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crowd-sourcing

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 What is crowdsourcing, how to take advantage? In 2011 came the Hollywood movie Life in a Day. Filmmaker Ridley Scott made the film from a total of 80,000 video clips of 4,500 hours. There is an interesting reason behind mentioning this here. None of the 80,000 clips were made by the film production house. All those clips were clips sent by different people. The film was made about 90 minutes. If you've been interested in hacking or Internet security research, you've probably heard of BugCrowd. It is the largest bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure platform in the field of cyber security. The company employs independent hackers who are not involved in any organization around the world. The company's business model is based on this. The latest news is that Facebook has recently released a new app. This app called 'Host' is a platform for sharing informative content. Here the person can bring up the issues in his mind and ask questions. Can guess at any subject. An

Only thinking will change TV channels

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 After five years, your TV will be like this You will not have to press any buttons at all in the coming time. A lot of your work will be solved by Artificial Intelligence. There is tremendous innovation happening in the television world. Every day television companies are thinning the screen. Now the screen has started coming to the curve. New functions are being upgraded. Developers are no longer limited to channels by connecting the TV with apps. Today's Smart TV has all that a smartphone can have. In the future, smart TVs will be even more artistic and surprising. Smart TVs will be more aware of people's trends and your TV viewing experience will become more amazing. In fact, consumer electronics companies are working on such smart TVs, which humans can control with their minds. Only thinking will change TV channels TV companies have been working on the project for a long time and its trial is expected to start in Switzerland next year. With the help of this technology, the

Degree courses and professional training in Artificial Intelligence - 2020

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Need for degree courses and professional training in Artificial Intelligence: Specialist Experts say that along with the changing technology scenario, there is a need for degree courses and professional training in Artificial Intelligence. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced Artificial Intelligence as an optional subject in schools but still, there are no full-time degree courses in this field apart from short duration courses in the country. Varun Dhamija, vice president of Pearson Professional Programs (PPP), said, "In the digital age and the rapidly changing industrial landscape, artificial intelligence is affecting many industries and changing job roles." The world is looking towards Artificial Intelligence in almost every industry and it is being considered as the next major technological change in the industrial and smartphone revolution. He said, 'According to our recent survey, 60 percent of Indians believe that the world is growing in a

Now Google's AI system will tell where an earthquake can occur, know what is special!

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Google's AI system will tell where an earthquake can occur, know what is special! Earthquake tremors can also be predicted by using artificial intelligence or artificial intelligence. Earthquake tremors can also be predicted by using artificial intelligence or artificial intelligence. Scientists at the US-based Harvard University and Google have used an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system to analyze earthquake databases from around the world to predict earthquake tremors. Phoebe DeVries, a senior researcher at Harvard University in the US, said earthquakes usually occur sequentially. He said that many small tremors often occur after the initial 'major shock'. He said that although these shocks are usually smaller than the main shocks, sometimes they hamper relief and rescue operations to a great extent. The timing and size of subsequent tremors are understood and established by established empirical principles, but it is still challenging to accurately predict their locatio

AI will prove to be a milestone for the agricultural sector

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AI will prove to be a milestone for the agricultural sector At present, there is a special focus towards the agriculture sector by the central government. That is why the importance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in agriculture was discussed during the two-day Annual Technology Conference of National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) in Gurugram. Veterans of the technology sector said that new steps are being constantly taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the welfare of farmers. In order to meet the target of doubling the income of farmers by 2022, the emphasis is now on using modern technology in farming. In such a situation, much is being done to change the fate of the farmers and the picture of agriculture in the country through technologies like Artificial Intelligence. Artificial intelligence techniques can prove to be profitable farming for farmers. This will reduce the cost of crops and increase the income of farmers. According to agricultural scien

Demand for AI and machine learning experts

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Demand for AI and machine learning experts to grow by 60% by next year Automation in companies is expected to increase by 60 percent in demand for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning specialists by 2018. According to Francis Padang, regional director of talent management solutions provider, AI and machine adoption may be growing, but there is a shortage of experienced talent in technologies such as deep learning and neural networks. This is the salary of AI professionals Experience annually 2-4 years Rs 15-20  lakhs 4-8 years 20-25 lakhs 8-15 years 50 lakhs -1 crores At the same time, HR professionals believe that their role as AI evolves into broader and more strategy product management roles. Since there is a huge shortage of talent in the AI ​​sector, That's why employers who use AI automation tools will speed up the recruitment process. Telecom jobs increased due to 4G, 30 lakh recruitment to be done by 2018 There is a piece of good news for people sitting in governmen

Scientists have detected a large number of gravitational lenses using Artificial Intelligence.

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Thousands of superlative lenses are present in the universe, this mystery can be solved Scientists have detected a large number of gravitational lenses using Artificial Intelligence. Telescopes are used to learn about astronomical objects. There are many types of telescopes. But do you know that the universe already has many natural telescopes. Yes, the universe's galaxies and other giant objects act as a lens for distant objects. A recent research has found hundreds of similar lenses using Artificial Intelligence technology. Their effect is called Gravitational lensing. What is the gravitational lensing effect It is a natural phenomenon when a large amount of matter, a large galaxy or group of galaxies, creates a gravitational field and magnifies the light passing through it. But this happens without changing the sight of the bodies behind those giant objects. And this effect is called gravitational lensing. Einstein first gave its concept The concept of gravitational lensing was

Why are people still buying feature phones?

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Why are people still buying feature phones?  The smartphone in your pocket can calculate billions of rupees in seconds. 3D games with unprecedented video quality can be played. Information and events from around the world can be found instantly. You can also take quality photos like a DSLR camera from a smartphone. You can easily get a smartphone with all these capabilities and qualities at a price of over ten thousand. However, Nokia's feature phone market has not declined yet. Who buys such feature phones? Why buy? Today we will discuss this topic with you. Feature Phone: Abridged History In the 1990s and 2000s, the world was divided into two poles due to mobile. One on the phone and the other on the rest. The phone was a joy to people. But it was not so sophisticated. Phone calls and text messages were exchanged. Remember Nokia 3310 and Motorola's star TAC. As time went on, these feature phones came with the facility of video and photo messaging. Basic web browsing was also