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Research Collaboration: IIT Delhi and IBM will Jointly Work on AI

Research Collaboration: IIT Delhi and IBM will Jointly Work on AI

India’s premium institutes are focusing more on the development of AI(Artificial Intelligence) as it has started to boost many industries. In the recent development, IIT Delhi and IBM will carry out a research on this cutting-edge technology. The multi-year partnership was announced on Friday.

The partnership: both IIT Delhi and IBM will create AI solutions for companies across all domains. With the help of natural language technique, researchers will train AI solutions to make it capable to understand complex questions and will use domain knowledge to obtain new insights.

Apart from that, researchers from IBM will interact and join hands with IIT Delhi’s students and professors. After that, both IIT’s team and IBM will jointly conduct research in AI systems focusing on some important traits such as inferencing, reasoning,and comprehension. 

According to V. Ramgopal, Director of IIT Delhi, India has a vast population of talented individuals which can accelerate innovation in the field of AI and related technologies. The institute is excited and glad to partner with a reputed company like IBM, as it will provide plenty of opportunities for both the students and faculties to work on some of the difficult problems around AI and use the solutions in real-life situations.

Both the teams plan to publish the research work in peer-reviewed academic journals. After that, the teams will produce datasets and offer challenges to the research community to find new areas in making AI decisions in a better way.


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