Finland To Provide Free Artificial Intelligence Training Worldwide
Artificial intelligence, one of the most interesting areas of recent years, feared by the masses, opens up to the world with the generous initiative of Finland. Elements of AI, the first artificial Finnish language course, will be translated into European languages to make it accessible to the world.
Artificial intelligence is one of the most debated scientific issues in the world, especially in the last few years. Some think that developing artificial intelligence technology will provide great convenience to humanity, while others think that artificial intelligence will reduce manpower; thus, it argues that there will be some imbalances in the world. But apparently this is not the case at least for now.
Taking an important step towards making progress in this important field, Finland presented an online accelerated artificial intelligence course to its citizens last year. Finland, which offers basic knowledge of artificial intelligence to the concerned Finns free of charge, is preparing to open the course to the whole world this year.
Course will be translated into European languages
The cold Northern country, which will present the information to the citizens of the world as a Christmas gift, will actually translate it into the languages of the EU member states. The country, which will hand over the EU presidency at the end of the year, will thus leave a useful gift for EU citizens. However, the course will be available from anywhere in the world, even if it has not been translated into other countries.
The accelerated artificial intelligence course proved itself to be used with interest by tens of thousands of people in its 5.5 million population. Elements of AI is currently available in Estonian, English, German, Swedish and of course Finnish.
The content of the course is very rich and understandable
There are no other sites on the Internet that provide you with the basics of artificial intelligence, but Elements of AI seems to deserve more attention with its extensive and rich content. With its stylish design and short tests presented after each section, the course offers a wide range of topics on artificial intelligence, offering users a wide range of information, from philosophical applications to technical issues such as ‘Bayesian probability’. The estimated time required to complete the course is 6 weeks, with each course lasting from 5 to 10 hours.
At first Finland offered the course only to give advantage to its citizens in the field of artificial intelligence, which is truly appreciated and promising. Megan Schaible, who was involved in the preparation of the course, said in a statement on the subject that the aim of the project was not to leave artificial intelligence to only a few outstanding code writers.