ai, AI/ML, artificial intelligence, Machine Learning July 11, 2022

Task Classification of AI

It takes not just one blow, but many, for a bat to become a Batman. And it all boils down to the tasks they do.

In the wise and penetrative words of Alan Perlis, “A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God.” Let’s raise a toast to Alan and chat more about artificial intelligence (AI) in the same vein. AI looks like a miracle. And it’s a miracle created by humans – to a large extent. That’s why AI is becoming as powerful and mysterious as a Batman. It has so many shades, and it can fly to unimaginable heights. If we could look at some initial encounters, that should be enough to make us utter a big ‘Wow’.

Skill July 7, 2022

Step Up to DevOps – The Elevator to The Future

Sometimes, when you walk into your office, the world looks quite alien to what it used to be just a few years back. Gone are the burdens of monolithic software. Away and out is the heavy-lifting that most application development cycles used to suffer. You don’t see any more shelves of pending files and bugs. You do not sneeze at the dust that would pour on you when you entered those dark and dingy server rooms. As IT is becoming modular and we see the rise of microservices, Cloud-first applications, containers and AI- the way you work on applications – gets lighter, gets sharper. It’s an expanding paradigm, upending the application model for many businesses. 

ai, neural network July 5, 2022

Artificial Intelligence And Neural Networks

AI advancements, especially Neural Networks, are fuelling many applications and possibilities today. Gear up for a new reality where patterns, decisions, and actions would be based on the power of human brains. 

What would it be like to walk in a museum that curates not our past but our future? Hard to say, but one thing is for sure. We would see fascinating copies of our brains sitting cheerfully in some corridor here. 

AI/ML, artificial intelligence July 5, 2022

How Does Machine Intelligence Work?

From fraud-proof BFSI applications, autonomous cars, chatbots to crime-fighting facial recognition, machine intelligence is redefining so much in the world we inhabit. But how do you know how it works? How are these applications so accurate, fast, real-time, and imaginative beyond our imagination? The answer lies in what happens inside the models that run them. The way algorithms are structured and run makes machines churn out so many decisions and insights- and so swiftly.

ai, AI/ML, artificial intelligence, voice recognition, voice technology June 29, 2022

Voice and Language-Driven Intelligence

Until a few years back, speaking to a voice assistant while cooking new recipes or asking for directions would have been either akin to insanity or the equivalent of having a genie in a bottle. But look at how normal it is now. It is hard to imagine a road trip or a workout session without the assured, helpful and insightful voice of artificial intelligence (AI) around. 

development, devops, skills June 16, 2022

Step Up to DevOps – The Elevator to The Future

Sometimes, when you walk into your office, the world looks quite alien to what it used to be just a few years back. Gone are the burdens of monolithic software. Away and out is the heavy-lifting that most application development cycles used to suffer. You don’t see any more shelves of pending files and bugs. You do not sneeze at the dust that would pour on you when you entered those dark and dingy server rooms. As IT is becoming modular and we see the rise of microservices, Cloud-first applications, containers and AI- the way you work on applications – gets lighter, gets sharper. It’s an expanding paradigm, upending the application model for many businesses. 

Cyber Security October 7, 2021

The Digital World Needs Cyber Security Professionals

In the Industry Immersion Event, Britto Sidhan, General Manager (Global Security Lab), Schneider Electric, shared an interesting observation on how the global talent shortage in Cyber Security can become a goldmine for aspirants. Especially to those planning to launch their tech career or professionals looking for a career switch.

Alumni Diaries

Alumni Diaries March 8, 2021

Story of a Hyderabad codess who loves solving problems

The first word that comes to mind after hearing Poojitha Bijjam’s story is ‘trouble-shooter’. She is someone who loves solving problems – coding and non-coding alike. In fact, she loves it so much that she spends her free time looking for problems to solve. She also believes in motivating people around her by setting an example. This is her story.

Alumni Diaries December 29, 2020

The Katniss Everdeen of Venkatapuram

The story of Pravallika Boppana – a girl who codes – and her extraordinary drive to prove herself

Much like Katniss Everdeen of The Hunger Games, Pravallika Boppana is fiercely protective of her family and highly competitive. The first thing you notice about this girl is her unabashed confidence and radiant spirit.