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  • Teaching AI to Discover New Laws of Nature

    At ITMO, scientists have developed a digital tool called EPDE that can identify new laws of nature; it describes its findings using mathematical equations and even provides possible solutions. ITMO.NEWS talked to Alexander Khvatov, the head of the Laboratory for Composite AI, about the creation of the new tool, its successes, and possible new applications.


  • ITMO Rector Suggests Creation of Russian-Chinese AI Alliance

    Recently, the Minister of Education of China, Huai Jinpeng, paid a visit to St. Petersburg. During a meeting at ITMO University, Rector Vladimir Vasilyev suggested the establishment of a Russian-Chinese AI alliance. This organization will provide opportunities for cooperation between the best professionals of both countries and provide applied solutions for education, medicine, and industry. Within the alliance, the leading universities of both countries will be jointly training AI professionals and conducting research in the field.


  • Recap of IT_Conf 3.0: Careers in IT, AI in Business and Cybersecurity

    What does the future hold for the IT sector? What role will AI play in it? And what does it take to thrive in IT today? At this year’s IT_Conf, experts from SberMarket, Yandex, VK, HeadHunter, MTS, Tinkoff, and ITMO covered these and other questions in great detail. Here are the highlights of the event.


  • ITMO Features As Only Russian University on Global Top-100 Ranking in Artificial Intelligence

    Based on the latest version of the QS World University Rankings, ITMO is currently the only Russian university to be featured on the subject ranking Data Science & Artificial Intelligence, where it is placed in the 51-70 range. In addition, ITMO has taken the 78th position in the world (and 2nd in Russia) in the Computer Science ranking.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #51

    Unlike Area 51, we keep no secrets! Here’s everything that has been going on in the ITMO universe these two weeks – from ground-breaking research to inspiring career prospects. Read on!


  • ITMO Hosts National Technological Contest Finals

    On March 4-9, ITMO University welcomed the participants of the final round of the National Technological Contest in the track Big Data and Machine Learning. Read on to learn more about the event, organized in partnership with Yandex and VK, and the opportunities it provides to participants.


  • ITMO Presents New Digital Solutions at World Youth Festival

    At the recent World Youth Festival, ITMO University presented its AI-based technologies during career events organized by the major Russian job search engine HeadHunter. Among these projects were a recommendation service for the university’s applicants and a video system that monitors study spaces.


  • Russia’s Big Tech and Top Universities Sign Declaration on Responsible Use of Generative AI

    During the AI Day at the Russia Expo, the country’s major companies, including Sber, Yandex, and MTS, and leading universities such as the Higher School of Economics, Skoltech, Innopolis, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, ITMO University, and the Institute for System Programming of the RAS, have signed a declaration on responsible development and use of services based on generative AI. The document details the ethical principles, recommendations, and proper procedures relating to the application of generative AI.


  • 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 Scientists Unveil Algorithm to Predict Properties of Organic Solvents

    The staff of ITMO’s Center for AI in Chemistry have designed a free service that predicts properties of organic solvents. These substances find their applications in pharmaceutical, oil, and cosmetics industries. The research behind the algorithm is described in a paper published in Green Chemistry.