In 2021, Nikhil Kamath, founder of Zerodha, defeated five-time world champion Vishwanathan Anand in chess with the help of computers (he confessed later on) at a celebrity fundraiser. The controversy sparked discussions around the use of AI in the game of chess. As India is all set to host the 44th edition of the Chess Olympiad in Mahabalipuram starting on July 28, let's look at how AI has impacted the game of chess. The earliest mention of technology in chess can be traced back to the 18th century when Austrian empress Maria Theresa commissioned a chess-playing machine. Many players competed against the'Mechanical Turk', thinking it was an automated machine.
Grand master Viswanathan Anand and sports minister Anurag Thakur were Times of India's guest editor on Saturday, 18th June. Sports guest editors Viswanathan Anand and Anurag Thakur talk to TOI about the game-changing dynamics of the Chess Olympiad... Viswanathan Anand has decided to don a new hat. The five-time world chess champion, who is still an active p layer at 52 and has defeated the world's top player, Magnus Carlsen, twice recently, will contest for the post of deputy president in the FIDE (world chess body) elections. He is also the face of the Chess Olympiad, which will be held in India for the very first time, in Chennai in July-August this year. Anand, looking relaxed in a light summer coat, joined sports minister Anurag Thakur during an interaction with TOI in the Capital on Saturday. The two Guest Sports Editors talked about the way ahead for chess, plans to popularise the sport at the grassroots level and stage more international tournaments to give aspiring youngsters exposure to top-quality chess. Excerpts from the interaction... India is hosting such a big chess event for the first time since the Anand versus Carlsen battle in 2003.
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With the pandemic changing the job scenario and opening up newer avenues, upskilling has become a necessity, with a record high of 79 percent of professionals (including freshers) planning to upskill this year. Another 11 percent of respondents said they are considering the option. According to a report by edtech company Great Learning, titled'Upskilling Outlook in India 2022', the emergence of newer domains like Web 3.0, metaverse, NFTs, etc., has propelled this growth. Meanwhile, data science, artificial intelligence (AI), and software development were the top domains for upskilling, with over 43 percent of the respondents expressing their intent in data-focused domains, such as data science, AI, machine learning, and analytics, it added. Based on internal data from Great Learning, a survey was conducted by Pyxis with about 1,000 respondents from cities, including Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Pune. Respondents were from information technology (IT) and business process management (BPM), banking, education and training, and automobiles, among other industries.
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Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], November 19 (ANI/NewsVoir): DeepSphere.AI, an EdTech company with its presence in Palo Alto, USA and Chennai, India offering a wide range of foundation, intermediate, and advanced courses on Artificial Intelligence for students and professionals, achieves 100% personalization of learning by providing personalized study materials, lab projects, and assessments on its on-cloud intelligent Learning Management System (iLMS). It also achieves 100% student engagement, besides boosting the learning potential of students by 96%. Available on a subscription model for schools, colleges & universities, organizations and self-employed, iLMS offers recommendations and feedback on the learning speed, ability, and participation of students, as they learn. DeepSphere.AI maps and reviews the goals of learners and takes appropriate corrective action to help students realize their goals. Founded in September 2018, DeepSphere.AI's team comprises board members of the University of California, lead instructors, MIT learning facilitators, Harvard PhDs, Stanford alumni, industry leaders, and entrepreneurs.
Honeywell's global businesses have a strong legacy in India, built over the last eight decades. It delivers industry-specific solutions like aerospace products and services, control technologies for buildings and performance materials. Currently, it employs close to 13,000 people across different locations, including Bengaluru, Chennai, Gurugram, Dehradun, Hyderabad, Madurai, and Pune. At the centre of everything that Honeywell does, lies its data science team, which adds value by transforming products and services. They work on a wide array of key functional areas, including product development, advanced image, speech and audio recognition, text and video analytics, regression analytics and face detection.
Thiruvananthapuram: Niharika Haridas, a first year BTech student of VIT Chennai who hails from Poojapura, has bagged an award at the Intel Al Global Impact Festival 2021 in artificial intelligence. She worked along with her team'Kishan Know' which consisted of three first-year BTech mechatronics and automation students from VIT Chennai. "We had high hopes and we are proud of this award. It was a breath-taking moment for us to see India's name on the screen. So happy to be a part of this," said Niharika.
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Take for instance, Bengaluru-based artist Raghava K K, who is in the US at the moment, collaborating with painting robots, scientists and technologists to create an artwork, six years in the making. Just this week, Terrain.art unveiled India's first artificial intelligence non-fungible token (NFT) art exhibition'Intertwined Intelligences', which explores the relationship between artificial intelligence (AI) and human creativity. The show, which features international AI artists, is curated by Bengaluru-based Harshit Agrawal who shot to fame with his work'The Anatomy of Dr Algorithm', where he fed images of surgeries into an algorithm and used AI to create Rembrandt-inspired art based on the images of everything from organs to fibroids. What AI does is that it uses algorithms to predict behaviour through patterns. So the more patterns give a machine for a painting, the greater precision with which the requests are processed to get a final outcome.