Skill Development

Samsung and Skill India will teach AI to poor Indian students

Skill India

Samsung and Skill India to teach AI under CSR

Skill India – In order to train underprivileged and poor students in India for future technological prospects in the domains of artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), big data, coding, and programming, Samsung has established the Samsung Innovation Campus. Additionally, a deal was made between Samsung and the Indian Electronics Sector Skill Council to train the first group of 3,000 underprivileged Indian students. Rajiv Chandrashekhar, Minister of State for Skill Development, was present when the agreement was signed. 
Samsung’s CSR initiative, Samsung Innovation Campus, has begun in India. The campus seeks to train young people between the ages of 18 and 25 in cutting-edge technologies and improve their employability. The Fourth Industrial Revolution requires a strong foundation in the following technological skills. The programme requires young people to complete capstone projects in their chosen technological fields—artificial intelligence, the internet of things, big data, and coding and programming—while also completing classroom and online instruction. 
At the event, Ken Kang, President and CEO of Samsung Southwest Asia, stated: “Samsung has been operating in India for more than 26 years and remains a devoted partner in the development of the nation. We are actively collaborating with the government’s plan for the nation’s technical advancement. We want to empower young people and give them access to future tech prospects through Samsung Innovation Campus. It is our goal with this effort that India develops more quickly.