In particular, such training will be possible at the Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow Polytechnic University, the National Research Technological University MISiS, the National Research University Higher School of Economics, the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI and other universities.
According to the general director of the “University 20.35” Vasily Tretyakov, the skills of working with artificial intelligence technologies will allow students to become successful and effective in the field of their professional activity.
“The objective of the project is to give all students and university staff an understanding of how artificial intelligence is changing the field of activity and what solutions based on artificial intelligence can be created,” he emphasized.
Students will also have the opportunity to study online and in the mode of intensive full-time modules.
It was previously reported that in 2021, some universities in Russia will begin to introduce a new system of monitoring student performance based on artificial intelligence.
Oleg Smolin, the first deputy chairman of the State Duma Committee on Education and Science, said in an interview with the NSN that the idea of excluding the human factor from the educational process contradicts the very nature of education.