T-Hub and DST inaugurate Center of Excellence for AI

T-Hub and DST have inaugurated MATH, a transformative hub for AI and ML technologies. It aims to create 500 AI-related jobs, support 150 startups annually,
and foster innovation in India’s AI sector. MATH offers a conducive ecosystem,  advanced facilities, and collaboration with stakeholders.

T-Hub, the startup incubator in collaboration with The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has inaugurated one-of-its-
kind Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Technology Hub (MATH). MATH is set up to foster AI innovation, create job opportunities, and provide a conducive ecosystem for AI startups. The Centre of Excellence aims to generate over 500 AI-related jobs by 2025 and nurture more than 150 startups annually.

Mahankali Srinivas Rao, CEO, T-Hub, said, “We are excited to partner with MATH in establishing a transformative hub for AI and ML technologies. This
collaboration embodies our shared vision of nurturing startups, fostering innovation, and creating a thriving ecosystem for technological advancement. Together, T-Hub and MATH will empower entrepreneurs to harness the power of AI and ML, driving meaningful change and propelling India onto
the global stage of technological leadership.” Rahul Paith, CEO of MATH, said, “The inauguration of MATH marks a significant milestone in our journey towards harnessing the potential of AI and ML to drive innovation and create impact. With state-of-the-art facilities and a comprehensive support ecosystem, MATH is poised to become the epicenter of AI and ML innovation in India. We are excited to collaborate with T-Hub and stakeholders across the ecosystem to
accelerate the growth of AI-driven startups, empower researchers, and shape the future of technology in our nation.”

MATH unveils various facilities including a mini data center with GPU capabilities, a world-class Learning Management System (LMS) tailored for
AI education, and robust data infrastructure to support diverse AI applications.