Central TB Division signs MoU to fight tuberculosis with the help of AI
The Central (tuberculosis) TB Division of the Health Ministry has signed an MoU with Wadhwani Institute for Artificial Intelligence. Under the MoU, the division seeks to explore the application of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence technology in its fight against tuberculosis (TB).
Wadhwani AI would support the National TB programme by helping it become AI-ready. This would including developing, piloting, and deploying AI-based solutions.
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