The department of machine learning at Sino-Pak Center for Artificial Intelligence (SPCAI) focuses on the applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in different areas, including computer vision, deep learning, and neural networks, to present a unified treatment of machine learning problems and solutions. The machine learning-based solutions can lead to new products and services across different impact areas, including (but not limited to) high-level video analysis, natural language processing, traffic monitoring, safety management, video surveillance, medical imaging, and industrial vision. The department of machine learning has a mission to coordinate with other departments at SPCAI and the department of IT and Computer Science in artificial intelligence, safety and security, intelligent infrastructure, smart health and biosciences, and intelligent systems design.
The scientific vision of the machine learning department is to achieve excellent standards of quality research and education by using the latest tools, nurturing a collaborative culture, and disseminating customer-oriented innovations to relevant areas of academia and industry for serving the more significant cause of society. The department of machine learning focuses on playing an important role in various national and international research activities. The department offers MS (AI) program approved by the Higher Education Commission starting from the fall 2021 semester. In addition, the department promotes outreach and educational activities in deep learning and computer vision by organizing workshops, summer school, and short courses. The department of machine learning comprises computer vision and deep learning laboratories.
Faculty of Electrical, Computer, IT, and Design (FECID) is engaged in preparing and equipping students to harness the benefits of advanced technology into the service of human lives. Electrical component largely involves the use of computing systems and information technology. It acquires the required design from the possible set of information and latest technology to meet the critical demands of modern society. It helps our students and faculty to work and understand the complexity of modernization and gives them the insight to develop such technologies that can alleviate human suffering by simplifying complex systems. The FECID seeks to produce well-educated and well-equipped students with sound sets of practical skills to cope with emerging technological challenges through international collaboration in areas like electrical, computing, circuits, signals, microprocessors, digital design, and communications. This eventually enables generations to become capable professionals and successful leaders in the digital era.