Technologies of Care: Science for Animals at LETI Summer School
LETI will host a summer school on Animal-Centered Computing dedicated to studying animal behavior, communication, health and welfare using artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and other modern tools.
On July 19-22, ETU "LETI" will hold the second international online school for everyone who wants to participate in interdisciplinary research related to animal well-being, involving veterinary medicine, ethology, biomedicine, computer science, software engineering, and other relevant disciplines.
An international team of experts in animal sciences and animal welfare technologies will conduct classes at the summer school. Students will learn how to use data analytics, the Internet of Things, machine learning, and bioinformatics in ethology and veterinary medicine and try to design solutions for the problems proposed in the school. The most active participants will receive a special prize.
"This topic already is in the spotlight around the globe, but today there are no comprehensive programs that bring together such a wide range of disciplines. This gives us every right to talk about the uniqueness of the multidisciplinary research that we will present at the school."