Join the front-runner research in artificial intelligence – come to the FCAI flagship community event

Have you ever wondered how to harness the power of artificial intelligence to benefit your own research? Do you wish to collaborate and create something new and exciting with top AI researchers? Do you want to know more about the flagship program of Academy of Finland?
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The Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI is organizing a community event on 21 October 2019 to share what we do and to welcome new researchers from Aalto University, University of Helsinki, and VTT to join the FCAI community.

FCAI is both a research organization with a sharp research and impact agenda and an open ecosystem of researchers, companies, and public organizations gathered around a common goal. FCAI is creating a new type of artificial intelligence that can operate with humans in the real world – and that can help Finnish industry and society to realize its full AI potential. FCAI is an Academy of Finland flagship, which is a status only granted to a very few centers of excellence of high quality and high societal impact.

We’re inviting researchers from different fields interested in advancing these goals to contribute to FCAI’s research programs. Join the 21 October community event to hear more!

Save the date to your calendar now – more information for signing up to the event, venue, and a full program will be published after the holiday season.

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