An estimated 86 million more people in India and Asia Pacific region will need to undertake digital skills training over the next 3 years to keep pace with tech advancements.
Companies are increasingly taking up data analytics to lower costs, enhance customer experience and optimise processes. Applications such as artificial intelligence and machine learning are also changing the way we work. Here’s what’s in store in this field next year
A project has been launched in which data dealing with every aspect of farming and reaching the produce to the consumers will be collected and put together, analysed, patterns drawn and lessons learnt
Big data is not the answer to all ills but a means to get better results. Quality of data and its analysis is equally important, if not more, and can help marketers increase customer equity and revenue
The direct and indirect tax departments used statistics from the last two financial years to create an “audit checklist” to identify “outliers” based on industry averages to determine further scrutiny
Markets will evolve and there will be new products. While the way we invest might change, human behaviour does not. We are always seeking the 'edge' to maximise our upside.
Disruption sets forth the onset for all progressions and the Investment industry is not untouched by one. With the ever-changing market dynamics, a retail investor thinks a lot more adaptively and comprehensively today.
Facial recognition and emotion analysis will soon help etailers capture customers’ emotions and help them offer the right products. Artificial intelligence will help the etailers detect a shopper's gender, age and emotions, among other things, in real time, and target them with relevant ads and promotions
Here are some of the top technologies that have been instrumental in transforming businesses so far, and are likely to continue to expand in their application to improve capabilities in 2020.
New Delhi should shed its paternalistic way of looking at Bengaluru and Gurugram. After all India’s IT sector has led the biggest wealth creation in the history of our country.
In the context of investing, the current fad for Big Data and machine learning seems overblown. Successful investing entails understanding basic probabilities well. While machines can be used to crunch these probabilities, the old-fashioned method of reading annual reports has worked pretty well.
With multiple data breaches across platforms and industries over the past few years fraudsters now have greater access to the information they may seek to use for identity theft or to falsify other information.
Apps, blockchain, warehousing network, part of govt’s Rs 25 lakh crore wide-ranging plan to make farming rewarding.
Efforts are also on to evolve a legislative framework under which the National Statistical Commission (NSC) may function with independence and give holistic guidance for improving the national statistical system, the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) said.
Mphasis will extend Esgyn's flagship product, EsgynDB, with its own data accelerators and IT services.
Digitisation is the key focus area for the company now. The company’s revenue from digital stands at 31 per cent of the overall revenue. As the digitisation poised grow, the company would need to step up its digital capabilities.
Smart Data helps businesses reduce the risk of data loss and improve a range of activities.
The emergence of ‘big data society’ and its predictive regime of truth based on obscure processes seem to be inadequately regulated by the existing data protection law.
Five skills including data science, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, cyber security and digital project managers are in demand
Banks and financial institutions have been the early adapters of big data analytics to understand credit behaviour of customers among other aspects
Paytm customers can get access to instant credit for everyday use-cases ranging from movies to bill payments to flights to physical goods
Some of the leading banks in India, have set the trend in personalisation. HDFC Bank took the lead in the use of analytics back in the early 2000s. State Bank of India is also using analytics to track its own services
Can emerging technology help financial institutions cope with changing market conditions, regulations and consumer demands?
The startup aims to use AI and big data to improve productivity and care quality of doctors and help patients manage their health and existing ailments better
Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, today announced the start of the 9th edition of â€˜Tech Fiesta‘ in India, a nationwide-event designed to showcase its IP and cutting-edge solutions, along with the latest in new technologies.