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Tuesday, 14 January, 2020 - From 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Cairo Time)

Topic Overview

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the keywords frequently used in the industry. Chatbots are software that has been able to ease the interaction between humans and computers, where Chatbots are used to simulate a conversation in natural language with the user. Chatbots rely on Natural Language Processing (NLP) algorithms to be able to formulate responses based on the input text of the user. Join us in this webinar in collaboration with SECC for an introduction to AI and get hands-on making our own Chatbot!


Youssef Alnemr, Member of SECC Experts Network

Youssef Alnemr is a Developer Advocate at IBM who graduated with a dual certificate in Computer Science from the British University in Egypt and London South Bank. His main interests include Java Development, Graphics Programming, and Machine Learning. Youssef spends his spare time reading published papers in Computer Vision and Graphics, curiously experimenting with and implementing different algorithms in Computer Graphics, Machine Learning and how they can be used for real-life applications.

Webinar Registration

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  On the Day of the WEBINAR:
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