- The 14-day-long AIM–Sirius Innovation Programme 3.0 for school students saw the participation of several dignitaries from India and Russia and a special showcase by the students of both the countries.
- Drawing inspiration from India’s Aatmanirbhar Bharat and Russia’s Big Challenges, this year’s edition was focused on developing technological solutions (web-based and mobile applications) to address the grassroot problems of the two countries.
- During the course of the programme, 48 students worked in teams to create eight virtual products and mobile applications to solve challenges in the areas of culture, distance education, applied cognitive science, health and well-being, and promote sports, fitness and games training, as well as leverage artificial intelligence and digital financial assets.
- Innovations developed by the students leveraged technologies such as app development, artificial intelligence, blockchain, machine learning, data analytics and visualization, UI/UX, virtual reality, augmented reality, gamification, 3D design, and rapid prototyping.
- Mentors from the industry and academia of both the countries worked closely with the teams.