Software giant Microsoft has introduced Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled digital labs in collaboration with 10 higher educational institutions in India with a unique program ‘Intelligent Cloud Hub’.
Technology giant Microsoft recently launched Artificial Intelligence digital labs in India in a strategic association with 10 higher educational institutions, including BITS Pilani and Indian School of Business.
As a major aspect of the three-year program, Microsoft will give full help to the chosen from a couple of respected educational foundations with High-end Infrastructure, educational plan and quality content, access to cloud and Artificial Intelligence (AI) benefit just as developer support, Microsoft said in an announcement.
This coordinated effort with universities and premium colleges will additionally support institutional arrangement alongside instructor capacity, and give significant instructive choices to students, helping them to secure the necessary abilities, it included.
“As AI becomes standard, associations will require ability with ranges of abilities that are altogether different from what exists now. Teachers and organizations are indispensable to the skilling unrest flourishing in the nation,” Microsoft India President Anant Maheshwari said.
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With the world’s latest technology infrastructure, curriculum structure and training platform, students across India can be motivated and motivated for a better future to build new India of tomorrow, he added.
The renowned institutions which got the opportunity for this unique program involve BITS Pilani, BML Munjal University, ISB, Kalpataru Institute of Technology, KL University, Periyar University, Karunya University, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, SVKM (NMIMS) and Trident Academy of Technology.
Training modules for faculty will involve workshops and seminars on cloud computing, data sciences, Artificial Intelligence and the internet of things.
Furthermore, the faculty of the educational organizations will get further help and help with strategizing and executing valuable content and educational programs for venture-based and experiential learning, the announcement said.
Technology giant Microsoft will also help in building up core Artificial infrastructure and Internet of Things based Hub and also allows access to a huge arena of AI developmental tools and Azure AI services such as Microsoft Cognitive Services, Azure Machine Learning, and bot services.