The 14-day-long AIM–Sirius Innovation Programme 3.Zero for varsity college students drew to an finish at the moment. The occasion noticed the participation of a number of dignitaries from India and Russia and a particular showcase by the scholars of each the nations.
Drawing inspiration from India’s Aatmanirbhar Bharat and Russia’s Big Challenges, this 12 months’s version was targeted on growing technological options (web-based and cellular purposes) to deal with the grassroot issues of the 2 nations.
Speaking on the event, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India Prof. Okay. Vijayraghavan stated, “These collaborations are valuable because they have a long tradition of mutual support and trust, and exchange of ideas that add great value.”
NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Dr Rajiv Kumar stated, “This is a historic moment—we have seen the collaboration and cooperation between older generations, but this a collaboration between the younger generation, who are the leaders of tomorrow.”
During the course of the programme, 48 college students labored in groups to create eight digital merchandise and cellular purposes to unravel challenges within the areas of tradition, distance training, utilized cognitive science, well being and well-being, and promote sports activities, health and video games coaching, in addition to leverage synthetic intelligence and digital monetary belongings.
Russian Vice-Minister of Science and Higher Education Alexey Medvedev stated, “We have had a great experience in cooperation with India in the fields of science, technology, and innovation. This programme has further enriched the experience and knowledge of both the countries.”
Innovations developed by the scholars leveraged applied sciences equivalent to app improvement, synthetic intelligence, blockchain, machine studying, knowledge analytics and visualization, UI/UX, digital actuality, augmented actuality, gamification, 3D design, and speedy prototyping. Mentors from the business and academia of each the nations labored carefully with the groups.
“The solutions developed using the technologies of tomorrow are not only relevant for the two countries but for the entire world. These young innovators are going to be the architects of a new world. Co-innovation and collaboration are what is needed for the future,” stated AIM Mission Director R. Ramanan.
Elena Shmeleva, Head, Talent and Success Foundation, and Member of the Presidential Council for Science and Education added, “The education of a talented youth is a strategic task, and I would like to continue the collaboration and international cooperation that tightens the link between our countries.”
The improvements had been showcased in a digital closing ceremony and broadcasted reside on YouTube.