• Wed, Oct 23, 2019
  • IBM also unveiled updates to key Watson tools and applications that are designed to give clients new capabilities and greater confidence in their AI projects.
    IBM 'Watson Anywhere' to help Indian firms scale AI on any Cloud
    Tech giant IBM on Tuesday announced new innovations to further advance its Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven intelligent cognitive approach Watson Anywhere that will help Indian enterprises scale AI across any Cloud and wherever the data resides.IBM also unveiled updates to key Watson tools and applications that are designed to give clients new capabilities and greater confidence in their AI projects. We have been collaborating with Indian organizations across sectors to help them fast track to Chapter 2 of their digital reinvention, which is characterized by AI being embedded everywhere in the business, said Anil Bhasker, Business Unit Leader, Analytics Platform, IBM India/South Asia. With 'Watson Anywhere', organizations are able to innovate and scale AI on any cloud instead of being locked into a single vendor, thus enabling them...
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    The micro-blogging platform has asked its users how best the synthetic and manipulated videos can be addressed.

  • Google, Gmail will now share single profile photo Google, Gmail will now share single profile photo

    This new change simplifies things by allowing a user to set a single profile picture in one place and then displaying that single photo across all Google apps.

  • SAP, Microsoft partner to help customers 'Embrace' Cloud SAP, Microsoft partner to help customers 'Embrace' Cloud

    Business software firm SAP on Monday announced a partnership with Microsoft to help customers run their business processes on Cloud.

  • Social media regulations to be ready by Jan 2020: Centre to SC Social media regulations to be ready by Jan 2020: Centre to SC

    The Centre on Monday informed the Supreme Court that the entire process of finalising the laws on regulating social media will be completed by January 2020, while seeking three months more time for...

  • Facebook rolls out dark mode beta for web interface Facebook rolls out dark mode beta for web interface

    Months after announcing its plans to give a design overhaul at the F8 Conference in May, Facebook has finally begun rolling out the dark mode in beta for its web interface for some users, the media...

  • Sony launches new premium compact camera in India for Rs 97K Sony launches new premium compact camera in India for Rs 97K

    Sony India on Monday refreshed its premium compact camera -- the RX series with the new RX100 VII in India for Rs 96,990.

  • World's biggest face recognition system arrives in India next month World's biggest face recognition system arrives in India next month

    With the tender submission date to procure the National Automated Facial Recognition System (AFRS) just 20 days away, India is closer to install worlds largest facial recognition system to track and...

  • 84 pc Instagram users likely to shop from it: Report 84 pc Instagram users likely to shop from it: Report

    Eighty-four per cent of Instagram users are likely to shop using the photo sharing platform, and Instagrammers spend most of the time on the platform in the evening between 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., a new...