The School of Science and Technology in conjunction with the Intel Student Developer Program and the IT Club of USIU-Africa are set to host an Artificial Intelligence workshop on Saturday, June 10 at the Innovation and Incubation Center.

The workshop is part of the Intel Student Developer program created by Intel Corporation, the world’s largest semiconductor chipmaker in partnership with universities across the globe, to assist students in telling their story and share their expertise with other student data scientists and developers.  Students inducted into the Intel Student Ambassador Program are provided with technical support, resources, and marketing to advance their own work through Intel software, tools, and hardware. 

The event will include a theoretical talk on all things artificial intelligence followed by a discussion on current trends in artificial intelligence, which will lead up to data science and machine learning hands on exercises where the attendees will be enlightened on how these technologies work and how they are being used in the tech world today.

The hands on training will include use of technologies such as Google's Tensor Flow tool and Intel Machine Learning SDK where they will go through practical sessions to practice and see first-hand how to use the technology.