We are formally launching the much awaited MAINS 2017 Program. Student have said that, we are not promoting our MAINS program the way we promote our ESSAY program. We agree. But, instead of writing a long and explanatory note on this, let us assure on a very simple way. We managed to predict 6 out of 8 essays in MAINS last year. And that is the most difficult one because ESSAY HAS NO SYLLABUS. Think, what we can do when there is syllabus.
A great deal of material is being prepared for each GS paper and are being uploaded in the student portal. This year we are going the EXTRA MILE to help you tackle the off-beat questions like – Coelho case, Max Weber, Gandhi’s 7 sins (as asked in MAINS 2016) etc. Last year our predictions resonated well in real exam. (Last year sample test series questions :- UTM01, UTM03, UTM05, UTM08)
AI, or artificial intelligence, refers to the development of computer systems that can perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence, such as recognizing speech, making decisions, and understanding natural language.
Virtual assistants: Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant are examples of virtual assistants that use natural language processing to understand and respond to users’ queries.
Recommendation systems: Companies like Netflix and Amazon use AI to recommend movies and products to their users based on their browsing and purchase history.
Efficiency: AI systems can work continuously without getting tired or making errors, which can save time and resources.
Personalization: AI can help provide personalized recommendations and experiences for users.
Automation: AI can automate repetitive and tedious tasks, freeing up time for humans to focus on more complex tasks.
Job loss: AI has the potential to automate jobs previously performed by humans, leading to job loss and economic disruption.
Bias: AI systems can be biased due to the data they are trained on, leading to unfair or discriminatory outcomes.
Safety and privacy concerns: AI systems can pose safety risks if they malfunction or are used maliciously, and can also raise privacy concerns if they collect and use personal data without consent.