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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.
On July 7, Ilya Kurmyshev, Director for Development of NTI Markets at RVC, spoke about programs to support high-tech companies at the session: Financing of Medium Enterprises: How Can Businesses Build Cooperation with Development Institutions, held as part of the Innoprom international industrial marathon.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation together with the NTI working group updated NTI Technet’s “Roadmap” for improving legislation and removing administrative barriers. The updating of the action plan was carried out with the organizational and technical support of RVC, which is the NTI Project Office.
The map contains an analysis of the activities of about 400 small and medium-sized companies in the field of creating and commercializing products and services based on end-to-end technologies of the digital economy in Russia. The fastest-growing technologies were artificial intelligence, big data, robotics, and sensorics.
According to the results of a competitive selection of leading research centers (PITs) conducted by order of the Ministry of Telecom and Mass Media of Russia with expert and analytical support of RVC within the framework of the “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation” national program, the National Research University — Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology (NIU MIET) — received grant support from the government for 300 million rubles.
The Technical Committee of TC 164 “Artificial Intelligence” created on the basis of the RVC, prepared and submitted for public discussion the first edition of the Standard — “Information Technologies. Big Data. Overview and Vocabulary”. The National Center for Digital Economy of Lomonosov Moscow State University and Institute of the Information Society developed the draft standard.
According to the results of the competitive selection of leading research centers (LRC) in the framework of the national program “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation”, which was carried out by the order of the Ministry of Communications of Russia with expert analytical support of RVC, ITMO University received grant support from RVC in the amount of 300 million roubles.
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.


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