Anshika Mathews

Anshika Mathews

Anshika is an Associate Research Analyst working for the AIM Leaders Council. She holds a keen interest in technology and related policy-making and its impact on society. She can be reached at

Council Post: Future of Careers in AI (after the revolution of Generative AI)

The way many people work could be fundamentally changed by generative AI. Some people might be excited by this concept. What this entails for others may be a concern. In industries where automation is possible, there is no doubt that this technology has the potential to greatly boost productivity and save costs.

Council Post: How AI is changing localisation in 2023?

The need for quick, affordable translation and numerous technical advances fuel innovations of all kinds. From translation to quality control, AI can be employed at every stage of a localisation project’s workflow. In reality, localisation and AI complement each other well. The localisation industry has made significant improvements in speech recognition, AI, speech synthesis, and NLP technology.

Council Post: How to Engage a Data Team

Engaging a data team is critical for the success of a data-driven organisation. By providing the resources, support, and alignment with the goals and objectives of the organisation, you can help ensure that the data team is able to deliver the insights and information needed to make informed decisions. Engaging a data team is an ongoing process that requires regular communication, collaboration, and investment in the development and training of the team.

Bridging the gap between Data leaders and Recruitment Heads

bridging the gap between data leaders and recruitment heads is an ongoing process and requires relentless effort. Organisations should establish a framework for regular communication and collaboration, and periodically review and adjust as necessary. Additionally, it’s important to involve both data leaders and recruitment heads in the decision-making process and make sure that their voices are heard and considered.

Council Post: Digital Personal Data Protection Bill – 2022, Challenges and Opportunities

India is preparing to make history. Taking the lead in Industrial Revolution 4.0 is perhaps a significant turning point in the country’s development. In order to build artificial intelligence, the internet of things (IoT), and robotics while protecting individual privacy, we must take control of the data and information generated by Indian customers and work with professionals equipped to handle it.

Council Post: Is there anything like too much data?

We’ve assumed that more data translates to more useful information and a higher likelihood of learning new things. In many ways, having a wealth of data is turning out to be more of a burden than an asset, which is something we’ve started to appreciate.

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