Building upon excellence
The field of artificial intelligence is already firmly established on the Prague academic scene. The Czech Technical University and Charles University both offer first-class AI education, enabling their graduates to rank among the world’s best in sub-fields such as computer vision, robotics, or natural language processing.
Articles authored by researchers at these universities have been published in prestigious scientific journals, and their breakthrough findings improve the functionality of Google Translate, Spotify, or Amazon Alexa. Even the Falcon 9 Rocket by SpaceX is learning to land with the help of Czech experts on artificial intelligence.
Access to such industry leaders provides students with the opportunity to participate in research projects alongside trailblazing companies or to take part in prestigious international competitions. In conjunction with quality teaching, such experience enables them to develop a promising career in industry and research, at home or abroad.
Educating future generations
Thanks to the excellent academic environment in Prague, dozens of successful companies have sprung up here and their AI-powered products and services are celebrated around the world. In addition, several industry giants such as Cisco, H2O.ai, and Honeywell have established their research departments here.
To develop this potential further, we have initiated the implementation of an AI curriculum in secondary schools with the help of leading experts and the City of Prague. We have also created the unique prg.ai Minor programme for CTU and CU students interested in artificial intelligence.
To promote interdisciplinarity, which we recognise as increasingly important in the context of AI, we organise lectures and meetups for students across sciences, arts, and humanities. We also emphasize it in the content on our Journal or in the shows we produce with the Red Button EDU initiative.
Pooling the best
of AI education
In the winter semester of 2019, we launched prg.ai Minor: its uniquely structured syllabus enables carefully selected students at participating faculties to explore artificial intelligence from technical, security-focused, and ethical perspectives.
The course covers key subjects in machine learning and AI, which are taught at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Information Technology at the CTU, as well as at the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University.
Above all, the program helps students from various fields become part of an active community of young people interested in AI, contribute to the formation of the Prague innovation ecosystem, and get acquainted with its current leaders.
Join the Prague AI scene
Are you a student who wants to explore the world of artificial intelligence? Would you like to meet talented peers, find your place within academic research, land a coveted tech-industry job, or find an investor for your passion project? We work to facilitate the local AI community and will be delighted to welcome you into it.
Interviews, articles, resources
Digitisation: Will Czechia ensure its future growth?
As the country searches for ways to accelerate growth, digitisation presents a significant opportunity. But to effectively navigate the digital transformation ahead, Czechia must act without hesitation, writes David Randl from McKinsey Prague.
Fun AI experiments you can try in your browser
Would you bet on yourself to outsing Freddie Mercury? Are you wondering when you’ll finally get the chance to teach an algorithm to judge whether a song is metal enough for you? With these AI experiments, you may get to do just that — and much more.
To Jupiter and beyond: AI is transforming space exploration
Artificial intelligence can be a vital resource helping humanity explore the final frontier, be it scientifically, theoretically, or even physically. Learn how it powers state-of-the-art telescopes, aids mission planning, and improves satellites.
Christoph Kirsch: Most people don’t understand technology. That is frightening
He fell for computer science before it was cool, chasing it across Europe and Silicon Valley. In 2020, he joined the Faculty of Information Technology at the CTU in Prague. Meet professor Christoph Kirsch, who is keen to teach programming the right way.
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