Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: Learn the basics of AI and how you could use it to your advantage in career and business
Welcome to join this online event based on AI Center’s internationally popular 6-week course AI4nonAIs. This unique and SACC-exclusive, interactive online workshop will be led by Reza Moussavi, Director-General of AI Center, Sweden, and in the first part of the session we will be covering the following subjects:
- What is AI
- History and origin of AI
- Contemporary rise of AI
- AI vs Human
- AI vs Jobs
- Human-Centered AI
In the second part, a small assignment will be given with supervision and presentation, giving you an opportunity to try out what you have learnt.
- Understanding what is, and what is NOT AI, and why that matters
- How AI is helping and not hurting the industries and people
- Find out how, and where, you can learn more
When: Thursday 18 March 2021, 6.30 – 8.00 pm AEDT
Instructions on how to connect to the webinar will be sent out once registered. There is no cost attached to this webinar.
About AI Center
AI Center is a global certification body and network, based in Sweden. Their objective has three pillars: equality, safety, and security in the AI industry. They provide companies with guidelines, certified training programs, and certifications regarding equality, safety, and security in the AI industry. Working with experts from different organizations assures that AI Center’s standards are aligned with credible organizations such as the UN and EU.
Reza is an intelligence analyst and tech innovator who has been selected as the top 10 innovators of Europe at Innovact Award in 2011, France. He is a software engineer and Director-general of the AI Center in Sweden. He is a member of the European AI Alliance, and also an elected director of the Free Society Conference and Nordic Summit (FSCONS). Reza has been a business mentor for tech startups at Founder Institute, as well as an industrial mentor, thesis supervisor, and teacher assistant at the University of Gothenburg.