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The scientists from New Zealand have developed the world’s first artificial intelligence politician “SAM” that can answer a person’s queries regarding local issues such as policies around housing, education and immigration. It was created by Nick Gerritsen, an entrepreneur in New Zealand. It constantly learns to respond to people through Facebook Messenger as well as ..
Topics: Countries • Facebook • Gerritsen • Immigration • Member states of the United Nations • New Zealand • Operating systems • Social information processing • Social media • Software • United States
Online campaign #IamThatWoman launched by Union Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) to end gender bias in women against women
The Union Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) has launched an online campaign #IamThatWoman to end gender bias in women against women.Through the campaign, the Ministry seeks to highlight the various aspects of women standing ‘by’ and ‘for’ women. The purpose of the campaign is to shed light on the enormous contributions made by ..
Microsoft India has officially launched ‘Kaizala’ a Made for India app for businesses and organizations, which is powered by Azure Cloud platform. It is designed for large group communications and work management, and works even on 2G networks. The app would help organisations communicate, collaborate and complete tasks and bring together desktop users and mobile-only ..
Topics: Citrix Cloud • Citrix Systems • Cloud computing • Cloud infrastructure • Computing • Microsoft Kaizala • Microsoft mobile services • Mobile software • Office 365 • Operating systems • Software
Facebook has bought facial recognition tech start-up FacioMetrics for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition was aimed at using the technology provided by the startup for making photo or video effects to better challenge its rival Snapchat. FacioMetrics was founded in 2015 and makes use of artificial intelligence to give facial image analysis capabilities to ..
Twitter shunned 6 accounts similar in appearance to the Prime Minister’s Office account. The action by twitter came after the Department of Information Technology sent an ultimatum to the social media site for failing to block the morphed and inflammatory web pages. These web pages carried inflammatory contents uploaded to instigate disturbance in the country. ..