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The Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIIT-D) announces its summer school on Artificial Intelligence for July to August 2018 which will focus on the fundamentals and advances in Artificial Intelligence? and Machine Learning.
The curriculum also focuses on three application domains: Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, and Autonomous Driving/Robotics.
The summer school is open for all, from students and faculties to Government officials and industry professionals who are looking for an opportunity to hone their skills.
The institute has scheduled the Summer School on the weekends of the months of July-August for the convenience of both students and working professionals.
Besides theory and practical exposure, participants will also get to interact with several skilled and seasoned professionals.
On successful completion of the programme, enrollees will be awarded a certificate from the Infosys, Center for AI and IIIT-Delhi.
For more details regarding registration, fees, timings and other things, please visit the website: http://cai.iiitd.ac.in/summerschool2018/
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