The remarkable progress in artificial intelligence (AI) is transcending boundaries and finding invaluable applications across diverse academic disciplines. Recognizing the transformative potential of AI, we are proud to introduce the new theme, 'Applied AI,' at the Jantina Tammes School.
This initiative reflects our commitment to harnessing AI's power to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and to drive innovation and advancements in fields such as natural sciences, engineering, healthcare, environmental science, economics, social sciences, and more.
Our goal is to unite academics from various disciplines, students, and industry professionals under the central theme of Artificial Intelligence. Through a series of events, workshops, and seminars, we aim to inspire and facilitate collaborations among academics, encouraging them to explore the transformative potential of AI within their respective fields. Furthermore, we believe in the importance of nurturing the talents of our students, providing them with opportunities to engage with cutting-edge AI technologies and methodologies. As we embark on this journey, we also seek to strengthen our ties with industry partners, creating a mutually beneficial relationship where academic research meets real-world applications.
By becoming a member of the 'Applied AI' community, you will have the opportunity to:
The introduction of the 'Applied AI' theme at the Jantina Tammes School underscores our commitment to fostering interdisciplinary collaboration. By uniting academia, students, and industry, we aim to leverage the transformative potential of AI to drive innovation across a multitude of fields, further emphasizing the crucial role of collaboration in shaping a brighter future.
To express your interest in becoming a member of the 'Applied AI' community, please fill out the form below. We look forward to welcoming you as a valuable member of our community.
For more information, please contact George Azzopardi, PhD, Coordinator of the "Applied AI" theme, Jantina Tammes School of Digital Society, Technology and AI.
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