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Moscow opens up access to AI knowledge base

The goal of the project by ICT.Moscow is to help businesses in a variety of industry verticals properly assess the possibilities of artificial intelligence.

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More than 300 AI-related case studies have been published on the platform
More than 300 AI-related case studies have been published on the platform

ICT.Moscow, a digital platform dedicated to tech-based solutions, has announced free access to an artificial intelligence (AI) knowledge base of practices aimed at a variety of industry verticals and business practices.

 

The goal of the project is to help businesses properly assess the possibilities of AI. To that end, more than 300 Russian and international AI-related case studies have been published on the platform. International examples were selected in coordination with smart city lab analysts at Moscow’s Department of Information Technologies.

 

Implementation objective

 

Participation in the project is open to everyone. Users can offer their case studies for inclusion by filling out the relevant forms. Each case provides a detailed description of the application, information about the developer, implementation objective, the technologies used and the achieved results. All studies are categorised according to sector.

 

There is an area dedicated to the use of AI solutions in Moscow, totalling 150 cases.

 

Starting in July, an experiment with special conditions for developing and implementing this technology should begin in Moscow.

 

The unified AI database also includes an interactive collection of open-source data sets for smart services and neural network learning, research, analytics, news and other useful information.

 

In the autumn of last year, a national strategy for the development of AI was adopted and, starting in July, an experiment with special conditions for developing and implementing this technology should begin in Moscow.

 

Currently available only in Russian, the launch of an English version is under development.

 

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