Intel India Trains 99,000 People In Artificial Intelligence

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Intel, which is the world’s largest chip maker company has claimed in an official report that they have trained 99,000, developers, students, and professors in Artificial Intelligence(AI) since April 2017 in our India. On last Wednesday Intel India based in Bengaluru said that they have trained 99,000 developers in India, in order to make AI-ready talent also available in the country. Some of the largest firms like Philips, Mphasis and arya.ai have also collaborated with Intel as partners and customers to power AI solutions to its architecture.

The semiconductor firm held a Developer’s conference with having more than 500 developers which also includes the experts in data science, machine learning, and application development had participated in the conference. The conference worker as a platform to share more and more updates on the Real-world applications of AI(Artificial Intelligence) that can benefit businesses and people.

Intel India’s Managing Director, Prakash Mallya told that the company had earlier committed to training 15,000 developers, students, and professors in AI with the help of different set of training and workshops, but exceeded the target over 7-fold by roping in many from over 100 organizations.

Some of the bigger corporates like Microsoft, IIT Hydrebad, Reliance Jio, Flipkart, deliberated on various facets of AI, from its evolution to creating new streams to the ethical component and its impact on the people worldwide.

Gadi Singer, who is the Vice President of AI, said that the conference held in India is a testament to the growing eco-system and collaborations for growing AI technology. Some Indian companies also demonstrated how they use AI to improve their business and enhance the end-user experience.

Their insights and solution have represented a great potential for India in developing AI technology. Intel is also expected to also engage AI developers and startups in India, through its Academy and AI builders program.

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Written by Udit Agarwal

Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies,

Udit can be reached at [email protected]

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