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Data Science & Artificial Intelligence in Demand Pakistan

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Pakistan's economy is ranked 26th in the world in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) and 40th in terms of nominal gross domestic product. Pakistan has a population of approximately 190 million people, making it the world's sixth-largest country, with a nominal GDP per capita of $1,427, ranking 133rd globally. The key sectors of the Pakistani economy are agriculture, mining, industry, automotive, construction, defence, services, and transportation. The IT/ITeS sector is one of Pakistan's fastest-growing industries, accounting for around 1% of the country's GDP ($3.5 billion USD). It has doubled in the last four years, and experts predict a further 100% increase to $7 billion in the next two to four years.


Top Tiny Healthcare Robots that Are Reaching Where Doctors Can't

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Do you believe you'd put your life in the hands of a robotic surgeon? What is the state of your mental health right now? While the idea of a robot doing surgery or comforting somebody during a stressful moment may be unnerving to some, it is becoming increasingly common in the field of healthcare, where medical robot interest is growing. For a variety of reasons, medical robots are being created for use in healthcare. Robots are now used not only in the operating room but also in clinical settings to support healthcare workers and enhance patient care.


AiThority Interview with Prince Kohli, CTO, Automation Anywhere

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I've always had a passion and curiosity for technology, which started at a young age, where I was raised in India – ultimately resulting today in a fulfilling, a quarter-century-long career in Silicon Valley. It has been an exciting ride. What drew me to Automation Anywhere is our vision to create software bots that can automate repetitive, manual business tasks, and free our minds to focus on the more creative, strategic, high-level work. Before Automation Anywhere, I held leadership roles at various companies including Ericsson, running global R&D for all digital products, and before that, at Citrix – in the cloud and enterprise groups, after co-founding a security start-up that was acquired by Citrix. My role has changed as the market and the world has changed.


Cloud labs: where robots do the research

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As a chemistry PhD student, Dmytro Kolodieznyi was used to running experiments. But in early 2018, his research advisers asked him to take part in one run by robots instead. They wanted Kolodieznyi, who was developing intracellular fluorescent probes at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to spend a month attempting to recreate his research at Emerald Cloud Lab (ECL). The biotechnology company in South San Francisco, California, enables scientists to perform wet-laboratory experiments remotely in an automated research environment known as a cloud lab. If the trial went well, it would help pave the way to the wider use of cloud labs at the university.


Cloud labs: where robots do the research

Nature

As a chemistry PhD student, Dmytro Kolodieznyi was used to running experiments. But in early 2018, his research advisers asked him to take part in one run by robots instead. They wanted Kolodieznyi, who was developing intracellular fluorescent probes at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to spend a month attempting to recreate his research at Emerald Cloud Lab (ECL). The biotechnology company in South San Francisco, California, enables scientists to perform wet-laboratory experiments remotely in an automated research environment known as a cloud lab. If the trial went well, it would help pave the way to the wider use of cloud labs at the university.


Use of IoT and Robotics in Daily Life – Conure

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Internet of Things (IoT) incorporates internet-connected devices or sensors that have the potential to collect millions and billions of Gigabytes of data in real-time. Without any human intervention, the data in IoT is transferred among the various devices over a wireless network. IoT devices are the most significant drivers of digital transformation, new applications, data-driven optimization, innovation and streaming revenue across various sectors. Usually, IoT devices are programmed to handle specific tasks, whereas, robots are designed to learn from the environment while reacting to unforeseen conditions. The technologies behind robotics are Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).


Forget vacuum cleaners! Dyson is secretly developing ROBOTS to carry out household chores

Daily Mail - Science & tech

While Dyson is best known for its vacuum cleaners and hairdryers, the tech giant has revealed that it is secretly developing a range of futuristic robots. The robots are designed to carry out a variety of household chores, including tidying up toys and doing the dishes. Dyson has given a glimpse of the new robot prototypes in a video released at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Philadelphia today. Jake Dyson, Chief Engineer at Dyson, said: 'There's a big future in robotics and saving people time, performing chores for people, and improving daily lives. 'I'm a parent, I spend half my life cleaning up after my kids, and it's pretty tedious.'


Top 5 smart personal home robots you can buy in 2022

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Robots are not limited to industrial works anymore! Thanks to the integration of artificial intelligence and voice recognition, robots are slowly invading our smart homes embedded with devices like wireless security cameras, Smart TVs, Amazon's Alexa, Amazon Echo, Google Assistant, Philips Hue lightbulbs, Ecobee4, etc. And it is not a secret that machine learning software development is on rise now. A lot of clients are coming to develop personalized ML solutions for their businesses. ABI Research predicts that this integration will grow, and by 2024 that over 79 million homes in the world will have a robot in the house.


What Is the Future Of Work? Technology or People?

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Over the past two years, there has been a heated debate on the future of work and its effect on businesses with exponential advancements in technology and artificial intelligence (AI). Many companies shut down as governments enforced the WHO protocols, lockdowns, cessation of movements and curfews. The Covid-19 pandemic has been detrimental to the financial economy. As the economy starts to open up again, the biggest question many are pondering is, "how do we navigate from this point?" The majority of people are now required to work from home due to the pandemic.


Perspective - Should we be afraid of artificial intelligence?

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The apocalyptic idea of computer-run robots turning against the human race and taking over the planet is not something we should dismiss, but for now we should be celebrating and embracing the positive side of artificial intelligence (AI). That's the view of Professor Anthony Elliott, the author of a new book entitled "Making Sense of AI". He says AI currently does a lot of good, helping us for example in the fields of industrial robots and self-driving cars, as well as providing vital information for fighting pandemics such as Covid-19. However, he admits that with AI, "to some extent, we lose control over decision-making".