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AI Conference to be held in Yerevan on June 25

We live in an age where data, computing, and deep learning algorithms are innumerable. The evolution of AI has led to advances in almost every field of technology․ It holds incredible promises for the future – more comfortable working conditions, better healthcare, self-driving cars, smart flying machines, improved access to financial resources, and clearer allocation of state resources. These are just a small part of what can be in the next decade.

AI Conference Armenia 2022 poster

AI Conference Armenia 2022 poster


Based on this idea, Krisp and Yerevan State University, as part of the joint AI Lab opening ceremony, have initiated the AI Conf Armenia 2022 for students interested in artificial intelligence, young researchers, as well as professionals with some experience in the sphere.

The purpose of the conference is to share cases of successful ML Engineers and Scientists, to guide on what and how to learn to get involved in the industry effectively and to get acquainted with the features and requirements of the existing professions in the field.

AI Conf Armenia 2022 brings together more than 15 experts in the field. They will share with the participants the updates on AI, and their own experiences through individual speeches and panel discussions on trending topics in the field.

The conference agenda and topics will be announced soon.

June 25, 11:30 in YSU Big Hall (Yerevan, Alex Manoogian 1)
Participation is free, registration is required
Registration opens on June 7
The seats are limited.
The organizing partner of the conference is Skill – Event Marketing Company.
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