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Experts in the fields of science, theology, law, and ethics are coming together to discuss the various implications of scientific advances.

The.Ismaili is pleased to publish an interview with Dr El-Nasir Lalani, Founding Director and Professor of Stem Cell Biology and Translational Medicine at the Aga Khan University’s Centre for Regenerative Medicine. Professor Lalani discusses the implications of scientific breakthroughs in a rapidly changing world, and the potential of stem cell research to better treat diseases in the future.

Les membres des Boards AKEB, EPB et Youth & Sports Committee avec les intervenants

À l’initiative des Boards, Aga Khan Education Board, Economic and Planning Board et Youth & Sports Committee, une cinquantaine de personnes de tout âge ont eu l’opportunité d’apprendre sur 2 technologies émergentes clés de notre société numérique actuelle, à savoir l’intelligence artificielle et la blockchain, grâce à l’intervention de deux experts ismailis en technologie : Aiaze Mitha et Hamza Didaraly.

A keen audience intently listens to Ismaili technology experts at the Principal Jamatkhana in Paris.

Two emerging technologies we often hear about include Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Blockchain, which have the potential to revolutionise everyday life. Recently, the Aga Khan Education Board, Economic Planning Board, and Youth & Sports Committee of the Ismaili Council for France, invited members of the Jamat to learn about these key technologies from experts in the field.

Students, and volunteer artists paint the walls of the refectory of the Magnificat Centre.

Earlier this year, the secondary Bait-ul Ilm students of Antananarivo in Madagascar gave birth to a project entitled Green STEP, in collaboration with civil society organisations in the country, in order to better serve the physical and social environment around them.

Students, and volunteer artists paint the walls of the refectory of the Magnificat Centre.

Au cours de l’année, les élèves du secondaire du Bait-ul Ilm d'Antananarivo à Madagascar ont donné naissance à un projet intitulé Green STEP, en collaboration avec diverses organisations de la société civile, afin d’améliorer leur environnement physique et social.

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