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Seminar on Artificial Intelligence in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Aug 4 (UNI) A seminar on harvesting Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cognitive Computing to Power Military Technology was jointly organized by Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering (MCEME) and IIIT, Hyderabad at MCEME auditorium on Saturday.

In his key note address, Lieutenant General Paramjit Singh, Commandant, MCEME emphasised on the use of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing as tool to transform the future battlefield.

The Seminar was conducted in three sessions starting with “Evolution and facets of AI” followed by “AI and Cognitive Computing in Defence”. The third session was a Panel Discussion on “Developing the AI Eco-System: Road Map And Challenges”. The event also showcased 18 startups working in the field of AI.

Maj Gen TSA Narayanan, the Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor of MCEME, appreciated the efforts of the startups and highlighted the need to bridge the gap between the user (Defence) and the Industry so that the strategic partnership is evolved which would be aligned to the PM’s vision of “Make in India” and would be in the best interest of the Nation.
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