Prof. Scharf is an expert on Paninian grammar, and, thanks to his tireless efforts, it is now easy for researchers to have access to original Sanskrit manuscripts, texts, and lexical resources online. He calls himself a ‘wandering ascetic’, follows Ayurvedic
Every year, the Peter Drucker Society Europe unveils a unique essay contest inviting original ideas and thoughts from students and young professionals from all over the world: The Drucker Challenge. With this year’s theme, “How to stay human in a
Mounika Kamsali Veera’s award-winning poster showed how deep neural networks can automatically identify the language from a short duration of speech signal uttered by an unknown speaker. Interspeech is the world’s largest and most comprehensive annual conference on the science
IIIT-H researchers from the Centre for Visual Information Technology made their mark in the international arena by presenting papers at 3 of the most distinguished conferences in the field of computer vision. Here’s a brief look at the conferences and
Sugandh Rakha is a B.Tech (Hons. in Machine Learning) 2007 graduate from IIIT-H. He has been actively helping in the organization of the alumni meetups, especially the recent ones that were conducted on the occasion of the institute’s 20th anniversary.
In conversation with Sreekavitha Parupalli, an MS by Research graduate from the Centre for Exact Humanities who speaks of her research work inspired by the vision of the Late. Prof. Navjyoti Singh and how it has enabled her to contribute