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Elystar redefines Public Securities Investment with explainable Artificial Intelligence - Founder, Dr Satya Gautam Vadlamudi – ThePrint

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 7 (ANI/NewsVoir): Since the dawn of the 2000s, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making waves through its penetration into various sectors. While AI helps increase efficiency and speed in a system, the lack of feedback when faced with errors has been a glaring concern. Recently developed Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) technology tackles this issue by analyzing data to provide users with explanations for given issues and activities. Utilizing this technology to create investment strategies, Elystar aims to increase net returns by reducing machine/AI-made errors and thereby successfully leveraging the superior insights provided by AI. "Artificial Intelligence in finance is a relatively new concept that is still being explored and experimented upon. While few of the firms experimenting are sparingly using it for short-term trading, we have spent the past 15 months developing models to use it for long-term investments. One simple way to look at this concept is to compare it with Microsoft Excel. While Excel is used in different fields and by different people, it is used in various ways and forms. Similarly, AI has a number of variations in which it can be utilized, so no two approaches may be completely the same. AI not only helps us scale and analyze data rapidly, but the integration of Explainable AI allows us to understand and eliminate unwarranted biases to create a sound investment strategy," said Dr Satya Gautam Vadlamudi, Founder and CEO of Elystar.


Angkor Wat was had up to 900,000 inhabitants before being abandoned in 1431 AD, study suggests

Daily Mail - Science & tech

The ancient Cambodian capital of Angkor Wat, had a staggering 900,000 inhabitants before it was abandoned in 1431, according to a new study. An international team, led by the University of British Columbia, examined three decades of data to create a demographic model of the Medieval city. Their model revealed that the capital of the long-gone Khmer Empire housed between 700,000 and 900,000 people during its zenith in the 13th century. According to the researchers this made it one of the largest premodern cities int he world, built up over several centuries of growth at different rates. The findings leverage more than 30 years of data to create the first model of demographic growth in this capital of the Khmer Empire.


Why is AI Considered a Misfit to Read Human Emotions?

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AI has been reigning in the industries and business ecosystems with its unending capabilities to accelerate automation and provide business intelligence. Disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, etc. have enabled companies to create better user experiences and advance business growth. Emotional AI is a rather recent development in the field of modern technology, and it claims that AI systems can read facial expressions and analyze human emotions. This method is also known as affect recognition technology. Recently Article 19, a British human rights organization published a report stating the increasing use of AI-based emotion recognition technology in China by the law enforcement authorities, corporate bodies, and the state itself.


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Deep Learning Using TensorFlow Keras - Analytics India Magazine

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Deep Learning is a subset of Machine learning. It was developed to have an architecture and functionality similar to that of a human brain. The human brain is composed of neural networks that connect billions of neurons. Similarly, a deep learning architecture comprises artificial neural networks that connect a number of mathematical units called neurons. Deep Learning is capable of modeling complex problems that, in some cases, exceed human performance!


Quick Apply: 7 Lucrative Data Science Internships in May 2021

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Data science is one of the ground-breaking fields for students who have a knack and a keen eye for details in the world of science and technology. Companies are in dire need of aspiring data scientists for proper usage of the continuous flow of real-time data to enhance the business in the competitive world. The future of a company is dependent on data science due to the upsurge of raw data in the tech-savvy era. So, what is the best way to kick-start your career in data science? Analytics Insight has made you a list of seven reputed companies that have vacancies for data science internships.


Skin-Like 'Chameleon' Hydrogels Can Help Achieve Active Camouflage in Robots

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Biomimetic soft camouflaging skins can one day be used to replicate the color-changing functions of living organisms' skins and aid in achieving active camouflage and paving the way for revolutionary changes in robotics. An international team of scientists From China and Germany has taken a step toward that goal -- all the while establishing a novel technology that can detect seafood freshness. Scientists created an artificial color-changing material that mimics chameleon skin by organizing luminogens (molecules that make crystals glow) into various core and shell hydrogel layers rather than one uniform matrix, according to a study published in the journal Cell Reports Physical Science. Thanks to this new design, a two-luminogen hydrogel chemosensor can be used to detect seafood freshness by changing color according to the amine -- an organic compound formed by replacing one or more hydrogen atoms in ammonia with organic groups -- vapors emitted by microbes as fish goes bad. This concept goes back a couple of decades since scientists have already envisioned developing soft materials that can change color with ease.


Industry should start working on AI, M2M, data science seriously for Aatmanirbhar Bharat: Dhotre

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The minister of state for communications and education also said the COVID-19 pandemic has shown people the importance of digital infrastructure. Survival during this difficult phase was possible due to the connectivity made available to citizens under the Digital India program envisioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he added. "The modern technologies like AI, M2M (machine to machine) and data science are further going to change the world. The government is keen on utilising these technologies. Education is another priority area, specially for young citizens and women. "I call on the industry and all of you to work seriously on all these latest technologies for an Aatmanirbhar Bharat," Dhotre said at a virtual international conference organised by CMAI. Speaking at the conference, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Chairman Anil Sahastrabudhe said a balance needs to be achieved between the virtual world and the physical mode of learning. "Teachers who have never used technology are now using technology more.


China's Overwatch League teams set to end boycott of South Korean player who criticized 'One China' policy

Washington Post - Technology News

Earlier this week, managers for the Chengdu Hunters, Guangzhou Charge, Hangzhou Spark and Shanghai Dragons released statements on Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, lambasting Saebyeolbe for his comments, vowing to boycott any events he was participating in. Those teams all compete with the Dynasty in the league's East Region, along with American-based franchises, the Los Angeles Valiant, Philadelphia Fusion and New York Excelsior, which have temporarily relocated to Asia during the covid-19 pandemic.


Food: Artificial colour-changing material mimics chameleon skin and can detect seafood freshness

Daily Mail - Science & tech

An artificial colour-changing material inspired by the skins of chameleons can be used as a chemical sensor to determine whether seafood is fresh, a study found. Developed by experts from China, the device switches from pink to green in the presence of the amine vapours released by microbes when fish and shrimp spoil. The novel material could also find applications in the development of anticounterfeit technology, camouflage for robots and stretchable electronics, the team said. Panther chameleons are colour-changing reptiles native to the island of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. Males of the species -- which are more brightly coloured than their female counterparts and change hue when asserting their dominance -- can grow to around 8 inches (20 cm) in length.