The number of Try-Do Technology Workshops is increasing


Monday, 28 June 2021 – 17:08 | Last Updated : 28 06 2021 – 17:08

TUBITAK President Prof. Dr. Hasan Mandal stated that 36 more will be added to the Try Yap Technology Workshops, which are currently 30 throughout Turkey, and that the number of workshops is planned to be completed to 100 in 2022.

TUBITAK President Prof. Dr. Mandal, in his speech at the Artificial Intelligence Applications in Education Congress held at Harran University (HRU) in Şanlıurfa, said that changes in artificial intelligence in education began to occur more rapidly with the Kovid-19 process.

Emphasizing that there is a period of rapid interaction in every field, Mandal said that more personalized trainings are starting to come to the fore in the education system.

Reminding that they implemented the Try-Do-Technology Workshop Project throughout Turkey with the partnership of the Turkish Technologies Team Foundation upon the instruction of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Hasan Mandal said, “We find the Try-Do-Technology Workshops very valuable. Currently, we have 30 try-and-make workshops across Turkey, and 36 more workshops this year. The number of workshops will be completed in 81 provinces to 100 in 2022. The students here will be the technology stars of the future. Our students are specially trained in robotic intelligence and coding. As TÜBİTAK, we try to be in the technology process with our students and researchers. Our goal is to be qualified people of the future. resource development. he said.

“We also started a support program in the social and human fields”

Mandal stated that they care about learning about the artificial intelligence model, and that they have carried out many online programs on artificial intelligence with different universities in Turkey during the Kovid-19 process.

Stating that they have started a new support program as TÜBİTAK, Prof. Dr. Mandal said:

“We have a lot of projects and programs we support. Learning processes have accelerated with digitalization in the Kovid-19 process. When TÜBİTAK is mentioned, more science comes to mind, but we have now started a new support program in the social and human fields. The program will start from July. In social and human sciences. We will care about and support issues that will create an impact beyond depth and benefit.”

At the congress, AK Party Şanlıurfa Deputy Zemzem Gülender Açanal, Manisa Celal Bayar University Rector Prof. Dr. Ahmet Ataç, HRU Rector Prof. Dr. Sabri Çelik and Şanlıurfa National Education Director İsmail Yapıcıer also gave speeches on the meaning and importance of the congress.

In the congress, which is planned to continue for three more days, academicians from different universities in Turkey will share their research and studies on artificial intelligence with the participants.