SI (DU) has invited Tanmay Bakshi, the child prodigy who became the world’s youngest coder at age 5 and now at age 14 is taking the world of Artificial Intelligence by storm.
Symbiosis School of Liberal Arts( SSLA) is coordinating his visit and the main event ,which
is scheduled from 3.00pm-5.00 pm at SVC Auditorium, Vimannagar Campus, is on 3rd January 2018. Tanmay will speak for around 30 mins after introductions /felicitations, followed by a conversation with him led by Prof. Khaliq Parker, followed by a Question and Answer session.
There will also be an exclusive interaction with him in the morning for students of SSLA pursuing courses like Computer Studies, Business Studies, Maths and Statistics. This is scheduled from 11.00 am -1.00 pm at SSLA.
Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks are technologies which are becoming the most talked about in the world today and so the interaction will be most interesting and informative for the students, faculty and guests.
Tanmay is also quite the inspiring speaker as you will see from his videos on You tube and thru the links provided below.
Tanmay likes to play Table Tennis. So, students will also have the opportunity of engaging with him in a match before he leaves the campus.
1: Tanmay Bakshi is 12 and Famous. Here’s Why You Should Know His Name
3: AM show New Zealand(The Smartest Guest We Have Ever Had on the Show, and he is only 13!)
4: TEDxCincinnati Talk, Ohio, US (Connecting the Disconnected)
5: Global TV British Columbia (Teen Tech Guru Tanmay Bakshi on bringing Coding to Kids)
6: NewsHub New Zealand (Coding Computer Whiz Kid Hopes to Inspire others)
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