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Top Emerging NLP Companies in India

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These days everyone needs their machines to talk, and the only way by which a computer can communicate is through Natural Language Processing (NLP). Take the case of Alexa, a conversational item by Amazon. An inquiry is passed to it by the mode of voice, and it can answer by a similar medium, i.e., voice. The market situation of NLP is quite promising. The buzz of NLP in the market is increasing in an aggressive way which is expected to reach the mark of $ 16 billion by 2021 with the compound growth rate of 16 % yearly.


From Coursera to Omdena in 1 year

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Throughout the rest of my high school, I learned about game development, advanced data structures and algorithms, but not much about AI. The only exposure I had to Machine Learning was this website here, which didn't make a whole lot of sense to me back then. Fast forward, I returned to India and was attending Eastern Public School, finishing up my 12th grade with an International Baccalaureate diploma. I started the Stanford University Machine Learning course taught by Dr. Andrew Ng, http://ml-class.org/. The best part is it does not use any high level libraries to teach the concepts to you, so you have to use MATLAB to answer all the programming assignments.


Top 8 Hands-On Books For Machine Learning Practitioners

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Machine learning is a vast field. Thanks to the internet, there are plenty of resources available to get your hands on it -- from books to blogs to vlogs. Analytics India Magazine has been compiling learning resources for the ML community for quite some time now. In this article, we list down top machine learning books for those who want to get practical with algorithms. Written by Keras creator and Google AI researcher François Chollet, this book builds your understanding through intuitive explanations and practical examples.


AI for Youth Uses Intel Technology to Solve Real-World Problems

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In Bangalore, India, 10th grader Rahul Jaikrishna developed Cyber Detective – an artificial intelligence-based model that detects cyber bullying with an accuracy of up to 80%. Fourteen-year-old Jaikrishna was inspired after learning that "confession pages" created by school students – online diaries on social media where young people post confessions and secrets – often make teens easy targets for bullying. Jaikrisha didn't learn AI programming in his everyday 10th grade syllabus. He picked it up via the Intel AI for Youth program, which launched in 2019 in three countries and was offered at his school. This year, AI for Youth will scale to nine countries.


IMD Plans To Use Artificial Intelligence In Weather Forecasting

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The India Meteorological Department is planning to use artificial intelligence in weather forecasting, especially for issuing nowcasts, which can help improve 3-6 hours prediction of extreme weather events, its Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra said on Sunday. The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, he said, is not as prevalent as it is in other fields and it is relatively new in the area of weather forecasting. The IMD has invited research groups who can study how artificial intelligence be used for improving weather forecasting and the Ministry of Earth Sciences is evaluating their proposals, Mohapatra said. The IMD, according to him, is also planning to do collaborative studies on this with other institutions. The IMD uses different tools like radars, satellite imagery, to issue nowcasts, which gives information on extreme weather events occurring in the next 3-6 hours.


IMD plans to use artificial intelligence in weather forecasting

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NEW DELHI: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) is planning to use artificial intelligence in weather forecasting, especially for issuing nowcasts, which can help improve 3-6 hours prediction of extreme weather events, its Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra said on Sunday. He said the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning is not as prevalent as it is in other fields and it is relatively new in the area of weather forecasting. The IMD has invited research groups who can study how artificial intelligence (AI) be used for improving weather forecasting and the Ministry of Earth Sciences is evaluating their proposals, Mohapatra said. He said the IMD is also planning to do collaborative studies on this with other institutions. The IMD uses different tools like radars, satellite imagery, to issue nowcasts, which gives information on extreme weather events occurring in the next 3-6 hours.


IMD plans to use artificial intelligence in weather forecasting

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The IMD uses different tools like radars, satellite imagery, to issue nowcasts, which gives information on extreme weather events occurring in the next 3-6 hours. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) is planning to use artificial intelligence in weather forecasting, especially for issuing nowcasts, which can help improve 3-6 hours prediction of extreme weather events, its Director-General Mrutunjay Mohapatra said on Sunday. He said the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning is not as prevalent as it is in other fields and it is relatively new in the area of weather forecasting. The IMD has invited research groups who can study how artificial intelligence (AI) be used for improving weather forecasting and the Ministry of Earth Sciences is evaluating their proposals, Mohapatra said. He said the IMD is also planning to do collaborative studies on this with other institutions.


SuperPro.AI by Analytics Vidhya

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Analytics Vidhya was created with a mission to create the next generation data science ecosystem in India. Today, we help millions of people and stream millions of hours of videos every month. Tens of thousands of people participate in our hackathons every weekend and thousands of people are finding meaningful career opportunities through our portal today. We couldn't thank our community members enough for this. I could not have imagined this impact when we started Analytics Vidhya.


The AI-boost: Using more artificial intelligence will boost GDP growth

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A PwC study in 2017 estimated the world would gain $15.7 trillion by 2030 if artificial intelligence (AI) was adopted across nations. The study said that AI would first lead to productivity enhancement, and a major portion of gains would accrue from consumer-side effects. China, it had said, could see its GDP rising by around a fourth as it was using AI more aggressively. Although the study did not estimate how much India would gain from using AI, new research by Icrier along with Nasscom and Google shows that even a marginal increase in artificial intelligence adoption may add 2.5% to GDP in the immediate term. Moreover, it highlights that if the government spends the Rs 7,000 crore it had envisaged for the national AI programme, GDP could get boosted by as much as $86 billion.


The AI-boost: Using more artificial intelligence will boost GDP growth - The Financial Express

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A PwC study in 2017 estimated the world would gain $15.7 trillion by 2030 if artificial intelligence (AI) was adopted across nations. The study said that AI would first lead to productivity enhancement, and a major portion of gains would accrue from consumer-side effects. China, it had said, could see its GDP rising by around a fourth as it was using AI more aggressively. Although the study did not estimate how much India would gain from using AI, new research by Icrier along with Nasscom and Google shows that even a marginal increase in artificial intelligence adoption may add 2.5% to GDP in the immediate term. Moreover, it highlights that if the government spends the Rs 7,000 crore it had envisaged for the national AI programme, GDP could get boosted by as much as $86 billion.