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Lucknow: Applicants wishing to pursue their career in artificial intelligence (AI) or data science will not need to seek a facility outside of Lucknow. The Institute of Engineering Technology (IET) will launch M.Tech in AI and data science from this year. The growing demand for artificial intelligence and data science in health and the pharmaceutical sector, especially during the Covid-19 epidemic, has made these two studies known to students. "We will provide 18 seats in M.Tech AI and Data Science. Also, the institute is scheduled to receive approval from the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for three courses: M.Tech (mechanical engineering), M.Tech (structural), M.Tech (strength and power) which will assist students in international acquisition and international relations," said the director of IET Prof. Vineet Kansal.
As cases of violence against women and girls have surged in South Asia in recent years, authorities have introduced harsher penalties and expanded surveillance networks, including facial recognition systems, to prevent such crimes. Police in the north Indian city of Lucknow earlier this year said they would install cameras with emotion recognition technology to spot women being harassed, while in Pakistan, police have launched a mobile safety app after a gang rape. But use of these technologies with no evidence that they help reduce crime, and with no data protection laws, has raised alarm among privacy experts and women's rights activists who say the increased surveillance can hurt women even more. "The police does not even know if this technology works," said Roop Rekha Verma, a women's rights activist in Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh state, which had the highest number of reported crimes against women in India in 2019. "Our experience with the police does not give us the confidence that they will use the technology in an effective and empathetic manner. If it is not deployed properly, it can lead to even more harassment, including from the police," she said.
Lucknow: The UP government has collaborated with Austin University of the US for courses in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning for cybersecurity management and data analytics for students of the state. The students will get a certificate or degree from the Austin University, recognized in over 65 countries and the course fees would be shared by the university and the UP government. Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) and export promotion minister, Siddharth Nath Singh told TOI that an MoU for collaboration between the technical education department of the state government and the Austin University has been signed on Wednesday. "This is a game changer in the field of higher and technical education as students will get a certificate from one of the best US universities while residing in any UP city. The certificate will make them useful for global brands," Singh said, adding that the North Californian university is producing over 30,000 students from its technical institutes every year and as compared to the progressive states of the country, UP lacked such advanced courses.
Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) is increasingly adopting the use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to throw up advanced technological solutions to internal security challenges. The Bengaluru-headquartered company may be known as a radar company, but its embrace of AI technologies is resulting in increasingly smaller but advanced inventions. During a recent interaction at Defexpo 2020 in Lucknow, the company showed DH its new Command Control System (CCS), which can track Persons of Interest (PoI) in public spaces such as airports and railway stations. "The CCS is more than a video monitoring system. Its AI system can determine anomalous behavior, identify persons of interest through their gestures or body language and even gauge their emotional state by scanning their faces," said a BEL officer.
Gurugram-based AI startup Staqu has launched its video analytics platform called JARVIS in Uttar Pradesh. The app was launched by UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Staqu has established AI-powered video analytics solution with a'Video Wall' that covers CCTV footage from all of 71 prisons of the state, covering a stretch of 900km. The AI-powered video analytics tool is now live with 700 cameras for multi-purpose analytics and can automatically analyse intrusion at the wall, frisking, and unauthorised access, sudden increase of crowd, violence, camera not working, and intrusion detection, amongst others. JARVIS is also equipped to send alerts on various predefined events on the mobile app to the jail superintendent and also to the nodal command centre at Lucknow.