The artificial intelligence and robotics center AIRE (EDIH) is co-financed by the European Union from the "European Digital Innovation Hubs" program (project number 101083677) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications.
AI & Robotics Estonia offers diverse continuing education opportunities for industrial enterprises tailored to the needs and desires of the target group, who aim to expand their knowledge and skills in artificial intelligence and robotics. Our training programs are designed to meet the demands of today’s industrial world and help companies achieve better results and competitive advantages.
We provide three different forms of training to accommodate various needs and schedules. Firstly, we offer intensive courses that last up to 16 hours. These courses provide excellent opportunities for in-depth learning and developing specific skills in AI and robotics. Intensive courses incorporate practical exercises and real-world examples to ensure a high-quality learning experience.
Secondly, we offer webinars that last up to 4 hours. These seminars are interactive and take place in a virtual environment. Participants can listen to expert lectures, ask questions, and share experiences with other attendees. The advantage of webinars is their flexibility, allowing you to participate comfortably from your workplace or home, saving travel and accommodation costs. Additionally, webinars are an excellent way to stay updated with the latest digitalization innovations.
Furthermore, in the near future we will provide Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) that can be completed independently and offer flexibility. Within these e-courses, you can learn at your own pace, choosing a suitable time and place. Our course content is carefully curated, providing a deeper understanding of AI and robotics principles, applications, and practical skills.
In all our training programs, we employ modern teaching methods to ensure your successful learning and practical application of knowledge. Our trainers are experts in the field, affiliated with partner universities, the University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, the Estonian University of Life Sciences, and the IMECC Development Center. They possess extensive experience and knowledge and are skilled at explaining complex topics in simple and understandable language.
The courses within the project are funded either using Minor Importance Aid (VTA).
For more information, please visit the AIRE training calendar, where you can find details about upcoming and past training sessions.
If you are still looking for a course of interest in our training calendar, please get in touch with us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team is ready to assist you and find a training program in artificial intelligence and robotics that suits your needs.
We look forward to welcoming you to our training sessions soon!
Helen is the industry collaboration coordinator of the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Tartu. She has 10 years of experience in the implementation of European Union projects and in advising applications for grants in the research, tourism, and social affairs fields. At the Institute of Computer Sciences, her role is to initiate collaboration between the university and private as well as public sector institutions and coordinate the activities of the Digital Europe Programme.