IIT’s Delhi Cognitive hub to gets a sanction of 100 crores from DST

For the establishment of a cognitive computing hub, in the Indraprastha Institute of Technology Delhi (IIIT), the Department of Science and Technology has released a fund of 100 Crore, for five years.

With that the institute has also set up an iHubAnubhuti, which is a technology Innovation hub (TiH), it has been set up under the national mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber System Physical Systems supported by the DST. The company has been created under the National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (NM-ICPS) of the central government.

Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, DST, said, “ iHUBAnubhutiat IIIT Delhi is focused to build a strong tripartite collaboration between industries, academia, and the government agencies, and with this, it will become both a custodian as well as an aggregator of the roadmaps in the areas of cognitive computing and social sensing”.

TiH is been set up with aim of setting collaboration between academic institutions, industries, and government agencies, with the motive of creating data-driven cognitive computing solutions.

Source: theInndianExpress.com

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