The artificial intelligence and data science-focused hub will aim to support 35,000 new jobs within five years.

The Indian state government of Karnataka plans to invest Rs400bn (US$6.1bn) in a new hub designed to support India-based artificial intelligence (AI) and data science startups, VCCircle reported on Tuesday. The Centre of Excellence for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence will operate as a public-private partnership from its headquarters in Bangalore. The scheme will partner…

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