The AI and Robotics facility at Woxsen has a multi-level experimental infrastructure to nurture students, scholars, and researchers' innovation and creativity needs for various investigations.
Apart from research, the robotics lab also seeks to address commercial needs in designing and developing novel methods, models, and prototypes for industries. Furthermore, Woxsen faculty also use the space to undertake multifaceted research in areas of autonomous vehicles, drones, interactive robots, conceptual vehicles, intelligent and decision making machines etc.
The AI & Robotics lab is powered with the latest GPUs from NVIDIA to updated iMacs and a 3-D printer and is well equipped to run complex algorithms built on NLP, Keras to TensorFlow.
Beyond the physical infrastructure, the facility is equipped with an intellectual rigour that promotes exploratory and progressive thinking among students.
The facility is open 24X7 for students, faculty and staff of Woxsen, aiming to enlighten the knowledge base in data science, data analytics, predictive analytics and more.
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