IT industry to infuse big buck in automation, AI in 2019 — Tech-Economic Times

Nasscom has projected exports to grow at 7-9 per cent for 2018-19, almost same as the previous fiscal, but domestic revenue may grow faster at 10-12 per cent

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Training machines sans bias will only augment humans: AWS executive — Tech-Economic Times

Last year, Facebook Artificial Intelligence Researchers (FAIR) had to shut down one of its Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems after chatbots started speaking in their own language, defying the codes provided.

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Is Artificial Intelligence(AI) is revolving the eCommerce in Future? — Mobile Apps, Web Development and Digital Marketing Firm in India

When you talk about Artificial Intelligence there are many changes that has been grown and implemented over different platforms and specially over eCommerce platform. The technology has been attracting everyone to get more innovative into the online market. Artificial Intelligence in eCommerce is revolutionizing by shaping the world of online shopping experience by creating new […]

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China’s AI start-up Megvii raising $500 million at $3.5 billion valuation: sources — Reuters: Technology News

Chinese artificial intelligence provider Megvii Inc, commonly known as Face++, is targeting to raise $500 million in a new funding round that pegs the current valuation of the firm at $3.5 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.

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When algorithms go wrong we need more power to fight back, say AI researchers — The Verge – Tech Posts

Governments and private companies are deploying AI systems at a rapid pace, but the public lacks the tools to hold these systems accountable when they fail. That’s one of the major conclusions in a new report issued by AI Now, a research group home to employees from tech companies like Microsoft and Google and affiliated…

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