Our country, Bharat, has 22 major languages, written in 13 different scripts, with over 720 dialects as well as thousands of unofficial languages spoken by an estimated population of 1.37 billion. While we celebrate our diversity, the key to National Integration is seamless amalgamation across our language barriers. AI for our masses can bring in tremendous good in bridging this divide, while in this complexity also lies a Business opportunity with a Social cause.
As a practitioner in this era of AI, have you ever wondered how AI could help us with this complexity and scale? Have you been working or planning to work in the area of NLP that has tremendous value? Are you curious to know how AI could help us? Then, come listen to Reverie Language Technologies, who have figured it out already and are willing to share their experience.
Great opportunity to meet like-minded people trying to solve similar AI problems, and exchange learnings.
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|Date:||03 May 2019|
|Time:||2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.|
|Location:||NASSCOM CoE DSAI - IoT, Lower Ground Floor, DD3, No.150, Old Airport Road, Diamond District, Kodihalli, Bangalore, Karnataka 560008|
|Post event:||Snacks and Tea (Networking)|
| Presenter :
||Mr. Vivekananda Pani
Co-founder and CTO, Reverie Language Technologies
LinkedIn profile- https://www.linkedin.com/in/vivekanand-pani-5649992/
Vivek is the key driver behind Reverie’s Language-as-a-Service platform and its consumer apps initiatives, and leads his teams towards the goal of delivering unparalleled language experience across devices.
After graduating as an Electronics and Instrumentation engineer from CET, Bhubaneswar, India, Vivek began his language computing journey at the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, CDAC. Here he led the language computing team and pioneered several tools including the first free text transliteration from English to Indian languages for regular text and names.