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IIIT Bangalore To Set Up GoK Funded Data Lake

It was announced in a press conference at the institute after the 22nd Annual Convocation ceremony of the institute

International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIIT-B) today announced that it will be setting up a ‘Data Lake’ with funding from Government of Karnataka. For supporting data driven planning, a Data Lake (pilot) has been approved at a cost of Rs 5 crore by the Planning Department with technical support from Centre for Open Data Research (CODR) and International Institute of information Technology, Bangalore (IIIT-B) and e-Governance Department of Government of Karnataka.

The institute will also be setting up a specialised centre named ‘Centre for Technology Research and Innovations for Digital Governance (CTRI-DG)’, funded by the Centre for E-Governance (CeG), GoK, IIIT Bangalore’s CTRI-DG will work closely with the Centre of E-Governance (CeG) and Centre for Smart Governance (CSG) of Government of Karnataka.

These were announced in a press conference at the institute after the 22nd Annual Convocation ceremony of the institute.

IIIT Bangalore’s Machine Intelligence and Robotics (MINRO) will also be launching 'MINRO-Jnanasarani' a Youtube based outreach channel to host a series of videos explaining the concepts of AI, ML, Data Science and related technologies in Kannada for the benefit of students and citizens. MINRO CoE is being funded by K-Tech, Government of Karnataka.


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