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Open Day of the Master's Programme 'Data Analytics and Social Statistics': 'Artificial Intelligence in Education'


Open House of the Master of International Business programme

Illustration for news: HSE University Students Win in the AIJ Science Competition at AI Journey 2023

HSE University Students Win in the AIJ Science Competition at AI Journey 2023

The International Sber Conference of Artificial Intelligence, ‘AI Journey 2023’ recently took place in Moscow. Alexander Rogachev, doctoral student of the HSE Faculty of Computer Science, and Egor Egorov, an HSE 4th-year undergraduate student became the winners of the AIJ Science competition for scientific articles on artificial intelligence that was held as part of the event. The research was carried out under the umbrella of the HSE's Laboratory of Methods for Big Data Analysis (LAMBDA).

Illustration for news: Games Facilitate Stroke Patients' Recovery

Games Facilitate Stroke Patients' Recovery

An international group of scientists including researchers from HSE University has proposed a novel approach to rehabilitating patients with motor disorders. According to the researchers, more effective recovery can be achieved by granting patients the freedom to choose their movements and providing an appropriate system of rewards for engaging in the prescribed exercises. The opinion paper has been published in Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair.

Illustration for news: Measuring Pitch Frequency Can Help Train AI to Accurately Recognise Emotions

Measuring Pitch Frequency Can Help Train AI to Accurately Recognise Emotions

A new algorithm that enables precise measurement of the pitch frequency of a speech signal, a crucial parameter for identifying emotions and diagnosing illnesses, has been introduced by researchers at HSE Campus in Nizhny Novgorod. This method can operate in a noisy environment, in real time and with fewer computing resources than any currently existing analogues. The results of the study have been published in the Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics.