KL University hosts India-France meeting on role of AI, ML in neuroscience

The 3-day meeting of KL Deemed to be University, Paris Brain Institute and Sorbonne University, aims to promote knowledge exchange between Indian and French experts.

The meeting was sponsored by DST-CEFIPRA. (Image: Press Release)The meeting was sponsored by DST-CEFIPRA. (Image: Press Release)

Divyansh | February 27, 2024 | 01:28 PM IST

NEW DELHI: KL Deemed to be University, in collaboration with Paris Brain Institute and Sorbonne University, France, organised a three-day joint meeting on artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL). The representatives in the meeting will discuss the applications of these technologies in neuroscience and related disorders.

The meeting was sponsored by DST-CEFIPRA and held from February 19 to 21. The meeting aimed at promoting collaboration and knowledge exchange between Indian and French experts in the field. It also emphasised on the need for a holistic approach, combining traditional methods with AI and ML, to address mental health challenges effectively.

The meeting commenced with an introduction by Daniel Racoceanu, group leader, Paris Brain Institute, Sorbonne University, France, and a brief speech by Alexandre Escargueil, head of biomedical research, Sorbonne University, France. Jagannatha Rao, pro-chancellor of KL Deemed to be University, welcomed the esteemed guests, and K Satyanarayana, president of the university, delivered the inaugural speech.

Discussion on brain diseases

The first day of the meeting included sessions on understanding brain diseases through biomarkers and a round-table discussion on biomarkers for better understanding brain disorders. Notable panel members included B Vengamma, vice-chancellor of Sri Devaraj Urs Academy of Higher Education and Research, JKR Sastry from KL Deemed to be University, and Alex Rebello from AIIMS.

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On the second day, Jean-Marie BONNY from INRNAE, Clermont, France; Govindaraju from JNCASR, Bangalore; and K Srinivas Prasad from BITS, Hyderabad, addressed challenges in brain disorders. This was followed by a round-table discussion on future challenges in brain disorders. The meeting covered topics such as therapeutics, deep brain stimulation, and explainable AI in brain disorders.

The event concluded with a discussion on the future of Indo-French research and the concrete means of collaboration to establish an International Centre for AI in Medicine. The meeting saw active participation from researchers, clinicians, academicians, faculty, staff, and students, contributing to a vibrant exchange of ideas and knowledge in the fields of neuroscience and artificial intelligence.

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