Human activity recognition (HAR) is the method of detecting the physical activity of a person. It has a huge scope in the medical domain for supervision and health analysis. With the help of artificial intelligence, it can be performed using regularly available smartphone devices. For healthcare, HAR is often a part of an IoT framework. Using a cloud-based IoT system ensures maximum resource usage and data storage but comes with the challenges of high latency and bandwidth consumption.
The technological progression in India is changing the landscape of the education industry, especially as the sector integrates the latest advancements with the system seamlessly. With the pandemic catching the country off-guard and on-site education models coming to a halt, virtual classrooms and tech-enabled learning are catching pace. Aligning with the new normal, tech-enabled learning is reforming the education culture for the millennial learners. Edtech has not only escalated the game to a whole new level for educators and universities but is also anticipated to be the future of learning. The paradigm shift in the education sector is proving to be a necessary intervention as it's on its way to making learning more accessible and transformational for everyone alike.
The quest for national AI success has electrified the world--at last count, 44 countries have entered the race by creating their own national AI strategic plan. While the inclusion of countries like China, India, and the U.S. are expected, unexpected countries, including Uganda, Armenia, and Latvia, have also drafted national plans in hopes of realizing the promise. Our earlier posts, entitled "How different countries view artificial intelligence" and "Analyzing artificial intelligence plans in 34 countries" detailed how countries are approaching national AI plans, as well as how to interpret those plans. In this piece, we go a step further by examining indicators of future AI needs. Clearly, having a national AI plan is a necessary but not sufficient condition to achieve the goals of the various AI plans circulating around the world; 44 countries currently have such plans. In previous posts, we noted how AI plans were largely aspirational, and that moving from this aspiration to successful implementation required substantial public-private investments and efforts.
As AI advances and becomes more powerful, its impact on the global economy will grow significantly more prominent. It will dramatically impact virtually every aspect of the world economy, ranging from unemployment rates to economic growth, productivity, and income inequality, says Pavan, popularly known as Entrepreneur, Software Engineer and Investor. However, how exactly does AI impact the business world? How can artificial intelligence assist your business in growing? I could tell the most remarkable benefits of Artificial Intelligence that are helping to reshape the world that we know of today.
Satin Healthtech began when Sachdeva met her business partner, Bonny Dave. "Both of us had the same vision," she says. Dave also wanted to develop cancer screening and diagnostic tools. Unlike Sachdeva, his motivation came from a survival story. His grandmother received a breast cancer diagnosis but, fortunately, at an early stage.
With the third-largest ecosystem for startups in the world, India held opportunities for emerging businesses to accelerate innovation across industries, said Microsoft on Wednesday. To support the startup ecosystem in the country, the company has launched a programme, Microsoft AI Innovate, for nurturing and scaling startups that are leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI). Microsoft AI Innovate was aimed at bringing together startups, corporates, industry bodies, governments, and venture capital firms, to create a shared platform for learning and innovation, Microsoft said on Wednesday. This 10-week-long initiative would support startups in India leveraging AI technologies, helping them scale operations, drive innovation, and build industry expertise. The first cohort will focus on manufacturing and logistics and the second one will focus on fintech.
If you're one of those who are looking for a new and exciting job, we have great news for you. Since artificial intelligence is high on demand at present, many artificial intelligence companies are looking to hire artificial intelligence professionals in their teams. Here are the best artificial intelligence companies hiring in India right now. Google is an American multinational technology company that is an expert in Internet-related services and products that include online advertising technologies, cloud computing, a search engine, software, and hardware company. The company was founded in 1998 in California, United States.
In its efforts to support the startup ecosystem in the country, Microsoft has launched a program for nurturing and scaling startups that are leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI). Microsoft AI Innovate is a 10-week initiative that will support startups in India leveraging AI technologies, helping them scale operations, drive innovation, and build industry expertise. Both B2B and B2C startups from diverse industries including financial services, healthcare, education, agriculture, space, manufacturing and logistics, retail, and e-commerce are invited to participate in the quarterly cohorts of this immersive program. With the third largest ecosystem for startups in the world, India holds opportunities for emerging businesses to accelerate innovation across industries. Through this exclusive program, Microsoft will focus on providing tech and business opportunities to startups for improving their solutions, transforming their organizations and building responsibly to make AI accessible to everyone.
Youth are the most essential and promising segment of every country's population. India has a larger advantage over other countries in terms of becoming a global leader because we effectively tap into the youth's potential. Quality education is the only way to achieve this. With artificial intelligence's potential growth in India, now is the ideal time to incorporate AI in education to reap its benefits and prepare India's young for the future. Artificial intelligence has great potential in India.