CUK Holds Lecture On ‘Research Prospects In AI & Machine Learning’

ganderbal As part of the Innovation Council (IIC) of the Central University of Kashmir institution, the Department of Information Technology organized an expert lecture on “Research Prospects in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning”.

On that occasion, Vice Chancellor Prof. Farooq Ahmad Shah said: “Information technology in general and AI in particular have become part of our lives. Even farmers living in remote areas or unknowingly using technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, IoT, etc.”

In his address to the assembly, Chancellor Prof. M Afzal Zargar said: “AI and its applications have made our lives easier and made it possible to predict things.” When the event was held to commemorate Engineers’ Day, Prof. Zargar added, while He congratulated the faculty and faculty students, adding that engineers have the most important role to play in any developing country as they deal with the technology that powers every aspect of life.

In his presentation, Dept. Coordinator Er. Afaq Alam Khan explained the MoE’s IIC initiative and spoke extensively about core technologies related to deep learning.

Clarifying the Difference Between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning, Resource Person, Sr. Software Engineer at Mercedes Benz R&D, Er. Syed Aanif Shadaan explained how machines can be trained to do tasks that humans find tedious. He introduced the participants to Super AI and some of its examples.

Another speaker, Er. M. Abdul Jawad, spoke about the challenges researchers in AI & Deep Learning are most likely to face and how to overcome them. He advised students to avoid superficial research and emphasized understanding the deeper concepts of producing quality research.

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Ah. Zahoor Ahmad Najar, OSD EEW, Dr. Bilal Ahmad, Legal Department Coordinator, faculty members and students were also present on the occasion. Ah. Amjed Husain proposed the vote of thanks.

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