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RJD and Congress — came together. “IBM’s Social Network Analysis and Customer Analyst technologies will provide telecom companies and retailers with significant insights about their consumers, said Dr Guruduth Banavardirector of IBM Research – India and the global head of IBM Research’s Mobile Web initiative To preserve complete privacythe technology does not capture any personal details of the callersor any information about the conversation held during telephone calls Insteadthe algorithms examine enormous amounts of existing quantitative data such as call durationvolumeand time of dayas well as frequency and points of origination IBM has applied for multiple patents on this technology The second project -IBM Customer Analyst technologyunder development by IBM Research – Haifafocuses on better understanding Internet users – particularly mobile telephone subscribers For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: June 12 2009 12:58 pm Related News Debutante director Sabbir Khanwhose maiden movie ‘Kambakkht Ishq’ is all set to release on July 3said that makers of the film dared to dream big and approached it with sincerity “My story was about a stunt man and hence the backdrop had to be on the film industry I and producer Sajid Nadiadwala felt that Bollywood as a backdrop of a film had been done to death and hence we decided to base our story in Hollywood” Khan said Khan lived in Los Angeles for a year to work on pre-production before actually starting for the shooting and “it was difficult to get permissions for shooting in Hollywoodbut we managed it” Sabbir said he wrote the story keeping Akshay Kumar in mind “I know Akshay since the time I worked as assistant director for ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi’’Heyy Babby’ and ‘Janeman’ Akshay told me that he would like to work with me whenever I turn an independent director” the filmmaker saidadding Akshay and Kareena Kapoor share an “explosive” chemistry on screen “They have worked in seven films together earlier Butthey look a fresh pair in my movie” he said “Right casting is half the battle won” the director said Sabbir said Sylvester StalloneDenise RichardsBrandon RouthHolly Valance play important cameos and are an integral part of the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: March 2 2010 10:47 am Related News Despite two new releases? 2009 10:36 pm Related News IBM has announced two analytics-focused research projects that the company said would help telecom service providers and e-retailers improve customer service and loyalty as well as increase new-customer acquisitions.368 cases out of 6,172 cases in 19 major cities in 2016.the sheer passion Pradeep and his team of crew and cast have relentlessly shown.it’s been an extremely well planned well executed shoot And for what looking back at the last 4 Years of my association with Pradeep makes me feel like today.lies the story of Engineer Kuruvila, said Appukuttan. between 50% and 60% of the population.Ned Sharpless Daniel Sone/National Cancer Institute New NCI director expects big data to revolutionize cancer research care By Jocelyn KaiserDec 21 2017 3:10 PM Cancer researchers were nervous early this year about who President Donald Trump would choose to replace Harold Varmus as director of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) But in June their fears of an unconventional candidate proved unfounded when he tapped Norman “Ned” Sharpless Sharpless 51 who was then director of the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina (UNC) in Chapel Hill checked all the right boxes for the community: He is a physician-scientist who treats patients he has started two biotech companies and he runs a basic research lab focused on p16—a protein important to cell division and aging Sharpless who started work in October takes over for Doug Lowy the acting director since Varmus left in March 2015 Sharpless has spent the last 2 months absorbing information about the $57 billion institute He has talked to all six former living NCI directors for example as well as NCI grantees and intramural staff Talking this week with ScienceInsider Sharpless declined to lay out specific plans But he mentioned three areas that are important to him: big data basic research and translating discoveries into devices and treatments He’s also been thinking of ways to bolster the careers of young investigators a perennial issue for NCI’s parent agency the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Q: Why do you want to be NCI director A: My old boss Ron DePinho [Sharpless’s postdoctoral adviser now at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas] who nominated me for the job actually called to convince me why I should consider doing it And I sort of stopped him in midsentence and said “Wait Ron you had me at ‘NCI director’” I really believe it’s a special time in cancer research We have this basic biological understanding and the notion that cancer is thousands of different diseases and that has really allowed us to speed progress We’re going to remember the cancer researchers of the day the way we talk about [Louis] Pasteur and [Robert] Koch and antibiotics The opportunity to be involved at this time was just too much to pass on Wait Ron you had me at ‘NCI director’ Ned Sharpless National Cancer Institute Q: IBM’s effort to use the Watson supercomputer to guide cancer treatments has been controversial What are your thoughts about big data A: I am 100% convinced that the area of artificial intelligence and machine learning will have a huge impact on cancer research and cancer care [At UNC] we used Watson to organize the literature related to novel therapeutics for [our] molecular tumor board that was trying to decide what drug to give a patient based on [their tumor] mutation The STAT article to which I think you’re alluding called that a paralegal function [It noted that Watson was compiling knowledge generated by others] The point is it’s like a million paralegals that are really really fast and that’s superuseful When you start doing a thousand patients a year the allocation of therapy decisions gets very hard Q: Aren’t there already a lot of efforts to compile cancer patient data like the American Association for Cancer Research’s Genomics Evidence Neoplasia Information Exchange A: The clinical data are the hard part Genomic data are black-and-white compared to the clinical data in electronic health records Having med students reading charts and abstracting them is just too slow and so these tools that use natural language processing to extract the records are very useful That’s going to get us a million patients that are clinically annotated and aggregated with genomic data sets That will allow us to do the kinds of things that we really need to do Q: Where should NCI be going with immunotherapy A: Around 6 years ago one of the senior leaders of the immunotherapy movement was complaining to me about how NCI’s portfolio for immunotherapy research was small and didn’t have enough basic science or clinical trials I don’t think anyone could make that statement about the NCI portfolio today Importantly it includes a really strong commitment to basic science We just don’t understand cell biology well enough to make full therapeutic use of immunotherapies I’m a little worried that young investigators are becoming demoralized It’s a very tough funding environment Ned Sharpless National Cancer Institute Q: Are you worried about the drastic cuts to the 2018 NIH budget that the Trump administration has proposed A: I am obligated to support the president’s budget I will say that the congressional commitment to [NIH] has been good The budget has gone up significantly in the last 2 years and the [preliminary congressional] budget for 2018 looks promising as well I think the budgetary challenges are real Because if you consider the burden of cancer or what it costs society even $57 billion is not really enough But I would argue an even harder challenge for the NCI director is just the scale and scope of this place [It’s] difficult particularly for an extramural scientist like me to come in and lead it Which is why I’m so pleased to have the help of [NCI Deputy Director] Doug Lowy who was the acting director for 2 years and was also Harold Varmus’s deputy director Q: What are your thoughts on NIH’s efforts to help young researchers A: One idea we’ve been kicking around is to give some subset of new young investigators an extended period of R01-like [research grant] funding So instead of stopping the grant at 5 years they would submit a slightly more significant package than a standard noncompeting renewal And if that’s approved they would get 2 years extra funding That approval process would be more or less just to make sure they’re still making progress We realize there are intense pressures on young faculty to get data together before they can get their second grant and get tenure I’m a little worried that young investigators are becoming demoralized It’s a very tough funding environment I want to send the message that we are very receptive to proposals from young investigators and we are committed to their success Q: Are you planning to have a lab at NIH A: Most of the people who worked for me at [UNC] have now gotten their own jobs But I have some knock-in mice that I produced in my lab that I’m trying to import to the NCI so that I can start a lab effort here It’s very important to me It’s just nice to think about science It’s nice to understand the problems of a working scientistBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: November 29 2017 1:51 pm The company has plans to launch Honor 7X phone in December which is expected to be priced around Rs 15000 (File Photo) Related News Smartphone maker Huawei claims to have almost doubled shipments of Honor smartphones in India this year as compared to 2016 “Honor shipped 988 per cent more devices in 2017 (to India) than in 2016” Honor President George Zhao told PTI Huawei sells Honor smartphones online He said that with increase in sales the company is planning to further ramp up its manufacturing facility in India Honor is planning to start selling artificial intelligence (AI) enabled smartphones in India early next year which it says will be able to sense who is using the phone translate messages as per preference of the phone owner etc The company launched the V10 smartphone in China for RMB 29999 As per industry sources Huawei may consider launching the V10 in India for under Rs 40000 a unit – at almost half the price of AI-enabled phones that has been launched by two other companies “India is a key market for Honor and we will bridge the gap between our global and India launches going forward We are looking to time our India launches in tandem with global launch and going by that we should be seeing the 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