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This guy is pushing for an iran nuclear deal seems like he is going to be a disaster??
iranians extract more than a pound and when Iran says deal..they are simply buying more time. Its not the first time Americans have fallen for that..
If they stilll go by that renewed deal thing..them americans are doing the same thing and expecting a different result.
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Absolute state of private sector.
but this is to be expected.
everyone out to make ez money through this import-and-sell baniyagiri
Honestly nothing wrong with that. That was a prototype concept for demonstration by the private sector. Does not make much of business sense to invest so heavily on some parts which is readily available in market. Aka jugad. The real deal is currently under work and will be done in next 3-4 yrs.
 

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US intelligence director says China is top threat to America
US is an idiot country having no clue of who can be their long term ally or enemy. This is the nation which strengthen china when china was aggressive towards Russia. Now China has become their main threat. They supported Pakistan against a genuine democracy India. Now they repent that they took their money and supported terrorism. You can bribe few lobbies in US who can serve your interest. These idiots say that minority rights are not secured in India where they can do Namaz on road and railway station. Just bribe some journalist and make them say what you want. Their down fall has started now. US will no longer be a very important country in coming 2 decades which it is today.
 

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Must be a porky

Morons need to improve their googling skills , there are multiple indians companies who make drones , majority of them are involved in military grade drones.

A year or so later they will get the surprise of their lives , maybe next year who knows during aeroindia .

Something similar to this has been under development since a couple of years. The individual drones will not only be able to find and destroy the targets , they will also be able to undertake EW activities.

 

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Morons need to improve their googling skills , there are multiple indians companies who make drones , majority of them are involved in military grade drones.

A year or so later they will get the surprise of their lives , maybe next year who knows during aeroindia .

Something similar to this has been under development since a couple of years. The individual drones will not only be able to find and destroy the targets , they will also be able to undertake EW activities.

EW Drone? Is it drdo project? Can u elaborate more
 

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Bengaluru company's AI tool to interpret cross-border Mandarin intercepts
Chethan Kumar | TNN | Updated: Nov 28, 2020, 10:19 IST
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BENGALURU: A Bengaluru firm with expertise in conversational artificial intelligence (AI), whose solution delivered last year is also being used by the
Indian armed forces
on the western and eastern borders, has now developed a new integrated speech recognition-based solution that can help interpret cross-border intercepts along India’s northern and northeastern borders.
The end-to-end voice translation system developed by Gnani.ai uses automatic speech recognition (ASR), machine translation and speech-to-text to convert Mandarin to English and is designed to help armed forces, intelligence agencies and local law enforcement authorities in improving communication systems and giving substantial leeway to the defence forces.
The firm has used more than 8,000 hours of audio data — four major dialects of Mandarin — to train the machine, and the firm’s co-founder and CTO, Ananth Nagaraj, told TOI the tool would transform and improve the communication systems and help strengthen armed forces.

The solution has a wide range of applications that includes cross border intelligence, voice surveillance, monitoring telephone/internet conversations, intercepting radio/satellite communication and to bridge interactions during border meetings and joint exercises.


The firm also said that their tool has features like noise reduction, dialect/accent detection and support for all audio file formats.


“We are in talks with the armed forces and as on date, we are 100% confident of them accepting this given our previous success. You will hear something from them in the next few months. In 2019, we delivered on a significant contract for the armed forces, and our solution is being used on the western and eastern borders. This changed the game for them,” Nagaraj said.

He said that earlier, the armed forces, which had intercepts from various sources, used either manual analysis or keyword-based search technology. Gnani’s solution used AI and provided a complete transcript of millions of records in a matter of hours.

“For instance, someone had to sit and listen to all the records to find keywords like Aloo or Gobi (code for grenade). They would have to listen to all of them and narrow down how many conversations had such keywords, which was time consuming. With our solution giving a complete transcript, they can simply search,” Nagaraj said.


Nagaraj said the firm realised that the armed forces do not have enough expertise in Mandarin compared to the languages used in Pakistan, Bangladesh or Nepal.


“Working with them (armed forces), we understood that in this case, just giving a transcript was not enough as not many understand Mandarin. So we are offering a transcript in various Mandarin dialects, and a complete translation of the same in English,” he said.

On the value of the 2019 contract, Nagaraj said: “I’m not at liberty to disclose that, but I can say that it was significant. We are a team of 50 AI people in Bengaluru and the contract was worth enough to keep us all happy for a few years.”

It is developed under TDF.
 

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Morons need to improve their googling skills , there are multiple indians companies who make drones , majority of them are involved in military grade drones.

A year or so later they will get the surprise of their lives , maybe next year who knows during aeroindia .

Something similar to this has been under development since a couple of years. The individual drones will not only be able to find and destroy the targets , they will also be able to undertake EW activities.

I think it will be air launched we have already seen it in expos.
 

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