brain computing: digital university organizes workshop on brain computers | Thiruvananthapuram News

Thiruvananthapuram: Digital University Kerala will host a five-day international workshop on innovations and trends in brain computing techniques ‘Cognizance’22’ on its Technocity campus from April 25-29 at its Technocity campus.
The workshop is organized by the Center for Excellence in Brain Computing [CEBC]which aims to contribute to brain science research and develop intelligent digital systems by analyzing human brain activity through brain computer interfaces and state-of-the-art technologies.
Cognizance 22 aims to bring together professionals, researchers, scientists, educators, students and experts on one platform to discuss innovative ideas about brain computing across multiple disciplines.
Brain computing has emerged as a powerful learning mechanism for developing intelligent systems as it enables a natural understanding of contemporary problems.
Pattern recognition, machine learning, computational intelligence, visual comprehension, natural language processing, emotion recognition, speech recognition, metaverse etc. are upgraded with the essence of natural intelligence.
The aim of the workshop is to equip participants to innovate brain computing techniques and their application in computational perspective.
Several national and international experts from renowned organizations such as Dr. Jitendran Muthuswamy of Arizona State University, Dr C Kesavadas of Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Science and Technology, Prof Hasan Al Nashash of American University of Sharjah, Prof Tapan Gandhi of IIT Delhi, Prof Lalan Kumar of IIT Delhi, Dr Arun Sasidharan from NIMHANS, Dr Gisi Shibu from SP Fort Hospital, Dr Sujesh Sreedharan from SCTIMST, Dr Pragathi P Balasubramani from IIT Kanpur, Dr Priyanka Srivastava from University of Allahabad, Mr Robin Tommy from TCS will cover various topics.


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