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1.5 Lakh Students and Developers Trained By Intel to Boost AI in India

1.5 Lakh Students and Developers Trained By Intel to Boost AI in India

Artificial Intelligence has been the buzz word this year. With that in mind the Chip-making giant, Intel has announced that it has trained over 150,000 developers, students, and professors. This news comes on Wednesday and also there is 150 organization taking part in this new venture. This initiation happened two years back and with a number like that it is possible for India to move to the next phase of Artificial Intelligence development, say, experts.

PrakashMallya, the Vice President and Managing Director of Sales and Marketing Group of Intel India did say that the company is encouraged by the impact Artificial Intelligence has created. Further, driven by its rich community developers, it is highly possible for the company to do wonders. Also, the firm says it has trained 50 percent of its employees across the functions in India about the concepts of AI, which means around half of the company is now aware of what AI truly is. For now, the new goal is to provide the same knowledge to the rest of the employees. An event was hosted this Wednesday, which was called the AI DevCamp. In this event, most of the AI facts were discussed.


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