The Indian Ministry of Science and Technology said this unique approach uses the predictive power of AI to identify road hazards and a collision warning system to communicate timely alerts to drivers, to make various safety-related improvements. Artificial intelligence (AI)-powered solutions may soon make roads in India a safer place to drive. The Indian government announced on Tuesday that an AI-powered technology could reduce the risk of road accidents in the country, which have killed more than a lakh people in 2020. In a bid to prevent this from happening, the Indian government said the AI approach will use a first-of-its-kind dataset consisting of 10,000 images. He said that this dataset is finely annotated with 34 classes collected from 182 driving sequences on Indian roads obtained from a front-facing camera attached to a car driving through the cities of Hyderabad, Bangalore and their outskirts.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered solutions may soon make roads in India safer to drive. A unique AI approach that uses the predictive power of AI to identify risks on the road, and a collision alert system to communicate timely alerts to drivers, to make several improvements related to road safety, is being implemented in Nagpur City with the objective of bringing a significant reduction in the number of accidents. A project, 'Intelligent Solutions for Road Safety through Technology and Engineering' (iRASTE), has been launched to identify potential accident-causing scenarios while driving a vehicle and alert drivers about the same with the help of the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). The project will also identify'grey spots', i.e., by data analysis and mobility analysis by continuously monitoring dynamic risks on the entire road network. Grey spots are locations on roads, left unaddressed could become black spots (locations with fatal accidents).
Google Translate has added help for some extra Indian languages. Whereas Hindi has been supported by Google Translate for an extended now, a number of new regional languages have been added to the platform by Google. Languages together with Assamese, a outstanding one in Northeast India; Bhojpuri, Dhivehi (used within the Maldives), Dogri (Northern India), Konkani (central India), Maithili (about 34 million folks in Northern India communicate this language), Meiteilon or Manipuri, utilized by about two million folks in Northeast India, Mizo, and Sanskrit have been added to the platform. Together with these languages, Google Translate has additionally added help for a number of worldwide languages. Now, Google Translate helps over 133 languages spoken internationally, protecting main Indian languages as properly.
Self-driving car startup Minus Zero has raised $1.7 million in seed round led by Chiratae Ventures. The company plans to get its first vehicle on the road by late 2022 to early 2023. The Bengaluru-based startup uses a combination of camera-based vision and algorithms for its self-driving solution. Minus Zero -- India's first startup building affordable fully self-driving cars in India -- has raised $1.7 million in seed round led by Chiratae Ventures. JITO Angel Network, a few senior executives from American chipmaker NVIDIA and US-based ride hailing service Lyft that competes with Uberalso participated in the round.
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Reaching out to you with a request for Career related advice / input. I am a professional with about 18 years of experience in advisory services and implementation of SAP solutions across industries and geographies, presently working with a consulting firm in the U.S. I am a Chartered Accountant from India by education. From 2018, I started focusing on ML/AI as my parallel interest / career in addition to SAP. For the last four years, I started putting efforts to learn fundamentals of the ML/AI domain. I read multiple blogs, books, completed courses as well as completed PoC for a few Embedded Machine Learning solutions of SAP.
Can we ever rein in the Big Tech firms to foster indigenous innovation, stimulate balanced growth, and protect national sovereignty? Can we have a balanced set of rules and a clear framework to safeguard larger public interest? Can we check the weaponisation of the internet with balanced cybersecurity and secure data governance framework to make Google (Alphabet); Apple; Facebook (Meta); Amazon; and Microsoft, besides others, more responsible and resilient? Look around, Big Tech run most of the digital services that are integral and ubiquitous to our life. Our minds, economy, national security, democracy, and progress are invisibly controlled by a few technology firms.