[Book Review] Analytics of Life by Mert Damlapinar

Analytics of Life: Making Sense of Data Analytics, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence is a work of non-fiction in the business and technology sub-genres, and was penned by author Mert Damlapinar. As the title and subtitle suggest, the subject matter of the work concerns the growing field and practices of data analytics.

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Use of Artificial Intelligence that has potential business Value

AI graphic

The use of the artificial intelligence market is expected to grow to $390.9 billion by 2025, and industries within the space show a similar trend that is automotive AI, for example, is expected to grow by 35% year over year, and manufacturing AI will likely increase by $7.22 billion by 2023. However, according to top industry analysts, most (about 80%) of AI projects stall at the pilot phase or proof-of-concept phase, never reaching production.

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New AI-powered Headphones available in the market in 2021

AI headphones

Artificial intelligence is now being used in the making of AI-powered headphones to provide the users with an experience of listening to music without any hassle. AI-powered earbuds let the users hear important sounds that they should be hearing while blocking out the noise that disrupts their music. The following are the latest AI-powered headphones available in the market.

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India moves forward in the Artificial Intelligence race

India joins AI race

The IT sector of India has always been a hub of great minds and it has played a vital role in the economic growth of the country. Around 2018,  the government think-tank, National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog emphasized the development of AI research in the IT sectors. This development came on the heels of the launch of a Task Force on Artificial Intelligence for India’s economic transformation by the Commerce and Industry Department of the Government of India in 2017. Since then, AI is gradually being adopted in every sector of India.

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Artificial Intelligence is monitoring traces of wildlife in the Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands

Scientists at Duke University and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) have come up with an interesting set of deep learning algorithms that could analyze more than 10,000 drone images of mixed colonies of seabirds in the Falkland Islands off Argentina’s coast. The Falklands are home to the world’s largest colonies of black-browed albatrosses (Thalassarche melanophris) and the second-largest colonies of southern rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes c. chrysocome). Hundreds of thousands of birds breed on the islands in densely interspersed groups.

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