Elon Musk is leaving no stone unturned to make X, formerly known as Twitter, an everything app. In a recent development, the Tesla CEO and X owner, rolled out a new "See Similar Posts" feature for a better experience of users. The new feature will enable users to see posts, as per their searches and recommendations. Notably, the new feature will be Aartificial Intelligence (AI) based feature.
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Alphabet, Google's parent company, is combining two of its most ambitious research projects, robotics and AI language understanding, to create a "helper robot" that can comprehend natural language orders. Alphabet has been working on robots that can perform simple chores such as fetching beverages and cleaning surfaces. The project is still in its early stages, with the robots being slow and reluctant, but have received an upgrade: enhanced… read-more
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AI-enhanced Operation Research (OR) techniques were utilized by researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Mandi to choose wastewater treatment solutions that suit socioeconomic demands particular to locales and situations. The study's findings were published in the Journal of Cleaner Production. To deal with the uncertainties and "vagaries" of the decision-making process, the team employed MSDM approaches enhanced with AI elements of… read-more
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Basys.ai, Harvard-based health-tech startup founded in 2020 by Amber Nigam and Jie Sun, claims its in-house technology would aid enhance doctors' clinical decision-making in controlling their patients' metabolic health. To deploy its platform, the business has begun conversations with healthcare providers in India through Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission. Amber claims as… read-more
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Bengaluru traffic police have announced a new partnership with Internet giant Google to improve traffic management. Bengaluru joint commissioner for traffic, BR Ravikanthe Gowda, said that this is the first time a police department has worked directly with Google in the nation. “Google uses artificial intelligence to… read-more
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New research at Georgia State University's TReNDS Center may result in early diagnosis of severe diseases such as Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, and autism. Team of seven scientists created sophisticated computer software that could filter through massive amounts of brain imaging data and uncover surprising patterns connected to mental health conditions. The software was able to determine the exact "moment" when brain imaging strongly showed a… read-more
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh unveiled 75 newly created Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies on July 11 at the Ministry of Defence's first-ever "AI in Defence" (AIDef) conference and exhibition in New Delhi. The Raksha Mantri launched a print and electronic edition of the book including information about these 75 products. Rajnath Singh praised the efforts, calling AI a revolutionary milestone in the evolution of mankind.
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International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing 2022 approved CommsEase Audio Lab's academic study, "A Neural Network-based Howling Detection Method for Real-time Communication Applications." Howling noises are extremely inconvenient for online participants who are engaged in real conversation. The AI technologies have been effectively deployed by CommsEase in a variety of audio and video conversations, and live streaming… read-more
Futurense Technologies and JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) have partnered to develop a redesigned B.Tech degree program in Computer Science and Engineering with specialization in Artificial Intelligence and Data Engineering. Earn up to Rs. 50,000 per month with guaranteed stipends while working on top proprietary cloud platforms. By the conclusion of their second year, students will have received training to become Data Engineers, and by the… read-more
Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence-enabled tool that detects heart attacks in Humans. In addition, a medical test called coronary Computed Tomography Angiography (CTA) captures 3D images of the heart and arteries and shows how much a patient’s arteries have narrowed. In the trial named 'SCOT-HEART', the CTA images correctly predicted heart attack risk for 1,611 people in the course of five years.
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