Yunis Lone, Vice President – Engineering in Unify Technologies, a mid-sized company based out of Hyderabad, has over two decades of experience in the IT industry. So when he decided to go back to being a ‘student’, in order to learn more about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), he was apprehensive, both due to his age, as well as his ability to complete the course.
With 10,000+ applicants and 1000+ graduates in 2018 alone, the program has made its mark as one of the most aspirational and impactful deep tech executive programs in the country in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Why has AI caught on like wildfire amongst businesses?
JCR Licklider, considered to be one of the most important figures in computer science and general
Technology is not confined anymore to technology companies or dedicated to the use of IT professionals only. Usually, descriptive words like omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence
The world, at the moment, is awash with speculations, opinions, and fears about artificial intelligence and its perceived `threat’ to human held jobs.
AI today is a topic of conversation, a subject for corporate presentations, a space for technological debates; in general, a term uttered by many who are familiar with a machine.
In the mid-eighties, Small Wonder, a sci-fi TV series entertained adult and child alike. The story revolved around an android in the form of a 10-year-old girl.
A span of 50 years in technology’s perspective can be deemed a very long period; however, if one goes through the article called
Science fiction author, Isaac Asimov, in his robot series, says: Mankind is no longer alone. Roughly 70 years later,
India is still in the process of making its population technology savvy. Yet, the country has seen great advancement in technology across many sectors.