In order to fully understand how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will impact the future of work, this program seeks to explore the core features of AI technologies from a business and user perspective. This program will give students the opportunity to study the Ethical and Business Impacts of Artificial Intelligence in Croatia this January!
AI technologies have emerged as transformative tools affecting all industries, business functions, and the interaction between people and computers. The business implications of AI are spreading across almost all areas of business. In light of this, it’s essential for business leaders to become more familiar with existing and emerging technologies in order to prepare for the inevitable implications for leadership and management.
This program is open to students from all disciplines and does not require any specific prerequisite knowledge.
** This program is still under development. Information will be added as it becomes available. **
The program will cover a range of topics, such as:
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
- Artificial Intelligence from Disruptor to Enabler
- Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality
- Artificial Intelligence and Ethical Challenges
- Artificial Intelligence Technology Overview
- Artificial Intelligence in General Use: Voice, Visual and Productivity
- Advanced Analytics, Data Driven Society and Social Physics
- Artificial Intelligence: ChatBots and Blockchain Based Services
Algebra University College
Algebra University College is the flagship of largest private educational organisation in Republic of Croatia and the region (Algebra group), present today in more than 20 cities across Croatia. Founded in 1998, we currently have more than 110 full-time employees and more than 400 associated experts and higher educational faculties employed also in industry.
Field Trips/Site Visits
The professional visits for this program are still to be confirmed, however they are likely to include some of the following:
- A visit to Styria Data Science facility owned by Styria Group Austria
- A visit to the largest Croatian online marketplace Njuškalo, owned by Styria Group Austria
- A visit to the largest Croatian telecom operator HT, owned by Deutsche Telekom
- A visit to the largest Croatian digital identity resource company AKD, a government agency
- A visit to the famous electric supercar production facility Rimac Automobil, privately owned
- A visit to the Constellation Software regional office/HQ IN2, privately owned
Cultural activities (TBC)
- Trip to Smiljan village - Smiljan is a village in the mountainous region of Western Lika in Croatia. It is located 6 km (3.7 mi) northwest of Gospić, and fifteen kilometers from the Zagreb-Split highway; its population is 418 (2011). Smiljan is famous as the birthplace of Croatian inventor, engineer and scientist Nikola Tesla.
- Visit to the Croatian North Coast
- Visit to Plitvice Lakes - The national park was founded in 1949 and is situated in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia, at the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The important north-south road connection, which passes through the national park area, connects the Croatian inland with the Adriatic coastal region. The protected area extends around 300 square kilometres (73,350 acres).
The accommodation for this program is to be confirmed.
Croatia is a middle european Adriatic country, which lies between Slovenia of the west, Hungary on the north, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina on the east, while the Adriatic Sea divides it from its neighbour Italy. The convenient geographical position, as well as the good traffic connections make it easy to reach its numerous destinations in short distances.
Among its obvious geographical appeal, Croatia has been a major tourist attraction due to its starring role in the HBO series Game of Thrones, its well preserved first-century Roman amphitheatres and its crystal clear oceans and picturesque pebbled beaches.
Take part in this bewildering academic program to experience Dubrovnik, Croatia like no other!
All our programs are designed to count for credit as electives. However, it is up to your university to decide whether they will approve some credit for your participation in one of our programs. Normally it is a course convenor, Head of Department or program convenor who approves your credit.
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You might be able to obtain the $6000+ OS-HELP loan, as well as a scholarship from your university, when participating in an AIM Overseas program.
Our programs are designed so that eligible Australian students can access the OS-HELP scheme, which can provide funding of over $6,000 for international study experiences.
We give you detailed information about OS-HELP and how to apply for it in your Initial Consultation with us, as well as in your AIM Overseas acceptance pack.
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Applications for our January/ February 2019 programs are now closed. Applications for our July 2019 programs will open on October 15th 2018.
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