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PAIAS: Paanini Ashtadhayi Interpreter as a Service

Sarada Susarla, Ph.D Student, Karnataka Sanskrit University, Bengaluru, INDIATilaka M. Rao, Associate Director, Veda Vijnana Shodha Sansthan, Bengaluru, INDIASai Susarla, Dean, MIT School of Vedic Sciences, Pune, INDIA Abstract It is widely believed that Pāṇini’s Aṣṭādhyāyī is the most accurate grammar and word generation scheme for a natural language there is. Several researchers attempted to…
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Shaastra Maps: Enabling Conceptual Exploration of Indic Shaastra Texts

Here is the abstract of a research paper by Vedavaapi published at 18th World Sanskrit Conference 2023  in Australia under Computational and Digital Humanities section. Sai Susarla, Suryanarayana Jammalamadaka, Vaishnavi Nishankar, Siva Panuganti, Anupama Ryali, and S Sushrutha. 2023. Shaastra Maps: Enabling Conceptual Exploration of Indic Shaastra Texts. In Proceedings of the Computational Sanskrit &…
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Tapping into India’s Civilizational Knowledge: Role of AI

Here is a one-hour talk by Sai Susarla at IIT Delhi on October 10, 2019 introducing the concept of Civilizational knowledge and how the stars are aligning to tap into it on a large scale using a combination of AI and India’s traditional scientific models.

Vedavaapi Architecture

Vedavaapi: A Platform for Community-sourced Indic Knowledge Processing at Scale Paper on Vedavaapi’s platform architecture. The full paper is available here. Abstract Indic heritage knowledge is embedded in millions of manuscripts at various stages of digitization and analysis. Numerous powerful tools and techniques have been developed for linguistic analysis of Samskrit and Indic language texts.…
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