New Delhi: Three Indian builders have joined prime 10 winners of Google Android Developer Challenge that encourages builders all over the world to construct apps utilizing machine studying.
The three apps developed by Indians are AgroDoc, Leepi and UnoDogs.
Developed by Navneet Krishna from Kochi, AgroDoc helps farmers diagnose plant illness and make therapy plans.
Leepi, developed by Prince Patel from Bengaluru, helps college students study hand gestures and symbols for American Sign Language.
UnoDogs which helps house owners higher assist their pet’s wellness, offering custom-made info and health programmes has been deve;loped by Chinmany Mishra from New Delhi.
The machine studying know-how “is becoming more accessible to the developers who build the apps you use every day,” mentioned Jacob Lehrbaum Director of Developer Relations, Android.
To encourage extra builders all over the world to construct apps utilizing machine studying, Google launched the Android Developer Challenge final yr.
“And after months of hard work, today the 10 winners of the Android Developer Challenge are launching their apps ready for you to try out,” Lehrbaum mentioned in an announcement.
One app known as AgriFarm helps farmers detect plant illnesses and forestall main harm in fruit and veggies akin to tomatoes, corn and potatoes which has been developed in Balochisan.
“As Android continues to push the boundaries into emerging areas like ML, 5G, foldables and more, we need your help to bring to life the consumer experiences that will define these new frontiers,” mentioned Google.