Month: March 2023

Transnational Meeting A3.1 in University of Niš in Serbia

Transnational Meeting A3.1 in University of Niš in Serbia

On March 27-28, 2023 Transnational Meeting A3.1 was held in Nis (Serbia). The Meeting was conducted on the basis of University of Nis

A3.1 Meeting served to coordinate and cooperate efforts with the purpose of developing an AI competency framework for university, and mid-career learners to support the acquisition of technical, business, and human skills while integrating an ethical perspective.

All  partners paricipated in this event. The following topics was investigated:

State-of-the-art analysis of the requirements in the field of AAI
The meeting commenced with an in-depth analysis of the current requirements in the field of Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI). Both Vasyl Martsenyuk and Georgi Dimitrov provided valuable insights into the evolving landscape of AAI.

Current State of WP3. Distribution of the Duties and Tasks
Dejan Rancic presented the current status of Work Package 3 (WP3) and outlined the allocated duties and tasks among the partners. The discussion facilitated a clear understanding of the project’s progression.

The Artificial Intelligence Competency Framework
Georgi Dimitrov led an informative session on the development of the Artificial Intelligence Competency Framework. His presentation laid the foundation for further discussions on shaping AI education.

The Artificial Intelligence Learning Requirements
Igor Jovancevic shared insights into the learning requirements for mastering Artificial Intelligence. Her presentation emphasized the essential elements needed for effective AAI education.

The Main Content and Topics of the Curriculum
Iveta Dirgova Luptakova outlined the core content and topics that will constitute the curriculum. This session provided a structured approach towards designing the educational modules.

Ethical Perspective of AAI
Eugenia Kovatcheva presented a crucial perspective on the ethical considerations surrounding AAI. Her insights sparked meaningful discussions on integrating ethical principles into the curriculum.

Current State of the Survey Analysis for WP2
Institutional coordinators from all partner universities provided updates on the progress of the survey analysis for Work Package 2 (WP2). This collaborative effort ensured a comprehensive understanding of the research findings.

Managerial Activities of the Project (AdminProject)
Vasyl Martsenyuk discussed the administrative aspects of the project, highlighting key managerial activities and emphasizing the importance of efficient project management.

Dissemination of the Project Results (Events, Publications)
Continuing from the previous session, Vasyl Martsenyuk elaborated on strategies for disseminating project results through various channels, including events and publications.

Current State of Smart AAI Job Hub
Marcin Bernaś provided an update on the progress of the Smart AAI Job Hub, showcasing advancements in creating a platform to connect AAI professionals with job opportunities.

Preparing Teacher Training in Montenegro
Igor Jovancevic discussed the plans and preparations for teacher training in Montenegro, emphasizing the importance of effectively equipping educators to deliver AAI education.

Conclusions: For the reasons given, the A3.1 transnational meeting proved to be a pivotal event in the development of the Erasmus+ project “FAAI.” The collaborative efforts of the partner institutions laid a strong foundation for the project’s success in fostering AI competency across various educational levels.


Multiplier Event – Rekord SI

Multiplier Event – Rekord SI

The event took place at Centrum Badawczo-Rozwojowe Rekord SI, Kasprowicza 5, 43-300 Bielsko-Biala, Poland.


The event commenced with the warm welcome from the esteemed Head of Department of Computer Science, Vasyl Martsenyuk, representing the University of Bielsko-Biala. His opening remarks set the tone for an insightful exploration of Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI) in the contemporary landscape.

Marcin Bernaś delved into the prevailing challenges faced in the field of Applied AI. His presentation shed light on the intricacies of navigating the ever-evolving landscape of artificial intelligence and emphasized the need for innovative solutions.

Aleksandra Klos-Witkowska took the stage to introduce the FAAI project. She provided a comprehensive overview of its objectives, partners, and identified target groups. The audience gained valuable insights into the project’s scope and its potential impact on various stakeholders.