Mangalore University College organizes webinar on Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning


Media Release

Mangaluru, Jul 6: The department of computer science of University College Mangaluru had organized a National-level webinar on Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning, and a quiz competition recently.

In his inaugural address, Mangalore University vice-chancellor Prof Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya said that the digital world is not the future but the present. Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning are important in our day-to-day life and during technological advancement, access to data and development is also increased, he added.



Principal Dr Uday Kumar M A highlighted the new dimensions of Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning, and also of data analysis. “In the period of globalization to make quick quality decisions, artificial intelligence or similar technologies are needed”, he opined.

Dr Priya Senan V from SASSNDP Yogam College, Konni, Kerala, Dr Parag A Tamhankar from MES Abasaheb Garware College, University College computer science department Head Dr Veerabhadrappa, assistant professor Dr Bharathi Pilar and Sharadha Bhat from Ankola Government First Grade College participated as resource persons. Sudheendra K conducted the quiz competition.

More than 352 students, research scholars and professors from various states participated in the webinar. Coordinator Dr Bharathi Pilar welcomed the guests, while Abraham mastered the event.

  

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