AIRE is launching new AI pilot projects this autumn, where students will be able to put their knowledge and skills to the test by solving real-world business challenges to support companies’ readiness to invest in AI technologies, under the guidance of academics and researchers (test before invest service). So far, AIRE has offered, as one of its services, the participation of companies in demonstration projects where researchers help companies automate their production using AI and robotics solutions. AIRE’s results from last year show that some companies need some preparatory work to deploy AI, be it, for example, data collection and analysis, mapping of existing data, or otherwise, in order to invest in major AI developments. These are preparatory activities for the deployment of AI, where students, under the guidance of university tutors, can apply the skills they have learned to a real business challenge.
The pilot projects are linked to a specific curriculum. The pilot projects will be carried out over a period of 3-4 months in the autumn and spring semesters, i.e. from September to January and from February to June. Participation in a pilot project is covered by public aid for the company.
We invite companies interested in participating in pilot projects related to artificial intelligence and robotics solutions to contact Katre Eljase (firstname.lastname@example.org), who is in charge of the demonstration projects.