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As Ruckus gears up for the new-age Wi-Fi, the US-based tech firm keeps an eye on the nascent IoT market in India

As Ruckus gears up for the new-age Wi-Fi, the US-based tech firm keeps an eye on the nascent IoT market in India

Sreenath K, a porter at the Ernakulam junction railway station in Kerala, recently made headlines when he cleared the Kerala Public Service Commission exams. For his studies he relied on RailWire’s public Wi-Fi, a Google India venture in collaboration with Railtel and Indian Railways to provide free, high-speed Wi-Fi

25% of tech leaders said AI will replace jobs at their company in 2018

CIO Jury: 25% of tech leaders said AI will replace jobs at their company in 2018

Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are already impacting the workforce: AI will eliminate 1.8 million jobs by 2020, but will also create an additional 2.3 million positions, according to Gartner . While AI is expected to primarily replace low-level, routine work, by 2022, one in five workers engaged in non-routine

Artificial empathy: Call center employees are using voice analytics to predict how you feel

Artificial empathy: Call center employees are using voice analytics to predict how you feel

Customer service calls can be ... infuriating. Part of the reason is that humans generally aren't great at reading subtle emotional cues, especially if we only have voice to go by. At the same time, we often inadvertently broadcast unintended emotional signals, easily leading to miscommunication and discomfort over the

AI: The Game-Changer For SMBs In The Indian Market

AI: The Game-Changer For SMBs In The Indian Market

Large businesses can expend substantially more resources on marketing, creating an ecosystem where the consumer is left unaware of SMBs providing competing products or services Photo Credit : Shutterstock, According to the biblical tale of David versus Goliath, the Philistine giant had been taunting the Israelites for 40 days to

This App Brings the Power of AI to Doctors in the Developing World

This App Brings the Power of AI to Doctors in the Developing World

Artificial intelligence is a fascinating but not particularly accessible technology. Project DataREACH , currently in trial mode in Cameroon, wants to change that by giving doctors in all corners of the globe access to advanced AI to help diagnose illnesses and spot troubling health trends. "Our goal is to bridge

How to determine the right amount of AI for your users?

How to determine the right amount of AI for your users

As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more accessible, software engineers are increasingly looking to incorporate these algorithms into various different tech products and services. However, developers must be wary of the downsides of this technology, according to Rob Keefer, chief scientist at software consulting company POMIET . Too much automation can

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