On Monday, a deep-tech start-up called CYRAN from the Delhi campus of IIT introduced a do-it-yourself (DIY) kit to help young Indian techies learn how to build booming Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled technologies. The interactive invention is named “BUDDHI AI DIY Kit”. While the word “Buddhi” translates to “brain” in the Hindi language, the start-up’s nomenclature defines BUDDHI as “Build, Understand, Design, Deploy Human-like Intelligence”. The educational kit can be used to quickly learn the basics of AI and build AI based solutions for real-world problems without any prior domain knowledge or training. “IIT Delhi is taking centre stage in Artificial Intelligence (AI) related Research and Development in the country. Development in indigenised AI hardware and software is critical. BUDDHI AI DIY Kit is one such initiative by the IIT Delhi”, said Professor V. Ramgopal Rao, director, IIT Delhi. The kit comes with AI training applications and real-world AI actuation circuit boards powered by AI computing-engines. In addition, the DIY kit, also brings along an AI handbook, practical DIY AI projects, lessons, exercises, presentations, and videos. “The motivation behind BUDDHI kit is to help young school students learn the practical aspects of a complex topic like AI in a friendly and… Read full this story
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