Egypt’s University of Informatics Hosts Premier Data Science and AI Conference

18 April 2024

Egypt's University of Informatics Takes the Spotlight in the Data and AI Arena

In a significant move to bolster the field of data science and artificial intelligence (AI) in the region, Egypt's University of Informatics is proud to host the inaugural Data Science and AI Conference (DSC MENA 24) in the city of Knowledge at the New Administrative Capital. This conference is poised to be the region's largest of its kind following its acclaim as Europe's premier event in the domain of AI and data science.

The three-day event, spanning from April 18 to 20, will serve as a melting pot for AI and data specialists, offering high-level content and innovative business opportunities amidst a network of industry professionals. This is made possible through a strategic union between Egypt's University of Informatics (EUI), Ntervento, and the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA).

Forging Ahead: Data Science and AI Innovations

Tackling a spectrum of cutting-edge topics, the conference addresses generative AI, natural language processing, deep learning, data engineering, cloud data solutions, AI in medicine, and analytics in marketing. These subjects are indicative of the event's ambition to stay at the forefront of technological advancement.

Dr. Reem Bahgat, President of the University of Informatics, emphasizes the unique platform that DSC MENA 24 offers. Academics and industry professionals alike are welcomed to share research outcomes, discuss AI applications, and ensure cybersecurity for new IT advancements.

The conference is seen as an enriching conduit to align academic Might with dynamic market needs, furthering the university's stature as a leader in IT and communications in the Middle East and Africa. It symbolizes a concerted effort to provide a high-caliber, collaborative event for the MENA region and the global AI community, responding to the increasing demands for smart systems in business environments.

In taking this initiative, Egypt's University of Informatics reinforces its dedication to being a pioneering academic hub in IT and digital arts, offering a plethora of specialized programs aimed at meeting the evolving needs of today's workforce.

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