Blog: ‘Find novel solutions in artificial intelligence’ – The Tribune
Chandigarh, May 22
A workshop on theoretical and practical aspects of machine intelligence and deep learning, christened “Machine intelligence and deep learning: An interdisciplinary perspective,” being conducted by the Central Scientific Instruments Organisation (CSIO), concluded here today.
As many as 35 participants, including students, researchers, and faculty working in interdisciplinary areas participated in this workshop, which also included hands-on training sessions.
The programme was inaugurated by Prof Shyam Sundar Pattnaik, Director, National Institute for Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chandigarh. He applauded the innovative integration of artificial intelligence, agricultural applications, health care applications and start-up applications on one platform.
He also encouraged the young participants at the workshop to think out of the box and find novel solutions in the field of artificial intelligence.
Prof RK Sinha, Director, CSIO, said artificial intelligence had percolated fast due to enabling technologies such as high-speed optical fiber connectivity and fast processors. He encouraged the participants to apply this technology for the good of society.
During the workshop, a “challenge on demonstration of AI-based solutions” was also organised on showcasing artificial intelligence driven application in major sectors such as agriculture, healthcare, defence, etc. It was open to school and university students, project fellows, and project assistants. — TNS