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Nokia chairman goes back to school to learn more about AI

Risto Siilasmaa, 51, said he signed up this summer for online courses on AI programming run by Stanford University

Jussi Rosendahl | Reuters  |  Helsinki 

He runs a company that is a byword for technological innovation — but Nokia’s chairman had no qualms about going back to school to learn more about artificial intelligence (AI). Risto Siilasmaa, 51, said he signed up this summer for online courses on AI programming run by Stanford University. “I realised that I don’t have deep enough knowledge on this phenomenon... Now I’m back studying programming after 30 years,” he told Reuters on Friday by email. “I do not want to become an AI programmer. I want to deeply understand the abilities and ...

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First Published: Sun, October 08 2017. 01:23 IST
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