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Intel India sets up centre for artificial intelligence

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Intel India said it had partnered IIIT Hyderabad, Public Health Foundation of India and the Telangana government to unveil a research centre to focus on leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to solve India's population-scale challenges in sectors such as healthcare and smart mobility. The applied AI research centre, INAI, here will act as a catalyst to accelerate India's leadership in AI while creating national assets such as curated data sets and computing infrastructure with the aim to attract global talent for high-impact research towards social sector development, Intel India said. In his address, Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said India was bound to be a robust player in AI application as data was the'oxygen' for AI and India's huge population, along with a robust digital ecosystem, was going to generate huge amounts of data. He, however, added that the AI ecosystem must be kept free from biases. "AI has the great potential [for]of face recognition. But the facial recognition process should not show any bias of colour or ethnicity," he reasoned.


Intel India sets up centre for artificial intelligence – IAM Network

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Intel India said it had partnered IIIT Hyderabad, Public Health Foundation of India and the Telangana government to unveil a research centre to focus on leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to solve India's population-scale challenges in sectors such as healthcare and smart mobility.The applied AI research centre, INAI, here will act as a catalyst to accelerate India's leadership in AI while creating national assets such as curated data sets and computing infrastructure with the aim to attract global talent for high-impact research towards social sector development, Intel India said. In his address, Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said India was bound to be a robust player in AI application as data was the'oxygen' for AI and India's huge population, along with a robust digital ecosystem, was going to generate huge amounts of data.He, however, added that the AI ecosystem must be kept free from biases. "AI has the great potential [for]of face recognition. But the facial recognition process should not show any bias of colour or ethnicity," he reasoned.Mr. Prasad also said the government was keen that data of Indians remained protected and "therefore, certain… standards are …


Intel India To Set Up Research Centre For Artificial Intelligence

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Intel India has announced its partnership with IIIT Hyderabad, Public Health Foundation of India and the Telangana government to set up a research centre for artificial intelligence. The news came during the inaugural of All India AI Virtual Summit. According to the media, this research centre will be established to focus on leveraging AI to solve India's population-scale challenges in sectors such as healthcare and smart mobility. The applied AI research centre, INAI, will play the role of catalyst to accelerate India's leadership in artificial intelligence while creating national assets such as curated data sets and computing infrastructure, said Intel's official. According to Intel, this has been aimed to attract global talent for high-impact research towards social sector development.


China to build $2 billion AI research centre in Beijing

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As reported by Reuters, the project was revealed in an article by China's official Xinhua news agency this week. The research centre will be located towards the west of Beijing, in the city's Mentougou district. The extensive complex will be large enough to house over 400 enterprises developing new AI-based technologies. China expects the facility to be a substantial contributor to the local economy. When it's fully operational, annual output could be up to 50 billion yuan, around $7.7 billion.


Google to open AI research centre in China

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Google is deepening its push into artificial intelligence (AI) by opening a research centre in China, even though its search services remain blocked in the country.