The Centre for Responsible AI is an interdisciplinary research centre with a vision of becoming a premier hub with an immediate impact on deploying AI systems in the Indian ecosystem.
Sources said it is a spatial app, developed with the potential to inhabit the metaverse world, and helps the users capture various moving models of memory through digital reconstruction.
As part of the initiative, IIT-M will work with various industries on research and development of Green Hydrogen.
CSM’s founder and CEO Priyadarshi Pany said the Raftar team has the potential to be a game-changer in the passenger vehicle as well as heavy vehicles, telemetry, vehicle tracking and much more.
The technology will scan for vulnerabilities in 5G telecom networks and reduce network downtime.
The course will be offered in online mode and is open to all students. Those who completed Class 12 with physics and mathematics can apply irrespective of age or role.
Four-year BS program in Electronic Systems will be in a position to serve multiple industries such as Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Mobile, Medical Electronics and Defence.
Commending the initiative, DGP Shankar Jiwal said, “If the number of accidents goes down, it leads to a lot of positive outcomes, top of which is reduction in loss of lives and limbs.
During 60th convocation of IIT-M, Chandrachud asks students to use tech for positive change
The institute plans to establish advanced VR/AR-based training centres for private players and public sector undertakings like SAIL.
A quadriplegic with a 90 per cent disability, Preethi Srinivasan is also the first disabled woman to seek admission into the PhD programme at IITs in 2019.
A temporary campus equipped with accommodations for offices, classrooms, and auditoriums has been identified in the Bweleo district in Zanzibar from where IITM will start functioning initially.
IIT Madras has been part of the national panel that evolved interoperable fast charging standards for India.
The research includes identifying alternative fuels, particularly hydrogen and building mechanisms and capabilities for that.
The event precedes the third sustainable finance working group (SFWG) meeting under India’s G20s Presidency, to be held from June 19-21 at Mahabalipuram.
IISc Bengaluru has bagged the second spot in the “overall” category followed by IIT Delhi.