TCS, partner of IIT-M for the M Tech program in Industrial Artificial Intelligence

Chenai: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has partnered with Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) to launch an M-Tech program in Industrial Artificial Intelligence (AI) for working professionals.

IIT-M will deliver the 18-month course, designed in consultation with TCS, entirely online, through a live teaching mode and virtual classrooms. It aims to hone company employees in the applications of AI to solve industrial problems. The first cohort of students in the program will come from TCS.

“TCS Research partners with leading academic institutes to explore emerging technologies with scientific rigor as they gain mainstream adoption,” said K Ananth Krishnan, Chief Technology Officer, TCS in a statement. . “We are pleased to collaborate with IIT-Madras, a member of the TCS Academic Co-Innovation Network, to create a new M Tech program in Industrial AI for working professionals to gain a deeper understanding of data science and of AI that they can apply to drive innovation in the industry.

The program will include theoretical courses and laboratory work covering data science and AI.

Theoretical courses will cover the concepts of the fundamental mathematical techniques needed to understand data science algorithms, time series analysis, multivariate data analysis, machine learning, deep learning and reinforcement learning.

Applied courses will describe implementations of AI solutions for industrial problems in a case study format.

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“AI is going to impact every aspect of the human experience for years to come. This course, designed in partnership with TCS, will provide a unique perspective on the impact of AI in industrial systems,” said Course Coordinator Raghunathan Rengasamy, Dean (Global Engagement), IIT Madras, “The use of AI techniques in industries can lead to robust, inherently safer and ultimately better processes. eco-friendly.”

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