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Virtusa and WorkFusion launches Artificial Intelligence based bank sanction screening solution

VIrtusa Corporation and WorkFusion announced the launch of an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered sanction screening solution that will help banks reduce operational effort and manage false positives.
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SBI launches artificial intelligence based chatbot – SBI Intelligent Assistant; Here’s how it will reduce your dependence on bank officers

Chatbots are getting popular and it is not only the private banks that are taking the lead, now India’s biggest bank – State Bank of India has also forayed into this new technology as it launches an AI-powered chatbot.
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Shell Lubricants launches AI based Chabot; to unveil LubeChat to 10,000 users in 3 months

Shell Lubricants has launched Shell LubeChat, an artificial intelligence (AI) based digital platform designed to engage with its distribution sales representatives, maintenance heads, and service engineers.
OmniVision, Netradyne Driveri is commercially available now and is being actively deployed within several industry-leading commercial fleets. (Photo/Agency)

OmniVision, Netradyne launch intelligent camera system for commercial fleet

The new system combines HDR and low-light performance sensors with analytics software and cloud connectivity to improve algorithm accuracy in mixed-lighting driving conditions
Indian IT major HCL Technologies (HCL) has launched an artificial intelligence (AI) based 'cognitive orchestrated process autonomics (COPA)’ platform – DRYiCE for enterprise. (Photo/HCL)

HCL launches artificial intelligence platform for enterprises

DRYiCE COPA platform brings together robotic process automation (RPA), orchestration, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the natural language processing–enabled cognitive virtual assistant – ‘LUCY’
Bangalore based technology startup Absentia has launched the inaugural module of its animation tool Norah AI. (Photo/Absentia)

Bangalore based tech startup Absentia launches Norah AI for smart gaming

Norah AI can be used to create a wide array of interactive objects ranging from animations to entire games, all with the minimal human input, said Absentia
Infosys Finacle is part of EdgeVerve Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Infosys (Photo/Infosys Finacle)

Fintech startup Active.AI partners Infosys Finacle to offer enterprise AI platform for banks

Infosys Finacle announced a partnership with Active.AI, a Singapore based Fintech firm that offers an enterprise AI platform for banks
The NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute provides developers, data scientists and researchers with practical training on the use of the latest AI tools and technology (Photo/NVIDIA Corporation)

NVIDIA plans to train 100,000 developers on deep learning in 2017

To meet overwhelming demand, we are expanding the breadth and depth of our offerings, so developers worldwide can learn how to leverage this transformative technology,” said Greg Estes, vice president of developer programs, NVIDIA
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Will machine learning drive omnichannel shopping experience?

Machine Learning is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that provides computers with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed to and has a major role in helping achieve this ideal shopping scenario.
Retailers and tech industry players are investing in AI and creating opportunities that will disrupt incumbents, says Frost & Sullivan. (Photo/Agency)

Artificial Intelligence to boost retail industry: Frost & Sullivan

Artificial Intelligence applications like chat bots, marketing, and supply chain optimization will help strengthen customer relationships and create growth opportunities for retail industry said Frost & Sullivan.
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