Pune-based Defence Institute of Superior Know-how (DIAT) has received the primary prize within the Good India Hackathon (SIH) 2020, a national-level digital product constructing competitors.
The Defence Ministry, in a press release, stated DIAT’s workforce of six members supplied an answer titled “DRISHTI” to recognise face, expression and gesture utilizing synthetic intelligence (AI).
The workforce, led by Dr Sunita Dhavale, received the primary prize of Rs 1 lakh “for fixing downside assertion MS331 within the class of software program posed by the Madhya Pradesh authorities”, it stated.
DIAT is a deemed college underneath the ministry’s Division of Defence Analysis and Improvement.
G Satheesh Reddy, Secretary, Division of Defence Analysis and Improvement, has congratulated the DIAT Workforce on profitable the award for a consecutive second time.
The SIH-2020 is a 36-hour continuous digital product constructing competitors for software program version organised collectively by the Ministry of Human Useful resource Improvement and All India Council for Technical Training, the assertion stated.
It was organised between August 1 and three at Noida Institute of Engineering and Know-how in Larger Noida.