Romita Ghosh has been elected winner and Pankaj Saini, Runner-up within the WIN Challenged organised by the iTIC Incubator at IIT Hyderabad and the US-based WIN Basis.
The problem was aimed toward discovering options to the issues round baby development and well being monitoring.
Individuals had been requested to resolve the issue in any of the three subjects – discover from an image or set of images, estimate the peak, weight and unlikely well being points within the kids.
“This problem centered on discovering options for the issues by utilizing the images of topics utilizing pc imaginative and prescient, synthetic intelligence, machine studying and different deep applied sciences,” an IIT-H assertion stated.
The problem was launched just about in June second week. “After the preliminary spherical of screening, high contributors had been referred to as for a digital interview, and the 2 winners had been chosen primarily based on their technical understanding to resolve these issues,” it stated.
“The outcomes would have the potential to deal with a serious problem of kid diet packages – to measure the expansion of enormous numbers of infants in city slums, rural and tribal areas. It can assist discover fast recommendations for corrective measures in malnutrition instances,” it stated.
“The incubator will get entry to grants, pre-incubation assist, mentorship, co-working house, and community for constructing profitable prototypes,” S Suryakumar, School-in-Cost, Innovation, Incubation & Startups at IIT Hyderabad, stated.
The winners may also be capable of check their prototypes in collaboration with WIN Basis.
Arrange in 2015, the incubator supported over 70 start-ups and helped them increase ₹50 crore in funding. The beginning-ups have thus far realised revenues of ₹100 crore and generated 800 jobs.