Islamic Science Talk Series (ISTS): Malaysia’s Readiness in Adopting Artificial Intelligence: An Analysis from the Islamic Perspective

23 June 2022 (Thursday)
10:00am - 11:30am (Malaysian Standard Time GMT +8)
 

updated poster 23JUN2022 

BACKGROUND

The COVID-19 crisis has taught global business leaders several important lessons about mass digital transformation. In this regard, data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) are two critical areas that can assist businesses in streamlining their business processes, developing new business models, and developing new products and services. AI has the potential to significantly reduce the time required to complete complex tasks due to its continuous 24/7 operation at little additional cost. It can also help to reduce human error, perform predictive maintenance, and improve decision-making.

As a result, almost all companies and enterprises have expressed a desire to adopt AI as a "mainstream technology" as soon as possible. However, questions remain about whether Malaysian businesses are ready to adopt AI, based on their current knowledge, talent, facility, and costs. There is also the question of what values it will bring to society, and whether any value will be added or not.

To find answers to these questions, IAIS Malaysia is bringing two experts in their respective fields: Professor Dr. Mohamad Fauzan bin Noordin (Kuliyyah of Information and Communication Technology, International Islamic University Malaysia, IIUM), a recipient of the 2021 Cybersafe Professional of The Year (Malaysia Cyber Security Awards), and Associate Professor Ts. Dr. Khairur Rijal bin Jamaludin (Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics). Both experts will present their perspectives and findings at our upcoming seminar, "Malaysia's Readiness to Adopt Artificial Intelligence: An Analysis from an Islamic Perspective."

PowerPoint Presentations (in PDF format)

 

Watch the recording of this event at >> IAIS Malaysia's FB Page

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia.

Jalan Ilmu, Off Jalan Universiti 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: +603-7956 9188
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