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Wipro and IISc’s Centre for Brain Research Partner to Drive AI-Based Health Innovations

Bengaluru: IT services giant Wipro has announced a strategic partnership with the Centre for Brain Research (CBR) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) to develop AI-driven health innovations aimed at personalizing healthcare. This collaboration seeks to leverage artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and big data analytics to create advanced technologies for the prevention and management of long-term health disorders.

Wipro’s research and development (R&D) team will focus on creating an AI-based personal care engine. This engine will utilize an individual’s health history, desired health outcomes, and behavioral data to promote healthy aging, encourage positive lifestyle changes, and enhance psycho-social well-being. A significant aspect of this initiative is its focus on mitigating the risk of cardiovascular diseases and associated neurodegenerative disorders through AI applications.

The AI-based personal care engine will undergo testing through a digital app-based trial, conducted in collaboration with CBR at IISc. The goal is to pioneer personalized care solutions for chronic health issues on a global scale.

Dr. Ajay Chander, Head of Research and Development at Wipro Limited, highlighted the potential impact of this collaboration. He stated, “This partnership will pioneer personalized care support for some of the most chronic health challenges globally.” Dr. Chander emphasized the importance of addressing cardiovascular conditions due to their strong link to long-term cognitive issues and the opportunity for significant health and well-being improvements at reduced costs.

Professor K.V.S. Hari, Director of the Centre for Brain Research, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, noting that it will “accelerate the path from research to real-world solutions in cognitive and overall health.”

The collaboration between Wipro and CBR represents a significant step towards integrating cutting-edge AI technologies into healthcare, aiming to improve patient outcomes and advance the management of chronic diseases.

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