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Story National projects National project “Digital Economy” could not appear. The development of technology in the world has gone at such a breakthrough pace that it is necessary to start preparing for professions in the digital sphere from school age. At the expense of the state But let's start the story with adult education. With … Continue reading AI and me. Digital professions for schoolchildren and adults

Story National projects On July 1, the training stage of the All-Russian Olympiad in Artificial Intelligence for schoolchildren in grades 8-11 started. The Olympiad is held thanks to the federal project “Artificial Intelligence” national project “Digital Economy”.  How to participate?  Interest in artificial intelligence technologies is rapidly growing in the world, new digital formats and … Continue reading Springboard to the industry. The All-Russian Olympiad in AI has begun

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has written to Air India (AI) to synchronise the tickets sold in premium classes with the number of serviceable seats in those cabins and avoid involuntary downgrades to economy. “We have warned AI from booking more business class passengers than serviceable seats available. Any violation will invite action,” … Continue reading Don’t sell more biz class tickets than number of serviceable seats: DGCA to AI

“If I didn't know for sure that this was a computer program that we ourselves created, I would have thought that I was dealing with a child of seven or eight years old, who for some reason turned out to be a connoisseur of physics», — he declared. Robots and artificial intelligence have inspired science … Continue reading Ghost in the car. The programmer found consciousness in AI and was suspended from work

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has fined Air India Rs 10 lakh after finding the airline was violating rules for denying boarding to passengers holding confirm tickets and who report to airport well in time for their flight. In 2010, DGCA put in place penalties that airlines are required to pay passengers in … Continue reading AI fined Rs 10L for denying boarding to flyers without compensation

Campbell Wilson, the current chief of Singapore Airlines’s budget arm Scoot, was appointed as the CEO and MD of Air India. In a farewell letter to his colleagues at Scoot, Wilson expressed his gratitude for his new role and said that “there are other mountains to climb”.

Air India had to suspend its twice-weekly Delhi-Moscow nonstop from April 1, 2022, as the airline’s renewed insurance contract in force from that day prohibits its aircraft from landing in and taking off from Russia and Ukraine, say people in the know. It can, however, continue to overfly Russian airspace under the renewed insurance contracts … Continue reading AI suspends Delhi-Moscow flight over insurance issues

Tata Sons chief N Chandrasekaran will be the chairman of Air India. His appointment was approved at an AI board meeting in Delhi on Monday, say people in the know. General Insurance Corporation former CMD Alice GeeVarghese Vaidyan will be inducted on the airline board as an independent director.

“We still treat Air India as competition. Vistara is a better choice. We are completely different organisations and that will continue until we are told otherwise.” Vistara CEO Vinod Kannan told TOI in his first interaction on Tuesday after Tata Group taking over low cost Air India Express and full service AI last month.

All professionally run airlines and hospitality companies treat “commercially important person/s” (CIP) — those who get business — as the real VIP. Air India’s new and original owners, the Tata Group, have made the airline join this league too.

Air India ground staff and service engineers have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from November 2 over the airline’s recent notice asking them to vacate their staff quarters within six months of privatisation of the national carrier. Three unions, representing a majority of ground employees have demanded that the airline allow them to … Continue reading AI unions threaten strike to retain staff quarters

Tata Sons is preparing to make sweeping changes at Air India that would cut costs and streamline operations to better position the carrier in the competitive skies. A new set of directors would take charge of the Air India board once the ownership of the carrier is transferred to Tata Sons by the government.

Facebook users who recently watched a video from a British tabloid featuring Black men saw an automated prompt from the social network that asked if they would like to “keep seeing videos about Primates,” causing the company to investigate and disable the artificial intelligence-powered feature that pushed the message.

Artificial intelligence specialist, AR (augmented reality) experts, genomic portfolio director, master edge computing and digital imaging leader are some of the hottest jobs this year, as per staffing company TeamLease’s Jobs and Salaries Primer Report 2021.

Union civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Friday said that that the disinvestment process of Air India is getting delayed due to the second wave of the Covid pandemic and assured that the disinvestment process will happen in this year.

Coming to the aid of all Air India pilots whose services were terminated, including the contractual ones, the Delhi high court on Tuesday quashed the national carrier’s decision of last year and directed their reinstatement. The HC also ordered back wages to be paid to the reinstated pilots. The court also said that extension of … Continue reading HC quashes AI’s decision terminating pilots, orders reinstatement