Workshop on ‘Machine Learning’ begins at BGSBU

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RAJOURI: Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology and Engineering, BGSBU in collaboration with Mentor Institute Aligarh Muslim University organized one week workshop on Machine learning: Tools and Techniques under the aegis of TEQIP-III under Twinning Program.
Vice Chancellor, ProfJaved Musarrat congratulated the department for organizing the workshop. He also thanked the Mentor institute for consistent support and guidance.
Prof Iqbal Parvwez, Dean Academic affairs and Coordinator TEQUP-III applauded the efforts of the organizers for organizing one week workshop on an important area of study in the field of engineering and technology.
Dr Ashfaq Ahmed Zarri conveyed his profound pleasure to the department of computer engineering for organizing the workshop for the greater benefits of students and researchers.
Khalil Ahmed, Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering while welcoming the participants and speakers elaborated the importance of machine learning and its applications in various fields of study.
Dean, SOET Prof Mohammed Asghar, in his address appreciated the CSE&ITE departments for organizing such workshops. He elaborated the concept of machine learning as part of artificial Intelligence and stressed upon participants to take machine learning concept as base for their research areas. He also thanked the speakers for their presence.
Coordinator of the workshop and Key Note speaker Dr Rashid Ali from Aligarh Muslim University gave a detailed presentation about machine learning and its applications in Robotics, Disease Detection, marketing and sales, image recognition, fraud detection. He also elaborated the difference between Data Mining and Machine Learning.
The first day of the workshop witnessed participation from faculty members of the university, scholars from BGSBU and other universities of the state and students from BGSBU.
The workshop will continue for one week with hands on training sessions as well. The various speakers from universities across the country will deliver lectures during the one week workshop.