India’s new drone regulations distilled

The central government has issued the Drone Rules 2021, which establish a far more permissive framework for unmanned aircraft systems than existed previously. Several procedures and permissions have been eliminated under the revised guidelines, a version of which was issued in July, and this is intended to simplify drone operations for civilian drone operators. “The new Drone Rules usher in a landmark moment for this sector in India. The rules are based on the premise of trust and self-certification. Approvals, compliance requirements and entry barriers have been significantly reduced,” Prime…

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Research used data mining tools combat covid 19 misinformation

Computer scientists at UC Riverside are working on tools to assist track and monitor COVID-19 symptoms, as well as sort through disinformation about the condition on social media. Using Google Trends data, a team led by Vagelis Papalexakis, an associate professor in the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering, and Jia Chen, an assistant professor of teaching, created an algorithm that identified three COVID-19 symptoms that were distinct from the flu: Ageusia (loss of taste function of the tongue), shortness of breath, and anosmia (loss of smell) are all…

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AI technique to transform stained tissue into special stains : New research

UCLA researchers created a deep learning-based approach that may be used to reduce the requirement for human histotechnologists to generate unique stains by computationally converting existing pictures of H&E stained tissue into special stains. This AI-based technique was demonstrated by generating a full panel of special stains used for kidney tissue, namely Periodic acid–Schiff (PAS), Jones silver stain, and Masson’s Trichrome; all of these special stains were computationally transformed from existing images of H&E stained tissue biopsies using specialised deep neural networks. The researchers used this panel of unique stains…

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AI for All launched by prime minister Narendra Modi

The prime minister of India Sri, Narendra Modi initiated the “AI for All ” program at the first-anniversary event of national education policy. AI for all is a joint initiative in collaboration with CBSE, Ministry of education and Intel India. The purpose of this initiative is to create a basic understanding of Artificial Intelligence for every Indian resident and eventually train one million citizens in the first year itself. AI For All is a four-hour, self-paced, micro-learning program that applies to a student, a stay-at-home parent as it is to…

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Around 5 million youngsters to be skilled in robotics by 2022..!

  Leading tech companies are in a steady race to rewrite the way robotics are executed in industries and people’s everyday lives. The innovations taking place in the robotic industry will lead us to an exciting future. The robots are going to be an integral part of our future..!! Governments and other organizations out there now need to focus on providing the right robotic skills necessary to work in the future.Very few countries are taking the bull by the horns when it comes to tailoring education systems for the age…

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AICRA alongside NPC to establish Centre of Excellence: Industry 4.0

The Indian government had earlier acknowledged and accepted the significance of a technology revolution. The government was keen on establishing the scenario in every division by initiating several programs alongside dedicated councils and organizations. This is a journey towards achieving ATMANIBHAR BHARAT: industry 4.0 mission. National productivity council and all India council for robotics and automation embarked on the voyage Of establishing a Centre of excellence that provides consultancy and training services for Industry 4.0 in areas of Industrial Engineering, Agri-Business, Economic Services, Quality Management, Human Resources Management, Information Technology,…

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Machine learning could be accessible to the nonexperts: Research says

Award-winning research from the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science explains “How inexperienced individuals can efficiently and ethically use machine learning algorithms” to encourage industries to harness the power of artificial intelligence. As machine learning has joined numerous fields and industries traditionally outside of computing, the requirement for research and effective, convenient tools to facilitate new users in leveraging artificial intelligence is unprecedented. We don’t know much about how nonexperts in machine learning come to learn algorithmic tools,” said Swati Mishra, a PhD student in the field of information…

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Facebook’s AI-empowered robots developed a language on their own? : Everything you need to know.

As per some social media claims, Facebook’s AI-empowered robots Alice and Bob have further stepped up by developing a language to communicate on their own. AI is a part of our everyday life and it’s hard to escape from it. Studies already revealed that the future of human tech relationships may take a new turn when AI systems learn and develop skills on their own. Some social media platforms claim that the evolution towards AI autonomy has already happened at the Facebook office. Reportedly, Facebook has unplugged Alice and Bob…

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Machine learning applications do not need a huge amount of data for learning

A group of researchers from the University of British Columbia has discovered that some machine learning applications can learn from less data. They published their paper in the journal “nature machine intelligence”. The team interprets the testing they performed with machine learning applications created to predict certain types of molecular structures. In this new effort, researchers found that machine learning applications such as spotting people in photographs do not need huge amounts of data to be useful. The discovery paves the way towards the scope to develop more machine learning…

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