Digital technology company 10Pearls announced on Tuesday that registrations have now opened for its Artificial Intelligence conference set to be held at the Pak-China Friendship Centre in Islamabad on Feb 25.

The AI summit, which was first held in 2019, aims to share the latest developments in AI, recognise innovations by emerging entrepreneurs and have conversations with leading international and local experts, the company said in a press release.

More than 30 speakers are participating in this year’s summit which will include panel discussions and workshops.

The company said entrance will be free, and interested people can register for the conference on its website.

The AI summit will feature three panel discussions — AI Disruption in the Startup Ecosystem, Explainable AI & Healthcare 5.0 and GPT-3: Navigating the Crossroads of Technology and Humanity.

Some of the talks held at the conference will be Cybersecurity Gets Smart, AI & National Governance, Impact of AI in the Fintech Space and Optimisation of BizOps through AI.

It will also feature workshops on the latest AI tech and showcase products and prototype demos by emerging AI startups.

Syeda Sana Hussain, senior director, people and programmes at 10Pearls, said the summit “provides a platform to share knowledge, power discourse on cognitive technologies, showcase AI-based innovations, and enable a network of like-minded peers and mentors”.

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