ASET Colloquium (Hybrid/Online)

Role of engineering and science disciplines in building robust and scalable AI systems

by Dr. Bhushan Jagyasi (Accenture Advanced Technology Centers in India)

Friday, September 17, 2021 from to (Asia/Kolkata)
at Online ( )
Artificial Intelligence or Applied Intelligence, as we call it in Accenture, is everywhere. Today we are living in an age where we see the applications of AI all around us including conversational agents like Alexa to Map that we use for everyday commute to automation in healthcare and so on. This has happened due to the proliferation of AI at scale and across various industries. It has emerged that AI cannot be applied in silos without the knowledge of industry or domain expertise. Hence domain experience and business knowledge play a vital role along with data science in building novel applications. In this talk, we will go through - how AI-based Renewable Electricity system works, why signal processing is important for building speech AI systems, how AI can be applied to sustainability initiatives and what role different engineering and science disciplines play in building robust and scalable AI systems.

About the Speaker:
Dr. Bhushan Jagyasi is currently leading the Innovation agenda and Sustainability in AI practice of Accenture Technology India. He has headed various initiatives in Accenture AI Practice which includes – Speech Analytics, Utilities, and Natural Resources. He is keenly interested to contribute to societal and sustainability initiatives. Bhushan has earlier worked as Head, Customer Behavior and Data Science at Pristine Infotech Inc., where he contributed to pricing and revenue optimization with a consumer-directed approach. In the earlier part of his career, he has worked as a Research Scientist in the Digital Farming group of TCS Innovation Labs India, where he built up and headed an R&D team focusing on agriculture sustainability. Bhushan holds a Ph.D. from the Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay in 2009. He has been a recipient of MIT's India TR35 Young Innovator Award in 2010. He has experience working in different domains including Agriculture, Retail, Accessibility, and Assistive Technology.
Organised by Dr. Satyanarayana Bheesette