Eye Divyang Will Surfing Net, Robot Will Help, Develop Technology In India HBTU has developed research in the Vision System…
Eye Divyang Will Surfing Net, Robot Will Help, Develop Technology In India
Kanpur. Eye Divyaag (visually impaired) will now be able to mobilize information on the computer like normal ones like surfing the net. The computer will tell them how to get the related information. Indeed, Harkat Butler Technical University (HBTU) has succeeded in developing speech computer technology systems in Artificial Intelligence.
On this project of University Grants Commission (UGC), Prof. Raghuraj Singh, Head of Computer Science, and Dr. Pratibha Verma have given the above technique. After the United States of America (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK), Vision Technology is undergoing research in India. In this process, robots prepared with Artificial Intelligence will be able to do all the domestic tasks which humans can do. This technique has made it easy for the eye-illusions to work on computers.
Artificial intelligence begins to work after giving commands on Braille script’s computer-pad. It explains what page is surfing in surfing, what content is given in it, depending on which second command you want to give. After this project, HBTU has now prepared a project to conduct research on Vision System.
Pro. Raghuraj said that India has been working on making such a machine under Vision System through Artificial Intelligence, which can think like a human. Then the robot will also take a garbage on a fixed track and also do household chores. In such a situation, the day is not far when most of our work everyday will be seen by robots.
On the last day of the National Conference on Intelligence Computing Communication and Data Science, 16 research papers were presented in HBTU. Dr Ambedkar Institute of Technology for Handicaped Kanpur, ABS Ghaziabad, Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College Ghaziabad and KNIT, Sultanpur, Research Scholar and PhD students gave paper presentation. They were evaluated by Prof. Dr.Anil Yadav of CSJMU and Dr.Alok Kumar.