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Robo-X by Flytxt helps marketers to provide customised value-added service to every single customer using AI.
Researchers designed RSTAR to function simply and reliably, change shape and overcome common obstacles without any external mechanical intervention.
In a day and age where Artificial Intelligence is finding a prominent space in every aspect of an individual’s life, this storytelling session introspects on the impact of the same.
A system, called Decagon, could help doctors make better decisions about which drugs to prescribe and help researchers find better combinations of drugs to treat complex diseases
Google's 'Duplex' could soon replace call centres.
The CEERI-Nvidia Centre of Excellence will be powered by a five-petaflop AI supercomputer.
The main objective of the conference is to provide a platform for discussing and exchanging views on various web services computing techniques, artificial intelligence, machine learning and others.
Artificial Intelligence courses for undergrads need of the hour: Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan at India Innovation Summit curtainraiser
'AI courses should be incorporated at the undergraduate level across all disciplines like humanities and social sciences. AI will be crucial for us and everyone needs to know it.'
The 14th edition of the summit will focus on the new age technologies like AI, machine learning and block chain technologies, said Kris Gopalakrishnan.
The Pixxel team is working on solutions to various problems by using satellite tech and AI while also gunning for the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered systems can deliver better quality medical care than a vast majority of doctors today,” said political analyst and former head of TCS Healthcare.
The Artificial Intelligence Task Force was constituted in February 2018 to study the strategic implications of AI in national security perspective and in global context.
The large, round, plastic robot head is part of SpaceX's latest supply delivery to the International Space Station.
The system can detect changes in sugar levels using a small radar device which sends high-frequency radio waves into liquids containing various levels of glucose.