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Pak-China Friendship Center to Host Artificial Intelligence Summit in Islamabad

The Artificial Intelligence Summit, which was first hosted in 2019, seeks to highlight current advancements in the field of AI while also honouring the entrepreneurs that made them possible.
The Pak-China Friendship Center, which is in Islamabad, will host an artificial intelligence summit on February 25. The conference is being organised by 10Pearls, and it is reportedly absolutely free. Interested parties may easily sign up for the event by visiting the conference website.

The Artificial Intelligence Summit, which was first hosted in 2019, intends to highlight current advancements in the field of AI while also honouring the entrepreneurs who made them possible. The summit will also feature dialogues and panel discussions where top experts from around the world and the nation will debate cutting-edge innovations.

This year’s Artificial Intelligence conference will feature three panel discussions on the following subjects: Explainable AI & Healthcare 5.0, AI Disruption in the Startup Ecosystem, and GPT-3: Navigating the Crossroads of Technology and Humanity.

All three panel talks will undoubtedly provide us with valuable insights and educational opportunities that will greatly improve our understanding of AI.

The event will also feature interactive presentations on a variety of subjects, such as “Optimization of BizOps using AI,” “Cybersecurity Gets Smart,” “AI & National Government,” and “Impact of AI in the Fintech Sector.”

The AI Summit, which supports entrepreneurs, will also display the goods and prototype demonstrations of various firms in the AI sector.

According to Syeda Sana Hussain, senior director of people and programmes at 10Pearls, “the summit gives a forum to share information, power dialogue on cognitive technologies, exhibit AI-based inventions, and create a network of like-minded peers and mentors.”

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