China is gambling on Artificial Intelligence and is also financing in Artificial Intelligence and positioning Artificial Intelligence on a level that none of the other countries is doing, as mentioned by Abishur Prakash, a thinker, and writer of books regarding the consequence of artificial intelligence (AI) on geopolitics. As growth in Artificial Intelligence increases, a few in the United States worry that the aptitude of China's influential central government to marshal statistics and decant assets into the area will force it to move ahead. The state has declared a huge amount to finance the newly started businesses, released programs to persuade investigators from abroad and rationalized its data policies. It has also declared news-reading robots and Artificial Intelligence -power-driven tactics for international associations. Maybe most disturbing to the United States are its efforts to include it into its armed forces.
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The global online language learning market is expected to post a CAGR close to 18% during the period 2019-2023, according to the latest market research report by Technavio. Cost benefits of online language learning programs are the key criteria fostering their popularity over conventional offline language learning programs. Costs associated with classroom space, equipment, and other physical amenities do not apply to online language learning programs. Moreover, with the rapid digital penetration globally, online language learning apps and software are easily accessible. Furthermore, advantages like easy registration, flexibility of timings, customized learning materials, live chats and forums, immediate feedback on quizzes and tests, and self-paced learning are the holistic benefits of online language learning courses over offline learning.
Facility to open in early 2020 and focus on accelerating digital transformation in the industry, and upskilling the workforce with AI. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – Microsoft today announced that it will open an AI Centre of Excellence for Energy in the United Arab Emirates – a global first for the company – to empower organisations in the industry in accelerating digital transformation, equipping the workforce with AI skills, as well as collaborating on coalitions to address sustainability and safety challenges. The company revealed its plans at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2019, held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi. Supported by partners that include ABB, Accenture, AVEVA, Baker Hughes, C3.ai, Emerson, Honeywell, Maana, Rockwell Automation, Schlumberger, and Sensia, the Microsoft AI Centre of Excellence is expected to open in early 2020. The centre will support organizations to accelerate their digital journeys and drive innovation through active engagements with leading technologies and industry partners, as well as equipping the workforce with necessary AI readiness towards closing the skills gaps and enhancing employability.
Cooking robots and tastier recipes: Japanese electronics giant Sony on Wednesday launched a new artificial intelligence unit they hope will change the way we cook and eat. The new research arm, Sony AI, will operate in Japan, Europe and the United States and also focus on the traditional areas of gaming, imaging and sensor equipment, as well as "gastronomy". The firm that produced the PlayStation franchise and the "Spider-man" movie series is the latest multinational tech company wanting a piece of the pie in the food business, where data are increasingly driving new dishes to pique the palate. "AI and robotics will not replace chefs. We are aiming to offer new tools to expand their creativity with AI and robotics," Sony spokesman Shinichi Tobe told AFP. "The field of food requires a study of molecular structures. By using AI and its analytical capacity, we can create new things," Tobe said.
"Digital transformation has become the mainstay for all businesses today and one of the drivers of this revolution is Artificial Intelligence (AI). There is no denying that AI is destroying seemingly insurmountable business barriers at an all astounding rate. Today, AI is instrumental in transforming the way all industries work – from dynamic manufacturing, healthcare industries or the rapidly evolving automotive and power sector," says Yeshraj Singh, Strategic Initiatives Leader – Digital Transformation, QuEST Global in an article published by Energetica India.
Environmental conflicts have emerged as major issues that deeply affect the socio-economic state of a region and/or an entire nation. These conflicts are related to natural resources, land, wildlife, supply chains etc. The crises are widespread around the globe and it is increasing rapidly. According to the Environmental Justice Atlas, India has the most number of environmental conflicts, followed by Colombia and Nigeria. For instance, approximately 66% of all civil cases in the Supreme court of India are related to the land disputes for more than 2.5 million hectares of land.
Businesses are expected to spend as much as $97.9 billion annually on AI projects by 2023, up from just $37.5 billion this year, IDC forecasts. But there's still some debate about what qualifies as true AI. When China's state-run Xinhua News Agency last year announced that it had created the "world's first" AI news anchor, some in the industry balked. The digital anchor was built to move and speak as a normal anchor would, but its underlying technology leaned closer to machine learning than true artificial intelligence. Perhaps the simplest definition of what constitutes AI came from one of the founders of the discipline, Stanford University Professor John McCarthy, who died in 2011.
The Indian market was destined to change with the unprecedented smartphone adoption that the nation experienced recently. These smart little devices empower every person with round-the-clock internet connectivity after all. To give you a picture, the digital payments in India are expected to increase to USD132.2 billion by 2023, or more than double its market value of USD63.8 in 2019. Digital, surely, is the future! But how can businesses – especially the ones in tier II and tier III markets – make the most out of it?
AI-enabled networks are going to employ advanced data analytics which will create methods wise, adaptive, self-aware, prescriptive and proactive. Ultimately, increasing usage of AI in controlling networks will play a major role in decreasing associated operating expenses and in addressing a lot of the obstacles that service providers have suggested are actually preventing insights from information being acted upon. With unprecedented growth in smartphone penetration, the democratization of web, Hd video use and use of advanced technologies as VR and AR, massive quantities of information are constantly reaching a mobile community today. The Ericsson Mobility Report predicts that the complete movable details visitors each month inside the region is actually likely to increase by more than 7 times between 2018 to 2024. As outlined by an Ericsson, suppliers from Southeast Asia, Oceania and India want more AI in the network of theirs as they think it is going to serve as an important component for dealing with the improved traffic and other complexities.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) at HBKU aims to deliver innovative programs that meet educational needs in the fields of humanities and social sciences for Qatar and the region. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) invites applications for Open Rank positions in the field of Translation Studies. The successful candidate will have long-standing experience in the field of Intercultural and Literary Translation, or Machine Translation, Artificial Intelligence and/or Terminology, a dynamic and innovative research agenda, as evidenced through an internationally recognized, strong record of peer-reviewed publications. The candidate will work closely with other programs in the college, in particular the PhD Program in Humanities and Social Sciences, and with national, regional and international partners and stakeholders. The candidate will be expected to teach graduate courses at MA and PhD level, applying a range of methodologies for teaching and assessment, contribute to all levels of curriculum development in the area(s) of specialty including the development of the interdisciplinary PhD in Humanities and Social Sciences.