The AI mindset

“Moderna is a tech company that happens to do bio” Modern CEO, Stephanie Bancel. In 2020, Moderna released one of the first approved COVID-19 vaccines to combat the coronavirus. How? Moderna was built on a different technology base than others. It was built on an AI factory that industrialized the company's approach to data analytics... Continue Reading →

Bot- like bots vs Human-like bots

Uber driver: “Hey, how are you doing today?” Me: “Good. How about you?” Uber driver: “Well, I got up today. I can’t complain!” Me (thinking): okay, you have my attention Humans or bots- Some communicate. Others build relationships. Some bots behave like 19th century butlers. Others let out a cheer when a blood-pressure reading is... Continue Reading →

Of AI/ Tech Predictions

“While (Chancellor) Merkel spoke English well and much better than our few words of German, some of the conversation was sufficiently technical that it benefited from an interpreter. At one point Satya talked about AI and where it was going and he pointed to its ability to translate languages. When he said that AI would... Continue Reading →

Gatekeeping & Democratization in AI

When competing in the age of AI, the million dollar question businesses should ask but seldom does is “What does our AI team look like?” Your solution depends quite a bit on who is involved in solving your problem. Beyond gender and race, team diversity issue in AI is also about skills. Historically, the kind of... Continue Reading →

5 lessons from the #JWST

5 lessons from the #JWST (James Web Space Telescope) 1. Press on.30 years and $10 billion later, what the world is gushing over, this week, is the result of human perseverance. It represents the combined effort of about 20,000 engineers, astronomers, technicians and bureaucrats who saw it through. 2. There’s only one way to finding Nemo- just... Continue Reading →

The AI Cook

I love MasterChef. Some of my vivid memories is of Gordon Ramsey reminding the contestants to always "taste" the food they're preparing. I don't know if (or rather when) an AI contestant will enter the MasterChef kitchen. It certainly can "taste" the food. This isn't really easy because the human perception of taste relies on... Continue Reading →

AI driven Inclusive Shopping

Online shopping just got Inclusive. One of the trickiest aspects of online shopping for me is using my imagination to picture myself in a dress I like. Well, Virtual fitting technology just took a leap with a simple Choose your model feature at Walmart Powered by Computer Vision, you can now choose the height, body shape... Continue Reading →

AI Server

Rosa served our order the other day. Here’s what it could do- -Deliver dishes for up to four tables at a time thanks to a multipoint delivery mode. -Make it convenient for customers to take dishes. -With the AI-based path system, the robot could plan routes intelligently and accurately. System maintenance and upgrade were enabled... Continue Reading →

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