The last year was very intensive in terms of training – since 2018 we have already conducted 101 trainings and trained 8,884 university employees.
The “She Figures 2018” report presents data on the presence of women in the science and research sector. Anna Knapińska from the Laboratory of Statistical Analysis and Evaluation was a statistical correspondent of The Helsinki Group on Women and Science who provided certain data as regards Poland.
Our researchers from the Laboratory of Interactive Technologies were part of the research team that carried out the Polish section of the EU Kids Online 2018 study. A research report has already been created and will be made available for download at any moment. Stay tuned if you are interested in the behavior of Polish kids in the network compared to other EU countries.
Olaf Gajl, Ph.D.: Poland is not ready for AI. Business needs education.
On 7-11 February 2019, a science conference – Intelligent Human Systems Integration. Integrating People and Intelligent Systems – took place in San Diego, USA. At the conference a wide range of issues related to the human-modern technologies interaction was discussed, therefore our experts from the Laboratory of Interactive Technologies could not miss out on the opportunity to be there.
Polish MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) – a free virtual course platform designed by OPI PIB – is now called Navoica. The name refers to Nawojka – the first Polish woman to study at the Jagiellonian University in the 15th century.