Webinar series for US companies to discuss how they can benefit from the Finnish ecosystemic knowhow and offering
Date: Wednesday Sep 16, 2020 12 noon ET
Finland is already doing what's next; Creating a people-oriented, proactive society with AI, educating all citizens about how AI affects their lives, running chemical processes with AI, building autonomous ships, moderating the internet with AI, using AI in clinical healthcare, and creating new innovations from health data with AI.
In 2017, Finland was among the first countries to launch an Artificial Intelligence Program. The objective of the 2-year program was to make Finland a leader in the application of artificial intelligence, penetrating through the entire society making Finland AI ready. This is achieved by attracting talent and educating the general population to become citizens well informed and independent.
In this webinar we will hear the outcome of the Program, and what has happened since it ended. Come and hear about lessons learned, how this Nordic country incorporates AI into everyday work of public and private citizens.
All of Invest in Finland services including these webinars are free of charge.
Date: Wednesday Sep 23, 2020 12 noon ET
There are over 400 AI startups in Finland, with 50 new ones emerging each year. Research areas include eliminating shortcomings of current AI technology, creating language independent NLP capabilities, studying new industrial platform economy models, optimizing operations between humans and machines, and applying AI to new domains.
Startup Genome has identified the Helsinki area as one of the most significant AI ecosystems in Europe, along with London and Berlin.
The Business Finland AI program is a 200 million euro government initiative offering companies funding to research and develop new AI solutions. This webinar introduces the program, and discusses solutions created and offered by three businesses: learning design company Claned, content moderator Utopia Analytics, and Saidot, a platform for companies and governments to provide transparent, explainable AI algorithms.
Date: Wednesday Oct 7, 2020 12 noon ET
If the news media wants to affect the way our reality is presented to us in the future, we need to develop new journalistic methods and forms. What could this mean concretely?
Jarno M. Koponen leads teams and builds products that combine media content, artificial intelligence and user experience design. Over the last 10 years he has focused on creating innovative personalized media experiences such as an award-winning edugame Troll Factory, an AI-powered smart news assistant Voitto and a pioneering predictive discovery engine Random/Futureful.
His work has been covered by The New York Times, Fast Company, Vice, Oxford Reuters Institute, NPR, Ars Technica and MIT Technology Review among others. He has written renowned articles about media, artificial intelligence and product design on VentureBeat and TechCrunch.
Join us in this fascinating discussion on the role of media and technology in current age democracies. All of Invest in Finland services including these webinars are free of charge.
North American and international companies and scientific institutes running research and development in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing. Educators, public policy shapers and influencers interested in the Nordic model of integrating technological solution seamlessly into society’s existing system frameworks.
Business Finland is the Finnish government organization for innovation funding and trade, travel and investment promotion. Business Finland’s 600 experts work in 40 offices globally and in 16 regional offices around Finland.
Invest in Finland is part of Business Finland. Our USA team serves American companies and research partners in making most of what Finland’s technology ecosystems have to offer.
Discover business opportunities in AI solutions and how you can take your business to the next level.
Business Finland is the Finnish government organization for innovation funding and trade, travel and investment promotion. Business Finland’s 600 experts work in 40 offices globally and in 16 regional offices around Finland. Invest in Finland is part of Business Finland. Our USA team serves American companies and research partners in making most of what Finland’s technology ecosystems have to offer.