Datacentres on a Chip?
16 October, 2020

NVIDIA is revolutionising the way we look at datacentres – here’s how One of the world’s leading firms in terms of chip-based processors is US-based NVIDIA, having shipped over a billion graphics processing units (GPUs) till date. Its new-age Ampere GPUs are also being regarded as the ‘fastest ramp in…

COVID-19 creates deepfake trend in film, fashion and media
15 October, 2020

It was recently reported that Coronavirus lockdowns, have created an innovative trend of using deep fake technology for shooting realistic video was it is becoming more difficult, and in some locations, dangerous to carry out actual shooting. COVID-19 has made it difficult for companies to shoot instructional videos, promotional materials,…

Open House Session with Data Science Alumni
15 October, 2020

Join Praxis Business School Data Science Alumni in an Open House Session in association with Analytics Insight on 17 October 2020 from 11am onwards. If you are looking for answers to questions on Data Science careers and the Post Graduate Program in Data Science from Praxis Business School then join us now. Register Now for #AskMeAnything by Neha…

Skill gap thwarts IoT plans across industry verticals
14 October, 2020

The COVID-19 Pandemic has had some interesting fallouts in the sense that certain key technologies like Internet of Things (IoT) has witnessed a surge in demand, as companies automated their processes and connected devices to digitally transform their operations. According to the 451 Research more than 60% of organizations have…

Medical AI Reveals New Designing Dynamics
13 October, 2020

Hurdles while developing a healthcare tool reveals that social and human factors are as important as technology while designing AI models Based at North Carolina, USA, the Duke University Health System combines the Duke University School of Medicine, the Duke University School of Nursing, the Duke Clinic, and the member…

Video Conferencing gets an AI boost
12 October, 2020

How NVIDIA’s Maxine is set to change the landscape of video calls Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a significant proportion of the global workforce has been forced to work online – and without the convenience of in-person interaction or other communication methods. As such, this has seen a…

The Nouveau Engineer
9 October, 2020

Data engineering is set to be the profession of the future – here’s why The centrality of artificial intelligence across sectors is glaringly obvious today – more obvious than ever before owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has, of course, had direct bearing on the landscape of skills required to…

The Art of War – AI edition
8 October, 2020

How data scientists are changing the global military landscape The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in a country’s military forces is not a new phenomenon by any means. In fact, since the mid-2010s, the world has already been witnessing a steady arms race for better military AI. The quest for…

Benefactor: Microsoft
7 October, 2020

Why Microsoft’s GPT-3 license should be a win-win for all parties involved Ever since its release, OpenAI’s GPT-3 series has persistently stayed at the centre of discussion among researchers, developers and entrepreneurs around the world. Regarded as one of the world’s most advanced machine learning-based text (and image) generators, it…

Data Engineers Set to Fly
6 October, 2020

From CIA to Morgan Stanley, data engineers are in high demand From Morgan Stanley to Ericsson, IBM and even the CIA, the US spy agency, nearly every organization is looking to hire Data Engineers. A LinkedIn search shows that almost 15,000 openings for data engineers while Indeed.com shows over 10,000…