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Seminar on Intelligent Virtual Agents for Education, Training and Health held

14 September 2022
Seminar on Intelligent Virtual Agents for Education, Training and Health held

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School of Science & Engineering of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organised a Seminar titled "Intelligent Virtual Agents for Education, Training and Health" at ULAB Campus on Monday. The seminar was facilitated by Professor Deborah Richards from School of Computing and Senior Lecturer Dr. Nazmul Huda from School of Engineering of Macquarie University, Australia. The guests were welcomed by the Treasurer, Deans of different Schools, Registrar, and Heads of different Departments, said a press release.

Prof. Deborah emphasized on the importance of learning recent AI technologies since upcoming technologies are evolving around AI and Virtual Agent. She also welcomed ULAB School of Science & Engineering graduates to explore Macquarie University research funds on the mentioned field of studies. The other speaker Dr. Nazmul Huda exhibited the participants the road to join Macquarie University and answered the queries concerned. More than 60 participants attended the session including faculty and students. 

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