Analytics India Magazine brings you the annual list of the top data scientists in India, for the fourth year in a row. We have been identifying the ingenious minds in the world of data science and analytics who are also driving the innovations across various industries in India. From building analytics team to bringing newer processes in the working, the data scientists listed here have been instrumental in changing the face of the organisation. We have considered data scientists working with an organisation or independently, irrespective of size and nature of work. Here's the list of top 10 data scientists, to draw some inspiration and motivation from.
A new research center is to be established in India to undertake foundational research in many areas of data science and artificial intelligence (AI) applicable in the Indian context, and create societal impact through multidisciplinary interactions with government, academic, research and industrial collaborators. Its activity will include research projects, knowledge management and dissemination, developing prototypes, outreach projects, and setting up collaborative facilities and laboratories among others. The objective is to advance scientific innovation for societal benefit. Several technologies currently require large datasets to improve their accuracy and to adapt these technologies for the Indian context. There are basic issues in the way data is collected and shared; these need to be solved in a collective and open-sourced manner.
Amsterdam, Netherlands/Stuttgart, Germany – Artificial intelligence is poised to fundamentally change the world: in the future, machines will be capable of autonomously learning from experience and acting on this basis. The foundation for this is deep learning. In the future, the University of Amsterdam and Bosch will cooperate closely in this field. To this end, the two partners have announced a research alliance in Amsterdam. Known as Delta Lab ("Deep Learning Technologies Amsterdam"), the alliance aims to promote regular professional exchange and knowledge transfer.
Stuttgart, Germany – Germany is getting its first Cyber Valley: to drive forward research in Baden-Württemberg on artificial intelligence, Bosch and partners from politics, business, and science are pooling their strengths in a new initiative. Modeled after Silicon Valley, Cyber Valley's aim is to translate findings from basic research into concrete industrial applications. "Machine learning and artificial intelligence are key competencies in shaping the connected world," said Bosch CEO Dr. Volkmar Denner at the Cyber Valley kickoff in Stuttgart. "In the international competition for innovation, Germany should not sit back and allow major IT companies from abroad to dominate these areas." Bosch is supporting the Cyber Valley venture to the tune of some seven million euros.
The Precision Medicine World Conference will be one of the most exciting conferences focused on AI in healthcare in 2018. CEOs of cutting edge companies from around the world will come together to discuss how they are using techniques such as computer vision, deep learning and machine learning to make big advances in medicine from drug discovery to patient diagnosis and treatment. The program will traverse innovative technologies and clinical case studies that enable the translation of precision medicine into direct improvements in health care. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in Precision Medicine and cutting-edge new strategies that are changing how patients are treated.