AI Finland & AI Day 2021: Reboot with AI
AI Day is the biggest annual event highlighting the frontrunner AI research in Finland.
Despite continuing problems in the wider labour market, the HIIT and FCAI postdoctoral calls and HICT doctoral student call remain popular with applicants.
HIIT recently introduced a new funding instrument for doctoral students in the process of finalizing their thesis.
A new brain model produces functional networks that correspond closely to those observed in Human Neuroscience data.
The primary purpose of visualization is to support insight. A crowdsourced study reveals interactions, their relation to insights, and the influence of personality traits on insight generation.
Most of the images shared by major health agencies (NHS, CDC, WHO, IFRC) relate to preventive measures, health advisories, gratitude and resilience of front-line workers.
Cities and transport are major contributors to CO2 emissions. FCAI’s recent webinar brought industry and academia together to discuss the need for new sustainable solutions, enabled by artificial intelligence.
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With the support of Saab, doctoral student Lassi Meronen is developing models for deep learning that can be used, for example, in radars and medical diagnosis..
The Aalto Wearable Systems Lab has been collaborating with Avatar’s Journey on the development of EVE: Virtual Touch Lab.
The need for cost-effective localization systems in industry that are capable of tolerating indoor challenges demand the development of more sophisticated algorithms.
The core functions in the Internet have traditionally been designed to support high throughput. However, an increasing number of Internet services such as Web or Web-based applications and most interactive applications are sensitive to network latency.
Helsinki University, Aalto University and VTT establish together InstituteQ, The Finnish Quantum Institute to coordinate quantum science and technologies.
An extensive international study has discovered features related to the origin and evolution of the Enterococcus faecalis bacterium which have enabled it to survive in spite of advances associated with antibiotics and infection control in hospitals.
An AI generates personally attractive images by reading brain data
Licence agreement concluded with the University of Helsinki
FAIR has been selected by the Finnish Ministry of Employment and Economy as one candidate for a European Digital Innovation Hub. The hubs will launch their activities in the second half of 2021.