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Google employees’ personal politics helped dissolve their own ethics committee. Can India expect a similar scenario?

However, one wants to play it, this was a major goof up by the company — a failure of conception, planning and execution. Google could have avoided this huge embarrassment if they had only googled to find out what lay ahead.

What makes robots 'persuasive' to humans

To guide the development of artificial intelligence (AI) in the next generation of socially assistive machines to aid health care and other fields, scientists are exploring how robots persuade and build trust with humans.


Intel working with Facebook on AI chip coming later this year

Intel’s processors currently dominate the market for machine learning inference, which analysts at Morningstar believe will be worth $11.8 billion by 2021.

Can technology enable personalised learning?

Personalised learning can be extremely helpful for vocational courses, students with special learning needs, and for collaborative learning in small groups.

Five competitors, one clear winner! The best smartphone you can buy under Rs 25,000

With four AI cameras, 6.3-inch Full HD+ FullView display, and a host of AI features, the smartphone can be yours for just Rs 20,990! If you are looking for an all-round performer.

Tried and tested! AI capability challenge in the mid-range smartphones

Spec-wise, Huawei Nova 3i is a beast. It features a 6.3-inch FHD+ 19:9 display, quad cameras, EMUI 8.2 skin on top of Android 8.1 Oreo, and a 3,340mAh battery. The smartphone is priced at Rs 20,990 with 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage.


LG joins growing list of tech firms entering Toronto’s AI scene

As Toronto continues to become a tech incubator, LG is in plans to expand its own AI research and development programme in the Canadian city.

As big data starts boosting AI growth, here are some recommended guidelines for India

While acknowledging the need to intensify AI actions, India requires tailored guidelines which is a blend of international principles along with existing local privacy standards to achieve to an effective and responsible AI ecosystem

AI tips off regulators to possible EU data privacy faults

Consumer groups in the European Union have used Claudette, an artificial intelligence (AI) system, to show that internet companies have problematic clauses in their privacy statements.

AI system can track human movements from behind walls

Scientists from the Massachusetts Insititue of Technology (MIT) have developed an arificial intelligence system, called RF Pose, that can hlp detect and correct postures of people, even if a solid wall were to come in between.