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Wadhwani brothers-founded WIAI looks to use artificial intelligence for the benefit of cotton farmers, TB patients and underweight newborns

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artifical intelligence | Artificial Intelligence in health

Neha Alawadhi  |  New Delhi 



Sunil Wadhwani, Romesh Wadhwani
Sunil Wadhwani (Left) and Romesh Wadhwani, founders, Wadhwani Institute of Artificial Intelligence

Romesh and Sunil Wadhwani are well-known names in the world of entrepreneurship and technology. Both the brothers grew up in India, studied at prestigious Indian Institutes of Technologies (IIT-Bombay and IIT-Madras respectively) and went on to the US for higher studies, where they successfully ran technology and even invested in many.

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First Published: Tue, September 17 2019. 13:56 IST

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