Outstanding work deserves credit. We want to highlight the extraordinary work of our teachers and put their effort in the spotlight. Each semester, the AI Center will announce the "Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award" which comes with a prize money of 15 000 CZK. The very first winner will be awarded in April 2023.
Our AI and cybersecurity research laboratory will participate in the global program for open-source programming this summer. Apply to improve your coding skills and work on real-world problems!
We are opening a new course on Quantum Computing taught by Jakub Mareček and his team from the Optimization group.
The European Commission plans to onboard 100 million people to a new EU-based DNS internet infrastructure. The DNS4EU will be developed by an international consortium led by Czech company Whalebone.
Vladimír Balaš acknowledged our Ph.D. student Šimon Mandlík for extraordinary results and activities. The award ceremony took place in the Senate building.
The team led by our Ph.D. student Šimon Mandlík won the programming competition in algorithmic sports betting.
Our Ph.D. student Jiří Ulrich received the prestigious IT SPY award for the best diploma thesis in computer science out of 1,200 Czech and Slovak students.
Members of the Horizon Europe project met at CTU to discuss the expected legislative measures for AI algorithms and the upcoming activities of the AutoFair project.
The Faculty's participation in the Signal Festival became one of its largest popularization activities in recent history. What was all the fuss about? Dig into the article to find out why Forum Robotum scored so high among festival visitors.
How do robots see the world? Our interactive light installation Forum Robotum brings the state of the art research to one of the biggest cultural events in Prague.
Our Ph.D. student and a two-time poster session winner Maria Rigaki shares her secret tips.
We are coordinating a major Horizon Europe project in fair artificial intelligence. Ethical aspects of AI systems lie at the center of the project which aims to develop explainable and transparent AI algorithms.
Apple AirTags and other location-tracking devices are a useful tool when it comes to locating misplaced items or even missing people. But in the hands of stalkers or criminals, these can be weaponized. How can we maintain privacy standards and guarantee fairness? Our AI algorithms offer solutions.
Daniel Fišer received the Honorable Mention Oustanding Paper Award at AAAI-2022, the best AI conference in the world.
When Computer Science and Criminology meet, an exciting cybercrime investigation is born. Our security researchers uncovered an Android banking botnet and explored the world of underground attackers, informal online forums, and the economy of encrypting malware-as-a-service. Read about their 5-year-long investigation in an extensive blog post.
A robotics Ph.D. student was awarded for her outstanding thesis on Generalized Routing Problems with Continuous Neighborhoods.
The new holiday video featuring robots from FEE CTU goes viral. How would they celebrate Christmas if it was up to them?
The Rector of CTU awarded our researchers with medals for extraordinary performances during the coronavirus crisis. Their inventions contributed to mitigating the pandemic.
In-house built 5G communication infrastructure allows for high-quality data streaming including raw videos with minimal latency.
The final round of the DARPA Subterranean Challenge brought our team CTU-CRAS-NORLAB 2nd place in the virtual competition. In the deployment of real robots in the MegaCavern complex in Kentucky, we finished 6th overall.
Our cybersecurity research project that aims to protect people at risk from targeted digital threats received third place in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Awards.
Advancements in digital technology are a keystone of our modern lives. However, these advancements do not come without risks to our security. With more devices connected to the internet and more devices per user, there is a major increase in the data being collected, transported, and stored.
Meet the winner of the AIC 2021 Student Paper Award and explore the AI research of all our bright young talents who made it to the finals!
Closing remarks for our discussion on the use of AI in art with the panelists Garrett Lynch IRL, Paul Mouginot and Iskra Velitchkova. Includes a list of sources for further reading and creative experimenting with AI algorithms.
AI Center partners with Charles University and other institutions to study disinformation in the newly established Central European Digital Media Observatory (CEDMO).
We are excited to announce that we signed a research contract with the US aerospace company Bell Textron Inc. to develop passenger decision models using both existing ground transportation and future air taxi transportation.
Big interview with our cybersecurity researcher Veronica Valeros who leads the Civilsphere project protecting civil society against digital threats.
Thoughts on the risks of inspiring public imagination triggered by the film In Silico.
Four-legged SPOT from Boston Dynamics arrives at FEE CTU to increase our chances in the finals of DARPA SubT Challenge.
We invite you to the discussion series on AI research and social responsibility.
ARA program provides unrestricted funds and AWS Promotional Credits to academics investigating research topics across a number of disciplines.
Newly announced internal competition for the best paper published in 2020 by AIC students.
We're celebrating our 20th anniversary with a new website and a fresh visual identity designed by the talented Lukáš Švarc.
Interview with our director and co-founder about our research values, working environment, partnership opportunities, and the biggest AI challenges of the future.
Out of 1 400 thesis submitted to the IT SPY competition this year, the one by our student Šimon Mandlík won the best thesis of 2020!
Our team won the latest DARPA challenge among self-funded teams and scored 3rd overall. This marks a great success for the Czech robotics research!
During the coronavirus pandemic, Jiří Kubík designed an open-source tool to make sample handling safer and easier.