From the upcoming Union Budget 2019, Nasscom is looking for TDS cut, FTC and more money for digital skilling in AI, IoT and 3D.
While the cloud robotics market is expected to touch 21.9 billion by 2024, the cybersecurity seems to be biggest challenge but 5G will make it safer, faster and speedier.
In 2019, we might see some unexpected trends taking industry by storm. What’s for certain though is the continued dominance of artificial intelligence, automation, machine learning and smart devices.
89 percent of CFO have not deployed AI in the finance function and only 10 percent of finance teams believe they have the skills to support the organization’s digital ambitions.
To make trains more safe by eliminating human errors, Central Railway has developed an AI-powered robot which would click pictures and record videos of the under-gears of trains and send them to engineers for repairs and maintenance.
Technology is evolving at a breakneck speed, and keeping up with a deluge of new emerging trends can be challenging for enterprises.
IT Industry must watch out for new innovation in augmented reality, artificial intelligence and cyber security in 2019
Trends that captured everyone’s attention in 2018 will continue to play a key role in the coming year as well. Below are the top 5 IT industry trends to watch out for in 2019.
In recent years, the quality in artificial intelligence-driven transcription services has improved considerably.
After the recent appointment of Amardeep Vishwakarma as its new CTO, Shine.com, India’s 2nd largest job portal, is set to augment its overall technology function.