Making machines smart

Have you ever wondered how appliances are made "smart?” How they can anticipate or analyze or mimic human behavior? How can a car operate without a driver? Part of the answer is "data annotation,” explains Neville Patel, entrepreneur and chief executive officer of Poona based Qualitas Global Services (QGS), a limited liability partnership. In data annotation, it is the work of human annotators to label, tag, transcribe or process a set of photos, videos or text. For example a road scene will be titled a road scene and the actual road, the cars, drivers, pedestrians, traffic signals, trees, etc would......

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