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Mumbai: Artificial Intelligence centre for rural healthcare launched

This was after Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis signed a memorandum of understanding with NITI Aayog and Wadhwani AI for the same.

Written by Gargi Verma | Mumbai |
November 14, 2018 2:34:46 am
Artificial intelligence, ICTAI, NITI Ayog, Wadhwani, rural health care, Devendra Fadnavis, Maharashtra, Indian Express Centre for Transformational Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI) focusing on the rural healthcare launched. (Representational)

Various NGOS, along with Wadhwani AI group and NITI Aayog, launched the International Centre for Transformational Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI) focusing on the rural healthcare on Tuesday.

This was after Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis signed a memorandum of understanding with NITI Aayog and Wadhwani AI for the same.

ICTAI members include Wadhwani AI group, IIT-Madras, Wish foundation, PATH organisation, Tata Trusts and Stanford Centre for Population Health Science.

“We are looking forward to understanding the issues that plague healthcare, especially rural, and implementing solutions derived out of the data research and AI,” said P Anandan from Wadhwani AI.

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