IT training for researchers
Digital Futures collaborates with Research IT in the University of Turku to organize training for researchers and educators on various topics. First topics include cloud environments and artificial intelligence in research and in higher education. The next topic is R, which is highly popular coding language for statistical purposes.
There are still few places left for Amazon Web Services in Education & Research, which will be organized as two-part seminar on Thursday, January 31. To read more, please visit the seminar webpage: http://researchit.utu.fi/training/amazon-web-services-for-research/
Representatives of IBM introduce the possibilities offered by artificial intelligence and by machine learning on Tuesday, February 5. The seminar will be held in Finnish and it includes demonstration with the AI solutions of IBM. Thomas Westerholm, Director of the Lab of Business Disruption Research in the University of Turku, will chair the seminar. To read more, please visit the seminar webpage: http://researchit.utu.fi/training/ibm-ai-ml-teknologiat-ja-iso-data-tutkimuksessa/
To summaries the events held in January and February, Cloud Computing Summary Seminar is organize as part of Love Data Week. In this event, participants can share their opinion on matters related to cloud computing, cloud services and artificial intelligence in academic research. To read more, please visit the seminar webpage: http://researchit.utu.fi/training/cloud-computing-summary-seminar/
To read latest update on available training, check the website of Research IT.