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MetLife Announces Uniphore as Winner of collab

metlife announces uniphore as winner of collab
*Business Wire India*LumenLab, MetLife’s Singapore-based innovation center, this evening announced Uniphore as the winner of its inaugural corporate-startup engagement program, collab, following the..
Business Wire India

Microsoft wants to make artificial intelligence mainstream

Microsoft unveiled new tools intended to democratize artificial intelligence by enabling machine smarts to be built into software from smartphone games to factory floors. Improving programs with..

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News video: Google Home Introduces New Feature

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Google's personal assistant just got more personal. Starting today, you'll be able to link multiple accounts to the Google Home -- the search giant's always-listening speaker. As before, if you ask the..
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News video: How Robots and Humans Can Peacefully Coexist

How Robots and Humans Can Peacefully Coexist 01:19

The future doesn't have to include a robot showdown. Instead, we're teaching robots to safely interact with humans.
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Nuance Announces Customisation and Productivity Enhancements for Dragon Professional Group

nuance announces customisation and productivity enhancements for dragon professional group
*Business Wire India**Nuance Communications* announced customisation and productivity enhancements for Dragon Professional Group - which provides powerful, enterprise-ready capabilities to easily..
Business Wire India

Indian startups to focus on AI bots, digital assistants in 2017: PwC-Assocham study

As data science gets set to drive the artificial intelligence (AI) market in 2017, a few Indian startups are initiating development of conversational bots, speech recognition tools, intelligent digital..
BGR India

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: "Excited about the potential of augmented reality"

India-born chief executive of Microsoft Satya Nadella on Monday said that the company is very excited about the potential of augmented reality along with Microsoft's Cortana's AI offering, which has..

Intex launches two new feature phones

intex launches two new feature phones
*New Delhi*: Domestic handset maker Intex Technologies on Tuesday launched two new feature phones -- Turbo Selfie+ and Ultra 4000i -- at Rs 1,490 and Rs 1,790, respectively. Turbo Selfie+ has a..

Microsoft to make ‘Cognitive Services’ available to developers

Microsoft is making Cognitive Services, a collection of 25 tools that will allow developers to add features such as sentiment detection, speech recognition and language understanding to their..
BGR India

Here's how intelligent personal assistants work

If you've owned a smartphone from the past five years then you've probably used an Intelligent Personal Assistant. Even though there are dozens (possibly hundreds or even thousands) of digital..

Here is what Google CEO Sundar Pichai believes is key to Digital India

Technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning can make huge difference to everyday life and Google is investing in bringing these to "as many people and as fast as possible", its..

Virtual butler 'Jarvis' takes up residence in Facebook founder's home

Mark Zuckerberg introduced the world to "Jarvis", an artificial intelligence system the Facebook chief created in his spare time, which can choose and play music, turn on lights, and recognize..

Mellanox 25G/100G Ethernet Solutions Enables Artificial Intelligence Speech Recognition Technology at iFLYTEK

mellanox 25g/100g ethernet solutions enables artificial intelligence speech recognition technology at iflytek
*Business Wire India*Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. (NASDAQ:MLNX), a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, today announced..
Business Wire India

Tiny band-aid-like device can monitor heart health, recognise speech

Researchers have developed a tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor that measures vibrations in the human body, allowing them to monitor heart health and recognise spoken words. The stretchable..

Researchers develop tiny sensor that monitors heart, recognizes speech

US researchers have developed a tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor that can measure vibrations in the human body, allows monitoring of human heart health as well as recognize speech. The sensor,..
BGR India

Watch what you say in public

A new computer program has been developed that can read a person’s lips with a higher level of accuracy than even the best-trained professional lip-readers.  Scientists at the University of..

This AI-based lip reader could spell the end of privacy

A new computer program has been developed that can read a person’s lips with a higher level of accuracy than even the best-trained professional lip-readers. Scientists at the University of Oxford,..

dna Tech Reads: From a day with the Google Pixel XL to Microsoft's speech recognition system

Catch up on the latest and coolest sci-tech news you missed!

Microsoft builds world's first human-like speech recognition system

newKerala.com Also reported by •Oneindia

Microsoft builds new speech recognition system that is as accurate as humans

One day when you instruct Cortana in a state of inebriation to book a cab, it will understand your alcohol-layered lisp and call a cab for you. In what could further thin down the line between human..
BGR India

Microsoft reaches 'human parity' with new speech recognition system

Researchers at Microsoft have announced a ‘major breakthrough’ in speech recognition. The company has created a technology that recognizes the words in a conversation, just as well as a person..
DNA Also reported by •newKerala.com

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