CAIR-Nepal: Center for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research Nepal
Shaping the Future with AI: Research, Education, and Community Impact.
CAIR-Nepal conducts research in all facets of AI and computer science, in general. However, the following are the major research foci of CAIR-Nepal. For more information on CAIR-Nepal's research, visit the Research Areas page.
The objective of responsible AI is to conduct research that focuses on the design of fair AI algorithms or systems to mitigate issues such as AI (or algorithmic) bias.
Human-centered AI research focuses on designing AI with human-centricity, teaming AI with humans as opposed to AI alone.
Applied AI research looks at how AI can be used to solve problems in the real world, such as in manufacturing and climate change.
The goal of digital healthcare research is to explore the application of AI in healthcare such as predictive biomarkers.
“Feelings of worth can flourish only in an atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open, and rules are flexible – the kind of atmosphere that is found in a nurturing family.” – Virginia Satir
CAIR-Nepal adopts the diversity values of the multilingual, multi-ethnic, and multi-cultural Nepalese society, whose core value is unity in diversity [सयौं थुँगा फूलका हामी, एउटै माला नेपाली...]. Therefore, CAIR-Nepal staunchly upholds these culturally rooted principles of diversity and inclusion. CAIR-Nepal is a firm believer that individuals from various walks of life, cultures, and backgrounds bring a unique perspective, and that is necessary for innovation. CAIR-Nepal is also firmly committed to the right to fair treatment and equal opportunity, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, or opinion held. Furthermore, CAIR-Nepal is committed to providing opportunities to the underrepresented and protecting the vulnerable.
The following is a list of organizations that CAIR-Nepal works with to collaborate on research, education, and practical applications. On the Collaborators page, you can find more information about each collaborator.
People at CAIR-Nepal! Visit the Team page to discover more about the CAIR-Nepal team members.
Dr. Tek Raj Chhetri is a computer science researcher and the founder of CAIR-Nepal.
Dr. Maheshwor Thapa is a postdoctoral researcher at Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Connecticut, United States of America. His research focuses on the development of key scientific techniques utilizing liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) to examine how metabolites and lipids contribute to tumor phenotypes.
Prakash Neupane is a Research Scholar in the School of Computing and Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi.
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