This talk will focus on the importance of synthetic data in machine learning, how we can use them, what problems it solves for the ML community, what issues it comes with, and possible solutions to address them. We will also try to understand the need for synthetic data for the application of self-driving cars.
Transportation and electricity generation sectors are the primary contributors to the greenhouse emissions. Electric Vehicles (EVs) are considered as one of the most effective alternatives to the conventional internal combustion engines to alleviate the greenhouse emissions challenge.
Water challenges surround us, from farms to households. Given the rapid changes in climate, water scarcity is projected to increase in the coming decades. Technological interventions can potentially mitigate some of these water challenges. In this event, we will hear from two speakers who are working on designing technology based solutions to help improve water management in farms and in households across Pakistan.
Towards the end of the classic postcolonial text, Nationalist Thought in the Colonial World, Partha Chatterjee expressed the guarded hope that despite its failures, anticolonial nationalism will have at least vanquished blatant White supremacism once and for all. Over thirty years later, even that hope stands challenged.
In this three-part talk, Dr. Sherwani plans to talk about what the future holds for semiconductors and computer architecture, with particular reference to Moore’s Law. Secondly, he plans to talk about current trends in the industry and his contribution to the RISC-V revolution. Lastly, he plans to talk about career development in general, with examples from his own life such as switching from academia to working in a large semiconductor company and finally to entrepreneurship.
The ‘Great Acceleration’ of the Anthropocene has laid bare the extraordinary destruction and radical ruinations that the world has witnessed in the modern age. The monumental losses and ruinations of this age go well beyond the biosphere that is the very ground of all life on our planet. They now manifestly encompass the ruination of polities, economies, ethics, religions, and traditions.
Electric vehicles are the next major disruption in transportation sector. Many analysts are predicting EV pricing to be at par with fossil fuel vehicles by 2025 or earlier. In this two-part talk, we will first explore the motivation, background, and benefits of EVs in Pakistan and second will look at how an EV industry can be developed in the country. Drawing on lessons from their own experience in the field, our speakers will explore the critical ingredients of setting up EV value chain in the country and which pitfalls to avoid in this process.
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