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Artificial Intelligence: A game-changer for the Indian Education System

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With the rapid advancement of technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become one of the key aspects of growth and innovation across industries. It is thus imperative that the youth is made familiar with the basic concepts of AI from their childhood. In fact, it looks like the process has already started. Madhya Pradesh government had recently announced the introduction of an Artificial Intelligence course for students from class 8. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had said that this is going to be the first such initiative in the country. India has always advocated for universal learning, and Artificial Intelligence constitutes an integral part of that.


Madhya Pradesh govt to start Artificial Intelligence course in schools

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New Delhi: The Madhya Pradesh government will start a course in Artificial Intelligence (AI) for students from class 8, which will be the first such initiative in the country, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Sunday. The government will also launch a veterinary telemedicine facility so that livestock keepers can get advice on the phone regarding diseases of cows and other animals. A similar facility will be launched for farmers so that they can consult experts over the phone regarding agriculture-related problems and diseases of crops, the chief minister told a press conference at Pachmarhi, the lone hill station in MP, located 210 km away from Bhopal. The two-day brainstorming session of the Madhya Pradesh cabinet held at Pachmarhi ended on Sunday. The state cabinet also took several other decisions including setting up Sanjivani clinics in urban areas and regarding transportation policy for rural areas.


Indian Army sets up Quantum, Artificial Intelligence (AI) Lab

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New Delhi: The Indian Army with the help of National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) has established a Quantum and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Lab at Military College of Telecommunication Engineering in Madhya Pradesh's Mhow to spearhead research and training in this key developing field. Key thrust areas are Quantum Key Distribution, Quantum Communication, Quantum Computing and Post Quantum Cryptography, the force said. Indian Army chief General M.M. Naravane visited the facility to take stock of the situation and see technological research being taken by the labs. Indian Army has established an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Centre at the same institution with over 140 deployments in forward areas and active support of the industry and academia.


Indian army sets up new quantum computing lab, artificial in...

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The Army has set up a quantum computing laboratory and a centre for artificial intelligence (AI) at a military engineering institute in Madhya Pradesh's Mhow. The two centres will carry out extensive research in developing transformative technologies for use by the armed forces. 'The Army, with support from the National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS), has recently established the Quantum Lab at Military College of Telecommunication Engineering, Mhow to spearhead research and training in this key developing field,' the Defence Ministry said. It said the Indian Army is making steady and significant strides in the field of emerging technologies. Chief of Army Staff General MM Naravane visited the facility during his recent visit to Mhow. 'Indian Army has also established an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Centre at the same institution with over 140 deployments in forward areas and active support of industry and academia,' the ministry said in a statement.


Indian Army Sets Up Quantum, Artificial Intelligence Lab - AI Summary

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New Delhi, Dec 29: The Indian Army with the help of National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) has established a Quantum and Artificial Intelligence Lab at Military College of Telecommunication Engineering in Madhya Pradesh's Mhow to spearhead research and training in this key developing field. Indian Army has established an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Centre at the same institution with over 140 deployments in forward areas and active support of the industry and academia. Since then, an impetus has been given to the Indian Army's Technology Institutions for investing in AI, Quantum and Cyber. By undertaking a multi-stakeholder approach incorporating Academia (such as IITs), DRDO organisations, Research Institutes, corporate firms, startups and industry players, this initiative is an apt example of Civil Military fusion with Atmanirbhar Bharat a key driving factor. Requisite timelines based objectives with adequate funding have been worked out for projects and progressive fielding of solutions in the Indian Army is expected on a fast track basis.


Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

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Today I am writing his blog to discuss with you the recent advances in the field of health care with Artificial Intelligence. We will be discussing how Artificial Intelligence when integrated with healthcare makes the process more convenient and increases efficiency, and later I'll be discussing a recent research project I did on neonatal death prediction with machine learning-based classifiers. Before discussing the role of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care, we must understand the meaning of Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence or AI means human-like intelligence shown by computer systems or machines. AI contains the ability to solve problems and make decisions like humans with a similar or better efficiency than humans. Machine learning is just another type of AI, it is the most commonly used form of AI and is the base for the majority of the AI systems out there.


All about Transfer Learning!

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Let's hop on to why we use Transfer Learning! So in Deep Learning, people always go for self-prepared and self-trained models. They always tend to make their models from scratch, which is a good approach. By making a model from scratch, you get complete access to it. You can dictate the play.


Experience in LetsGrowMore

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Hello Everyone, Hope you all are doing well! I am Mayank Samadhiya, pursuing Integerated M.Tech in CSE specialization in AI and ML from VIT Bhopal University. This blog is related to my data science virtual internship experience at LetsGrowMore which was held on September 2021. Before talking about my intership experience, let you know about LetsGrowMore. So, LetsGrowMore is a ground-based organization that aims at building the future through nourishing the present.


Microsoft to teach Artificial Intelligence to students of Madhya Pradesh schools

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In the new era of technology Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the next big thing. Keeping this in mind, at least 53 schools in Madhya Pradesh will teach students of classes 8 and 9 Artificial Intelligence (AI) from this academic session (2021-22). The Madhya Pradesh State Board of Open School Education is set to launch the study of emerging technology artificial intelligence (AI) as separate subjects in the school curriculum. For this, global tech giant Microsoft has been hired to teach the students and also train state teachers to enhance their understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Around 1,500 teachers and over 40,000 students will be benefitted from this project.


How Artificial Intelligence Is Helping Tackle Malnutrition In Rural India

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While India has shown recent improvements in areas like life expectancy, literacy rate and health conditions, malnutrition still persists in the country due to widespread poverty, rapid population growth, and weak last mile governance. That's the reason Welthungerhilfe, one of the largest private aid organizations in Germany, with support from Action Against Hunger, a global humanitarian organization that seeks to address the causes and effects of hunger and save the lives of malnourished children, decided to pilot the Child Growth Monitor app in India. The app was piloted in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan because undernutrition is particularly prevalent in the states and a large number of children are affected by severe wasting conditions like marasmus. In rural India, Anganwadi workers are tasked at assessing the nutritional status of children aged between 6 months and 5 years--about 40 to 60 kids within each of their intervention areas. However, most of these workers are ill-equipped or unskilled, leading to flawed data.