Noida Chapter
Live Show

Global AI Student Conference

Rohit Tomar Noida Chapter 3:30 PM To 11:30 PM IST

On April 24, 2021 join Global AI Student Conference

An online event organized by Global AI Community together with Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors. It is designed specifically for students, to give an introduction to the world of AI, and showcase relevant technologies.

Join this event to learn the basics, and hear from other students and educators around the world on the projects they are doing in the area of AI.

Agenda:

  • Roadmap to AI and Machine Learning
  • Create your first virtual healthcare assistant with Azure Health Bot
  • Analyze unformatted text faster using Azure Cognitive Services
  • Sentiment Analysis of Resource Scarce Languages
  • Introduction to Machine Learning
  • Create no-code ML Models with Azure Machine Learning and Microsoft Learn
  • Ai as easy as creating a PowerPoint
  • Introduction to Microsoft Machine Learning for Spark (MML Spark)
  • Acknowledging Edge AI and its fantastic applications.
  • How students can start with research, and why it is important
  • Machine Learning In Fluid Mechanics
  • AI and AR in smart cities governance
  • Optimal Architecture for Neural Networks using Bio-Inspired Algorithms
  • GitHub issue moderation using Github Action and Azure Computer Vision
  • Data Collection for Human Action Recognition
  • Grow your skills and empower others as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador

Session details are as follows:

Roadmap to AI and Machine Learning Kunal Kushwaha 15:30
Create your first virtual healthcare assistant with Azure Health Bot

Christina Pardali

16:00
Analyze unformatted text faster using Azure Cognitive Services

Luisa Gonzalez & Sharif Nasser

16:30
Sentiment Analysis of Resource Scarce Languages Rama Soumya Naraparaju 17:00
Introduction to Machine Learning Duc Hieu Ho 17:30
Create no-code ML Models with Azure Machine Learning and Microsoft Learn Foteini Savvidou 18:00
Ai as easy as creating a PowerPoint Malte Reimann 18:30
Introduction to Microsoft Machine Learning for Spark (MML Spark) Priyanka Shah 19:00
Acknowledging Edge AI and its fantastic applications Raghav Rawat 19:30
How students can start with research, and why it is Important Annanya Vedala & Syed Farhan Ahmad 20:00
Machine Learning In Fluid Mechanics Nigama Vajjula 20:30
AI and AR in smart cities governance Anastasiia Ivaniuk 21:00
Optimal Architecture for Neural Networks using Bio-Inspired Algorithms Abishai Ebeneze 21:30
GitHub issue moderation using Github Action and Azure Computer Vision Samson Amaugo 22:00
Data Collection for Human Action Recognition Makena Sandra & Collins Emasi 22:30
Grow your skills and empower others as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador Sharif Nasser 23:00

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