Do you ever think about how artificial intelligence (AI) could affect your work or life in general? What exactly is AI and how is it formed? Answers to these and other questions will be available in free online studies on artificial intelligence - the course presentation and discussion will take place on May 6. A study by Accenture in collaboration with SKDS on society's attitudes towards technology, including what people want from technology on a daily basis, will also be presented.
In the presentation will participate president of the Republic of Latvia Egils Levits, rector of Riga Technical University Leonīds Ribickis, IT Education Foundation, CEO Evija Celma, Accenture Nordic AI lead Maksims Naumovs and Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology RTU Agris Nikitenko
In discussion "How can humans and AI work together to create a better future?" will particitate
IT Education Foundation, CEO Evija Celma, Assistant Professor at Riga Technical University Inese Poļaka, Finnish company’s Reaktor MI specialist Joni Suorsa and Accenture Nordic AI lead Maksims Naumovs.
Free online course https://www.elementsofai.com/ is created by Reaktor and the University of Helsinki. Official partners in Latvia are IT Education foundation - Start(IT) and Riga Technical University. The course has been funded by the Government of Finland as a part of Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union of 2019 and language translation has been provided by the European Commission.