AIQRATE in Virtual Round-table organized by IET in partnership with British High Commission
Institute of Engineers & Technology (IET) India with the British High Commission’s UK India Tech Partnership to led a joint study on AI skilling landscape in India. The study uncovered key pressing challenges around AI skilling including curriculum, content, access, availability as well as perceived end results of gaining AI skills.
To understand the entire gamut of AI skilling space further, IET brought together global experts for a virtual round table on Friday, July 3rd 2020 to dive into the depths of ‘AI Skilling in India: Opportunities, challenges and road ahead’. The session was inaugurated by Jeremy Pilmore, British Deputy High Commissioner, British High Commission, Bangalore, India. Sameer Dhanrajani, CEO & Co-founder, AIQRATE was part of the virtual round table which discussed about bridging AI skills gap in India.