TCS and Macquarie University, Australia announced a new research agreement that will provide opportunities for Macquarie students to gain valuable real-world experience in the frontier application of artificial intelligence (AI) in the financial services sector.
As part of the agreement, TCS and Macquarie will provide research scholarships to postgraduate students, giving them global research exposure, access to international conferences and the opportunity to work on projects that explore the use of data analytics and AI in the financial services sector.
The partnership will create future opportunities for Macquarie students, including access to the Tata Global Internship Program (TGIP), an 8-week internship program that enable students to build critical business skills while working on real projects with Tata Group companies worldwide.
TCS country head for Australian and New Zealand, Vikram Singh, said the agreement follows a number of deals with Australian companies, cementing TCS’ place in their adoption of AI and machine learning.
“Our collaboration with Macquarie University will provide further impetus to exploration of innovation opportunities in the financial services value chain using these powerful new technologies, and help Australian industry retain its global competitiveness,” Singh said.
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