Introductory Seminar about the"DeCAIR" project to develop artificial intelligence and robotics curricula
26 Oct 2022

​The Jordan University of Science and Technology, represented by the Faculties of Engineering and Computer and Information Technology, organized an introductory seminar on the project to develop artificial intelligence and robotics curricula, in the presence of a number of faculty members and university students.

The symposium addressed a number of themes, most notably: clarifying the concept of artificial intelligence and its importance in various fields, current and future developments in the field of artificial intelligence technologies and their applications, in addition to patterns of artificial intelligence, the importance of robotics in the fields of science and technology, as well as the relationship of artificial intelligence to digital transformation, as well as trends Current and future of artificial intelligence.

The Dean of the College of Engineering, Prof. Hanan Al-Nimri, said that this symposium aims to introduce the project to develop artificial intelligence and robotics curricula, indicating the extent of the university's interest and deep belief in the importance of artificial intelligence in various fields, and explaining that the university takes upon itself the role of raising awareness in this field through holding specialized seminars and lectures, In light of the increasing use of smart technology in all fields globally.

The Dean of the College of Computer and Information Technology, Prof. Dr. Mounir Bani Yassin, confirmed that the university is on the right path towards the future and keeps pace with important developments and transformations in the technical education sector and technological developments, adding that artificial intelligence techniques have become an essential part of the technology industry, which helps to solve many difficult problems. in computer science, software engineering, and operations research.

In turn, the project coordinator at the university, Dr. Ahmed Batayneh, provided information about the importance of the project to graduate students at the university, and about the scientific devices that the university will receive during the coming period and supported through this project, which comes in response to the variables of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the emergence of artificial intelligence and robotics techniques, and aims to qualify experts in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Technologies.

Dr. Omar Al-Zoubi, the project participant, spoke with a group of university professors about the training courses available through the project, and about ways of cooperation between departments in the field of artificial intelligence and robotics.

decair project.png