IIT Madras, GAVS Technologies to pursue joint research in Artificial Intelligence and

This is aimed at enhancing the predictive analytics based Zero Incident Framework

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Krishnamurty M
Krishnamurty M
Krishnamurty M covers education for TechObserver.in.

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and will pursue a joint research and innovation in and , aimed at enhancing the predictive based Zero Incident Framework platform developed by GAVS, said a statement. For this, GAVS Technologies and IIT Madras have signed a MoU.

Under the MoU, they will conduct projects in the areas of smart machines and automation through collaborative innovation and research under the aegis of Robert Bosch Centre for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBC-DSAI) at IIT Madras. They intend to work together to submit ideas for joint research in AI science and technology in IT infrastructure management.

The projects under this initiative will be jointly headed by two professors from IIT Madras – Prof. Nandan Sudarsanam, Department of Management Studies, Prof. Balaraman Ravindran, Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Balaji Uppili, Chief Delivery Officer, GAVS Technologies.

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