Elements of AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be shaping the world in the near future, and this applies to everyone, not just Computer Scientists or ICT Professionals.  AI will shape the world for scientists, professionals, the workforce, and the citizen. The University of Helsinki in collaboration with Reaktor created a very valid course about Artificial Intelligence. 

This can be subscribed by anyone in the world and it is free.  The eSkills Malta Foundation encourages students, teachers, the workforce, and citizens to take this advantage in taking the course. Do you wonder what AI really means? Are you thinking about the kind of impact AI might have on your job or life? Do you want to understand how AI will develop and affect us in the coming years? Then this course is for you.  #A #artificialintelligence  #digitalskills 

The Elements of AI is a free online course created by Reaktor and the University of Helsinki. The aim of this is to equip as many people as possible, especially those not in tech, to learn what AI is and isn't, how it can be applied to real-life applications, and what the implications of this technology are for individuals, companies and society.

The language translation has been provided by the European Commission, more specifically by the Directorate-General for Translation in collaboration with the Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology.


  • Artificial intelligence will largely affect our future. But if only a few understand AI, just a tiny few of the world’s population get to affect the future.

  • We want people to be empowered, not threatened by AI. We want that people from various disciplines have the chance to understand AI and even come up with new ideas and solutions.

  • By joining the #AIChallenge, companies commit to educate their employees on artificial intelligence –  Elements of AI being one of the options.

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