Artificial intelligence research hub to come to Hyderabad

Hyderabad: a Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence Research (CRiAA), an R&D Park, Center for Excellence and other Artificial Intelligence facilities will be in Hyderabad as the Telangana government signed eight memorandums of understanding with various companies on Thursday.

The state signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Intel, Hyderabad International Institute of Informatics (IIIT) and the Indian Institute of Public Health (PHFI) for CRiAA, which will focus on diagnosis, preventive public health, social strategy and community-based policy, discovery of treatment protocols and smart mobility, advanced security, autonomous navigation, traffic management and smart cities and in other areas.

It was one of the membranes that had undergone filming at an event organized here to declare 2020 as the year of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Under another memorandum of understanding, NVIDIA will work with the state government to set up a High Performance Computing Center (HPAIC). They will also help launch incubation and host training seminars to support women and minority groups, officials said.

The state, in collaboration with IIT Kharagpur, has decided to launch an R&D Park and an AI-CoE, with applications in advanced production, life sciences and aerospace and defense.

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed with Norway's AI Cluster to design a student and teacher exchange program with Norway's leading universities and soft landing programs for start-up companies in Hyderabad for access to the Scandinavian.

Another signing memorandum with the signing of Wadhwani AI, in which he will develop AI solutions for the benefit of mothers and newborn babies. The WAI solution will also be used for agriculture. It will also advise Telangana on the use of AI to solve complex social development challenges

Adobe Systems will help the state build capacity. Will work to foster digital literacy and foster youth creativity skills

IT Minister KT Rama Rao said the state's primary goals were to attract and enable over 200 innovative and start-ups to establish their base in Hyderabad, train and attract top talent from around the world. industry and government. "Another goal is to enable governments and key industry sectors to harness GN and transmit public transformation contributing an additional 1% to Telangana's GDP," he said.

Rama Rao said that Telangana will ensure that AI serves humanity and the common good while enforcing fundamental rights such as privacy, equality, justice and democracy.