Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are evolving from breakthroughs to mainstream technologies at a fast pace- and in many areas. So grab this wave of opportunity.
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’.
Why did humans discover fire? Why did someone hit the button on the Gutenberg Press? What difference did a wheel make in the journey of mankind? The answer to all such developments from the stone age to the AI age, is captured in one word – augmentation.
Marketers can leverage AI’s power in making decisions on campaigns, budgets, channels, identifying opportunities, creating marketing USP and more. In an interactive session hosted by ET BRANDEQUITY.com, experts shared some exciting insights on this.
In a LIVE AI/ML Masterclass, Prof. Anoop Namboodiri from IIIT Hyderabad, shared some interesting views and insights on Machine Learning in Computer Vision.
“The rise of powerful AI will be either the best, or the worst thing, ever to happen to humanity. We do not yet know which.” – Stephen Hawking
Will AI replace jobs? Can we swap AI and ML? Can we deploy AI without a plan? Let’s find out.
Artificial intelligence, or AI as it’s more commonly known, has been gaining momentum for a while now. In the past few years alone we have seen its revolutionary impact on almost every industry out there and experts predict that this trend will only continue to grow in popularity over time.
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur Clarke
When we think of artificial intelligence (AI), we think of machines, computer systems, algorithms, and models trying to get closer to human intelligence. Today, this space straddles many areas, like natural speech recognition, expert systems, machine learning, general AI applications, and more. The future, however, is mapped towards singularity:
In a captivating conversation with Dr. Santanu Paul, Founder and CEO, TalentSprint, Dr. Ashish Mehra, Mentor, Product and GTM, IIT Startups, and Investor and Advisor at Tau Ventures points out the fine balance artificial intelligence (AI) is bringing to drive innovation in the products and boost profitability.
Just think of the most dominant technology you were using ten years back. Then think of what ruled the world five years ago. And think of what you used just five minutes before. It is both intriguing and overwhelming to see how fast technology is changing? From client-servers to web development to cloud to robotics to artificial intelligence (AI) to containers to blockchain–this world keeps shifting from one leap to another.
If you are reading this, chances are that you are at a significant point in your career. You are one among the distinct group of professionals, who are already expecting significant disruptions in businesses because of the rapid adoption of emerging technologies. You know how important it is to upgrade yourself to adapt and shape your career in a technology-dominated world.
Whether or not they liked it, earlier, highly experienced professionals had only one option for learning and making career progress – the executive MBA program. Even today, some of them still think it is the only way to grow in their career. No wonder, the executive MBA program continues to be one of the most popular programs among experienced professionals. If you are one such professional aspiring to propel your career, then you have few questions to ponder over.
For a long time, online learning did not find enough resources and attention. Both instructors and learners shrugged its benefits under the assumption that it is only a stop-gap arrangement for those who cannot be physically present. But look around. No matter how challenging, the current crisis has been an eye-opener for many naysayers and online courses’ skeptics. Today, from schools to colleges, universities, and corporate training departments, everyone is leveraging the power of online learning.