About The Event
Are we really in the age of Artificial Intelligence? The probable answer we get is “No”. But surprisingly, many world leading industries and/or academia are claiming to have developed AI system. To our understanding, all these systems available are known as “Restricted AI system”. Today’s computer/ machine can perform many tasks even better than human. A machine vision system can identify faces, objects in complex scenes. However, it fails to interpret and explain what is happening in an image unlike a human. We don’t know, how the brain is really interpreting the visual information. Hence, it’s really challenging to model a machine vision system that can have the capacity of human level recognition. Cognitive science and artificial intelligence (AI) have a long-standing shared history. Early research in AI was inspired by human intelligence and shaped by cognitive scientists. Hence, understanding how the human brain works is one of the fundamental challenges in science today. Advancing our knowledge in this regard will help us to solve various key problems both in engineering and medicine.
This workshop will introduce fundamental challenges in understanding human brain and to translate those knowledge to machine domain. Participants will learn fundamental neuroscience, various techniques to understand the mechanism behind science of intelligence. The state of art on Artificial intelligence techniques as well as opportunities & challenges will be discussed. The participants will get a chance to do hands on experimentation and interaction with experts both from academia and Industry.Participants from any branch of Science (Including Medical Science) and Engineering are encouraged to attend the workshop. Participants will be provided a certificate after successful completion of the workshop.
Please come and join us and be a part of this academic extravaganza!
Indian Institute of Technology
New Delhi-110 016
Thursday to Monday
5-9 March 2020
Dr. Tapan K. Gandhi
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Last Date for Registration is 25th February, 2020.
Faculty (QIP)- INR 500
Student - INR 7000
Industry Person - INR 15000
Others (Non QIP) - INR 15000
Here are some of our tentative speakers
Prof. Santanu Chaudhury
Director, Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur
Prof. Neeraj Jain
Director, National Brain Research Center, Manesar
Professor & Head, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Prof. Manvir Bhatia
MD (Medicine), DM Neurology (AIIMS, Delhi)
Prof. B.K. Panigrahi
Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Prof. Rahul Garg
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Dr. Vidur Mahajan
Physician | Wharton MBA | Head of Research at CARING | Associate Director at Mahajan Imaging | Radiology Researcher
Co-founder & CTO, Aspiring Minds
Dr. Raghavendra Singh
Ex Principal Scientist, IBM
Prof. Sumeet Agarwal
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering,Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Prof. Lalan Kumar
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Prof. Tapan K. Gandhi
Associate Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
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Indian Institute of Technology
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