AI Hub Tampere organized a complimentary full-day event at Paidia workspace in Nokia Arena, which happened to also be the site of the ice hockey world championship 2022. It was a joint workshop by AI Hub Tampere and MARVEL projects to discuss the applications of audio and speech technology, AI theory, data security questions, and trying out some hands-on programming tutorials.
Want to see how blockchains enable new public services? How about blockchain-based international study-records? Join EBSI-demo day! Computing Sciences have been a key contributor to one of the demos. When people hear the word blockchain, the first and probably the only thing that comes to their mind is cryptocurrencies and especially Bitcoin. Depending on the person this may then just lead to negative thoughts about the whole thing: imaginary money, volatile prices, scams and huge energy consumption. However, money is not the only potential use case for blockchains. To simplify blockchain is a distributed ledger of transactions. Everybody participating has a full copy of the ledger. Anybody can propose new transactions to be added to the ledger, but majority of the others have to agree on including the new transaction which ensures that the new transaction follows a set of common rules. Once added to the blockchain the transaction cannot be changed. This blog post is then about one potential use for this technology where this kind of decentralized system can offer some benefits.
It was the week of Vappu, 2022. AI Hub and Health Hub Tampere organized a joint workshop: Health Data Walk, to discuss the secondary use of health data together with the local companies. The workshop consisted of both indoor and outdoor sessions. To provide flexible methods of participation, the indoor session adopted the hybrid model by holding live attendance on the Health Hub premises and online Zoom meetings simultaneously.
AI Hub pilot with Trialwell: Usability evaluation of the Trialwell web platform to recruit participants for clinical and non-clinical trials
Trialwell supports researches by recruiting appropriate participants. AI Hub conducted a pilot study with Trialwell to evaluate their webservice with potential participants. The mission of AI Hub is to provide Aritifical Intelligence (AI) related guidance for small and medium sized companies (SMEs) free of charge. Since Trialwell will use AI to match participants’ profile with appropriate research trial, AI Hub agreed to conduct a pilot project to evaluate the usability and usefulness of the system.
We arranged an interactive co-design workshop about Human-Robot Interaction on 12.2. It was targeted for company people working or interested in the areas of HRI and AI. Nice number of participants showed up online and we were ready to start with creative and active workshopping.
Hello! this is Eshtiak Ahmed, a student of the HTI MSc program. I am from Bangladesh, a beautiful country in south Asia. I completed my bachelor’s studies in computer science and engineering. During my undergraduate days, the topic of human computer interaction attracted me the most. I was highly interested and motivated to study this area, especially the user experience part. The HTI program at the Tampere University appeared to be the best fit for me and fortunately I was able to come here!
This post describes our successful pilot with Platform of Trust, conducted recently in AI Hub Tampere project.
Our System-on-Chip (SoC) Hub is a joint effort to design new SoCs for 5G, AI, imaging and security applications. SoC Hub collects and boosts national competence from application requirements to prototype chips and completes the overall expertise in embedded systems and microelectronics in Finland.