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Machine Learning Day 2022

About

KnowDis brings you the fourth edition of KnowDis Machine Learning Day in collaboration with Yardi School of AI, IIT Delhi. This will be an online event to be held on 14th October 2022.

The first edition of KnowDis Machine Learning Day was organized at IIT Delhi on 28th July 2019.

The event celebrated the advances made in the field of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and recognized the contribution of leading researchers and professors to the field.

The second edition of KnowDis Machine Learning Day was held in partnership with the School of AI, IIT Delhi on 5th December 2020.

This was a full-day online event, attended by 1000+ people along with foremost researchers from top universities.

The Third edition of KnowDis Machine Learning Day was held in partnership with the School of AI, IIT Delhi on 3rd December 2021.

Event Videos

KnowDis Machine Learning Day in News

KnowDis Awardee

Prof. Pushpak Bhattacharyya

Professor, Department of Computer Science, IIT Bombay and former Director, IIT Patna

List of Speakers

Mr. Pankaj Rai

Group Chief Data Analytics Officer, Aditya Birla Group

Topic: Staying relevant in the Digital Era

Prof. Pushpak Bhattacharyya

Professor, Department of Computer Science, IIT Bombay and former Director, IIT Patna

Topic: NLP and Society- A Perspective from Sentiment and Emotion Analysis, and Mental Health Monitoring

Prof. Sayan Ranu

Assistant Professor, Department of CSE and Yardi School of AI, IIT Delhi

Topic: Gigs with Guarantees: Achieving Fair Wage for Food Delivery Workers

Mr. Saurabh Singal

Founder and MD KnowDis

Topic: AI-Drive Antibody Design

Mr. Saurabh Singal

Founder and MD KnowDis

Dr. Mausam

Head, Yardi School of AI, IIT Delhi

Prof. Milind Tambe

Professor, Computer Science and Director CRCS, Harvard University

Topic: Using AI to assist Non-Profits in Improving Maternal and Child Health Outcomes in India

Dr. Aparna Taneja

Researcher for AI for Social Good Team, Google Research India

Topic: Using AI to assist Non-Profits in Improving Maternal and Child Health Outcomes in India

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