Unravel the intricacies btw AI and Humanities with Manorama Horizon's new course

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Manorama Horizon, in association with the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Kottayam, has introduced a programme titled 'AI and Humanities: Possibilities and Challenges' delving into the intricate relationship between artificial intelligence (AI) and the realm of humanities.

The primary objective of this programme is to unravel the multifaceted impact of AI, specifically highlighting the pivotal role played by scholars in the humanities. The course endeavours to not only comprehend but also mould the ethical and societal dimensions governing AI.

At its core, this educational initiative advocates for a human-centric approach to the development of AI. Recognising the imperative need to bridge the existing gap between the technological advancements in AI and the humanistic understanding embedded in the humanities, the course aims to synchronise these domains for harmonious coexistence. The classes will commence on January 27th.

Participants enrolled in this programme will be guided through an analysis of the limitations inherent in algorithms, fostering a deeper comprehension of the implications these limitations pose in real-world scenarios. The classes will be led by DR Gayathri GR, assistant professor of English in the Department of Computational Science and Humanities, IIIT Kottayam.

Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be awarded an e-certificate, validating their proficiency and dedication to this critical area of study. Furthermore, class recordings will be accessible for an additional six months through Manorama Horizon, providing an extended resource for revisiting key concepts and discussions.

For further details, visit Manorama Horizon's website or call 9048991111.

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