Our faculty can in recent years be proud of its excellent achievements in the field of research – both in terms of the quality of the work of the researchers and in terms of the success in applying for projects. One of the many projects currently underway at the faculty is the research and development project AI-powered Next Generation of VET (also AI4VET4AI for short).

As part of the partnership on this project, a meeting took place between our team and representatives of the global research centre AlterContacts, which focuses on sustainable development and has special consultative status with the United Nations (ECOSOC). The meeting focused on our collaboration on the AI4VET4AI project and other possible synergies between the two institutions.

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