Anantnag: The Department of Computer Sciences, South Campus, University of Kashmir organised a one-day seminar on emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine-Learning, Robotics and Blockchain.
The day-long seminar was attended by faculty, research scholars and students from various departments of the campus, a press release said.
Academic Coordinator, Department of Computer Sciences, Dr Hilal Ahmad Khanday, delivered the welcome address and highlighted the main objectives of the event held on March 29.
In his introductory speech, Director, South Campus, Dr Mukhtar Ahmad Khanday, said that technology has minimised human intervention in finding solutions of a range of problems.
He urged students to explore new jobs by learning skills based on AI, ML and Robotics in view of great demand for the same.
Dr Khanday also requested the special guest, CEO Lelafe, IT Solutions Pvt Ltd, Mr Shameem Shah to help students from the campus to find placements and internships in his company.
In his keynote address, Shameem Shah gave an insight about the vast potential of artificial intelligence in today’s world.
Artificial intelligence has a huge potential in healthcare systems world over and making its use to the fullest can definitely help the industrial sector to automate work and reduce human intervention to a large extent, he said.
Guest speaker Dr Rayees Ahmad talked about ‘Bridging the gap between Industry and Academia’ via artificial intelligence. He demonstrated how to connect real-life problems with AI and ML.
Another guest speaker, Mudasir Bhat, gave a detailed overview of video analytics in the industrial space.
Dr Abid Hussain Wani, faculty at the Department of Computer Sciences, presented the vote of thanks.