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15 December, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Global AI Bootcamp held to share knowledge

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka

The Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bootcamp, a one-day event organised across the world by local communities that are passionate about artificial intelligence on Microsoft Azure, was held in the capital yesterday to share knowledge on latest trend in the arena.

Global AI Community, Bangladesh organised the daylong event at Microsoft Bangladesh Office in the capital’s Gulshan.

The Bootcamp is organised in 167 cities across the world at the same time consummating balance of quality content, awesome talks, and hands-on learning with tech enthusiasts, according to organiser.

Technology firm ADN Telecom and market

strategy agency Xposar Communication were partners of the event patronised by Microsoft and Thursday Cloud.

The Bootcamp has been organised for a whole day across the world by local communities that are passionate about artificial intelligence on Microsoft Azure, Global AI Community Country Lead Rezwanur Rahman said in his welcome speech.

The daylong camp began with insightful session by Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology (BUET) computer science’s Prof Alim Al Islam who focused on AI for networking research and user identification method.

Mohammad Oli Ahad, founder of intelligent machines, shared the overview of corporate practices of AI in business sector in Bangladesh.

Keeping in mind the security concerns of a connected world, a hand-on session on hacking and security took place.

Among others, Asian Age Executive Editor Shiabur Rahman, Microsoft MVP Sabah Shariq, Umme Rubaiyat of JBnet Corporation, Intelligent Machines Lead Analytics Asif Al Hye and HeadBlocks Founder Mohammad Asif Atick spoke on at the sessions.

 

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