AyeAI is a Research and Edtech startup working on inclusive sustainable singularity
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GATE CS 2023 lessons will be made available in English and Hindi. कोर्स हिंदी और अंग्रेजी में उपलब्ध होगा
Course Description :
This course is for preparing to GATE CS 2023 Exam followed by review of old question papers.
Additional Benefits :
Students enrolling for this course will have access till 2024 GATE CS examination
- Students enrolling for this course will be given free access to Embedded Systems, IoT, Robotics or HPC / Super computing course ( as per the students choice – the feature will be enabled after GATE 2023 exams are over to ensure that there is no loss of focus)
About the Instructor :
This course is conducted by Abhishek Choudhary MIET MBCS CITP(UK), Founder, AyeAI
He qualified GATE CS multiple times since 2003 being selected for IISc twice. Abhishek is a skilled systems programmer having worked as Architect for global leading super-computers.
He is a seasoned industry professional with expertise in HPC (supercomputers) hardware architecture & medical IoT, Abhishek holds robust credentials in intelligent autonomous machines at the junction of AI and robotics.
Abhishek started freelancing in 1995, invented PEDLER AI (a generalization over Turing Machine) in 1996, founded Indicybers® (aka Vyas Labs®) in 2000 making medical devices. Between 2006 to 2019 he setup global teams for corporates. Prior to AyeAI®, he lead teams at IBM India on virtualization and AI (Watson ML Accelerator) for Power 9 – part of Summit-Sierra supercomputers, built network devices at HP and intelligent cars at KPIT. He created DrRho medical robot in 2004, Hindawi Programming System in 2003 and wearable MIoT HMSEI in 2002, was CSDS/Sarai Fellow and Stockholm Challenge finalist.
He holds MBA(Finance) along with qualifications in engineering, has global awards for innovation from IEEE, IET(UK), CSI, CDAC, Intel & Nokia. He was selected for PhD multiple times but chosse to continue in the industry.
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AyeAI, The Inclusive AI for a sustainable singularity.
We are a research and edtech startup making technology accessible beyond linguistic, digital and cognitive divide.
Our training is based on experiential learning. The courses cover state-of-the-art intelligent systems technology. Students gain industry experience under Project VIKRAM – an initiative to enable rural economy for the singularity. Project Vikram enables rural women setup Virtual Knowledge Centers (VKC) and become AyeATROS micro-entrepreneurs. Virtual Knowledge Centers , and through VKCs they deliver AI driven health education and livelihood solutions for the rural population.The focus is rural women. Under the aegis of Project VIKRAM through AyeAI courses. They, wherein we enable the rural economy for the singularity era by enabling the enabler.
Our training is based on experiential learning. Students get to learn state-of-the-art technology through AyeAI courses. They participate in innovative research under the aegis of Project VIKRAM, wherein we enable the rural economy for the singularity era by enabling the enabler.Enabling a lady enables a family, and enabling families – enables society.Setting up VKCs requires software and device solutions. These form the capstone projects of our students, giving them exposure to live projects with very broad user bases. In turn, this improves the industry readiness of the learners.Overall the AyeAI offerings address the pain points of employability of technology graduates, and creates avenues of self actualisation for rural women, improves upon the lack of access to healthcare and most importantly helps bridge the linguistic cognitive and the digital divide that are the biggest impediments to inclusive adoption of Singularity technologies.
We don’t create consumers of AI, rather – through our mother tongue based programming languages we enable them to become producers of AI as well, addressing the issues of bias in AI and making it more responsible and sustainable.