into a significant
European AI hub
We support talent and business, strengthen the relations between research and application, promote the local ecosystem abroad, and enlighten the public on the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence.
As a non-profit initiative, we strive for a prosperous innovation environment, thereby contributing to Czech economic and social development.
We co-organize the biggest AI event of the year, crowned by an industry awards ceremony. AI Days will allow you to experience AI through all your senses.
We're connecting businesses that are really serious about AI. Our growing membership base includes 12 industry members and 4 partner companies.
We are a national partner of the world's leading online course Elements of AI and from 2021 we are administering its Czech version.
We coordinate the unique inter-university program prg.ai Minor, which blends the best of the four faculties of CTU and Charles University.
We are the heart of the Prague AI ecosystem
VCs and accelerators
communities and events
Interviews, articles, resources
Unique Inter-university AI Program Has 18 New Graduates
- Press Release - On October 5, Prague's Mayor's Residence was the venue with the largest concentration of AI talent. 18 students formally received the prestigious prg.ai Minor certificate during Thursday evening's ceremony. This unique inter-university program brings together the best of AI curricula that CTU and Charles University have to offer. The ceremony was attended by the leaders of the City of Prague and all participating faculties.
Interview: Valeo advances self-driving vehicle development in Czechia
A self-driving car is a big computer on wheels that has to process a number of tasks every second. That's why it takes years to develop a new system and put it into practice. Everything must work flawlessly and reliably. We talked to David Hurych and Jakub Černý of Valeo, experts in the application of artificial intelligence systems to self-driving units, about the development and future of the automotive industry.
Models within a model: in-context learning pushes boundaries of LLM
Large language models, better known by the acronym LLM, have recently been at the forefront of the AI community's mind. A chatbot capable of communicating convincingly, precisely, and surprisingly "human-like" with a human has considerable potential. LLMs are not a novelty. We are just finding new and new uses as their capabilities improve. That is, quite dramatically in recent months.
AI is attracting companies, prg.ai intends to meet demand with new partnership concept
- press release - The artificial intelligence platform prg.ai is opening up to companies outside the industry. The consulting company EY, the law firm KROUPAHELÁN and the pharmaceutical manufacturer Zentiva became partners of prg.ai in early 2023. What unites these at-first-glance different partners is that even if they don't have a business built around AI, they are best suited to be leaders in their industries in its adoption and use.
prg.ai meetup: The future of game theory according to Michael Bowling
During prg.ai meetup, Michael Bowling – professor of informatics and computer science at the University of Alberta – held a guest lecture in Prague. Over 180 members of the local innovation ecosystem took up the opportunity to engage with professor Bowling's insights into Hindsight Rationality, among them local entrepreneurs, academics, research professionals, and students.
Typical Prague AI firm is young, self-sufficient, and export oriented, shows our new comprehensive study
130 companies, 11 interviews, 9 business topics. Explore all that and more in the unique study authored by prg.ai, which contains an overview of last year's most notable events on the local AI scene or articles on the future of AI or gender equality in research.