Cambridge University’s Computers Student Milly Kumar In Research Panel of India’s First Robotics Tech. Park


New Delhi: India’s First Robotics and A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) Technology Park ‘GNRTP’ (Greater Noida Robotics Technology Park) has nominated Miss Milly Kumar , a Computer Science Student of famous King’s College, University of Cambridge, U.K. in A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) and Robotics Research Panel for performing innovative research in new Robotics and A.I. Technologies, which shall be developed and produced at this proposed Robotics Tech. Park.


‘GNRTP’ is in process of developing Fourteen Robotics Tech. Verticals along with CoE (Center of Excellence) where around 1000+ innovation A.I. and Robotics products and solutions shall be developed and produced. Milly Kumar’s research inputs shall be used in developing these innovative A.I. – Robotics Products and Solutions along with in establishing A.I. – Robotics Tech. CoE.


Milly Kumar is currently pursuing four years Integrated Bachelor & Master degree in Computer Science at Cambridge University which is ranked as World’s top five university according to the QS World University Rankings 2022 and shown her keen interest in taking research in A.I. Tech. in Indian organization from where her family has origins. Her research association with prestigious Indian ‘GNRTP’ project reflets India’s emerging as preferred destination for High Tech. research for students from top Global universities.


‘GNRTP’ is getting established under a special MoU done by its promoter Innogress with state Govt. of U.P. during ‘Investors Summit’ held in 2018 at Lucknow, U.P., India. ‘GNRTP’ is going to have dedicated Tech. development to manufacturing facilities for Industrial Robotics, Defence Robotics, Medical and Health Care Robotics, Automotive & Autonomous Vehicle Robotics, Agriculture and Food Processing Robotics, Aerospace Robotics and UAVs, Personal and Domestic Robotics, Hospitality, Commercial and Customer Services Robotics, Construction, Mining and Excavation Robotics, Security, Surveillance and General Services Robotics, Educations and Entertainment Robotics, Emergency Response Robotics, Retail and Logistics Robotics, ‘AI’ (Applied ‘AI’ for Robotics) and Software Robotics, along with common facilities like R&D, CoE (Centre of Excellence), Robotics Experience Centre, Robotics Test Beds.

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