Samsung to collaborate with Indian engineering college students in new age tech

To stimulate innovation ecosystem and construct capabilities amongst college students that meet {industry} wants, Samsung India has launched an industry-academia program that may contain engineering college students and college to work with its analysis and growth (R&D) staff. Students will get to work on initiatives in leading edge know-how areas corresponding to synthetic intelligence (together with imaginative and prescient tech), machine studying, Internet of Things (IoT) and linked gadgets and 5G networks to resolve real-world issues.

The program managed by Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore (SRI-B) goals to contain engineering schools that high the federal government’s National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) rankings. SRI-B has already signed MoUs with 10 engineering schools together with Vellore Institute of Technology, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, RV College of Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, and others. It additionally plans so as to add extra schools within the subsequent few months

“Samsung PRISM program is a testimony to our mission of transforming people’s lives with meaningful innovations. This program will draw from the strength of our academia and engineering students’ community, which undoubtedly is the best in the world. Giving them an opportunity to work with Samsung, and making them industry-ready will be a step in the right direction towards Atmanirbhar Bharat,” says, Dipesh Shah, Managing Director, Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore.

Under Samsung PRISM (Preparing and Inspiring Student Minds), initiatives might be taken up by a staff of scholars and a professor, with a mentor from Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore that may practice and information them. SRI-B will give them analysis in addition to growth initiatives to be executed over 4 to 6 months. Each engineering school can have a number of groups, and college students might be chosen based mostly on a take a look at carried out by SRI-B. Students may even be inspired to publish papers and file patents collectively with SRI-B.

A pilot program was launched final yr for Samsung PRISM the place 150 groups labored on distinctive R&D initiatives on ‘Make for India’ corresponding to handwriting recognition for Indian languages and AI-based Indian language translation. Some groups labored on analysis initiatives corresponding to clever navigation by way of in-home object recognition and bettering video high quality in low gentle situations. During the lockdown interval, this system was carried out on-line as groups labored on the initiatives from residence with common video calls and webinars with their mentors.

SRI-B, Samsung’s largest R&D facility outdoors South Korea, has filed over 2900 patents in India thus far. The facility focuses on applied sciences round communication protocols, multimedia (together with digital camera options), intelligence, fee, net companies, reminiscence, community and IoT. It additionally has experience in synthetic intelligence, machine studying, pure language processing and IoT.Also learn: Govt dumps new GST return system; to continue with modified version of existing one

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