Finnish CenteR for Artificial Intelligence
Real AI for Real People in the Real World
FCAI is a nation-wide competence center for Artificial Intelligence in Finland, initiated by Aalto University, University of Helsinki, and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland.
Our mission is to create Real AI for Real People in the Real World—a new type of AI, which is able to operate with humans in the complex world—and to renew the Finnish industry with the new AI.
Real AI solutions will bring AI systems closer to human cognition. We do not attempt to replicate human cognition but provide ambitious and realistic technical solutions.
For AIs to be able to perform efficiently in the Real World, they need to work with scarce data and in situations where large, labeled training data sets are rare.
Real People will use AIs as companions and assistants – and AIs need guidance from people. AIs we create can interact with humans in ways that are understandable, trustworthy, and ethically applied.
European Ministerial Conference on AI 8–9 October at Aalto University
Political leaders, policy makers, experts, entrepreneurs and industry leaders from all over Europe and beyond will gather in October at Aalto University for the AI Forum to discuss how AI is transforming our world, society and industry.
ELEMENTS OF AI BECOMES THE MOST POPULAR COURSE AT UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, EVER
AI MOOC organised by FCAI and Reaktor awarded diplomas to the first graduates and received endorsement from the President of Finland.
AI DAY FINLAND ATTRACTED 600 PEOPLE INTERESTED in AI
AI Day brought together researchers, companies and the public sector with a strong interest in applications and cross-field collaboration.
FCAI SOCIETY: UNDERSTANDING AI ACROSS SCIENTIFIC DIVIDES
As we pursue a holistic view of artificial intelligence across scientific borders, FCAI has sought experts from philosophy, ethics, sociology, legal studies, psychology and art to explore the impact AI will have in all aspects of our lives.
THE FINNISH GOVERNMENT: AI WILL BE THE NEW NORMAL
Last year, the Finnish Ministry of Economic Affairs set up a working group to find out how Finland can and should commit to be in the forefront of artificial intelligence in industry, business and society at large.
The report presents eight key actions that guide Finland to the AI age.