The machines have taken over, almost

Vast amounts of diverse data in disparate locations can be accessed and analysed often in real-time. Traditionally, computing systems perform tasks that humans programme them to do. But today, they can be trained to learn from their experiences and perform complex tasks. This is possible as vast amounts of diverse data in disparate locations can be accessed and analysed often in real time, giving us mind-boggling insights. Not surprisingly, machine learning is being widely adopted. The government of Andhra Pradesh uses Microsoft’s cloud-based predictive analytics service, Azure Machine Learning, to find out the students who are at a high risk of dropping out. Wipro Holmes, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform developed by the IT major, can mimic human actions and is being used by financial institutions to automate tasks like…


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