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Intel AI centre at work on instruments to chop highway mishaps – ETtech

Intel is engaged on options to cut back highway accidents and improve its datasets for driving situations in India at its synthetic intelligence analysis centre, in collaboration with the federal government and IIIT-Hyderabad, its nation head informed ET.

“So, we’re national-level issues and inhabitants scale knowledge for now. We are going to take a look at options within the space of good mobility, as a result of we see 17 deaths each hour in India on account of highway accidents,” Nivruti Rai, nation head, Intel India and vice-president, Knowledge Platforms Group, Intel informed ET in an interview. “And, that’s why good mobility may be very crucial for us.”

Intel India has arrange an utilized AI analysis centre collectively with the Telangana state authorities, Worldwide Institute of Info Know-how (IIIT), Hyderabad, and Public Well being Basis of India (PHFI). The analysis centre would deal with picture recognition classification and healthcare knowledge processing, Rai stated.

Intel and IIIT-Hyderabad collaborated to construct the world’s first open dataset of driving situations in India and launched it globally in 2018.

The analysis centre will increase driving dataset and decide functions in Indian context. The dataset can alert drivers about highway situations to cut back accidents.


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