Getting A Sense Of Time

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Cognitive researchers at IIITH uncover novel insights into time perception that seem to refute the popular Theory of Magnitude.  It is said that in order to fend off persisting questions from the press, Einstein came up with a tongue-in-cheek explanation

Mental Well-Being, Multiculturalism and Diversity ...

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Eleven research studies from IIITH’s Cognitive Sciences group that span a gamut of areas - from a cross-cultural study on music usage during the pandemic to generating an ML model that automatically creates appropriate mood tracks for specific passages in

IIITH’s Computer Vision Method For Counting ...

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In a development that could greatly assist urban planners, city councillors and communities, IIITH researchers unveil a computer vision-assisted tool to count roadside trees and automatically generate maps showing extent of urban tree coverage.  The importance of an urban green

Starting A Racquet: The evolution of IIITH’s spo...

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With its first break at the Premier Badminton League, followed by an endorsement by Pullela Gopichand, this sports analytics startup is using data insights to evolve badminton and football for future generations. And it all started with research papers at

Celebrating A Legend: Prof. Kesav Nori

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A virtual memorial held in honour of the late Prof. Kesav Nori witnessed teachers, students, colleagues and many of his friends logging in from various parts of the world to commemorate the genius “academic in industry”, his achievements and also

Blockchain’s Scalability Dilemma Presented in Co...

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At the 20th edition of the recently concluded International Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems (AAMAS) 2021, IIITH researcher Anurag Jain won the Best Poster Design Award for innovatively capturing constraints faced in scaling blockchain technology with the help