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Atal Tinkering Labs (ATLs) – The Innovation Revolution finally hits Indian Schools- A Teacher Writes……

Hectic buzzing throughout summer vacation, routine school work days, weekends and winter break, round the clock (we actually have no clocks – you don’t need them here !) networking with engineers, innovators, mentors, teachers and loads of excited kids across all age groups and backgrounds popping in and out of our first floor 1500 sq. Feet space of dreams, desires and activity ! Yes, that’s our workstation where anyone walks into, with the most outrageous ideas, followed by random grouping, cupboard and boxes being scanned and suddenly, a few minutes later, I am being pulled into different corners and directions…

Robots to join armed forces much earlier? India, Japan team up to use AI and robotics in defence

The joint efforts of the two Asian giants on the use of AI and robotics in the defence sector are expected to start by the end of January. Brain-controlled robots developed by MIT Taking the strategic partnership between India and Japan to the next level, the two countries are all set to work together to make use of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics in the defence sector. The joint efforts of the two Asian giants are expected to start by the end of January. “You should expect to see increased bilateral cooperation between us to develop unmanned ground vehicles (UGV)…

Mandatory 3 week orientation in engineering, new industry specific syllabus from next year: AICTE

Pune: All India Council of Technical Education, AICTE is all set to launch a new engineering syllabus/ curriculum from next year. The Indian Express reports that the new industry-specific syllabus would be unveiled by Prakash Javadekar, Minister, Ministry of Human Resource Development on January 24, 2018, at the AICTE office. The highlight of the new syllabus is an industry-specific syllabus that caters to the latest technological requirements. Apart from this, there is also the possibility of introducing a mandatory 3 week orientation in all engineering courses. AICTE Chairman, Dr Anil Shasrabudhe was in Pune recently to inaugurate two new schemes…

India, Japan to introduce AI, robotics in defence sector

NEW DELHI: India and Japan will work together to introduce artificial intelligence and robotics in the defence sector, the next level of strategic cooperation between the two Asian partners. Kentaro Sonoura, national security adviser to PM Shinzo Abe, told TOI in an exclusive chat, “You should expect to see increased bilateral cooperation between us to develop unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) and robotics.” The strategic sphere is where the bulk of India-Japan convergence lies. After the nuclear agreement was ratified by the Japanese parliament late 2017, Sonoura said India and Japan would be setting up a joint task force for commercial…

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