Applications for the well-known artificial intelligence fellowship, which is provided by the Robert Bosch Centre for Data Science and AI (RBCDSAI) at IIT Madras, have been reopened.
Graduates and postgraduates with an extraordinary academic record who are interested in working on the newly emerging fields of artificial intelligence and data science are eligible for the two-year fellowship. Throughout the course of the fellowship, those chosen will receive a monthly stipend of ₹40,000.
The primary goal of the IIT Madras artificial intelligence fellowship is to provide a platform for developing research abilities by giving the chosen applicants plenty of opportunity to study extensively, collaborate with colleagues, and develop creative solutions. The program’s primary goal is to instill ethical AI practices, ensuring that participants are prepared for work after the fellowship by developing ethical competence.
Candidates with a four-year bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree in a field related to RBCDSAI are eligible for the position. The candidate must be younger than 27 on March 31, 2023. In addition to having a stellar academic history, applicants should be interested in fields relevant to data science and artificial intelligence. The candidate must accept the offer right away, be available full-time, and suggest a joining date within six weeks of the offer letter’s receipt.
Participants will receive knowledge on artificial intelligence and data science, interact with leading experts from across the world, and the chance to collaborate on projects with illustrious organizations and businesses including Google, NASA, CMU, Walmart, JHU, MIT, The Ohio State University, Harvard, etc.
Research participants will also have access to cutting-edge high-performance CPU and GPU computing infrastructure. There is also a possibility to get course credits while receiving guidance from IIT Madras teachers.
Candidates who are interested and qualified must submit their applications through this Google Form, along with information like their selection of three RBCDSAI faculty members they would like to collaborate with. During the fellowship, chosen fellows may also apply for a PhD programme. However, they will need to give one month’s notice if they decide to leave.