Expert Lecture on “Artificial Intelligence and its Application”

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Department of Computer Engineering conducted an Expert Lecture on “Artificial Intelligence and its Application” on Saturday, 20th July, 2019 at Seminar Hall from 11:00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Students from the VIII semester of the Computer Engineering department attended the Expert Lecture. The Expert speaker was Mr. Subhash Bhaskaran Ayinoor. Currently, he is working in LTI (Larsen & Toubro Infotech). He has 22 years of experience in the IT industry. His expertise is in recent technologies like Big Data, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Blockchain.

Name of Expert
20th July, 2019
Computer Engineering
11:00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Seminar Hall (B-304)
To give insights of Artificial Intelligence and Its Application to students
Mr. Subhash Bhaskaran Ayinoor, Larsen & Toubro Info. Tech.

The Expert Lecture started with an introduction on what is Artificial Intelligence and its importance in the present times. Mr. Subhash Bhaskaran discussed the evolution of five generations of computer languages. He told us that at present, artificial intelligence is part of the fifth generation of computer programming languages. He also unfolded concepts like Heuristics, Natural Language Processing, Neural Networks, Automated Reasoning, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, Expert Systems. He described the correlation between of Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and Deep Learning. He explained to students how Natural Language Processing is changing our lives. It is already being used in voice recognition, speech recognition, image processing, computer vision and robotics. He gave many case studies where artificial intelligence is used for making our lives more comfortable. While explaining the important applications of Artificial Intelligence, he discussed smart devices such as Alexa. The enthusiastic audience asked many questions and he answered all the question. Many interesting applications he suggested to the students that can be implanted as their final year projects.