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The Department of Computer Science at LUMS was founded in 1994, as an undergraduate programme with just two faculty members. Today, the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering programmes combined have nineteen faculty members, with doctorates from some of the best universities in the world. They conduct research in fundamental and applied areas of computer science and computer engineering, including computer architecture, computer vision, data mining, multimedia systems, network and wireless communications, software engineering and theory of computation. In 2008 the department became part of the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE).
On Monday 24th September 2019 Mr. Malik Amin Aslam, advisor to the prime minister on climate change delivered a talk on “Climate Change Challenges for Pakistan” at Lahore University of Management Sciences. The talk was aimed at introducing the audience with the threats, challenges and solutions for climatic changes taking place at national and international scale. Mr. Aslam briefed on how the climate changes are adversely affecting the economy and the environment in Pakistan. He outlined how the federal and municipal governments are acting to mitigate the effects of climate change.
Have you ever used filters on your Snapchat? Of course, you have! We love filters that can make us look older, younger, or just outright funny. However, a sinister extension to this technology, appropriately named ‘deepfake’, can recreate anyone’s voice and video with unprecedented accuracy and can be used to project fake identities of influential people to create anarchy, distrust and political polarisation. Bad, bad stuff!
But worry not---Team LUMS to the rescue! Dr. Ayesha Ali from the LUMS Economics Department and Dr. Ihsan Ayyub Qazi and Dr. Agha Ali Raza from Computer Science, have just won the prestigious Facebook Research Award that puts us in the right spot to develop and test our in-house deepfake-busting technology.Complete Story