Dr. Siamak Aram discussed artificial intelligence, what it means to the 21st century and how you can take part in what is being called the most powerful force in history for the December edition of the international PassW0rd program.
The Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Data Analytics at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is one of several leading AI experts in the show, which examines why we need AI, its impact on the world of work and find you do not need to be a computer programmer to get a career in the AI world because it wants artists, too.
PassW0rd is an hour-long monthly examination of the ramifications of technology broadcast in the South-East of England on Resonance FM on the second Wednesday of every month. It is part of the Future Intelligence (Fi), an internet-based news site and think tank, that produces high quality reports, videos, audio and podcasts that is also responsible for the technology radio program. The show is here: https://www.mixcloud.com/FI_PassW0rd/entering-the-ai-world/
As an expert in the field of computer science/machine learning, Dr. Aram continues his research on improving data used in healthcare and environmental applications. Additionally, throughout his time working in the field, Dr. Aram has built an impressive record of publications. He is also active in the scientific community as a peer reviewer for highly acclaimed journals.
Currently, Dr. Aram’s interests include analyzing brain-behavior using deep learning/machine learning techniques by neuroimaging techniques
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