Sergey Tokarev spoke about educational IT projects that will help Ukrainian youth® | News from Kharkiv and Ukraine

Sergei Tokarev, founder of STEM is FEM and Founding Partner at Roosh, is convinced that it is extremely important to develop formal and non-formal education for the younger generation. After all, it is the youth who will actively build Ukraine after the victory. Therefore, recently the AI ​​House, STEM is FEM and SET University initiatives have launched a number of educational projects. Both beginners in IT and experienced specialists will find something interesting for themselves. Let’s talk about them in more detail.

IT for teenage girls

This summer, the public organization STEM is FEM, in partnership with the Swiss educational organization Empowerment Lab and with the support of Oracle, launched free online IT courses for girls aged 12-16. Participants can master the skills of machine learning, application prototyping, and building data-driven web applications.

For students and startups

And for high school students and their parents, SET University launched an online platform and an online cybersecurity course. All materials on the topics of digital security in wartime, the protection of gadgets and social networks, cyberbullying are available at the link:

In turn, for those who already have their own startup, SET University, in partnership with the European accelerator and investor Startup Wise Guys and the international digital hub for technology impact businesses tech2impact, and with the participation of Google, launched SET Bootcamp. Start-ups creating projects for the development and restoration of Ukraine could take part in it. For three weeks, they had the opportunity to learn more about user research, prototyping, finance, marketing strategy and sales, fundraising and preparing a presentation for investors.

In addition, SET University became a co-founder of Ukrainian Global University this year. The goal of the project is to provide Ukrainian students, scholarship holders, teachers and scientists with access to a foreign educational base. Participants of this initiative must return to Ukraine after training.

For experienced AI and ML specialists

Also, the AI ​​HOUSE initiative launched the AI ​​for Ukraine project in order to develop the Ukrainian technical community in the field of artificial intelligence. For a donation of any amount from $1 or UAH 10, Ukrainians can attend lectures and webinars from AI and ML specialists from Amazon Web, Microsoft and other international companies. All funds raised will be donated to the Come Back Alive Foundation.

You can register for the event using this link:

According to Sergey Tokarev, this project has rallied world-renowned experts around the idea of ​​helping Ukraine and its AI community.

“Together we can strengthen the field of artificial intelligence in Ukraine and create a unique environment for the development of technological talents” he adds.

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