IIITH’s Latest Research Ensures Nothing Is Lost ...

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Imagine Greta Thunberg’s impassioned speech at the UN Climate Change Conference translated into Assamese, Telugu, Marathi and other languages for regional viewers. Well, it could soon be a possibility thanks to IIITH’s Machine Learning model that can automatically translate a

Life In The Fast Lane: 4 Indian cities in Top 10 l...

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A collaborative research effort between IIIT Hyderabad, IIIT Delhi and Carnegie Mellon University reveals the extent of distracted driving while engaging in online social media across several cities in the world. Alarmingly, 4 of the top 10 cities accounting for

Maker’s Lab: The Whole 9 Yards of Product Develo...

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Apparently  the biggest hurdle of innovation is coming up with the idea itself. But what comes next? Where would young innovators find the means and expertise to translate their ideas into a prototype? IIIT Hyderabad, under the NIDHI-PRAYAS scheme, steps

IIITH Researchers Collate Earthquake Risk Index Fo...

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IIITH collaborates with National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) to develop an Earthquake Disaster Risk Index (EDRI) for cities. Index based on pilot study of 50 selected Indian cities located in seismically active regions Risk has been categorized as Low, Medium

Teacher Training On The Learning Brain

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Neuro-cognitive science researchers at IIITH to conduct a first-of-its-kind workshop on ‘Teaching The Learning Brain’ - targeted at teachers interacting with students from grade 1 to grade 8. Here’s what it’s about. They say it takes a genius to know

IIIT Hyderabad’s Fine Analysis Of Traffic Vi...

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Researchers from IIITH analyse Ahmedabad traffic e-challans data and discover interesting patterns in motorists’ behaviour both in terms of repeat offenses as well as fine payment.  - Traffic offenders with more number of e-challans are less likely to pay fines