Powered by Science — Artificial Intelligence Competition Strikes at BUE


For the second time the Faculty of Informatics and Computer Science hosts the Artificial Intelligence competition through its Logic and Artificial Intelligence Module taught in Second Year after Prep. 
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For the second time the Faculty of Informatics and Computer Science hosts the Artificial Intelligence competition through its Logic and Artificial Intelligence Module taught in Second Year after Prep. 

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This year one hundred students studying the module competed with each other to show their innovative skills at producing practical and industrial Artificial Intelligence applications.  The faculty held two rounds of competition, after the first round seven groups of total of fourteen students were qualified to compete in the semi-final. The finale was arranged and held during the visit of our British Partner, London South Bank University. The projects covered variety of areas in Artificial Intelligence such as; Genetic Solvers, Survival Agents in Video Games, Resource Scheduling using Genetic Algorithms, Multi-Agent Games, Intelligent Path Planning For Autonomous Cars, Controllers For Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Constraint Schedulers.

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The competition was organized by the module leader Prof. Samy Ghoniemy and his Teaching Assistant Mohamed El Sayed, and it has honored the attendee of Prof. Ahmed Hamad, University President, and Prof. Omar Karam, Dean of the Informatics & Computer Science faculty.

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The projects were evaluated by the faculty’s teaching team and the British Partner representatives. 

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The first place is granted to Kareem Salah, Abdelrahman Ahmad while the second is granted to Amr Morsy and Youssef El Nemr
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