KeyNOTE Speakers

Director of Computer Science and Information Technology 

Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore, India

Chairman IEEE Computer Society, Madhya Pradesh Section.

Founder Director Microsoft Innovation Centre, SAIT-Lab, Indore

Short Bio- Dr. Durgesh Kumar Mishra has received M.Tech. degree in Computer Science from DAVV, Indore in 1994 and a Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering in 2008. Presently, he has been working as a Director and Professor SCSIT, Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore. He was the founder Director of Microsoft Innovation Centre at SAIT, Indore, India. He is associated with Namibia University of Science and Technology as the Program Advisory Committee for Doctor of Philosophy Computer Science (NQF level 10).  Ex-visiting faculty at IIT-Indore. He has 30 years of teaching and 15 years of research experience with a good number of citations with h-index and i-index. He has four patents granted and twelve published jointly with Ph.D. students and more than 100 papers in refereed journals and conferences in his research field. His Ph.D. is in Secure Multi-Party Computation for Preserving Privacy. He has organized a number of IEEE, ACM, and Springer conferences in the capacity of conference General Chair and editor of conference proceedings. He is a Sr Member of IEEE, ACM, and CSI and held many positions like Chairman, IEEE MP-Subsection (2011-2012), and Chairman IEEE Computer Society Bombay Chapter (2009-2010).  Chairman CSI Division IV Communication at National Level (2014-2018).  National Treasurer Computer Society of India (2019-2021). At Present he is the Chairman IEEE Madhya Pradesh Section and Chairman of ACM Indore Chapter. Dr. Mishra visited and delivered his invited talk in Taiwan, Bangladesh, Singapore, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, the USA, UK, and France. He has authored two books on “Database Management Systems” and “Programming in C and C++”. He edited 12 international books of Springer publications in his domain of Computer Science. He has been a consultant to industries and government organizations like the sales tax and labor department of the government of Madhya Pradesh, India. He has been awarded the “Paper Presenter award at International Level” by the Computer Society of India. He visited MIT Boston and presented his presentation on Security and Privacy he has also Chaired a panel on “Digital Monozukuri” at “Norbert Winner in 21st century” at BOSTON. He became a Member of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), Govt of India for the Information Security domain. Recently, Microsoft invited him for his felicitation and to deliver his Innovation at Xi’an China. He has the recipient of many awards from the largest professional society CSI. Recently VDGOOD Society India, Awarded him as International Scientist Award for Engineering, Science, and Medicine.

Title:  Machine Learning Made Easy: A Case Study on Computer Vision in AWS 

Abstract:  Today, Smartphones have quality high resolution cameras, and taking a photo or video and sharing it has never been easier, resulting in the incredible growth of modern social networks like Facebook and Instagram. YouTube might be the second largest search engine and hundreds of hours of video are uploaded every minute and billions of videos are watched every day. The internet is comprised of text and images. It is relatively straightforward to index and search text, but in order to index and search images, algorithms need to know what the images contain. To get the most out of image and video data, we need computers to “see” an image and understand the content. In this talk, we introduce Computer vision with a brief about some machine learning processes. Then, we will discuss “Amazon Rekognition” for images and video of AWS and the algorithms for searchable image and video libraries. We also discuss some cases of Image moderation and sentiment analysis.