The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IITB) is one of the fifteen higher institutes of technology in the country set up with the objective of making facilities available for higher education, research, and training in various fields of science and technology. With the same mission and vision, Prof. Ganesh Ramakrishnan is gearing to take rural India a leap ahead. For his outstanding contributions, he has also been awarded the IBM Faculty Award 2011.
About the Internship:
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:
1. Working with ML/AI in Java
2. Gathering data from the automated system
3. Performing data analysis on the same
4. Working on statistics
# of Internships available: 1
Skill(s) required: Java (Learn Java), Data Analytics, Statistical Modeling and Machine Learning
Who can apply:
Only those candidates can apply who:
are available for full time (in-office) internship
can start the internship between 7th Jan'19 and 6th Feb'19
are available for duration of 6 months
are from Mumbai and neighboring cities
have relevant skills and interests
** Women willing to start/restart their career can also apply.
JACK applications consist of a collection of autonomous agents that take input from the environment and communicate with other agents. This provides system builders with a very powerful form of encapsulation. Each agent is defined in terms of its goals, knowledge and social capability, and is then left to perform its function autonomously within the environment it is embedded in. This is a very effective way of building applications for dynamic and complex environments – each agent is responsible for pursuing its own goals, reacting to events and communicating with other agents in the system. There is no need to explicitly program the interactions of the whole application, rather, the interactions emerge as a by-product of the individual goals and capabilities of the constituent agents.
JACK is a mature, cross-platform environment for building, running and integrating commercial-grade multi-agent systems. It is built on a sound logical foundation: BDI (Beliefs/Desires/Intentions). BDI is an intuitive and powerful abstraction that allows developers to manage the complexity of the problem. In JACK, agents are defined in terms of their beliefs (what they know and what they know how to do), their desires (what goals they would like to achieve), and their intentions (the goals they are currently committed to achieving). Entirely written in Java, JACK is highly portable and runs on anything from PDAs to high-end, multi-CPU servers. Its Java foundation means that JACK can run with multiple threads across multiple CPUs, has platform-independent GUIs, and is easily integrated with third-party libraries.
Certificate, Letter of recommendation, Flexible work hours, Informal dress code, 5 days a week.