IIT-M to launch new fellowship in synthetic intelligence | Chennai News – Times of India

CHENNAI: To appeal to young researchers, Robert Bosch Centre for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBCDSAI) at IIT Madras and Narayanan Family Foundation will launch a brand new fellowship known as “Artificial Intelligence for Social Good.”
The fellows will get a wage of Rs 15 lakh to Rs18 lakh per yr relying on the expertise (equal to assistant professor’s beginning wage at any IIT) for a time period of three years. The fellows are additionally eligible for a one-time analysis grant of as much as Rs 30 lakh.
The fellows might be primarily drawn from latest PhD graduates or younger researchers in laptop science, computational and knowledge sciences, biomedical sciences, administration, finance and different engineering branches.
Applications at the moment are being accepted.
Professor B Ravindran, head, RBCDSAI-IIT Madras, stated, “This fellowship is designed to enable candidates to establish their independent research profile and to contribute in a significant way to socially relevant AI research.”
Professor Mahesh Panchagnula, dean (Alumni and Corporate Relations), IIT Madras, stated, “We are grateful to the muse for organising a revolutionary postdoctoral analysis programme in an necessary space of analysis.”
Srinivas Narayanan, co-founder, Narayanan Family Foundation, said, “We believe the programme can bring significant benefits for society through the advancement of AI and we are excited to support it.”
Interested candidates can apply in – rbcdsai.iitm.ac.in/nf3/

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