AI is taking roots in our everyday lives in a very subtle way. Machine’s ability to “think” like a human is the core philosophy behind Artificial Intelligence. It is a way of making a computer or a software think in the same manner as we humans do.
With the help of AI, machine-learning technologies are increasing the productivity like never before. From workflow management tools to trend analysis, AI is changing the way we do our business today. Not only it helps in increasing organizational efficiency, but it also reduces the possibility of any critical error. AI helps to detect irregular patterns, like payment fraud, etc and alert the firm about any suspicious activity.
In near future, we will see a huge impact in AI advancements, like how machine-learning algorithms can be used to prevent cyber terrorism and payment fraud. We would also see a strong impact of AI in healthcare advancements for a more accurate treatment of medical conditions. The positive effect that AI will have on the society, in terms of efficiency, is immeasurable.
Data mobility as the name specifies, means getting data where and when you need it. It focuses on immediate and self-service data access that will enable accelerated application development, more development output, improved productivity and improved time-to-impact business intelligence. Organizations have islands of IT outside their data centers at numerous remote and branch offices.
Employees today are increasingly mobile and need an access to corporate files, applications, and services. This is where Data Mobility plays a helping hand. Workers need to access their data when they need it, where they need it and on any device that they need it, along with its full security. Today, data mobility has a huge impact on the sales of the business, product development, supply chain schedules as well as customer satisfaction.
As coined by William H. Inmon, the Father of Data Warehousing, “a data warehouse is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant and non-volatile collection of data in support of management's decision making process”. It is a relational database that is designed for query and analysis rather than for transaction processing. It separates analysis workload from transaction workload and enables an organization to consolidate data from several sources.
In healthcare industry today, there has been a lot of money and time spent on transactional systems like EHRs. So, the industry is now ready to pull the data out of all these systems and use it to drive quality and cost improvements. And that’s where a ‘data warehouse’ comes into play. As data warehouse is structured to make analytics fast and easy, which is the need of an hour of any industry. A data warehouse contributes in a great way for future decision making. Most major corporations today use data warehouses in their system.
Machine learning is the hot buzzword right now. We are all aware of Artificial Intelligence which has the super power to reduce all those mundane, repetitive things that you have to do every day so you can go back to doing creative and exciting work. But people often get confused with AI and Machine Learning. Machine Learning is a current application of AI based around the idea that we should really just be able to give machines access to data and let them learn for themselves. Whereas, AI is the broader concept of machines being able to carry out tasks in a way that we would consider smart.
Machine learning’s main aim is to allow the computers learn automatically without human intervention or assistance and adjust actions accordingly. Beyond personalized marketing, other common machine learning use cases include fraud detection, spam filtering, network security threat detection, predictive maintenance and building news feeds.
A world of devices connected by internet opens up opportunities for us that were previously unthinkable. The fact that devices can now be connected to each other, share data and take intelligent decisions by talking to other devices can disrupt the way we interact with our surroundings. Build applications on Internet of Things that help us improve our experience in our day to day life.
In 2017, we would see the emergence of mixed reality, which combines AR and VR to completely immerse users into a world where they can summon holograms. The devices that create mobile virtual or augmented reality experiences, are showing up in places other than labs and gaming centers.
Virtual reality is a technology that allows a user to perceive and interact with a simulated environment. The environment may be either realistic or fanciful. VR lives strictly inside a headset and transports people to anywhere in real or imagined digital worlds. Whereas, Augmented reality is a technology that overlays information onto a user’s field of view as it perceives the real world. The information typically informs the user about an object or place at which it is looking. AR layers digital objects on top of real-life settings.
The technology is getting so effective and sufficiently user-friendly that more companies are considering to incorporate AR/VR solutions into their workflow.
Bhamashah Scheme, initiated in 2008 by Smt Vasundhara Raje, was the first Direct Benefit Transfer programme in India. Along with its key objective of DBT, the scheme also focuses on women empowerment and financial inclusion.
The Bhamashah Scheme recognizes family as a unit and ‘lady of the house’ as the head of the family. The Bhamashah family card and the bank account are made in the name of the lady of the house and all the family benefits are directly transferred in her account. Rajasthan is the only state in India to empower women by registering the bank account in her name. Today, more than 5.2 crore residents of 1.4 crore+ families have been enrolled under Bhamashah Yojana.
Bhamashah Yojana platform will let the participants to work on technical adherences with third party platforms. For instance, how does a linked bank account work within the Bhamashah ecosystem? Read more about it here: http://bhamashah.rajasthan.gov.in
e-Mitra is delivering its objective as a common service centre (CSC) by providing 290+ services to the citizens across 33 districts of Rajasthan. e-Mitra kiosks act as a liaison between the government and citizens.
e-Mitra offers 290+ services through 40,000+ e-Mitra kiosks across the state which makes it the largest service delivery network in India. e-Mitra caters various services like bill payments, banking services, application for driving license, and digital bonafide which conjoins the intricate technological coalition between two systems.
We are providing you e-Mitra platform where you will get the mind-altering opportunity to showcase your technical approach towards solving the intricacies.
Read more about it here: http://emitra.rajasthan.gov.in
Blockchain is a distributed database that maintains information/order/records called blocks. The data is constantly growing, so a ‘completed block’ is linked with a new block with fresh information. Each new set of block contains a timestamp and references and identifies the previous block by a hashing function, forming an unbroken chain.
Blockchains are secure by design as they are inherently resistant to modification. Once recorded, the data in a block cannot be altered retroactively. The technology can be used to record transactions between two parties effectively and in a verifiable and permanent way.
Moreover, Blockchain itself can be programmed to automatically trigger transactions.
'Big Data' is an evolving term term used to describe collection of data that is voluminous in size and yet growing exponentially with time. Such data is so large and complex that none of the traditional data management tools are able to store it or process it efficiently. It could come from myriad different sources, such as business sales records, real-time sensors used in the internet of things, etc. Big Data could be structured data, such as SQL database stores; unstructured data, such as document files; or streaming data from sensors.
With the help of ‘Big Data’ one can take data from any source and analyse it to find answers that enable:
New product development
Over the past many years, the recent flood of data from genome sequences and functional genomics has given rise to new field, ‘bioinformatics’, which combines the elements of biology and information technology. It is the application of computer technology to get the information that's stored in certain types of biological data. It studies living things, usually at the molecular level.
Bioinformatics involves the use of computers to collect, organize and use biological information to answer questions in fields like evolutionary biology and provide globally accessible databases that enable scientists to submit, search and analyse information. It not only offers analysis software for data studies and comparisons but also provides tools for modelling, visualising, exploring and interpreting data. Modern biological, biomedical and development research cannot be done without bioinformatics.
The Main goal of bioinformatics is to convert multitude of complex data into useful information and knowledge.
Tourism in Rajasthan is like embarking on a luxurious journey to India’s royal grandeurs. A true testimony of royalty, luxury and heroism – Rajasthan has been the preferred tourist destination for decades. Nestled among the Aravalli Mountain Ranges, decked by magnificent palaces and adorned by illustrious forts, this royal state welcomes tourists with promises of an enchanting experience. Be it a leisure holiday seeker, or a history enthusiast or a culture devotee or a luxury excursionist, Rajasthan quenches all travel yearnings, offering an experience so enthralling, it stays with you for life.
Irrespective of which part of the state you visit, Rajasthan aristocratic appeal will intrigue you and deck up your holiday with its never-ending charm. Rajasthan’s endless possibilities in tourism is what makes this state a favoured travel destination for tourists from around the world.