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  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #59

    Science breakthroughs, new educational initiatives, and valuable career advice for cutting-edge fields: as always, the past two weeks have been rich in updates from the science world. Read it all in our regular digest.


  • T-Bank’s Vice President for Business Technologies Speaks AI Assistants and Gives Career Advice to ITMO Students

    Konstantin Markelov’s team is introducing innovative technologies at T-Bank (formerly Tinkoff), one of which is a “universe” of personal AI assistants in finance, investments, travel, and other fields. After conducting several thousands of interviews, he knows exactly what students and grads should pay attention to when starting their careers. Recently, Konstantin Markelov gave a talk at ITMO University where he spoke about AI assistants, explained what gnomes have to do with that, and shared his tips on how to enjoy what you do.


  • AI Diagnostics and Virus Hunting: Projects of Young Genetic Scientists at ITMO University

    ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School (AES) summed up the results of Bioinformatics Bootcamp. Participants of the event explored modern data analysis methods and worked on bioinformatics projects, including studying animal genomes, searching for new types of bacteria, and building machine learning models. The hackathon drew over 100 people from all over Russia. Here are the highlights.


  • Open-Source AI by ITMO Developers Takes First Place at RAS Competition

    The ITMO-developed software won gold in the category Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Technologies at the competition for young scientists organized by the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and the Sistema Charitable Foundation. The proposed technology allows for the use of AI approaches for deeper data interpretation and a range of scientific and industrial tasks (e.g., flood forecasting or modeling of data from technical sensors).


  • First-Ever Bachelor’s Program for AI Developers Launching in Russia

    Yandex, Sberbank, and ITMO University are launching AI360: ML Native – a joint Bachelor’s program for future AI architects and researchers. The new program will accept 30 top applicants at ITMO University; up to 70 students will be enrolled in the program in Moscow and Tatarstan. Here is all you need to know about the program: its unique features, requirements, and reasons to apply.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #57

    Things are heating up and we don’t just mean the weather! We’ve always got something to share when it comes to our regular digest of all things science, but this time around it’s a particularly rich harvest. New materials, medical tech of the future, educational innovations, thought-provoking science art, and the best AI tools for every craft – all in our latest science roundup.


  • 7 AI Tools to Make Your Life Easier

    AI has arrived – and it’s here to stay. Countless discussions on the ethics and value of generated content seem to have produced a consensus: you can’t make the algorithm do everything for you, but you can boost your efficiency by using it for reference, inspiration, and to eliminate tedious routine tasks. So, here are our picks for some of the best tools that have the potential to make your work, studies, and personal life easier.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #55

    Worried you’ve missed something new in the world of science? Worry not: here are the key updates on tech, education, and more from the recent weeks. New and gripping AI models, an eco-minded Master’s program for budding entrepreneurs, and the latest in science art – all this in today’s science roundup!


  • AI Tools for Researchers: Find Articles, Get Feedback, and Edit Your Texts

    AI is already used for all kinds of tasks, including generating ideas, creating illustrations, and debugging software code. Can AI tools also be used in science? For this article, we asked Alexander Kapitonov, an associate professor at ITMO’s Faculty of Infocommunication Technologies, about AI assistants that can come in handy in research.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #47

    Following the 2023 recap, we’re back with our regular overview of the latest reports, interviews, and explainers from the world of science – both at ITMO and beyond.