Artificial intelligence has potential to alleviate the damage by marshalling relief resources more efficiently and effectively. It can accelerate the delivery of aid and sharpen the decisions of relief workers on the front lines. This session will introduce Azure Cognitive Services from an emergency management point of view and will go through some interesting scenarios where AI could be used to save lives.
Ali Khaled Heikal is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Artificial Intelligence. He regularly speaks at public events, answers questions on forums, and blogs as a way of sharing the knowledge he has gained over time and giving back to the community where he can. He is passionate about technology generally, and interested in web, data, and artificial intelligence specifically. Ali graduated from the British University in Egypt with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Computer Science and Information Systems and ranked from the top in his specialization and was awarded a grade of distinction in his graduation project, which highlights his strong research and development background. He works as a Cloud Solution Architect and his prior experience includes working with/for world’s top reputable companies.
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