Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Solve Real-World Problems

You’ve no doubt heard “Artificial Intelligence” as the buzzword du jour, but for most, AI remains a foreign and abstract concept. So how do you actually go about solving real-world problems using AI and machine learning? Join Machine Learning & AI Expert Instructor Imran Ahmad and see how today’s state-of-the-art AI algorithms and help you streamline tasks and solve real-world problems.

In this Artificial Intelligence webinar, you’ll learn:

  •  The basic concepts of AI
  • The strengths and weaknesses of the various AI algorithms
  •  How to choose the best algorithm for your scenario

Finally, you’ll see a real-life example of how AI can be used to flag fraudulent official documents through a use-case scenario.

Earn 1 CEU. Credits are self-reported to the industry certifying bodies.

[Webinar ID# 1142]

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Presented by Imran Ahmad

Big Data Analytics, Cloud computing, and enterprise systems have been a passion for Imran for the last many years. He has more than 15 years of experience of designing software architectures, conducting research and IT services. As part of his PhD research, he has developed a Linear Programming based algorithm called ATSRA that can be used to optimally process information for Big Data.

Imran is currently working with the Canadian Immigration Department to develop a predictive analytics model that can automate the Canadian immigration and Visa processes. He has designed and implemented a Hadoop cluster for data processing and currently developing state-of-the-art algorithms and techniques to develop these models.

He has participated in different IT conferences in various countries and has conducted various presentations. In 2008, He has also taught various IT courses at Carleton University.