BEIJING, BM, ($1 6.40 yuan) – The Chinese state media Global Times published a material in which it reveals that the pilots of the People's Liberation Army are pretending to use simulators with artificial intelligence. According to Liu Xuanzun, the process of training with artificial intelligence is two-way – the pilot learns to improve his skills, while artificial intelligence learns from the pilot's actions. There is already evidence that artificial intelligence developed in China is taking a serious advantage over pilots. In a recent "battle" between Chinese pilot Fang Guoyu, artificial intelligence won for the second time, according to the publication. China says the future of their fifth-generation J-20 fighter and next-generation fighters is based on the use of artificial intelligence.
Life can come at you in unpredictable ways, and having yourself safely insured is always a smart investment plan. The core of any insurance plan is to provide you with protection. Making small investments in insurance can provide you with financial security in advance. Now, with technological advancements and messaging platforms growing popular, the insurance sector has seen a significant surge in the way it has been running all along. Insurance is a data-driven sector and in the last many years, data corruption has been a persistent problem in this sector.
India is slowly yet steadily taking steps ahead to establish artificial intelligence in several domains. Where, NASSCOM President Debjani Ghosh had mentioned that, in order to make India realize its full AI potential, a coalition of government, industries, and startups are required to come up with the necessary infrastructure and policy support. This will aid in enabling AI innovation across various sectors thereby mentoring and providing financial backing to the startups. In addition, according to a report by Accenture, artificial intelligence is anticipated to add on $957 billion or 15% of India's present GDP value by the year 2035. The amalgamation of technology, information along with the possibility and ability to create intelligent systems has reached critical mass thereby navigating towards exceptional growth in AI investment.
Brussels – NATO leaders warned Monday that China's military ambitions pose "systemic challenges" to their alliance, and agreed to enhance ties with Japan and other Asia-Pacific nations to back the rules-based international order. The tough line against Beijing, taken in a communique released after the NATO summit, came as U.S. President Joe Biden rallies allies to counter what he calls autocracies like China and Russia that are challenging an open international order. "China's stated ambitions and assertive behavior present systemic challenges to the rules-based international order and to areas relevant to alliance security," said the communique from the 30-member organization that brings together North American and European countries. The leaders also expressed concerns over what they called China's coercive policies, while pointing out the country's rapid expansion of its nuclear arsenal and criticizing the opaqueness of its military modernization. The communique, meanwhile, named Australia, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea as countries with which NATO plans to strengthen its "political dialogue and practical cooperation" in a bid to promote cooperative security and support the rules-based international order.
At the beginning of June, the Armenian Prime Minister, Tigran Avinyan, spoke about the artificial intelligence strategy that Armenia wishes to put in place. Several topics were discussed: fundamental research, applied research, infrastructure, public sector, private sector, training and financing. On the Yerevan side, we now wish to give priority to AI in order to join, in the long term, the countries already well advanced in the sector. In the state of play mentioned by the Prime Minister of Armenia, he wants to focus his strategy on basic research, which he believes would be the point requiring the least investment: a stable internet connection and supercomputers may be enough to conduct research or training on artificial neural networks. The government also wants to build on its strengths in mathematics and experimental and natural sciences.
A new market study is released on Global "Artificial Intelligence Market 2021" with data Tables for historical and forecast years represented with Chats & Graphs with easy to understand detailed analysis. The report also sheds light on present scenario and upcoming trends and developments that are contributing in the growth of the market. In addition, key market boomers and opportunities driving the market growth are provided that estimates for Global Artificial Intelligence Market till 2027. The authors of the Artificial Intelligence Market report have piled up a detailed study on crucial market dynamics, including growth drivers, restraints, and opportunities. The Global Artificial Intelligence Market accounted for USD 16.14 billion in 2017 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 37.3% the forecast period of 2018 to 2025.
Leading global technology distributor and solutions provider Avnet Asia will host the "Avnet AI Cloud Exhibition", showcasing innovative technology, applications and solutions in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning together with its suppliers and partners. With the ability to quickly design, develop and deploy solutions, Avnet can meet the needs of a variety of application scenarios to accelerate the industrialization of artificial intelligence. During this period, Avnet will also hold the "Avnet 2021 Artificial Intelligence Cloud Conference" on June 29, 2021. Joined by developers, engineers, and decision makers in the AI field, the summit will feature cutting-edge technology trends in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and in-depth discussions on the development, future prospects and blueprints for AI to encourage and accelerate innovation. KS Lim, senior director of supplier management at Avnet Asia said, "MarketsandMarkets forecasts the global artificial intelligence (AI) market size to grow to over USD 300 billion by 2026, and the market in Asia Pacific is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. As the world's leading technology distributor and solution provider, Avnet has a comprehensive ecosystem that provides customers with end-to-end artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions, reducing the cost and complexity of product development to enable application scenarios. We will continue to work hand in hand with our suppliers and partners to further contribute to the development and maturity of the entire AI ecosystem."
Tokyo stocks turned up Monday, getting a boost from a continued rally on Wall Street last week. The 225-issue Nikkei average of the Tokyo Stock Exchange rose 213.07 points, or 0.74%, to close at 29,161.80, The Topix index of all first section issues ended 5.73 points, or 0.29%, higher at 1,959.75, snapping its three-day losing streak. The Tokyo market got off to a strong start, after all three U.S. market gauges including the Dow Jones Industrial Average extended their gains Friday thanks to data showing improvement in consumer confidence in the United States in June. Although selling to lock in gains from the initial market spurt gathered steam in the morning, stocks gradually extended gains in the afternoon in pace with Dow futures in off-hours trading. Trading was generally lackluster with many players taking to the sidelines ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting from Tuesday, brokers said.
Heatherwick Studio's concept electric car was presented at the Shanghai Motor Show 2021 in April. The Airo was designed by the London design studio for IM Motors and is a fully electric vehicle with autonomous and driver-controlled modes. The Airo will run on electric power, producing no fossil fuel pollutants as it moves around the city. But the car goes further in its environmental ambition as it also comes complete with a state-of-the-art HEPA filtering system that actively cleans the air from the pollution of other vehicles as it passes through the under-carriage, leaving the air around it cleaner. In addition to its embedded air-filtering system, Airo's customizable interior can be configured into multiple functional spaces that turn the car into a moving room or a space for your life.
A team of scientists from Bengaluru's Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR) has developed a device that can emulate the cognitive actions of a human brain, and is more efficient than conventional techniques. The new AI technology enhances computational speed and power consumption efficiency. The team fabricated an artificial synaptic network (ASN), resembling the biological neural network, through a simple self-forming method. Scientists said that the device structure is formed by itself while heating. While aiming to develop a synaptic device for neuromorphic applications, the team also explored a material system that mimicked neuronal bodies and axonal network connectivity, similar to that in the biological system.