Updated: April 21, 2020 9:26:41 am
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee has launched an advanced certification course on deep learning. It is a self-paced executive online course and will be delivered by the faculty of IIT-Roorkee and other experts from the industry. The classes will be streamed online through a live video. Upon completion of the course, users will receive a certification from the institute.
IIT-Roorkee is providing the course in collaboration with Cloudxlab.com, a US-based ed-tech company and interested can apply at the official website — cloudxlab.com. The institute already offers online courses including artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science among others.
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Claiming that the course can bridge the need for technical expertise to tackle the global slowdown, Ajit K Chaturvedi, Director, IIT-Roorkee said, “COVID-19 has triggered a nationwide lockdown. This is the best time to upskill oneself. This initiative will be attractive to users who aim to excel in the technical field.”
Meanwhile, IIT-Roorkee had come up with several initiatives to curb the COVID-19 pandemic including a mobile tracking app that can send alerts when a quarantined person ventures beyond the prescribed area to 3-D printed face shields for frontline healthcare professionals. IIT-Ropar had given 1,000 of these shields to AIIMS-Rishikesh. IIT Roorkee has also developed ‘Prana-Vayu’, a ventilator that can be operated through a mobile app with the use of Internet of Things (IoT) and hence reducing the need of human interaction between the patients and healthcare staff.
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