Artificial Intelligence

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
Valli Bollavaram, Vice President - Enterprise Data & Business Intelligence Engineering, Target India.

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.
AMPLIFY will be offered as a cloud- based service in three levels, along with Xavient’s other predictive analytic services. (Photo/Xavient )

Xavient launches Artificial Intelligence platform AMPLIFY

Xavient Artificial Intelligence platform AMPLIFY leverages AI and Analytics to bolster prediction, recommendation, and customer experience.
The new platform allows testing teams to integrate tools from players such as Conformiq, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Intel Saffron, Sauce Labs, Tableau, Tricentis and Worksoft, along with key Accenture innovations, to bring new enterprise software solutions to market faster and with higher quality. (Photo/Agency)

Accenture launches artificial intelligence based touchless testing platform

The Accenture Touchless Testing Platform brings together open source, commercial and Accenture proprietary tools and algorithms to automate, touchless testing process for software.
"Our study suggests the recent hype is causing some confusion and fear among companies, who may not really understand how it’s already being used and helping them every day. Businesses need to focus on using AI to develop applications that provide real value for customers to improve their experiences rather than overhyping the technology itself," said Don Schuerman, vice president, product marketing and CTO, Pegasystems. (Photo/Agency)

Overhype is doing more harm than good to artificial intelligence: Study

People are confused about what artificial intelligence (AI) really does, resulting in misplaced fears that inhibit them from embracing AI-based technology, said a global study from American software firm Pegasystems.
Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Founder & CEO - Paytm (Photo/Paytm)

Paytm invests in AI, Big Data focused healthcare startup QorQl

Healthcare sector largely works on an acute shortage of information both on the consumer side and on the side of healthcare professionals. Hence, there is a need of real time data collection and of improving the overall care process with advanced analytics and AI, said Sudhanshu Gupta, vice president, Paytm.
Aniketh Jain, CEO & CO-Founder of Solutions Infini

Chatbots are far from being intelligent

We were promised that chatbots would transform the way we interact with businesses and services, but the truth of the matter is that they are far from being intelligent, writes Aniket Jain of Solutions Infini
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