International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has published the digital innovation profile for Georgia, a document analysing digital innovation ecosystem in Georgia, focusing on the opportunities and challenges in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). The document had been prepared with the collaboration of IRCAI experts.
Educators and professionals from across Europe and Asia gathered in the picturesque city of Ljubljana, Slovenia, from November 12-15, 2023, for the 16th ASEF Classroom Network Conference. Hosted by the International Research Centre on AI under the Auspices of UNESCO (IRCAI) and supported by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, this annual event was a success: it brought teachers together, facilitated the creation of new partnerships, answered some questions about AI in education and uncovered many new and important ones.
IRCAI under the auspices of UNESCO publicly releases the original design file for UNESCO Recommendation brochure
The UNESCO Commissions of Germany, the Netherlands and Slovenia with the support of IRCAI have jointly published a brochure on the UNESCO recommendation in Ethics of AI, which is available in English and German.
IRCAI and AWS Launch Compute For Climate Fellowship to Fund New Tech Solutions Addressing the Climate Crisis
The program will select and fully fund proof of concepts for new ideas leveraging advanced computing in the cloud, including generative AI and complex systems modeling and simulation, to help solve some of the biggest challenges in the fight against climate change.
Iris.ai consists of an AI-based platform for research document processing. With 6000 new papers being published everyday, the team departs from the thought that “staying on top of and connecting all of this knowledge is impossible.