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    There’s a lot of buzz around Instagram these days, but the last thing you want to do is spend your time learning a new platform, only to find that everyone has moved on to the latest and greatest social network that you aren’t on.  Digital marketers have come to learn, Instagram is far more valuable than an ...
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    One in three smartphones— around over half of a billion — shipped in 2020 will have machine learning and Artificial intelligence (AI) capacities at the chipset rate, new research said on Monday. Relating to Counterpoint’s ‘Components Tracker Service’, Apple, using its Bionic system on chip (SoC), will drive indigenous AI adoption in smartphones, making the ...
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    Microscope enhanced with AI may guide in identifying bacteria rapidly and accurately, this could enable clinical microbiologists to diagnose potentially dangerous blood infections and improve patients chances of survival. The bacteria that most often cause bloodstream attacks include the rod-shaped bacterias E. coli, the cocci clusters of Staphylococcus, and the pairs or chains of Streptococcus ...
  • AI

    As businesses’ hunger for the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) grows up,  68.6 % Indian organisations might deploy it before 2020 the report said. The Intel India commissioned record, undertaken by the International Data Corporation (IDC) that surveyed 194 Indian organisations across industries, said 71 % are considering increased process automation as an integral benefit ...
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    German-based Volocopter reckons a commercial service power by its electric vertical-take-off-and-landing aircraft could be ready to go before 2020. The Co-founder and CIO Alex Zosel at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin said;”We think that in two or three years we’ll have the first commercial applications somewhere in the world with our service,”.  “This is not so far away,” he ...
  • Artificial Intelligence

    In an Era of Artificial Intelligence (AI), We’re not absolutely all about to be replaced by intelligent computers in some kind of destined future. In fact people are perhaps the most crucial element in making the most of artificial intelligence. Most assuredly machines can learn independently by analyzing data. But it is the human strategy ...