This week, we look at AI in India. With its massive population, fast-growing economy, English-language education and large supply of brilliant researchers and engineers, it should be competing with China and the U.S. for dominance in the space. But it is not. I talk to Partha Talukdar, a professor at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, about the challenges that have kept India from realizing its AI potential.
WEEKLY NEWSLETTER | Finance Watch
Week Ending 07.14.2019 — Athena Security targets 10x revenue jump, Invitae, Matterport and Waystar make acquisitions, Dynatrace raising USD 300m in IPO and Medallia raising USD 260m, RealWare and Beta Bionics raise Series B funding, UK, Russia & Israel work on AI standards, Mojio hires CFO, China AI investment falls off cliff. Read more
CORPORATE COVERAGE | O6.15.2019
DOCUPACE TARGETS 2020 AI PRODUCT ROLLOUT — The digital services platform provider for the asset management industry is targeting next year for an anonymized data benchmarking product, CEO Mark Tapling says. Read more
FEATURE | 03.08.19
AI ARMS RACE: CHINA AND THE CONFUCIAN/COMMUNIST EDGE— China is awash in data like no other country and with the Communist Party on one side and Confucian culture on the other, that data is being used to train AI systems with little of the resistance met in the West. Read more
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