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We offer governments robust and measurably effective online education programs, designed and built to upskill entire nations.
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Examples of our offering
Removing digital skills cap for nations with basic knowledge on emerging technologies to all citizens and small and medium size businesses.View the course
This course establishes a general understanding of what emerging technologies are and may be in the future, providing an overview of the impact, applications, and implications of emerging technologies as a whole.View the course
This course covers the fundamentals of cybersecurity with real-life examples and exercises aimed at building a simplified cybersecurity action plan for personal or professional use.View the course
Elements of AI
Educate your entire population on the basics of AI. Student will learn what AI is, what can (and can’t) be done with AI, and how to start creating AI methods. The course combines theory with practical exercises.View the course
The idea has a simple, Nordic ring to it: Start by teaching 1 percent of the country's population, or about 55,000 people, the basic concepts at the root of artificial technology, and gradually build on the number over the next few years.
Politico, Finland's grand AI experiment
I am very impressed by the focus on AI in Finland and the training 1% of Finland's population in AI – I wish it's a template which other countries can use.
Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google
Finland for instance has shown the path – training – the population to get basic knowledge on how AI works and can be used. Appropriation by the greatest number is a key priority. I suggest the EU commission set the same goal for the European population.
Emmanuel Macron, President of France
I encourage everyone to take this #elementsofAI course.
Sauli Niinistö, President of Finland
Elements of AI is just one of Finland’s many pilot projects. This is something the Finns are really good at: carefully designing long-running, society-wide experiments with broad grassroots participation that test ideas for making society run better.
OECD Observer magazine
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Class Central ranked Elements of AI as the World’s #1 Computer Science online course – ahead of Stanford, Harvard, and MIT.