Navigating the Future of AI and Robotics in Malaysia

If you're excited about the future of technology and its potential to transform lives, you would have enjoyed the AI Robotics Forum held on July 29th, 2023, at our very own Menara BAC. This remarkable gathering of experts, scholars, industry leaders, and technology enthusiasts, saw participants delve into the transformative potential of artificial intelligence and robotics.

The AI Robotics Forum provided a dynamic platform for thought-provoking discussions, shedding light on the pivotal role of AI and robotics in Malaysia's journey towards a technology-driven future. Through engaging keynote speeches and interactive panel discussions, the event explored the latest advancements, potential applications, and challenges in harnessing intelligent machines for the benefit of society.

The distinguished speakers at the event, including:

  • Dr. Jeffrey Tan Too Chuan (Director of Asia Ai Robotics Education Research Sdn. Bhd.),
  • Prof. Ts. Dr. Salwani (Vice-Chancellor, UNIMY),
  • Dr. Ishkandar Bahrin (President of Malaysia Robotics & Automation Society – MyRAS),
  • Mr. Harvin Raj (Robotics & Automation Engineer, Texas), and
  • Mr. Thillai Raj (Chief Technology Officer BAC Education)

brought their expertise and unique insights to the table, enriching the discussions and leaving attendees with invaluable perspectives on AI robotics' profound impact.

Among the notable guests supporting the forum were:

  • Mr. Anton Toschakov (Digital Attache, the Trade Representation of the Russian Federation in Malaysia),
  • Mr. Derrec Chan (CEO, Asia Ai Robotics Education Research Sdn. Bhd),
  • Mr. Ahmad Khamil (CEO, NetGeometry Sdn. Bhd.),
  • Mr. Mirza Vejzagic (Malaysia – Bosnia Chambers of Commerce),

and many more, all playing a crucial role in driving Malaysia towards a future powered by innovation.

Revolutionizing Industries:

Imagine a world where factories run with unrivalled efficiency and productivity, thanks to the seamless integration of AI-powered machines. Our renowned experts shed light on how AI robotics is rapidly reshaping Malaysia's manufacturing and automation sectors – helping this vision become a reality and pave the way for a new era of industrial excellence.

Empowering Education:

Imagine personalized and interactive learning experiences that cater to individual needs, nurturing young minds with tailored knowledge and sparking curiosity like never before. Educators and technologists at the forum discussed how these intelligent machines are transforming the education landscape.

Groundbreaking Research:

The forum also proudly showcased groundbreaking AI robotics projects spearheaded by local researchers, positioning Malaysia as a prominent player in cutting-edge technology development. These pioneering projects offered a glimpse into the boundless possibilities that lie ahead and highlight the nation's commitment to being at the forefront of innovation.

Ethical Innovation:

Amidst the excitement of technological advancements, the forum also emphasized the ethical considerations in the development and deployment of AI-powered robots. Responsible innovation took centre stage, reminding us all that with great power comes great responsibility. It was a necessary and essential discussion that will undoubtedly shape the future of AI robotics in a conscious and considerate manner.

Mr Raja Singham (Managing Director of the BAC Education Group) expressed his gratitude to all participants, it was evident that the success of the AI Robotics Forum was a result of collective passion and dedication to embracing the technological advancements that lie ahead.

The journey does not end here. As a member of the BAC Education Group, UNIMY is committed to building on this momentum and fostering a thriving AI robotics ecosystem in Malaysia.

So, let's join hands and embrace the future, powered by AI and robotics, as we take bold steps towards creating a brighter tomorrow for Malaysia. Together, we can shape a world where the unimaginable becomes a reality, and where the potential of AI and robotics knows no bounds.

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