This month we are going to try something slightly different. Join us at Hard Rock Cafe Helsinki February 26 at 5.30-8 PM for some relaxed but hard core AI conversation and problem solving! Tell us your questions, issues , reactions that the topics below awake by filling out the form and we’ll do our best […]
This month we are going to try something slightly different.
Join us at Hard Rock Cafe Helsinki February 26 at 5.30-8 PM for some relaxed but hard core AI conversation and problem solving!
Tell us your questions, issues , reactions that the topics below awake by filling out the form and we’ll do our best to get you answers and solutions with the help of our guest speakers on AIHelsinki Disruption Tuesday Feb 26th!
(Address to venue: Aleksanterinkatu 21, 00100 Helsinki)
Denis Vorotyntsev, Aalto University
Series Predictions for Electrical and Gas Consumption Tasks
Alexander Törnroth and Antti Poikola, Finland’s AI Accelerator
Why is AI so hard to deploy?
Data Scientist who is solving tasks in the steel manufacturing sector with a great love for Machine Learning and hackathons.
Alexander Törnroth and Antti Poikola
Part of the action team of The AI Accelerator program, that helps Finnish companies deploy artificial intelligence.The program is initiated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Technology Industries of Finland for a time period of 2 years.
What is AIHelsinki?
The AIHelsinki organisation hosts gatherings and events to spread the good AI word in Finland.
Helsinki, Finland is a seminal location for Artificial Intelligence (AI). For more than 40 years, Helsinki has delivered high-impact research and technologies for the field of AI. Now AI is maturing, often in the form of Deep Learning, for widespread use. The deeper people in business, academia, or government understand AI, the better we can put the technology to use.
AIHelsinki currently offers two distinct event types:
Come to hear and discuss what is hot in the field of AI. A public lecture series run by experienced AI researchers and technologists, we are working to raise the awareness of Helsinki's glorious past and shining future regarding all things AI! The sessions typically offer both focused technical information, and wider "what AI really changes for me" topics.
Registration-based technical study groups on AI: this is where you get the chops to work in AI. Topical reviews of cutting-edge, often only weeks-old, research. Group work on specific methods and algorithms. The works. What is more, Aalto University CS students can claim study credits for study group participation!
Helsinki is where AI is.