January 21, 2021 5:14 pm

Trescon brings World AI Show to Mumbai on Nov 22-23

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After a successful stint in Amsterdam, is all set to host series in Mumbai on 22 – 23 November, 2018 at The Lalit Plaza. The event is being supported by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India, Government of Maharashtra and Central government think-tank NITI Aayog.

The company informed that the main highlight of the show will be the display of India’s first 3D Printed Humanoid Robot, ‘Manav’. Attendees will have a chance to witness the Startup World Cup, where participants will stand a chance to raise up to $1 million in capital funding for their startup and associated projects by pitching their ideas in front of global investors, including VCs and key government authorities.

“We are really excited to take our global WAIS series to Mumbai this November. It’s about time that India becomes self-compliant, keeping up with the race for technical parity. This show will provide a platform to government functionaries and key industry experts to explore new possibilities in the realm of AI and Machine Learning in order to improve and enhance,” stated Mohammed Saleem, CEO of Trescon.

Some of the notable speakers who are scheduled to be present at the show include Kaustubh Dhavse, Joint Secretary & Officer on Special Duty to Chief Minister of Maharashtra; Dinis Guarda, Author, CEO & Founder, Ztudium – Blocksdna – Intelligenthq; and Arnab Kumar, Manager Frontier Technologies, NITI Aayog, Government of India among others.

is as revolutionary as Fire or Electricity before. AI is now the driving force technology together with Blockchain, Big data and IOT. The governments and businesses that will lead this will be the next global leaders in a fast shifting connected industry 4.0 economy,” said Dinis Guarda.

After Mumbai, the global AI series is set to conduct its show in Mauritius in the month of November, thereby concluding the series for the year 2018.

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