Indian outsourcing and ICT services giant Infosys has launched its second-generation Artificial Intelligence platform – Nia. The company claims it tackles “breakthrough” business problems such as forecasting revenues, forecasting what products need to be built, understanding customer behaviour, the content of contracts and legal documents and understanding compliance and fraud.
Indian outsourcing firms operating in Australia are making no comment about the Australian government's move to abolish 457 visas and introduce another category known as Temporary Skill Shortage visas.
Indian outsourcing giant Tata Consultancy Services has decided to set up an innovation lab in Australia as a result of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's recent visit to India.
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