KABADA state of the art: interview with Janis Hermanis

The ultimate goal of the KABADA project is to create artificial intelligence for the evaluation of business ideas and offer new opportunities to develop the practical application of entrepreneurial skills, in particular, it will improve decision making in relation to the adoption of new ideas leading to innovations.

With the development of this tool, a new, innovative and multidisciplinary approach to teaching business/entrepreneurship will in fact be created, as the system developed will become part of the curriculum. It will also facilitate the exchange, flow, and co-creation of knowledge, as the system will be appropriate for use in multiple educational sectors and will provide opportunities to use specific knowledge (e.g. engineering, physics, medicine) in new business ideas. The main goal is to decrease the rate of business failure, the possibility of financial difficulties and to increase the number of successful entrepreneurs.

To learn more about the KABADA project and its goals, we thought we’d create a series of mini video interviews with coordinator Janis Hermanis who talks about the project, the state of the art, and the benefits it will bring.

In this second interview, Janis updates on what is the current state of the art, and what the partners have done so far. Janis shows also an anticipation of the different sections of the tool providing a practical example of how it works.

KABADA state of the art: interview with Janis Hermanis
July 15, 2021 11:21 am
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The ultimate goal of the KABADA project is to create artificial intelligence for the evaluation of business ideas and offer new opportunities to develop the practical application of entrepreneurial skills, in particular, it will improve decision making in relation to the adoption of new ideas leading to innovations.

With the development of this tool, a new, innovative and multidisciplinary approach to teaching business/entrepreneurship will in fact be created, as the system developed will become part of the curriculum. It will also facilitate the exchange, flow, and co-creation of knowledge, as the system will be appropriate for use in multiple educational sectors and will provide opportunities to use specific knowledge (e.g. engineering, physics, medicine) in new business ideas. The main goal is to decrease the rate of business failure, the possibility of financial difficulties and to increase the number of successful entrepreneurs.

To learn more about the KABADA project and its goals, we thought we’d create a series of mini video interviews with coordinator Janis Hermanis who talks about the project, the state of the art, and the benefits it will bring.

In this second interview, Janis updates on what is the current state of the art, and what the partners have done so far. Janis shows also an anticipation of the different sections of the tool providing a practical example of how it works.