SC agrees to use AI to improve medical education
The Supreme Court has agreed that Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used in the process of verification of medical colleges by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
 
The apex court has asked Nandan Nilekani, co-founder and non-executive chairman of Infosys, to give concrete suggestions at the earliest. The court said he would be at liberty to take technical assistance from various IT companies to devise a suitable mechanism.
 
A bench of Justice S.A. Bobde and Justice L. Nageswara Rao accepted the suggestions of senior advocate Kapil Sibal for AI-aided improvements in medical education in the country.
 
Sibal, who was assisting the court, told the bench that Nilekani could assist the court to develop a computer network-based technological solution which can include AI.
 
In its order on September 19, the bench said: "There are incessant disputes which reach this court about what actually transpires at inspections of various private medical colleges by the MCI. The parties contest virtually every fact that is recorded in an inspection."
 
It said: "Sibal has requested us to appoint an expert in the field such as Nandan Nilekani. We accordingly request Nilekani to go into this
problem and give concrete suggestions to this court at the
earliest."
 
AI, also called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, as against natural intelligence displayed by humans and other animals.
 
The court has been hearing pleas relating to the regulation of the country's medical education to bring in transparency and accountability and oversee the statutory functioning of MCI, which regulates the country's medical education and the profession.
 
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The recording takes place locally. So, after the recording is over, you can save it on your local hard-disk. After saving it, you could send it to any recipients via email, WhatsApp or any other mode of sharing.
 
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Tesla confirms it is under probe by US Justice Department
Electric car maker Tesla has confirmed that it is under probe by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) over its Chairman and CEO Elon Musk's announcement of talking the company private.
 
According to a report in NPR late on Tuesday, Tesla said "it was complying with a Justice Department request for documents".
 
"Last month, following Elon's announcement that he was considering taking the company private, Tesla received a voluntary request for documents from the DOJ and has been cooperative in responding to it," a company spokesperson was quoted as saying.
 
"The matter should be quickly resolved as they review the information they have received," the spokesperson added.
 
It's not clear what the Justice Department is investigating, said the report. Tesla is also under investigation by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
 
On August 7, Musk surprised the investment world with a Twitter announcement that he was considering taking Tesla private and that the funds needed to do so were "secured".
 
Musk's tweet caused a financial firestorm with Tesla shares soaring like never before and Nasdaq had to intervene to halt trading.
 
Later, Musk took a U-turn, saying his investors were extremely important to him.
 
"Given the feedback I've received, it's apparent that most of Tesla's existing shareholders believe we are better off as a public company," Musk wrote in a blog post.
 
"Although the majority of shareholders I spoke to said they would remain with Tesla if we went private, the sentiment, in a nutshell, was 'please don't do this'," he added.
 
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