ET's editorial on March 11, 2016 talks about AlphaGo and draws some interesting sketches. At one point, "An AI-run factory, goes a joke, employs just a man and a dog. The dog's job is to keep the man away from the factory. Why have the man at all, in that case? Someone has to feed … Continue reading AlphaGo: Possible repercussions and India
We are living in a Data Age. Data is being continuously generated and consumed in various formats, and sizes from a number of varied sources. This data can be a big asset if stored, processed and analysed efficiently in real time with the help of intelligent algorithms. There is a growing interest to utilize such … Continue reading Call for Participation – Short-term Courses on Data Science at CDAC, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai
Some researchers are searching for more meaningful ways to measure artificial intelligence. Read more about it here.
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C-DAC Mumbai (formerly NCST) and Computer Society of India (CSI) are jointly organizing a four days intensive workshop on BI DW: Tools and Techniques from December 01-04, 2010. The Knowledge Based Computer Systems division at C-DAC Mumbai carries out research and development in core areas of Natural Language Processing, Expert Systems, Case Based Reasoning, Information … Continue reading Business Intelligence And Data Warehouse Workshop being organized by CDAC, Mumbai
How could providing developers with machine learning on tap unleash a flood of smarter apps? What is Google Prediction API? How will it help developers to create software that learns how to handle incoming data? Read at http://www.technologyreview.in/computing/26093/page1/.
In a diverse country like India, localisation of information in the respective languages of the people works as a way of empowerment for the people. And, open source provides the necessary technical platform for delivering that information at some reasonable cost. CDAC Mumbai has long been involved in developing tools/technologies in the area of localisation … Continue reading Indianizing with Rupantar- An OpenOffice.org extension from CDAC, Mumbai