The kick-off for the course was held at an event organised today, 18 September.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to provide solutions to a range of societal challenges, which is why its utilisation is an important focus area for the EU. Staff training is part of promoting the bloc’s AI strategy.
In Finland, a number of government ministries, the Tax Administration and more than 250 other organisations and companies have offered the course to their staff.
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Reaktor: Ville Sinisalo, email@example.com, +358 40 762 2019
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