IIITH Researchers Teach Machines to Interpret Emot...

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The study has been accepted for presentation at the 2023 Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition at Vancouver from June 18-23.  Teaching a machine to recognise and correctly interpret human emotions and mental states has been a pursuit of

AI Can Transform Law Only Through Collaborative Ef...

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A roundtable conference on the impact of AI in the legal domain was organised jointly by IIITH and NALSAR University of Law. Like all other domains, the legal industry too has recognised the importance of artificial intelligence. The world over,

Spotlight On 2-Wheeler Safety Tech; IIITH invites ...

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Two-wheeler safety technology has not kept pace with the strides made in the 4-wheeler segment. Here’s the first attempt to bridge the gap.   Time was when new-age safety features in cars were limited to the high-end 4-wheeler segment. Today, ADAS

Academics In The Time Of ChatGPT

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From helping with homework assignments to recipe recommendations based on leftovers to penning love letters for Valentine’s Day, it seems there’s very little that OpenAI’s popular bot ChatGPT can’t do. As part of the Silver Jubilee edition of the R&D

When All’s Fair In Algorithms And Resource Alloc...

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IIITH’s new game theoretic insights on fairness in AI-based resource allocations receives Best Paper Runner-Up Award at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (PRICAI) 2022. Here’s a sneak peek into algorithmic fairness research that’s underway at the Machine

Pilot Study on Bus Drivers Reveals AI Improves Saf...

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Initial study by iRASTE -  intelligent solutions for Road Safety through Technology and Engineering - analysing the effects of Collision Avoidance devices installed on a fleet of  buses in Nagpur shows marked reduction in safety alerts received, fostering better driving