Programme on Machine Learning In Speech Processing held in Warangal

According to the guest of honor NITW Prof. S.G. Sanjeevi AI means simulation of human intelligence and its one of application is speech processing. 

By   |  Published: 12th Nov 2019  1:55 pm

Warangal Urban: A two week Faculty Development Program (FDP) commenced  at Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science, Warangal (KITSW) on Monday. It is being organised by the department Computer Science & Engineering(CSE), KITSW, and sponsored by Department of Science & Technology (DST), New Delhi. It will be  held from November 11 to 22.

Addressing the faculty Prof. T. Sreenivasulu said that the main objective of this FDP is to  contribute to the cross fertilization between the research on machine learning methods and their applications to speech processing.  The participants should learn the basic algorithms that helps to build and apply prediction functions with an emphasis on practical applications.  He also appreciated KITSW for conduction of FDP/Workshops regularly in equivalent to IITs and NITs for benefit of faculty and students. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the root of Machine learning, these are useful to create virtual world.

According to the guest of honor NITW Prof. S.G. Sanjeevi AI means simulation of human intelligence and its one of application is speech processing. He also highlighted the concepts and applications of machine learning. In our daily life knowingly or unknowingly we have been using the AI applications.

In his presidential address Principal Prof. K. Ashoka Reddy, appreciated the CSE department for conducting the FDP and for getting sanctioned of 3 more FDPs in this academic year.

In this programme convener FDP, Prof. P. Niranjan, coordinator B. Srinvas, PRO Dr. D. Prabhakara Chary,  Deans, HODs, Faculty of KITSW, 70 faculty from various institutes from all over the country attended.


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