now it’s with Legos. The next step is in factories.

20 July 2018, fastcompany.com


Watch: Google’s AI boss focuses on ethics in wake of Project Maven controversy

Fei-Fei Li, the founder of AI4ALL, wants to educate the next generation to become socially responsible data scientists, but she’s dogged by her company’s ethics controversy.

19 July 2018, fastcompany.com

Robotics in business: Everything humans need to know

An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the $135 billion robotics market.

18 July 2018, zdnet.com

Inside Amazon’s $3.5 million competition to make Alexa chat like a human

Amazon’s Alexa Prize is a multimillion-dollar competition to build AI that can chat like a human. On the face of it, Amazon isn’t asking much: just create a chatbot using Alexa that can talk to a human for 20 minutes without messing up, and you get a $1.

13 June 2018, theverge.com


Inside Waymo’s strategy to grow the best brains for self-driving cars

For the first time, Waymo is lifting the curtain on what is arguably the most important (and most difficult-to-understand) piece of its technology stack. The company, which is ahead in the self-driving car race by most metrics, confidently asserts that its cars have the most advanced brains on the road today.

09 May 2018, theverge.com

Artificial intelligence is going to supercharge surveillance

Machine learning is helping CCTV cameras to analyze what we do in real time, creating a new and powerful form of automated surveillance.

23 January 2018, theverge.com

Sustained phenotypic correction in a mouse model of hypoalphalipoproteinemia with a helper-dependent adenovirus vector

As AI technology develops rapidly, it is widely recognized that ethical guidelines are required for safe and fair implementation in society. But is it possible to agree on what is ‘ethical AI’? A detailed analysis of 84 AI ethics reports around the world, from national and international organizations, companies and institutes, explores this question, finding a convergence around core principles but substantial divergence on practical implementation.

07 September 2006, nature.com


When machines pick stocks for you: Do quant funds suit you?

A quant fund is one in which the investment decision or the stock selection is done according to certain predefined rules based on a statistical or mathematical model.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com

01 January 0001, zdnet.com

Tata Steel adopts tech-based initiative for safe working inside factory, mines during pandemic

There are altogether 32,000 employees in Tata Steel across the country and 55,000 contractual workforce. Its manufacturing facities are- Tata Steel, Jamshedpur (Jharkhand), Kalinganagar (Odisa), Long products in Gamariah, Seraikela-Kharswan district of Jharkhand, one unit in Angul, Odisha.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com


Elon Musk confirms the future of cars, says Tesla 'very close' to level-5 autonomous driving technology

The technology has the capability to navigate roads without any driver input.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com

Artificial Intelligence could add $450-$500 billion to GDP by 2025: Nasscom

Nasscoms action plan recommends focusing on five key areas -- strategy, data, technology stack, talent and execution. According to the report, if India acts quickly, it can become a leader in building a holistic data utilization and AI effort, especially as countries emerge from the pandemic and global economic slowdown.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com

Installing check-in app, carrying immunity passport: How the world is rebooting to the new normal

Firms are using AI to track employees' movements and social distancing.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com


The rise of machines: Timeline of the evolution of Artificial Intelligence - ​First, what is the big fuss really?

In July, San Francisco-based OpenAI stunned everyone with the capabilities of its AI language model, the GPT-3. The text generator can pen fiction, compose poetry and write business memos — all without any human intervention. Simply put, it is being seen as a tool that brings machines a wee bit closer to mimicking human intelligence.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com

Increase in AI intensity by 1 unit can lead to 2.5 per cent increase in GDP: ICRIER

The economic effects of AI also include indirect effects on productivity, the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) said in the report titled 'Implications of AI on the Indian Economy'.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com

This tech boss has clocked more screen time than usual during WFH

Staqu Technologies CEO uses Apple smartwatch to calculate the calories burned during workouts.

01 January 0001, economictimes.com


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