Intel, CBSE set new Guinness document, ship digital lesson on AI to 13Ok college students in 24 hrs

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) and Intel India set a Guinness World File on Wednesday for max customers to take a web based synthetic intelligence (AI) lesson in 24 hours.The document was set after delivering a digital lesson targeted on demystifying the influence of AI and key issues round its use to 13,000 college students from class eight and above between October 13-14.

The coaching was a part of the continuing AI For Youth Digital Symposium organized by Intel and CBSE.

“Synthetic Intelligence continues to be one of the vital essential applied sciences of the long run, with the potential to leapfrog India’s digitalisation journey. It’s extra vital than ever to domesticate AI-readiness within the nation by empowering India’s college students with the suitable ability set and mindset as early of their studying journey as attainable.

“I congratulate CBSE and Intel on their dedication to nurturing the suitable AI-related ability set and mindset amongst college college students below the AI For Youth programme, and setting a world document alongside the way in which,” stated Biswajit Saha, Director, Trainings and Talent Training, CBSE.

The AI For Youth Digital Symposium scheduled from October 13-17, is seeing participation from college students (class eight and above), principals and academics from throughout the nation.

Attendees are in a position to entry periods with nationwide and worldwide audio system to listen to numerous views on the transformational energy of AI, constructing digital readiness and democratising rising applied sciences. They will additionally work together with presenters, be part of within the experiential zone and attend reside webinars.

“Our collaboration with the CBSE has thus far led to a number of milestones in nurturing AI-readiness within the nation, together with the roll-out of an AI curriculum for college students, establishing targeted AI Expertise Labs within the nation and skilling facilitators throughout CBSE colleges.

“The enthusiastic response to the digital AI lesson from college students throughout the nation that helped set a document with Guinness World Information reveals India’s youth is engaged and wanting to discover and innovate,” stated Shweta Khurana, Director, World Partnerships and Initiatives at Intel.

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