The test systems of SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies of the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, RAS, are capable of detecting with high accuracy antiviral serum antibodies of three different classes (IgM, IgG, IgA) and can be used to identify patients with a potentially severe form of the disease.
What new challenge does the post-covid world bring to the technological agenda? What should companies do that do not want to get into a technological dead end? How does the pandemic force us to reconsider values, habits, and behaviors? Experts and futurologists discussed these issues at the Technoimaginarium session, organized by RVC on the third day of the Open Innovations Forum.
Who should own big data, and how to regulate the process of collecting, processing, and protecting it? The session's experts answered these questions “Digital Sheep: who qualifies for “digital wool” organized by RVC on the second day of the Open Innovations Forum.
On the first day of the Open Innovations 2020 Forum, RVC organized a session called “Fake and Hype. Information Hoax. Artificial Intelligence versus the Fake Factory”. The moderator was Ekaterina Kumanina, Director for Strategic Communications of RVC.
Antiplagiat Company has developed and launched testing of a specialized module for detecting translated borrowings in texts in the one hundred most common languages of the world. In December 2019, the company's project for the pan-linguistic analysis of texts in natural languages won the competitive selection of leading companies within the framework of the national program “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation,” which was operated by RVC.
Within the Open Innovations Forum framework, the results of the annual research by RVC and the Institute of National Projects, devoted to studying socio-cultural factors of Russia's innovative development, were presented.
RVC, in association with the Sechenov University, conducted training for teachers of higher educational institutions-operators of a new course on the development of entrepreneurship in the medical technology sector.
The best projects will get the opportunity to launch a paid pilot and implement their solution within one of the largest retail chains with more than 250 hypermarkets and 135 supermarkets in more than 88 Russian cities.
Under the chairmanship of the Minister of Economic Development Maxim Reshetnikov and the Minister of Science and Higher Education Valery Falkov, a meeting of the Interdepartmental Working Group (IWG) on the development and implementation of the National Technology Initiative under the Government Commission for Economic Modernization and Innovative Development was held.
The RVC-based Cyber-Physical Systems Technical Committee, together with Kaspersky Lab, are submitting for public discussion a series of preliminary national standards that govern the essential components and definitions for IoT systems in Russia.
The concept competition results are summed up as "Up Great Security" aimed at creating "clean zones" during the coronavirus pandemic. The expert jury selected three winners from 55 applications, who will receive 100 thousand roubles each. The competition is organized within the framework of the National Technology Initiative.
The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation has supported the development of fundamental standards for artificial intelligence systems in clinical medicine. The initiator of their creation was the profile subcommittee called Artificial Intelligence in Health Care (ПК01 / ТК164), a member of the technical committee TK 164 Artificial Intelligence, based on the RVC.
The gathering of applications for the new accelerator will be opened until August 30. The most attractive projects will have the opportunity to collaborate with RZD, OJSC (Russian Railways) in the long term.
As many as 55 applications were received for participation in the competition of concepts aimed at creating “clean zones” during the coronavirus pandemic. The competition is organized as part of the National Technology Initiative.