The University of Georgia and IT-company D-tech announced joint interests in the development of science. The signing of the memorandum by both parties serves as the basis for the birth of new projects and opens up opportunities for obtaining additional resources in order to obtain the expected research results.
“In the global struggle for talent, we are ready to look ahead together with researchers to help get the results and apply them in practice in our own projects or start new startups,” said the director of D-tech Liana Berberashvili.
“Today we are on the verge of another technological revolution, when classical computing is not enough to solve a number of high-tech problems, so we are interested in research projects related to quantum computing and machine learning. We decided to find and support researchers at various stages, the main condition is compliance with a number of requirements. In some cases, when evaluating a project, our internal expertise is sufficient, and in the future, we plan to involve in collaboration with The University of Georgia with a number of experts for a deeper analysis of research prospects. We are grateful to The University of Georgia personally to Rector Koka Topuria, Vice-Rector for Science, Professor Soso Gogilidze, Head of the Department of Natural Sciences, Professor Irakli Noselidze and also separate words of gratitude to the Director of the School of Science and Technology, Professor Kakha Tavzarashvili for their trust, and sharing our views on the importance of research in scientific fields such as quantum computing and machine learning Let me remind you that by the end of the year we are ready to consider applications for Grants and issue 5 grants for each of the areas,” commented Stanislav Sabanov, ioli.digital project manager and CEO Relocater.
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