Mumbai: Tech giant IBM on Wednesday announced a partnership with IIT Bombay to advance artificial intelligence (AI) research in India.
As part of the partnership, the varsity will join IBM’s “AI Horizons Network”, an international consortium of leading universities working with the software major to develop technologies needed to help fulfil the promise of AI.
IIT Bombay will pair its faculty and top graduate students with leading AI scientists from IBM Research to advance and accelerate the application of AI, machine learning (ML), natural language processing and related technologies to business and industry.
“Through this collaboration with IIT Bombay, we aim to accelerate the pace of innovation for AI in India, working hand-in-hand with some of the top scientists and research scholars in the country,” Arvind Krishna, Senior-Vice President, Hybrid Cloud and Director, IBM Research, said in a statement.
This area of research will be critical for developing new AI applications in key industries such as financial services, retail and healthcare, which rely heavily on rich, multi-modal content. (IANS)