In a testament to their intellectual prowess, students from AzMI actively participated in the International Scientific and Theoretical Conference titled “Artificial Intelligence in Education: Status, Problems, Prospects,” organized by the Almaty Humanitarian and Economic University in Kazakhstan. The conference provided a comprehensive platform for students to explore and discuss the current state, challenges, and future prospects of integrating artificial intelligence into the realm of education.
The AzMI students left an indelible mark at the conference, with their insightful reports earning them top honors. Changaiz Tayab, a fifth-year student, secured the first-place position, showcasing a deep understanding of the intersection between artificial intelligence and education. The second-place recognition went to Malaika Khan and Armeen Imran, both first-year students, whose reports demonstrated a keen insight into the challenges and potential solutions within this dynamic field. Rana Ali Raza Khan, another first-year student, received the third-place diploma, further highlighting the breadth of talent and dedication among AzMI students. These accolades not only underscore the institution’s commitment to fostering cutting-edge research but also showcase the student’s ability to contribute meaningfully to the discourse surrounding artificial intelligence in education.