The Department of Operations and Supply Chain Management, AIUB organized a classroom Seminar on “Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Action” on October 15, 2019 in Annex 3 of Permanent Campus from 11 am to 12:30 pm. The target audience of this classroom seminar was students of Managerial Forecasting of section A. The guest speaker of this seminar was Syed Shakil Ahmed, Chief Specialist, Business Intelligence, Grameenphone Ltd. The seminar was to enhance the student’s academic learning and make them understand the real-life examples of how Artificial Intelligence helps in forecasting. The speaker delivered an informative speech and shared his valuable expertise on this subject matter. In rapidly moving competition, organizations are using forecasting methods to ensure they have enough supply on hand to satisfy demand. Forecasting involves using several different methods of estimating to determine possible future outcomes for the business. The fields of Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM) and artificial intelligence (AI) converge in systems which assist in areas such as forecasting, and automation of processes and decision making, along with increased efficiency of tasks which would usually be performed by humans. The science behind these systems can be explained through neural networks and expert systems, computer programs that process input and provide valuable output for the organization. The seminar concluded with a vote of thanks and presenting a Certificate of Appreciation and gift to the keynote speaker by Dr. Nisar Ahmed, Director, MBA program. Moreover, the session was organized and coordinated by Dr. Tamanna Islam, Associate Professor, Department of OSCM and course teacher of Managerial Forecasting and Dr. Nisar Ahmed, Director, MBA Program along with the cooperation from Ms. Farheen Hassan, Director, BBA Program. The program ended with a lot of positive enthusiasm among the students. Other faculty members of the OSCM were also present in this seminar. The Department of OSCM humbly appreciates the openhanded support extended by the AIUB management.