At Gitex, MBZUAI presents AI research and innovation

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  • The Mohammed Bin Zayed University for Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI) has announced its participation in Gitex Global 2022, which runs from today until October 14th at the Dubai World Trade Centre. At Gitex, the university showcases some of its latest research and innovations in his two-story interactive exhibition.

Visitors to the university’s exhibition will be able to see first-hand how MBZUAI faculty, researchers, and students are pushing the boundaries of AI. University faculty will give short informative presentations, and faculty and students will also participate in her Gitex webinars and panels.

MBZUAI President Professor Eric Xing will give a keynote address at Sheikh Rashid Hall on Thursday, October 13th at 11am as part of Ai Everything 2022. “Gitex is an ideal platform for universities to reach out to the public and familiarize themselves with AI research and its applications,” said Xing. “AI is a uniquely powerful technology that can help improve many aspects of people’s lives, from healthcare and business to education to government service delivery. must be able to join the journey, and AI literacy is a key aspect of that.”

His MBZUAI exhibition in Hall 8 features a multimedia experience by his MBZUAI associate professor in computer vision and founder of the start-up Pinscreen, Hao Li. Li leads the development of his AI technology that enhances shopping, work and more in the Metaverse. Li is the director of his MBZUAI Metaverse Lab, and his tech contributes to his Amazon, Expo 2020, and more. Visitors can learn about the innovations in development at MBZUAI that stem from student research.

Other activities include workshops and large-scale model demonstrations by members of AI startup Petuum. The startup scientist contributes to and is part of the open source AI software community CASL, an open toolkit for composable, automated and scalable learning. CASL technology was partially developed in his MBZUAI classroom and lab. Petuum scientists will gather at his MBZUAI booth to discuss how SMEs can rapidly build scalable AI systems using community open networks. source building block.

One such example is an application aimed at helping people with language disabilities communicate and navigate in society. Visitors can also contribute to science through activities aimed at engaging them in the experience of people with language disabilities. Professor Abdulmotaleb El-Sadiq, Deputy Director of MBZUAI’s Computer Vision Division, will join the Ministry of Education Majlis webinar on Innovation through the Metaverse on Monday, October 10th at 1:00 PM.

This year’s Gitex Global brings together over 4,000 executives and innovators from technology companies and start-ups, representatives from over 170 countries, over 400 active technology investors, and the world’s leading experts shaping the future of technology. Homes, educators and businesses come together.

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