Lokesh Choudhary

Lokesh Choudhary

Lokesh enjoys reading a lot and views himself as an armchair technology journalist. He enjoys sharing tales involving technology. His background in linguistics as a subject of the study did not prevent him from investigating the subjects of AI and Data Science. His email address is lokesh.choudhary@analyticsindiamag.com.
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2022 Is The Year of Text-to-Anything

This year saw many developments around art generators, starting with text-to-image generator Open AI’s DALL E-2. Not just text-to-image generators, text-to-audio, text-to-video and even text-to-shop have become the talk of the town

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Is NPCI Building Single-token Digital Identity?

NPCI has been seeking blockchain developers for a few weeks. But why would it need blockchain developers in the first place? In this article, we speculate whether NPCI is developing a Single-token Digital Identity

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Shahrukh Khan, Deepfake and Political Campaigns

With the increasing personalised advertising in India, could it be possible for political parties to introduce personalised ad campaigns soon? AIM speaks to Ashray Malhotra, CEO, Rephrase.ai

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Predictive Policing Is Dumb

Predictive policing was implemented by India, like many other countries, in a number of states, including Telangana, Jharkhand, Delhi, and UP. Although the idea seems grandiose, is it unbiased?

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The 100% Secure Email Paradox

Although Gmail has frequently been accused of scanning emails, it does offer protection against malicious emails. But are private email service companies like Protonmail secure despite their assurance of privacy?

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The Backend of Indian Elections

We decided to learn more about how campaign manager deals with data analytics as its use in Indian politics increases.

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Quora – An Almost Successful Website

Recently, Quora launched a prompt generator designed just to ask questions. The website continues to strive for SEO optimization despite the fact that the users are annoyed by the strange questions it poses.

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Digital India Needs Digital MP

India is planning to increase the seats of MPs in parliament by 2026, and since we are at it, why not also include an AI member?

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