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ai, AI & Applications, AI & IoT, artificial intelligence, Machine Learning September 24, 2021

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Goals

“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 

Yes, indeed. And whether it is best or worse will ultimately be decided by the goals we choose for using AI. This aspect has an ethical and a practical and strategic connotation as well. So the first choice we need to make is, whether we use AI for rightful outcomes or for something grey that can be harmful to humanity. From here on, we move to other parts of this question. And the answer would depend on who is asking that question. Who is the stakeholder here?

ai, AI & Applications, AI/ML, artificial intelligence, Machine Learning September 24, 2021

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Myths

Will AI replace jobs? Can we swap AI and ML? Can we deploy AI without a plan? Let’s find out. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is creating more myths, fears, and skepticism in many minds than what is corroborated by actual events and facts. So, shall we swim deep into these waters and face our fears in the eye? To do that, we have to deconstruct some myths. 

ai, AI & Applications, AI/ML, artificial intelligence, Machine Learning September 24, 2021

What Contributes to AI?

“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:

COVID-19, Data Science September 21, 2021

Leveraging Data Science To Combat COVID-19

In our 10th edition of DeepTalk event titled ‘Pandemic Pandemonium’, Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan, Leading Epidemiologist and Economist, NYT Op-Ed Columnist, Senior Research Scholar, Princeton University, and one of the Former Advisors to the Obama administration, shared intriguing answers to several thought-provoking questions.