Understand the lucrative career options in the Application of AI in Semicon with Intel leaders | June 16

The webinar session will be covering compounded problems in semiconductor design and development being solved by the Intel AI group using AI, data science and machine learning.
Understand the lucrative career options in the Application of AI in Semicon with Intel leaders | June 16
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Intel, in collaboration with Analytics India Magazine, is organising a webinar on the applications of AI in semiconductor design on the 16th of June from 5 PM – 6 PM. With this one-hour-long session, the semiconductor giant plans to bring to the industry’s attention, the exciting areas of work for data scientists, engineers and AI specialists in Intel to innovate and solve complex problems in semiconductor design with AI and allied skillsets. 

Increasing application of AI in semiconductor space

At a time when the tech space is dealing with a huge chip shortage, industry titans and small-scale companies have realised how vital the application of AI is in the chip manufacturing process. 


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Leading the undertaking is Intel, which is solving complex problems in the Semicon space with AI and data science. A misconception prevailing amongst the tech workforce is that artificial intelligence and allied expertise find the most enactment in retail. However, the truth is far from it. 

Intel’s AI Centre of Excellence (AICoE) is at the forefront of responding to the knowledge-worker bottleneck issue. Let’s see how. 

Why is Intel’s AI CoE placed right?

Intel’s business complexity is growing exponentially, with the multinational entering newer markets, expanding product offerings and more. With more products to design, develop and retain, manufacturing complexity increases correspondingly. However, there is a general shortage of knowledge workers today as the nature of work becomes more technically oriented and requires critical thinking. This is where Intel’s AI CoE undertakes a pivotal role.

What’s in the webinar for you?

In these 60 minutes, you will learn how to accelerate the transformation of semiconductor design and manufacturing with the application of AI, machine learning and data science. 

The speakers, who are experts in their respective domains, will take you through interesting use cases to understand how AI can be available to recast how semiconductor design operates. 

You will dive into the multiplex complications in chip development and how to effectively put AI to use for solving these.   

The webinar will cover

  • Introduction to IT AI
  • Introduction to AI CoE India
  • AI applications in Intel

Date: 16, June 2022
Time: 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM 
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This session will be spearheaded by Gopalan Oppiliappan, Head of the AI Center of Excellence at Intel Corporation. Gopalan leads Artificial Intelligence CoE in Intel India, where he is responsible for developing the AI competency in the organisation by developing in-house AI talent, engaging with business units and identifying opportunities by which AI can accelerate product development and validation and bring transformative impact. 

Alongside Gopalan, the following speakers will discuss the agenda to create awareness amongst interested AI, ML and DS enthusiasts about the many possible career opportunities at the Intel AI group: 

Date: 16, June 2022
Time: 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM 
Register Here


Introduction to the webinar by AIM5:00 PM – 5:03 PM
Introduction to IT AI5:03 PM – 5:08 PM
Introduction to AI CoE India5:08 PM – 5:13 PM
AI applications in Intel5:13 PM – 5:23 PM
Panel discussion with AI CoE Data Scientists5:23 PM  – 5:50 PM
Q&A with participants5:50 PM – 5:58 PM
Vote of thanks by AIM5:58 PM – 6:00 PM

Who should attend

This webinar will appeal to the following cohorts

  • Data scientists and engineers
  • Business analysts 
  • Data analysts
  • Data science enthusiasts
  • Software engineers & programmers with interest in data science (DS)/AI/ML
  • Working professionals looking to transition to an analytics role
  • Open to individuals with any years of experience and any industry

About Intel’s Artificial Intelligence Centre of Excellence (AI CoE)

Intel IT’s AI group includes over 200 data scientists, machine-learning (ML) engineers and AI product experts, systematically working across Intel’s core activities to deliver AI solutions that optimize processes and eliminate various scalability bottlenecks.

Intel India uses AI to deliver high business impact and transform Intel’s internal operations, including engineering, manufacturing, hardware validation, sales, performance and Mobileye. Over the last decade, Intel has deployed over 500 ML models to production – more than 100 models were deployed just during the last year.


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Anushka Pandit
Anushka currently works as the Copy Editor for Analytics India Magazine's editorial team. She holds a B Tech in Computer Science and an MA in Media and Communication Studies. Anushka loves to read, write and recite poetry, and click and explore nature. Reach her at anushka.pandit@analyticsindiamag.com.

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