BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Services Publics de Wallonie//Geoportail 1.0//EN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Géoportail de la Wallonie X-WR-TIMEZONE:Romance Standard Time BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Romance Standard Time X-LIC-LOCATION:Romance Standard Time BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:16011028T030000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=-1SU;BYMONTH=10 TZOFFSETFROM:+0200 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:16010325T020000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=-1SU;BYMONTH=3 TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0200 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20211018T070000Z DTEND:20221018T070000Z UID:cab9a45a-4c2f-43eb-ac21-cb055d4cb9ea CREATED:20210910T064840Z DESCRIPTION:What does the MOOC cover? \n\n The MOOC, AI for Earth Monitoring, will introduce participants to both the Copernicus Programme and AI and machine learning (as a subset of AI), with hands-on practical examples using ocean, atmosphere, terrestrial and climate data. \n\n The course has been structured to be completed within six weeks, but it can be followed at the learners’ own pace. The first week of the MOOC serves as an introduction to Copernicus data and services and the WEkEO platform, which provides easy access to all Copernicus environmental data. It is followed by a week dedicated to AI and machine learning techniques that will then be put into practice in four subsequent thematical weeks covering oceans, the atmosphere, terrestrial and climate data. \n\n This forward-thinking MOOC is hosted on the FutureLearn platform and consists of short interviews with leading experts in machine learning and Earth monitoring, as well as companies using machine learning techniques with Copernicus data. With more than 40 contributors, the course will give participants a new and timely overview of the latest advances and techniques in machine learning and Earth observation and monitoring. \n\n How long does the MOOC take to complete? \n\n The course is structured to be followed over the course of six weeks — allowing 3–4 hours of study a week — but it will be available on FutureLearn for an entire year from the starting date of 18 October 2021. Once participants are registered for the course, they will be able to freely access all the material to follow the course and work with the Jupyter notebooks. The only cost of the MOOC exists for those participants who would like to receive an optional certificate of completion from FutureLearn, which is delivered against a fee of 25 euro. \n\n Who has organised the MOOC? \n\n The MOOC is funded by the European Commission’s Copernicus Programme and has been developed as a joint project with EUMETSAT, ECMWF, Mercator Ocean International and the EEA. These organisations also operate the Copernicus WEkEO platform. \n\n Join the MOOC \n\n   \n X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

What does the MOOC cover?

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The MOOC, AI for Earth Monitoring, will introduce participants to both the Copernicus Programme and AI and machine learning (as a subset of AI), with hands-on practical examples using ocean, atmosphere, terrestrial and climate data.

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The course has been structured to be completed within six weeks, but it can be followed at the learners’ own pace. The first week of the MOOC serves as an introduction to Copernicus data and services and the WEkEO platform, which provides easy access to all Copernicus environmental data. It is followed by a week dedicated to AI and machine learning techniques that will then be put into practice in four subsequent thematical weeks covering oceans, the atmosphere, terrestrial and climate data.

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This forward-thinking MOOC is hosted on the FutureLearn platform and consists of short interviews with leading experts in machine learning and Earth monitoring, as well as companies using machine learning techniques with Copernicus data. With more than 40 contributors, the course will give participants a new and timely overview of the latest advances and techniques in machine learning and Earth observation and monitoring.

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How long does the MOOC take to complete?

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The course is structured to be followed over the course of six weeks — allowing 3–4 hours of study a week — but it will be available on FutureLearn for an entire year from the starting date of 18 October 2021. Once participants are registered for the course, they will be able to freely access all the material to follow the course and work with the Jupyter notebooks. The only cost of the MOOC exists for those participants who would like to receive an optional certificate of completion from FutureLearn, which is delivered against a fee of 25 euro.

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Who has organised the MOOC?

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The MOOC is funded by the European Commission’s Copernicus Programme and has been developed as a joint project with EUMETSAT, ECMWF, Mercator Ocean International and the EEA. These organisations also operate the Copernicus WEkEO platform.

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Join the MOOC

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