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Cloud Reachers

Cloud Reachers podcast is hosted by Tomi Kauppinen and Miikka J. Lehtonen and tackles future learning with experts from different fields from the perspective of both teachers and learners.

Latest episodes

Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence, Design Thinking, Online Learning, Transdisciplinary Projects, Growth Mindset, Media Experiences - be sure to tune in for the Season 3 of Cloud Reachers podcast!

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Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence with Belen Prado (external link)

Cloud Reachers S03E04 where host Tomi is joined by Belen Prado on philosophy and artificial intelligence.

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Research about Design Thinking with Sabba Quidwai (external link)

Cloud Reachers S03E05 where Tomi is joined by Sabba N. Quidwai to talk about her research on design thinking in k12 education, traveling during the pandemic and how to master your mindset.

Previous seasons

Cloud Reachers Season 1 (external link)

Cloud Reachers podcast Season 1 about the Future of Learning.

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Hosts

The podcast is hosted by Tomi Kauppinen, project leader and docent at the School of Science, and Miikka J. Lehtonen, visiting assistant professor at the School of Business and the School of Arts, Design and Architecture.

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School of Business

At the School of Business we strive for better business and better society. We excel in education and research with a multidisciplinary approach and in collaboration with our partners.

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School of Arts, Design and Architecture

The School of Arts, Design and Architecture is one of the most prestigious universities in its fields. We educate our students to create imaginative, collaborative, compassionate and unconventional approaches to the most pressing challenges of today.

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Our five most read computer science stories of 2022

The past year has seen researchers at the Department of Computer Science explore new frontiers in several multidisciplinary subfields of the discipline. However, the dominant topic both in the media as well as in our most read stories has been artificial intelligence. See the top five below.
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Scientists use machine learning to gain unprecedented view of small molecules

A new tool to identify small molecules offers benefits for diagnostics, drug discovery and fundamental research.
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Season’s greetings 2022 from FCAI

The artificial intelligence and machine learning landscape is thriving, and after nearly three years of the pandemic, we are looking to the new year with big plans. Our field has a growing role to play, not just in contributing excellent science, but in boosting the economy, attracting talent to Europe and Finland and fostering trust and centering people in the development of new and disruptive technology. Generative art, deepfakes and sentience of large language models are in the news daily—our work is consequential and valuable as a counterweight, but we can do more to advocate and be more visible.
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The smallest robotic arm you can imagine is controlled by artificial intelligence

Deep reinforcement learning can build precise nanoscale shapes
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