Global Challenge Research Funds Received for machine learning

For a research focusing on Improved Prediction and Intervention for Gestational Diabetes using Machine Learning and Mobile Apps, Aarogyam has been subcontracted by University of Warwick.

Using a considerable evidence-backed intervention, engineering, computer science, and mathematical programming, funded project presents a two-fold innovation: (1) novel machine learning and artificial intelligence-based algorithms to establish accurate data-

driven intervention models on gestational diabetes; (2) novel machine learning and artificial intelligence-based algorithms to characterise and quantify the impact of available intervention for gestational diabetes.

GCRF, administered through the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and other delivery partners including the national academies, addresses global challenges through disciplinary and interdisciplinary research, strengthens capability for research and innovation within both UK and developing countries, and provides an agile response to emergencies and opportunities.It forms part of the UK's Official Development Assistance (ODA)commitment, to support cutting-edge research which addresses the most pressing problems faced by developing countries.

Aarogyam (UK) has been collaborative and support partner for School of Engineering, University of Warwick on Machine Learning, App outreach and Artificial Intelligence. We hope to continue working on Global research initiatives and UK research Initiative with University of Warwick.

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