Topic: robotics

9 machine learning myths

When technology is as hyped as machine learning is, misunderstandings and misconceptions abound. Here’s a clear-eyed look at what machine learning can and can’t deliver.

After success with RPA, ICICI Bank guns for the AI pie

As software robots in ICICI Bank process around 20 lakh transactions daily, it's moving ahead in the artificial intelligence race with experiments in advanced analytics and cognitive tools.   

Why autonomous cars won’t be autonomous

The truth is that artificial intelligence is neither artificial nor intelligent. A.I. is made out of people.

Risky AI business: Navigating regulatory and legal dangers to come

Artificial intelligence poses a wide range of hidden and unknown dangers for enterprises deploying the technology. Here’s how to guard against the legal and compliance risks of AI.

Union Budget 2018: Impressive IT investments, but no cybersecurity measures

FM Arun Jaitley may have announced substantial allocations to new technologies but without a proper cybersecurity framework, IT leaders wonder where it will lead.

Winning the war for AI talent

With tech giants soaking up all available talent, enterprises are scrambling to staff up for an AI-fueled future by partnering with universities and grooming talent from within.

Why AI won’t take your job

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a popular topic of debate across industries worldwide. For many, the possibility of leveraging AI is a positive way to make businesses more productive and efficient, while offering more sophisticated customer offerings.

New tech uses telco network to help scientists gaze into space

Australian scientists have uncovered a way to use the telecommunications network to synchronise radio telescopes, which help scientists peer into deep space.

Yogesh Gupta: Chaos to rule tech world in 2018

Digital companies will handpick the gold nuggets in the hype stack of up-and-coming technologies in 2018.

The 11 most difficult IT hires today

The IT talent gap is driving up demand for skilled IT pros, but for certain roles and skillsets, finding — and signing — the right candidate can feel a bit like trying to capture a unicorn.