This post is co-written by Chiranjeev Ghai, ML Engineer at zomato. zomato is a global food-tech company based in India. Are you the kind of person who has very specific cravings? Maybe when the mood hits, you don’t want just any kind of Indian food—you want Chicken Chettinad with a side of paratha, and nothing […]
New Delhi: Amidst the growing realty of hybrid workplaces emerging as the new normal, myjen.ai, a fast growing AI powered communication skills coaching company driven by data sciences and cloud computing today announced the launch of its AI based Learning & Development products kWurd, an email writing AI coach application and uSpeek, an AI based tool to improve verbal communication skills. The global AI training dataset market size was valued at USD 956.5 million in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.5%. It mines data to show inherent de-railing patterns across teams, functions and geographies, providing invaluable insights for individuals and organizations ultimately delivering business performance. Announcing the launch Shammi Pant, Co-Founder, myJen.ai said " In the new normal emerging from the pandemic, increasingly as people are moving towards a future of work with hybrid workplaces, new-age technologies will play a major role towards enabling effective virtual communication. This includes AI based products and solutions that help enhance communication and interpersonal skills.
MY 85-year-old uncle was hospitalised due to ageing issues at a private hospital in Kolkata, India. In the intensive care unit, he contracted Covid-19 from another patient whose infection the hospital was not even aware of. It took the hospital days to figure out that many of its ICU patients, doctors and other professionals were already infected. The pandemic shows us the inequality of healthcare access. This collective global experience will invariably lead to demands of massive upscaling of healthcare.
A new research Titled "Global Artificial Intelligence Platform Market 2020 Research Report" provides the Professional and In-depth evaluation of scope of current and future market and review of Product Specification, market trend, product type and production analysis considering major factors such as Facts and figure, revenue generated from the sales of this Report, market share and growth rate for each type and application, Gross Margin, key factors driving to the market. The Artificial Intelligence Platform market will reach Volume Million USD in 2019 and CAGR xx% 2015-2019. The report Primarly enlists the basic details of industry based on the fundamental overview of Artificial Intelligence Platform market chain structure, and describes industry surroundings, the development of the market through upstream & downstream, industry overall, investment analysis, manufacturing cost structure, industry policies, plans and development, key players will drive key business decisions and makes a scientific prediction for the development industry prospects on the basis of past, present and forecast data related to the Artificial Intelligence Platform market from 2020-2024. The Scope of the global Artificial Intelligence Platform market mainly focuses on globally, it primarily covers the Artificial Intelligence Platform Market in USA, Canada and Mexico, Artificial Intelligence Platform Market in Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy, global Artificial Intelligence Platform market in China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia, global Artificial Intelligence Platform market in Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Global market in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa. The firstly global Artificial Intelligence Platform market describes the market overview, Upstream, Technology, Cost Structure.
As per the Data Science Skills Study 2020, more than 10% of the machine learning and data science practitioners learn from various online sources, such as massive online open courses or MOOCs, online certifications and courses, online videos hosted on such platforms as well as LinkedIn and YouTube, among others. On the other hand, traditional formats like university certifications and courses are at the lower end of the spectrum of preference, which is 5.7%. The one main reason behind this is the dearth of AI teachers among institutions and academia. To get an industry perspective on this, Analytics India Magazine caught up with a few experts in this field who explained the reasons behind the void and helped in understanding how these issues can be addressed. The use of artificial intelligence-based solutions has been proliferating in everyday life, starting from the shopping experience to financial transactions.
A group of researchers from IIT Kharagpur in West Bengal has successfully predicted the presence of arsenic in groundwater and its adverse effect on human health in affected areas using Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms on environmental, geological and human usage parameters. They also successfully managed to delineate the high and low arsenic zones across the Ganges River delta using AI and quantify the number of people exposed. Madhumita Chakraborty, the lead author of the paper, said, "Our AI models predict the occurrence of high arsenic in groundwater across more than half of the Ganges River delta, covering more than 25% area in each of the 19 out of 25 administrative zones in West Bengal. A total of 30.3 million people are estimated to be exposed to severely high As-hazard within the Ganges River delta." The AI findings will be a boon in the Eastern states where arsenic has been a concern, especially along the banks of the Ganga for almost two decades, putting millions of people at severe health risk.
Are you an AI enthusiast who wants to keep abreast of the latest developments in space but do not know where to begin? This Mumbai-based computer science engineer may have an answer for you. With the number of papers and publications that are published each week growing exponentially, one of the biggest challenges for the AI and machine learning enthusiasts is to pick the papers that are trending in the space. There are very few dedicated platforms that host the archives of the technical papers and even fewer websites that surface and suggest top trending papers in AI, ML, computer vision and related domains. In fact, 42papers is one of a kind initiative that lets tech enthusiasts pick from the top trending papers.
With the continuation of COVID disruption, businesses are still relying on webinars to carry out their marketing strategies. Although the concept of webinars has always been there, the pandemic has provided great importance to it while engaging audiences in the comforts of their home. Not only these webinars are a shorter form of conferences, saving an ample amount of time, but also turns out to be extremely convenient for attendees to get their hands-on industry insights, latest tools and technologies. Further to this, webinars have also proven to be a great learning resource for many enthusiasts as well as professionals. Alongside, with artificial intelligence gaining its massive momentum amid COVID, the number of webinars on AI is also rapidly increasing. About: Organised by Analytics India Magazine, in association with ISIMA, this webinar will cover the three generations of data architecture and what lies ahead.
The change in Indian agriculture began with the Green Revolution, which was trailed by accomplishments of large achievements: Blue revolution, white revolution, yellow and Bio-Technology revolutions. In India, agriculture is the core sector for food security, nutritional security, and sustainable development & for poverty alleviation. Around 64% of the total labor force is occupied with horticulture or agribusiness based businesses. After independence, there has been noteworthy development in Indian agriculture with the grain production ascending to 273.83 million tons this year. All things considered, there are enormous challenges to be analyzed to enhance the agricultural growth in India.
What's New: At the inaugural all.ai INAI is an initiative to apply AI to population scale problems in the Indian context, with a focus on identifying and solving challenges in the healthcare and smart mobility segments through strong ecosystem collaboration. "With its unique strengths of talent, technology, data availability, and the potential for population-scale AI adoption, India has this tremendous opportunity to lead human-centric applications and democratize AI for the world. Our aspiration is to make AI synonymous with India as we strive to achieve the true potential of AI in critical segments like healthcare, smart mobility and the future of work by advancing innovation, research, technology and skills. The launch of the Applied AI Research Center, initiatives to train students on AI readiness skills and the all.ai