The Conference on Future Machine Learning and Data Science, Sydney, 2024 (FMLDS-2024) will bring international and national experts in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Future Machine Learning Technologies and Data Science. The conference will be organised by Global Circle for Scientific, Technological and Management Research (GCSTMR) (as its 7th World Congress. GCSTMR endeavours to create a platform for young researchers to exchange ideas and share information with experts in their respective fields. GCSTMR fosters trans-national collaborations among its members and associates in research, training and professional activities. Multidisciplinary international conference series run by GCSTMR opens vast opportunities for researchers to interact on the global platform and leverage knowledge sharing in the digital arena.

The event will take place at Western Sydney University’s Penrith campus, well connected by rail and road to Sydney CBD. Prominent landmarks such as Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, along with the Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park, are easily accessible from the conference venue.

FMLDS-2024 will feature keynote addresses by world industry and academic leaders in Machine Learning and Data Engineering. It will cover a wide range of areas within Artificial Intelligence (AI), Computer Vision, Future Machine Learning Technologies, Pattern Recognition, Motion Tracking, Cyber Security, Bioinformatics, Internet of Things and Data Science research where leading researchers as well as new researchers and computer practitioners will be able to exchange their views and ideas. All the abstracts and full papers submitted to FMLDS-2024 will be refereed by two independent reviewers and if accepted will be published in the conference proceedings.

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    Nov 23


  • Nov 23 2024

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Global Circle for Scientific, Technological and Management Research
New South Wales Section