Now available as a one month course every month:
Schedule for May 2019:
Saturday 4th May: Session 1
Sunday 5th May: Sessions 2 and 3
Saturday 11th May : Session 4
Sunday 12th May : Sessions 5 and 6
Saturday 18th May : Session 7
Sunday 19th May : Sessions 8 and 9
Saturday 25th May : Session 10
Sunday 26th May : Sessions 11 and 12
This is the tentative outline of the topics to be addressed in each of the 12 sessions of the program:
Saturday 4th May : Session 1: Why the buzz about AI?
1.1@5pm: AI is all around us
1.2@5:30pm: Future expectations from Artificial Intelligence
1.3@6pm: How do machines learn?
Sunday 5th May: Session 2: AI today
2.1@9am: A short history of Artificial Intelligence
2.2@9:30am: Artificial Intelligence and its applications in daily life.
2.3@10am: Human-AI interaction
Sunday 5th May: Session 3: Computational Thinking
3.1@5pm: What is Computational Thinking
3.2@5:30pm : Decomposition and Pattern Recognition
3.3@6pm : Algorithms and evaluation
Saturday 11th May: Session 4: AI exploration:
4.1@5pm: Inspirational AI start-ups
4.2@5:30pm: Explore application of Artificial Intelligence in their daily lives.
4.3@6pm: Explore trends and potential of AI in a given context
Sunday 12th May :Session 5: AI and imagination:
5.1@9am: A letter to your future self
5.2@9:30am: An imaginary conversation with some (5) AI pioneers : Alan Turing, Geoffrey Hunt, Ian Goodfellow, Marvin Minsky, Herbert Simon
5.3@10am: A debate about good AI versus bad AI
Saturday 18th May: Session 6: IoT and AI
6.1@3pm: Smart Cities
6.2@3:30pm: Smart Homes
6.3@4pm: Smart Schools
Session 7: Natural Language Processing:
7.1@3pm: Speech generation
7.2@3:30pm: Speech Recognition
Session 8: Computer Vision
Session 9: Deep Learning:
9.1@3pm: About the human brain and the Central Nervous System
9.2@3:30pm: Artificial Neural Networks
9.3@4pm: Applications of Deep Learning
Session 10: AI and sustainable development goals
10.1@3pm: What are the SDGs?
10.2@3:30pm: AI for human happiness
10.3@4pm: Responsible Citizenship
Session 11: AI and ethics
11.1@9am: Bias: in data collection
11.2@9:30am: Bias : Why it occurs and how to reduce it
11.3 @10am: Bias : in access
Session 12: A bright future with AI
12.1@3pm: Opportunities in AI and Machine Learning
12.2@3:30pm: Attributes of an AI Practitioner : communication and collaborative skills
12.3@4pm: The education and skills set of an AI Practitioner
The details may be tweaked somewhat during the actual delivery of the program.
One session on Saturday: in the afternoon from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Two sessions on Sunday : morning from 9:00 am to 10:00 am and afternoon from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
This will be repeated every month.
The fee per person will be Rs 3000/-.
Fresh students will be added till the end of 2nd weekend. Such students will be sent the earlier posts as direct messages.
Those who come in later will be registered in advance for the next month’s batch.
For joining the course or to know more, please send a WhatsApp message to Prof. MM Pant at +919810073724