ICT.Moscow has expanded the functionality of the Russian-language knowledge base on artificial intelligence (AI).
After updating, two new sections became available: an open catalog of solutions from Moscow developers and a daily updated news feed. The site also features the latest Russian and foreign AI practices (almost 700). In addition to news, solutions and practices, the portal publishes job vacancies, analytics, events, datasets for developers and other useful information.
The goal of the project is to help find new ideas and scenarios for the use of artificial intelligence.
There are already other foreign online resources in the world collecting data on regulation, standardization of AI, including Artificial Intelligence for the American People in the USA, Knowledge for policy: AI Watch in Europe, Beijing Academy of Artificial Intelligence in China, India AI in India and AI Apprenticeship Program in Singapore.
The Moscow AI Knowledge Base was created to share experiences within the business community and accelerate the development of information infrastructure of Moscow.
The Russian-language version is available here: https://ict.moscow/projects/ai/
In early summer, the ICT.Moscow portal presented an international version of the knowledge base, where foreign companies can study the practices from Russia.
The AI knowledge base was launched by ICT.Moscow in February with the support form the Moscow Department of Information Technologies and is being completed jointly with Russian developers of AI projects. At the end of April, the practices of using AI to combat the spread of COVID-19 started to be published in the database.
At the end of August, it was announced that a national online portal about artificial intelligence could be created in Russia. It can feature, among other things, regulatory initiatives and standards in this field.