Gitam joint study on Ai with US company
To conduct joint research to develop models in Artificial Intelligence AI and Deep Neural Networks DNN GITAM Deemed to be University signed a MoU with US based spinoff company Lapetus solutions IncLSI, North Carolina, USA here on Friday The company leadersAmrutha Seturam and Harry Atwal signed on MoU documents in the presence of GITAM
Hyderabad: To conduct joint research to develop models in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Neural Networks (DNN) GITAM Deemed to be University signed a MoU with US based spin-off company Lapetus solutions Inc.(LSI), North Carolina, USA here on Friday. The company leaders.Amrutha Seturam and Harry Atwal signed on MoU documents in the presence of GITAM In-Charge Vice-Chancellor Prof K Sivarama krishna, Hyderabad Campus Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof N Sivaprasad and GITAM FinTech Academy Coordinator Leben Johnson.
While addressing the gathering GITAM In-Charge Vice-Chancellor Prof K Sivaramakrishna mentioned that GITAM Engineering faculty is doing research projects on Artificial Intelligence and the present MoU will help the researchers to expose internationally.
Lapetus solutions Inc.(LSI) Head Amrutha Seturam said that LSI is a leader in facial recognition models used in life event predictions and they have been developing these models over the past 15 years and were also the recipients of the Runner Up award for the best startup idea, presented during for the Million Dollar Challenge at Vizag FinTech Festival, Oct 2018. She informed that to work effectively in the areas of AI and DNN they need tons of data to validate, and they are planning to use students to help with this research of collecting, collating and analyzing data.
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