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AI and Startup Entrepreneurship Theme at Maker Village Conclave

Kochi: AI-enabled Transformational Changes – Opportunities, Challenges, and Future for Startup Entrepreneurship would be discussed threadbare, when a conclave on the subject will get rolling at Kerala’s Maker Village at the Kinfra Hi-Tech Park, Kalamassery on November 13.

This exclusive conclave on deep tech will have a specific focus on Artificial intelligence and Machine learning. The mind-blowing pace of development in these areas has started increasingly impacting our day to day life in multiple ways. The way we live, study, work, behave etc., are getting impacted. Life is not going to be the same anymore.

Discussions would centre around how transformational changes would impact entrepreneurship, especially startup entrepreneurship, and would this open a flood gate of opportunities.

Some of the finest minds in the country in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning from top-notch technology firms and academic institutions are assembling at Maker Village to discuss multifarious dimensions of this during a one day exclusive conclave.

Startups and key stake holders of the entrepreneurial ecosystem from across the state will attend the event. Professionals from leading technology firms who are working in related fields are also scheduled to attend the conclave. This the first time that such a conclave with focus on the impact of AI on startup entrepreneurship is organised in Kerala.

Dr Roshy John, Global Head, Industrial Robotics and Cognitive Systems, TCS, Ambedkar Dukkipati, Associate Professor, Computer Service & Automation, IISc, Bangalore, Anto Ajay Raj John, Senior Architect, Deep Learning Framework Power Platform, IBM, India,  Raghavendra Bhat, Principal Engineer, INTEL India  and Rajeev MA, Enterprise Architect, Artificial Intelligence, TCS will speak during the event.

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