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The acceptance of applications for participation in the ChelPipe corporate accelerator has completed. During the period from January 15 to March 31, the program received more than 300 proposals from Russian and international start-ups. Experts of ChelPipe Group and corporate accelerator GenerationS by RVC has already begun evaluating applications.
In the NTI Competence Center based on Moscow State University in the direction of "Technologies for storing and analyzing big data", together with the Institute for Artificial Intelligence Problems of the Federal Information Center "Informatics and Management" of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Systems Analysis Technologies, LLC, a text analytics platform based on intelligent text collection and processing systems was developed in Russian and English languages.
At the NTI Competence Center based on “Technologies for Storing and Analyzing Big Data” of the Moscow State University has been developed  a software project that makes it possible to carry out the automated analysis of the data of X-ray images, mammograms, and cardiograms based on artificial intelligence with an accuracy of 93%.
The HydroMarinn Company carried out the first export supply of equipment for the study of the seabed, which was developed with the financial support of the National Technology Initiative.
In 2020, the first versions of national standards in the field of artificial intelligence in healthcare will be developed in Russia. The development will be coordinated by the Technical Committee for Standardisation “Artificial Intelligence” (TC 164), created based on the RVC.
The critical areas of the company's work were the formation of a mature venture investment market and the creation of tools for accelerated technological development of Russia.
GenerationS corporate acceleration platform by RVC is looking for innovative projects in the area of pipe and tube production for ChelPipe Group. Teams from all over the world with prototype and higher stage projects can participate.
The Interdepartmental Working Group (IWG) on the implementation of the National Technology Initiative approved funding in the form of grants and capital investments for technology projects of the Helsnet, Energy, Aeronet, Technet markets, as well as the Club Movement project.


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