Integral University organises Symposium on Artificial Intelligence in Biological Sciences

Symposium on artificial inteligence

Lucknow: The Department of Biosciences, Integral University, Lucknow, organized a one day international symposium on “Artificial Intelligence in Biological Sciences: Recent Trends” was organized by. The symposium aimed to foster knowledge exchange,

collaboration, and innovation in leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) for societal and industrial benefit. It started with the welcome address by Prof. Abdul Rahman Khan, Dean, Faculty of Science & CoE, Integral University, who extended deepest appreciation to the speakers and the participants and also emphasised on the transformative potential of AI in the field of biological sciences.

Prof. Haris Siddiqui, Registrar, Integral University presented a brief introduction and genesis of the   University. 

The Chief Guest, Dr. Arun Mohan Sherry, Director, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Lucknow provided a simple and profound explanation of the inception of AI and its significance, particularly focusing on its meaning and implications for the students, whereas the Presidential address was delivered by Prof. Javed Musarrat, the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of Integral University. He congratulated the department for their commendable initiative in organizing a timely and pertinent symposium on the highly relevant topic of Artificial Intelligence. Prof. Snober S. Mir, Head, Department of Biosciences, and convener of the program delivered the vote of thanks. Dr. Andleeb Khan and Dr. Jahanara Khatoon were the co-convener and organising secretary of the program respectively. 

The inaugural was followed by two enlightening sessions which  included speakers like Dr. Meraj Khan, Clinical Scientist, the Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, Canada; Dr. Subhash Kumar Yadav, Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, BBAU, Lucknow; Dr. Imran Khan Niazi, Director, Centre for Chiropractic Research, College of Chiropractic, New Zealand; Dr. Ahmad Raza Khan, Assistant Professor, Centre of Biomedical Research, Lucknow; Dr. Aditi Sharan, Associate Professor, School of Computer and System Sciences, JNU, New Delhi; and Dr. Firoz Ahmed, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, College of Science, University of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. A poster presentation was also held during the event, and certificates were awarded to the winners. The symposium saw active participation from over 120 attendees. 


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