With the circular dated 20 August 2021 prepared in the Official Gazette, prepared by the Presidency Digital Transformation Office and the Ministry of Industry and Technology in cooperation with various institutions, in order to further the studies carried out in the field of artificial intelligence in our country, to determine the strategic priority goals, objectives and measures in this field and to implement them. An important support came from Bursa Uludağ University for the "Artificial Intelligence National Strategy (2021-2025)" which was announced. A free artificial intelligence course will be given to high school students by BUÜ Academics. Students who successfully complete the course will be awarded a certificate by BUÜ.
A new step has been added to the steps taken by Bursa Uludağ University for all segments of the society in accordance with its understanding of service with society. With the artificial intelligence course that will contribute to our young people to have a say in high technology and will be given free of charge to high school students, it is aimed to bring together the young minds that will change the R&D climate of our country with artificial intelligence and software, and to make our country a center of attraction in this field.
THE COURSE WILL BE FREE
The Certified Artificial Intelligence course organized for high school students under the umbrella of the newly established Digital Transformation Education Application and Research Center within Bursa Uludağ University will be held free of charge. Students will apply to the trainings to be given by BUU academicians between 6-10 September 2021. The training, which will be held between 4-19 October 2021, will be held on weekends and will last 18 hours in total. Thanks to the artificial intelligence course, the content of which is carefully prepared by BUÜ academicians, it is aimed that talented and willing young people acquire threshold level knowledge in the field of artificial intelligence and software and gain the foresight that will guide their careers.