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prg.ai newsletter #29: Successes of the Prague AI scene in 2022
What were the highlights that our local AI ecosystem encountered over the last twelve months? As we welcome the new year and await the exciting challenges it has to bring, let’s take some time to reflect on the successes we accomplished in 2022.
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.
prg.ai newsletter #28: A new generation takes on artificial intelligence research
This November, it’s a promising young AI professional everywhere you look! This latest issue of prg.ai newsletter highlights a whole host of awards, grants, and projects that focus on supporting a new generation of scientists and entrepreneurs. It also lists all the events you shouldn’t miss in your Christmas-shopping haste, and touches on recent controversies that animate the global AI industry.
prg.ai newsletter #27: Prague AI scene swarms with new opportunities
October's prg.ai newsletter is filled with upcoming AI-related events you don't want to miss! You can look forward to practical workshops, international conferences, guest talks, educational programmes and networking opportunities to brighten up your autumn.
prg.ai newsletter #26: Artificial intelligence knows no borders
And we’re back! After a two-month summer break, prg.ai newsletter is back in your inboxes, spanning even more news, opportunities and events than before. A double-load of local successes, AI-related insights, and reports from prg.ai’s endeavours is waiting for you below.
When AI recommends what to buy
As part of the prg.ai Minor, students meet top AI experts in lectures. One of them is Assoc. Pavel Kordík, who gave a lecture at the Faculty of Information Technology of CTU this March on the topic of the latest research and real-world applications of recommending systems.
prg.ai newsletter #25: A summer’s worth of robotics
Summer vacation time has arrived, and so did our regular rundown of local successes, exciting events, and interesting information sources when it comes to all things AI. A wide array of conferences, summer schools, and news releases is awaiting you in our June newsletter, promising a pleasant summer read.