During this CONNECT University session taking place on 18 September from 10:00 until 12:00 the participants will have the opportunity to discover “Elements of AI”, a course developed by Reaktor together with the University of Helsinki in order to teach the basics of Artificial Intelligence to citizens and EU staff from a wide range of backgrounds. Basic understanding of Artificial Intelligence is extremely valuable in any profession. It is time to demystify AI!
Nowadays Artificial Intelligence represents an essential technology and an area of high strategic importance that generates tremendous benefits, bringing solutions to numerous societal challenges. The recent innovations have huge disruptive potential. Society needs to be prepared to harness the power of AI, and understand its impact on the economy and society. In the digital era, learning the way AI works and its implications for our lives has become fundamental.
Are you wondering how AI might affect your job or your life? Do you want to understand how AI will develop and affect us in the coming years? The aim of the course “Elements of AI” is to help everyone to be empowered, and not threatened by Artificial Intelligence.
Join the session and learn more about the great opportunity of enrolling in this free online course that will provide you a holistic view on Artificial Intelligence.
The participation in this CONNECT University session is open to all staff working at EU Institutions and Bodies. External stakeholders and citizens may attend by invitation only (the number of available places for non-EU staff are very limited). The session will be webstreamed and recorded and everyone can follow it. For more details please contact CONNECT University.
CONNECT University is an initiative of the European Commission’s Directorate General on Communication Networks, Content and Technologies (DG CONNECT) which aims to inform about the latest digital trends and challenges which are highly linked with EU's relevant policies and serve as a platform for sharing knowledge through thematic sessions and workshops. It's main target audience is EU's Institutions staff, but very often the sessions are also open to the public via web-streaming or recorded videos.