IMS Ghaziabad organised an All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) sponsored national conference on ‘Emerging Technologies in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Internet of Things (NCETADI-22)’ on May 20 and 21, which saw participation of over 500 delegates, guests, students, media representatives, faculty and staff members of various institutes.
The conference was held under the patronage of Naresh Agarwal, chairman, IMS Group of Institutions; Nitin Agarwal, managing trustee, governing body, IMS Ghaziabad and leadership of Urvashi Makkar, director, IMS Ghaziabad.
Makkar highlighted that though 80% jobs in the coming decade will revolve around key areas of AI, Data Science, and Machine Learning, youngsters must never forget the uniqueness of human intelligence.
She said, “Always remember that there is no substitute for human intellect, empathy, values, compassion, enthusiasm. Human Intelligence should be the driving force behind Artificial Intelligence and not vice versa, try to strike a right balance between the two”.
Anupam Gupta, vice-president, Global Analytics, United Health Group, was the chief guest of the event. Distinguished expert speaker, Prabal Pratap; scientist and deputy director, Information Security, DRDO Ministry of Defence, Kanpur and many renowned personalities from the industry and academia joined the inaugural and plenary session on Day 1.
The Plenary Session on the theme “Intelligent Computing and Innovation on Data Science” held on Day II was graced by insightful deliberations by chief guest Gurveen Singh Rekhi, director- Data Analytics, Sunlife and speakers Sushil Kumar Agarwal, chairman & director, AVRO Furniture, and Shubham Tripathi, lead, Zee Media.
Best Paper Awards were presented for each technical session enriched with inputs from many corporate and academic stalwarts as session chairpersons & co-chairpersons. An exclusive session was dedicated to presentation by students. According to IMS Ghaziabad, carrying forth the legacy of a strong focus on strengthening the research ecosystem, quality in academics, corporate orientation and path-breaking research initiatives in computing, the national conference coordinated by Nripendra Dwivedi was a great success and grand academic extravaganza.