Dell Technologies and Intel have teamed up to unravel AI for the benefit of Telangana’s Lords Institute of Engineering & Technology students. The “AI for Youth” programme from the two companies is being integrated into the school’s curriculum.
Through this collaboration, the Lords Institute of Engineering & Technology hopes to close the digital skills gap and prepare students for the workforce. Through this partnership with Intel, a complete programme for AI readiness will be introduced, giving young people the tools they need to be future-ready.
The program’s main goal is to develop the skills of chosen teachers through Intel-provided training and a 170+ hour AI curriculum that is used to coach students through bootcamps, AI-Thons, and virtual showcases. By establishing an AI Skills lab and empowering students to develop solutions with a social impact, the alliance intends to establish and nurture an ecosystem on campus that is ready for AI.
To enable students to work on projects in computer vision, natural language processing (NLP), OpenVINO, and Intel’s Neural Compute Stick 2, the lab is equipped with a Dell Optiplex.
Indrajit Belgundi, Senior Director and General Manager, Client Solutions Group, Dell Technologies, said, “Dell is glad to partner with Intel to build a truly AI ready campus at the Lord’s Institute, Telangana. The AI for Youth initiative will help bridge the skill gap by leveraging impactful AI pedagogy to enable both educators and students. Innovation in technology and education is key to building the future workforce.”