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Artificial intelligence is pushing the boundaries of human imagination and doing things we could not imagine 20 years ago. But, is it outperforming humans?
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FactorDaily on May 26 organised a roundtable to explore the future of jobs in the age of AI and automation will create and the reskilling effort required.
Like the Internet, AI is likely to be a massively disruptive technology change that will bring about enormous social, political and cultural change.
Elon Musk recently announced Neuralink. FactorDaily talks to Ramez Naam about brain-embeds, the cost of energy and the impact of exponential technologies on our planet.
As part of The Cognitive Story project, Tanmay Bakshi is applying cognitive technologies to help people unable to communicate to express their emotions.
AccuraCap, a fund management firm that runs on a mathematical model based on big data analytics and artificial intelligence, is changing the game.
Soon, AI will get so good that it will know our future choices better than us. This week’s Factor Future explores how smart machines are getting ahead.
As the company’s autonomous vehicle team tests its platform, FactorDaily gets up close and personal with its effort to bring self-driving cars to India.
Are the machines taking over?
Bengaluru startup Invento Tech has developed humanoid robot Mitra to provide intelligent assistance to humans by interacting with them in various contexts.
The model of education where you learn for 20 years and work for the next 40 will get irrelevant, says Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX, the last bastion of MOOCs.
Kūrma is the brainchild of Sigtuple, an artificial intelligence startup looking to solve problems of medical diagnosis and treatments in India.
Artificial Intelligence may not replace teachers anytime soon, it but can be used to help students and teachers to get more out of education.
Chatbots are a conversational way of getting multiple things done via a single interface like Facebook Messenger.
For India to play a leading role in the fourth industrial revolution, it will have to rethink its policies around education and immigration
We are facing a jobless future. Automation and AI-based tools will do a better job of providing customer service than workers in Indian call centres do. Millions of outsourcing and IT jobs are at risk in the country.