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  • New by ITMO Scientists: Digital Service to Facilitate Artificial Enzymes for Industry and Medicine

    Researchers from ITMO University have developed a web platform that is capable of predicting a nanozyme’s (artificial enzyme) capability to accelerate chemical reactions – with high accuracy and in mere seconds. Apart from being free, the platform is user-friendly, as it’s equipped with a ChatGPT-based assistant. Among its applications is the development of new cancer treatments and sensors of hazardous materials. The platform was described in a paper published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.


  • ITMO and Yandex Collaborate on This Year’s ITMO Open Education Conference

    How will AI impact education? Do you need a university degree to be featured in Forbes? What is the importance of product thinking for students? And how can teachers benefit from increasing their social media presence? This year’s ITMO Open Education conference, organized together with Yandex, covered these and other questions in great detail. More than 400 school and university teachers, along with edtech experts and entrepreneurs from all over Russia, gathered in St. Petersburg in order to examine education from a different perspective. Here are the highlights of the event.


  • Can AI Do My Job For Me? An Experiment

    As Google unveils its latest generative AI features for Gmail and Docs, and AI writing tools such as ChatGPT and Wordly continue to gain popularity, the question arises: can one exclusively rely on AI for writing-related tasks? Despite the significant limitations of the currently available AI tools, is it conceivable to complete a writing project using AI alone? Let's put machines to the test and see if they can truly replace human writers.


  • ChatGPT For School: How Students Use Neural Networks To Their Advantage

    The viral ChatGPT is becoming more and more powerful every day: it can now gather information, code, and even generate scripts. Though educational leaders are wary of its possible pitfalls, especially ever since a student confessed to using ChatGPT for his graduation paper, it can and already does create true value for teachers and students alike. In order to demonstrate its vast applications, ITMO hosted a meetup on the best ML and AI practices for the classroom.


  • Yandex Director for AI: In a Year, ChatGPT Will Seem Mundane

    This March, OpenAI released its new AI model, GPT-4, and announced its integration into various apps and services – the most popular, of course, being the ground-breaking chatbot. IT companies all over the world are incorporating the bot into their products, but what’s happening in Russia? How will these developments impact education and the labor market? Alexander Krainov, the director for development of artificial intelligence technologies at Yandex, and invited experts discussed these issues at a recent meetup hosted by ITMO. Here’s our recap.


  • ITMO Students Win ChatGPT Hackathon

    Using OpenAI’s hot commodity software ChatGPT, a team of ITMO students programmed a Telegram bot that puts together a selection of ITMO events using data from various sources.


  • We Made ChatGPT Explain Quantum Physics. Here Are the Results

    Quantum physics is notoriously hard to understand. It is counterintuitive, goes against what is observable by the naked eye, and requires complex math to describe it. Is there even a way to explain things like quantum entanglement or Heisenberg's uncertainty principle in a way that is clear for everyone? This feels like a job for ChatGPT, the new chatbot that is on everyone’s mind these days. We asked the neural network several questions on quantum physics, and then had a real physicist check if ChatGPT’s explanations were accurate. Here are the results.