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Apr 12, 2019

Rise of Chatbots

Sandip Bhattacharya ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT

A chatbot is loosely defined as a computer program which conducts conversation via auditory and textual methods. It is derived from the word “ChatterBot”, coined by Michael Mauldin in 1994. There are several derivatives – verbot, smartbot...
Capital Market
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Apr 11, 2019

Capital Markets – Regulatory environment for 2019

Kinsuk Mitra Director of Finance, Risk and Compliance

What's ahead of regulations for Capital Markets? In today's rapidly evolving marketplace environment, let us take a closer  look at the regulatory requirements of capitals markets this year which can help to address the key business...
CCPA
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Apr 09, 2019

The California Customer Privacy Act (CCPA)

Prakash Menon AVP & Industry Principal - Utilities

California’s new, landmark privacy law “The California Consumer Privacy Act” (CCPA), was unanimously passed by California lawmakers and signed into law by the Governor on June 28th, 2018. It gives California consumers unprecedented personal data...
Data Mining
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Apr 08, 2019

Artificial Intelligence in Tech Industry

Sandip Bhattacharya ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT

There are many concepts within the domain of artificial intelligence (AI), including machine learning (ML), deep learning, neural networks, natural learning processing (NLP), virtual reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), LSTM, and a few others. All...
Data Mining
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Apr 08, 2019

Role of IoT and Data Mining in the Tech Industry

Saravana Nallakamu SAP Digital CX Practice Lead

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network connecting the world of tangibles to that of the intangibles, that is, a network of physical objects connected to the software cloud. With the increasing popularity of IoT, new solutions are designed using...
NN
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Apr 05, 2019

Neural Networks: Inception and Insights

Saravana Nallakamu SAP Digital CX Practice Lead

The human brain has always been an object of fancy and of fantasy for the scientists of the world. Not just scientists and neurologists, but every human being has, at some point, thought of the infinite mysteries that lie inside their own heads....
Digital Customer
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The advent of smartphones, smart appliances, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML)-enabled cars has caused a shift in the way customers experience services. With the role of technology in the lives of customers increasing every day...
Healthcare
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The only way to find out how Big Data is making the world a better place is by tracing its uses in healthcare. As per HIMSS, the amount of healthcare data being generated is increasing at an exponential rate of 48% a year, hence, healthcare...
Digitalized Subrogation
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Optimized Processes in Claims Lifecycle and Straight Forward Claims Settlement in Fast track are some of the Buzzwords being articulated repeatedly when the Insurers look for improving their Loss Ratio.
Blockchain
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May 06, 2016

How to Evaluate BlockChain

Robert Eliis Lab Director

This approach angle flaw is specifically in the way evaluators are considering actually what the BlockChain is. There are two ways: the typical approach being a database technology or a new way - an ecosystem.
paradigm Shift Omni Channel retailing
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Retailers can boost margins and customer engagement by focusing on multi channel retailing via select strategic channels, based on in-depth understanding of buyers, their journeys as well as unique business strengths.
IoT
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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) encourages work toward developing more sophisticated technologies in order to transform the manufacturing process and computerize and automate it. The trend is popularly described as Industry 4.0, the fourth...
Blockchain in Healthcare
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Blockchain has added value across the industries. It has previously been used as Bitcoin, and is now being adopted by the healthcare industry. The benefits are multiple and sustainable.
Supply Chain
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While numerous articles talk of delivering a seamless omnichannel experience by leveraging such factors as common customer databases, digital, customer interactions, analytics, and socialytics, none of these factors touch upon the backbone of the...
Mimicking the Human Brain
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In this era of cognitive computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are making headlines, mimicking the workings of a human mind to solve complex problems in every field, from medicine to manufacturing. Alongside these technologies...
Data Mining
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Apr 08, 2019

Role of IoT and Data Mining in the Tech Industry

Saravana Nallakamu SAP Digital CX Practice Lead

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network connecting the world of tangibles to that of the intangibles, that is, a network of physical objects connected to the software cloud. With the increasing popularity of IoT, new solutions are designed using...
Digital Customer
334
The advent of smartphones, smart appliances, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML)-enabled cars has caused a shift in the way customers experience services. With the role of technology in the lives of customers increasing every day...
NPS
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Most people today want to start planning for their retirement life in their early 30s. But the pity is most of them are getting lost in the numerous choices being offered by various pension providers. And many land up with very costly products,...

Decarbonizing the Grid: Resilience at the Edge
Prakash Menon - AVP & Industry Principal - Utilities | March 6, 2020
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Over the last few years, electric grids have been decentralizing, resulting in wider use of distributed resources with energy flow happening bi-directionally as well as laterally. Utility companies are increasingly implementing solutions such as advanced distribution management systems (ADMS), distributed energy resources management systems (DERMS), virtual power plants, and the internet of things (IoT). Additionally, innovations in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine language (ML) as well as smart sensors becoming cheaper with time are enabling new operational capabilities and business models.

However, there are other factors beyond technology that play a critical role in decarbonizing the electric grid. Government policies play a crucial role in the business strategies of energy and utilities (E&U) companies. Similarly, these companies also need to factor evolving customer expectations and preferences while planning their offerings. Moreover, the emergence of renewable and alternative energy sources, and the economics around them, has given E&U companies plenty to think about. In short, E&U providers are faced with the need to revisit their business models and redefine their offerings in order to not just stay relevant in the changed paradigm, but also to champion the environmental cause.


How Automotive ECU Linkage for better Track and Trace can save the day
Venkata “Raj” Parchuri - AVP and Industry Principal Manufacturing Vertical | February 3, 2020
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Product recall is an expensive proposition for the automotive sector. A solution based on blockchain consortium eliminates this issue by providing a comprehensive ledger version at a VIN level across the automotive value chain. Comprehensive regulatory reporting also gains expedition. The technology also promotes data security among stakeholders. Car manufacturers can maintain a tamper-proof log of crucial records and identify vehicles that require recall in no time. Software complexity and distributed sources of firmware/ECU are some other challenges plaguing the sector. Automotive ECU linkage is a proactive solution in this case. It enhances authentication, offers long-term sustainability, and smooth operational efficiency for the sector.


AR/VR- technology enabler for improved learning
Dirgha Prasad - Senior Management Trainee VSOM Team | November 27, 2019
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Student enrolment rates have gone up considerably, from 216 million to 380 million in 14 years. With increase in earnings of the working population and easier access to study material, the education industry is thriving. Growing internet penetration and possession of smart devices have facilitated e-content and made it accessible across the value chain. The growing popularity of digital textbooks, coupled with modes of smart learning (enabled through Augmented Reality (AR)/Virtual Reality (VR) techniques), will drive the growth of the education market. However, there are a few challenges and therefore, for effective AR/VR implementation in the education industry, it will be essential to strike a balance between enhancing student experience and investing in other core infrastructure activities.