Session 4, Room 108-4

Teaching with a teacher: from the construction of a classification algorithm to the identification of hidden interpreted patterns
Rodchenko Vadim, Ph.D. in Techn. Sciences, Associate Professor, Grodno, Belarus
Principles of construction of intelligent speech assistants on the basis of an open semantic technology
Zakhariev Vadim, Ph.D. in Techn. Sciences, Minsk, Belarus
Shunkevich Daniil, Ph.D. in Techn. Sciences, Minsk, Belarus

Session 5, Room 108-4

Review of the OSTIS technology in the context of the development of fuzzy systems
Romanov Anton, Ph.D. in Techn. Sciences, Associate Professor, Ulyanovsk, Russia
Prospects for the development of semantic representations based on the trends of neuroinformatics
Kharlamov Alexander, Doctor of Techn. Sciences, Moscow, Russia
IntonTrainer software package for studying Belarusian intonation
Zenovko E., Minsk, Belarus
Current state of development and use of the system “IntonTainer”
Lobanov Boris, Doctor of Techn. Sciences, Professor, Minsk, Belarus

At 16:00, a solemn meeting dedicated to the anniversary of the opening of the specialty “Artificial Intelligence” in the Republic of Belarus was held.

The Department of Intelligent Systems was opened in 1995 to train students in the specialty “Artificial Intelligence”. In 1998, it was renamed into the Department of Intelligent Information Technologies (IIT). In the period from 1998 to 2001, the IIT Department organized and conducted four Braslav International schools-seminars on artificial intelligence for students and graduate students with the participation of leading scientists from the CIS in this field of Computer science. In February 2010, the OSTIS project was opened, which has been successfully developing and attracting more and more scientists for the past 10 years.

Since the foundation of the Department of IIT and for 24 years, it was headed by the Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences Vladimir Golenkov. Today the head is his student, a graduate of BSUIR, Ph.D. in Computer Sciences Daniil Shunkevich.

Colleagues, students, graduates, and like-minded people came to congratulate the staff of the department.

During the meeting, words of gratitude and congratulations were addressed to the teachers, and the participants shared their memories of how the department has been developing over the years with Russian guests, representatives of the Joint Institute for Informatics Problems of the NAS of Belarus, as well as with graduates of different years including first-time students of the department and graduates of the year 2000.