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Artificial Intelligence course the next big thing

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Hyderabad: Universities worldwide are constantly adding innovative courses to their curriculum that can ensure the employability of the students. One such field of education is Artificial intelligence (AI). The AI revolution has reshaped our lives and the way we work. From self-driving cars, robotic assistants, and automated disease diagnosis, AI has contributed some of the most significant innovations in the last few years. As a result, several students have started to show more inclination towards this fairly new aspect of engineering. Realising that AI is one of the fastest-growing and most transformational technologies of our time, many reputed national and international universities have been offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the subject.


Hyderabad receives shot in the arm as Apple inaugurates maps development office

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The efforts of two-year-old Telangana state in wooing global IT majors received a major boost on Thursday with Apple Inc announcing the launch of a new office in its capital Hyderabad. Located in the real estate firm Tishman Speyer's WaveRock campus in the IT corridor, the new facility will focus on the development of maps for Apple products such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, making it easier for people to find locations for entertainment and also providing information on public transport and navigation. The company is reportedly planning to invest 25 million (170 crore rupees) on the facility, which is located on an area of 100,000 square feet with a staff of around 400 initially. It will expand its operations in the coming years by adding another 150,000 square feet and will provide employment to around 4,000 people. In an official release, Apple CEO Tim Cook, who is visiting India for the first time to give a fillip to the company's business in the country, said that Apple was focused on making the best products and services in the world and that they were thrilled to open the new office in Hyderabad which will focus on Maps development.


IIT-Hyderabad set to help Telangana govt carry out research on AI

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Hyderabad: The Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IIT-H) is going to collaborate with the Government of Telangana to carry out research in Artificial Intelligence. The Institute is partnering with the Information Technology, Electronics and Communication Department, for building, and identifying quality datasets, along with third parties such as Industry. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Prof B S Murty, director, IIT Hyderabad, and Jayesh Ranjan, principal secretary to Government of Telangana, during an event held on January 2, 2020 as part of '2020: Declaring Telangana's Year of AI' initiative. They will also work on Education and Training to prepare and deliver content and curriculum on AI courses, which are to be delivered to college students along with industry participants. Prof Murty, director of IIT Hyderabad, said, "IIT Hyderabad is a pioneer in the field of Artificial Intelligence. IIT Hyderabad is the first institute in the country to launch a BTech program in AI. With a strong base of close to 25 faculty in the Department of AI, IIT Hyderabad is looking forward to such opportunities to come up with many more innovations and research achievements in the field."