The report highlights the AI System of Telangana, which outlines a six-pronged strategy for achieving the vision of positioning Telangana as a global hub for artificial intelligence and fostering social innovation.
Last year, on January 2, 2020, we celebrated 2020 as Telangana’s Year of AI. Exactly one year later, I’m pleased to share the success of the Year of AI program, which not only survived, but also flourished in the pandemic. The initiative was a catalyst that catapulted Telangana to the forefront of the AI race for excellence today,” said KT Rama Rao.
To drive the implementation of the AI System, the government has developed T-AIM (Telangana AI Mission). During the entire year, over 120 activities were held in total.
The study mentions projects and activities initiated by a range of partners, such as Intel, Hyderabad International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), India Public Health Foundation (PHFI), World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR), Amazon Web Services (AWS), nVIDIA, Microsoft, Wadhwani AI, Hyderabad Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Hexagon, nVIDIA, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(IEEE) Hyderabad, Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) and many more.
Jayesh Ranjan, IT Chief Secretary, said, “I take great pride in Telangana’s multilateral collaborative approach and take this opportunity to thank the efforts of our active ecosystem partners in Telangana.” (INN)