Description

Scientists and philosophers have been trying since a long to resolve two big questions of the universe: How does a human mind work and can non-human have minds? However, these questions are still unanswered.

We are trying to find out the computational approach originated by computer scientists and accepted the idea that machines can do everything that human can do.

The goal of artificial intelligence (AI) as a science is to make machines do things that would require intelligence if done by humans (Boden, 1977). Therefore, the answer to the question ‘Can Machines think?’ was vitally important to the discipline. However, the answer is not a simple ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, but rather a vague or fuzzy one.

Alan Turing the British mathematician was proposed the concept of universal machine. After the Second World War, he was a key player deciphering Enigma, the German military encoding machine and designed the ‘Automatic Computing Engine’.

This conference will be helpful to provide the insight view of the artificial intelligence and current spectrum, importance and its application. This event is mainly targeted to showcase our research strength and learning from the experiences of other research based Organizations/Universities of India working in the area of Artificial Intelligence.

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Important Dates

Draft paper submission deadline:2018-10-30

Abstract submission deadline:2018-10-15

Author guidelines

Amity Institute of Information Technology, Amity University, Lucknow Campus invites the technocrats, academicians, researchers, and scholars to deliberate their ideas, research results and project experience in the form of papers or posters on the following listed topics:

The Programme Committee invites high-quality papers for presentation at the conference. Topics are indicative but not limited to. Authors are requested to submit a paper in IEEE standard format. The length of the paper should not exceed 6 pages. The plagiarism percentage should be as per the plagiarism policy. Accepted and presented papers will be published in conference proceedings (with ISBN No.). An extended version of selected papers will be forwarded to be published in Springer/CSI communications.

Topics of submission

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Machine Learning

  • Machine Learning Tools and Techniques
  • Machine Translation

  • Neural Networks

  • Fuzzy systems

  • Data Mining

  • Data Analytics

  • Computational Algorithms

  • Other relevant topics....

Committee

Program Committee
Dr. S. K. Singh, Professor-Amity Institute of Information Technology (sksingh1@amity.edu, 9415617702)
Dr. Pankaj K. Goswami, Amity Institute of Information Technology (pkgoswami@amity.edu, 9453434364)

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  • Dr.Pankaj K. Goswami
  • pkgoswami@amity.edu
  • 9453434364