Sharib Ali is the lecturer at School of Computing in the University of Leeds, UK. He has a PhD from France and spent time as a PostDoc in Germany as well as in Oxford before starting as the PI in Leeds. He is well-known for his research on AI for analyzing Endoscopic images.
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