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introductory lecture on management and artificial intelligence entitled "From human intelligence to Artificial Intelligence"
Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Abdulaziz Qanswa, President of the University, Prof. Dr. Wael Nabil, Vice President of the University for Students, and Prof. Dr. Ali Abdel Mohsen, Dean of the College of Medicine, one of the top international scientists in management science and artificial intelligence, Dr. Mohamed Al-Namki, who is a distinguished Egyptian-Dutch friend and is in Egypt on a short vacation, was invited It was an opportunity to invite him to give a lecture on management and artificial intelligence in the presence of interested colleagues, students registered for a course on social issues, and faculty members next Monday, March 20, in the conference center hall at Tayeb College at 2:00 pm.
1. What is human intelligence?
2. What is Artificial Intelligence?
3. Overlaping and gaps.
4. Driving forces : Data, technology, Science fiction, chip industry, rivalary
Participating in the discussion :
Prof. Dr. Yasser Fouad, Dean of the Faculty of Computing
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Younis, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Science.
some information about the lecturer/professor Dr. Muhammad Sameh Al-Namki.
Professor Mohamed Sameh El Namaki is an authority in Strategic management and management applications ov artificial intelligence. He is founder and past Deanof Maastricht Scool of Management (Netherlands) and is current Dean of VU School of Management (Switzerland). He taught, published and consulted Worldwide within key MNCs and international organizations as World Bank and the EU
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