TED NewsDesk, New Delhi: Defence Institute of Advanced Technology plans to facilitate a 12-weeks long course on artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and machine learning.
The organisation will conduct classes five days every week with two hours of contact lectures. Qualifying an online entrance exam is a necessary part of the programme. Students can register for the test free of cost. A student with a graduate or equivalent level of degree is eligible for the programme.
The “short term programme on Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning” comprises of basic and complex topics of various fields of AI & ML along with probability theory, pattern recognition, big data analytics, computer vision, natural language processing, augmented reality, deep learning and other topics.
The “online training and certification course on cybersecurity” will focus on topics like forensic and incident response, reverse engineering and malware analysis, system programming, exploit mitigation and penetration testing, basic and advanced vulnerability analysis including tools and techniques for cybersecurity professionals.
The entrance exam is scheduled on February 20 for the AI, ML programme and on February 21 for cybersecurity course. The classes are likely to begin from February 28.
Rs. 15000 is the fee for both the courses. Students can register themselves between January 28 to February 15 at the official website, online course.diat.ac.in.
The Department of Defence Research and Development (DRDO) funds the deemed university and an autonomous Organization Defence Institute of Advanced Technology.