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AI Sweden x Women in AI

Today, there are too few female representatives in AI, something we see needs to change. Therefore, AI Sweden and Women in AI have started a joint initiative with the purpose of increasing female representation and participation in the AI ​​community - AI crash course.

AI crash course is a joint learning initiative and offer free courses and a community of learners and an active network of peers. 

We turn to women who are curious about AI and want to deepen your understanding. During the course you will: 

  • Deepen your knowledge in AI and machine learning

  • Learn from experts in the field

  • Discuss with like minded

  • Explore new applications of AI

How

The program takes the form of a series of four meet-ups; instructor led sessions and self-paced learning where we go through the course Elements of AI. More about Elements of AI

You will have the chance to listen to experts and cases in the field, discuss with other curious learners and have the chance to join the growing community of Women in AI.

Where

The learning groups will be held both physically in Stockholm and online.

Visiting address:
AI Sweden

Hamngatan 37, 111 51 Stockholm

Dates

Starting date: 7th of October 2020,
Doors open at 17:30 and the event starts at 18:00
Wednesdays every 2nd week:

  • 7th of October
  • 21st of October
  • 4th of November
  • 18th of November
     

Registration

Show your interest by submitt the form below. The seats are limited. 

To the form

 

Women in AI
Women in AI (WAI) is a nonprofit working towards gender-inclusive AI that benefits global society. WAIs mission is to increase female representation and participation in AI. ​WAI is a community-driven initiative bringing empowerment, knowledge and active collaboration via education, research and events. Read more

WAI AI crash course is a programme for women wanting to learn more about AI.

Want to know more?

Startup Manager and Program Developer

Peter Kurzwelly