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2020 has left an impact that would last a lifetime for all of us. The year wasn’t promising on a variety of aspects, be it people losing their lives, getting sick, losing their jobs, people getting soaked in debt and

Organizations look for every possible way that’d pave the way for enhancing the customer experience. With the advent of technology, catering to the needs of the customers has become easier than ever. One of the best ways that helped the

AI in healthcare diagnosis is reaching new heights by enabling the detection of vision loss. The significance of AI in the healthcare industry is widely accepted and appreciated. The recent pandemic-induced digital transformation highlighted the importance of artificial intelligence in the

AI Algorithms are surely one of the solutions to tomorrow's future, but it needs to be seen what that world looks like, and what ideals it is founded upon.   Artificial Intelligence in today's world is growing to be quite common. These

AI-based technologies in jointure with data will make top data analytics trends.   Companies are blind and deaf without data analytics. Today, data analytics help organizations understand their market better to stay ahead of competitors. Data analytics infrastructure will likely grow five

What is semi-supervised machine learning and how will it help in data classification to derive insights?   Machine learning is an integral part of automation and digital transformation. AI-driven technologies use it extensively to analyse and predict insights. Machine learning algorithms are

How is Artificial Intelligence helping Us Combat deadly Malaria? Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by Plasmodium microbes, which are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. Though it is a preventable and treatable disease, according to the