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  • AI Research Centers: First Achievements Announced

    Last year, six specialized research centers, including ITMO’s Research Center “Strong AI in Industry,” received grants through a contest held as part of the federal project Artificial Intelligence. Today, the contest winners reported on their first advances during a meeting at the Russian Coordination Center.


  • Student Spotlight: Aleksandra Ilieva, Macedonia

    Aleksandra Ilieva is an international student who came to ITMO from Macedonia. She is also a writer who has recently published a book of poetry. In today’s interview, we talked all about her hobbies, ambitions, and experiences. Read on to hear about Aleksandra’s writing and her life in St. Petersburg  


  • ITMO Professor Alexander Boukhanovsky on How AI Can Help Economy in Crisis

    Recently, Alexander Boukhanovsky, head of ITMO’s School of Translational Information Technologies, received renewed funding from Russian Science Foundation for his project in predictive modeling in economics. In this interview, ITMO.NEWS asked Prof. Boukhanovsky about his project and the role AI might play in economics.


  • The 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics: Any Lessons for Russia?

    This year’s Nobel Prize in Economics went to US scientists William D. Nordhaus and Paul M. Romer for integrating climate change and technological innovations, respectively, into long-run macroeconomic analysis. Elena Budrina, head of the Bachelor’s degree program “Technological Innovations Management” at ITMO University, spoke with ITMO.NEWS about the American scientists’ achievement and how the University is taking on global economic trends.