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Primary school Čakovec is one of 60 schools from the Republic of Croatia that was selected to implement the innovative STEAM program of introducing artificial intelligence into the education system, organized by STEMI Lab and Infobipa.

Artificial intelligence is a technology that, with its accelerated development, facilitates the performance of our daily activities. Chatbot is one of the examples of application of artificial intelligence in communication. It is a computer program with which we communicate through almost all chat applications, and which provides help or access to the information we need in a quick and easy way, with a full conversational experience. Domestic IT company Infobip helps numerous business users around the world in their digital transformation precisely through one of its key software products, Answers - a platform for creating chatbots. Using the expertise and experience of Infobip's engineers and experts, we want to enable primary and secondary school students to step into the chatbot world and try their hand at creating their own chatbot.

Seven teams of students were formed who enthusiastically accepted a completely new and different challenge and readily set about creating their chatbots whose mission is to solve the 17 global goals of the United Nations for sustainable development by 2030.

SmartTech: Amalia Senčar, Lucija Žagar, Tesa Trbović, Paula Šalamon and Vita Vadlja

The future of the world: Eva Marčec and David Koštarić

LL2: Lovro Gašparić and Luka Zlatarek

Plan B: Nika Ivec, Ena Škvorc, David Sabo and Mihael Želežnjak

Æπ: Jan Blagus and Gabriel Murk

SkulOS 2.0: Matteo Demario Časni, Martin Krištofić and Marcel Vočanec

CityBot: Korana Drakulić, Roko Novinščak and Dominik Dukić

Mentor: Ivana Ružić

Creative Programming Club – regular extra-curricular classes for students of grades 4-5 of primary schools.  The activity was conducted throughout the 2022/23 school year by I Społeczna Szkoła im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość. Students took part in hands-on activities to understand the concept of AI, its application and AI related programming. Students of other primary schools in Zamość were invited to quarterly workshops, during which Erasmus+ ARTIE educational materials were used and disseminated.

In order to encourage students to think creatively and engage them in the creation of ideas and development of projects even in these challenging moments of social distancing, the School Book, the Institute for Innovation and the Scientific Center of Excellence for School Effectiveness and Management launched the Digital Student Incubator. The purpose of the digital student incubator is to actively encourage creative and abstract thinking, stimulate entrepreneurial spirit and value creation, educate students about creativity, innovation and starting projects, promote teamwork and togetherness within the class, enable students to show proactivity and responsibility in extracurricular activities.

More than 1,900 students from 160 schools from all over the Republic of Croatia participated in the Digital Student Incubator. 30 students of the first elementary school Čakovec readily accepted the challenge, developed and presented three entrepreneurial projects under the mentorship of teachers Silvija Martišek and Ivana Ružić. Potepuh is a project promoting active tourism in Međimurje, Geo Escape Room is an educational computer game that tests knowledge of geography, and Natural disaster survival is an educational computer game that teaches safe and responsible behavior during natural disasters.

For the developed entrepreneurial ideas and works of students, the 1st elementary school Čakovec won fourth place, and the Natural disaster survival project was declared the best student project. On Thursday, June 10, 2021, Filip Vrhovnik, the organizer of the competition, visited the first elementary school in Čakovec, met the students and their entrepreneurial ideas, and presented them with prizes and awards. The mayor of Čakovec, Mrs. Ljerka Cividini, also participated in the ceremony, who expressed her satisfaction and enthusiasm for the knowledge and skills of the students and encouraged and motivated them to further progress.

Robotics Club classes for students of grades 5-8 of I Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość.  The activity was conducted throughout the 2022/23 school year and based on Erasmus+ ARTIE educational materials for students and teachers. The activity involved peer-to-peer education in which students exchanged the outcomes of their work. The use of AI was elaborated on and promoted.

The first elementary school in Čakovec has been continuously celebrating the European Programming Week every autumn since 2014, when the European Commission launched an initiative to develop the digital competences of all EU citizens. European society is becoming multicultural and despite great differences in its history and diversity, it faces similar challenges. One of these challenges is to ensure a digitally mature society, with very well developed rapidly growing digital skills, education that will ensure the needs of future jobs and contribute to the development of a better and more responsible future with regard to cultural orientations, religions, social and economic status, or even age, sexual orientation etc.

Students of all ages and computer science teachers at our school, together with their partners across the EU, organized and conducted a series of activities celebrating creation with programming code. We readily accepted the challenge and joined the EU Code Week 4 All competition together with partner schools. Our school and all partner schools were awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Programming for their joint effort and work. We are especially proud to have been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Programming for the third year in a row.

The results of Erasmus+ ARTIE intellectual work were presented at the international scientific and professional conference CARNET Users Conference (1500 participants) in Šibenik, Croatia on October 25-28, 2022 by representatives of I Społeczna Szkoła im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość. The presentation 'International Cooperation Towards Digital Connectivity' and the conference publication contain links to the project results, thanks to which they have become easily accessible to all interested parties in many European countries, also outside the direct partnership of the Erasmus+ ARTIE project.

In the Republic of Croatia, at the end of November last year, a free online course on the basics of artificial intelligence - Elements of AI was launched, which has so far been enrolled by over 20 thousand participants. The education received great support from the academic and business community, and the Ministry of Science and Education, the Government of the Republic of Croatia and Prime Minister Andrej Plenković personally gave their support.

The 'AI School Challenge' competition was launched for students of all primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Croatia, the aim of which is to motivate students to actively participate in the Elements of AI online course and learn the basics of the technology that today enables the operation of an increasing number of various devices and services.

Čakovec First Primary School readily responded to the invitation of Carnet and the Ministry of Science and Education. A dozen employees of our school successfully completed the course and obtained the globally recognized and recognizable Elements of AI certificate, which is recognized and valued by employers in Croatia and other countries.

Students of the 8th and 7th grades under the guidance of teacher Ivana Ružić also participated in the online course and obtained Elements of AI certificates. All proud owners of the certificate will have the opportunity to participate in an exclusive lecture by a well-known Croatian innovator. Based on the number of participants who have successfully completed the course, in September our school will be declared an AI school and will receive an exclusive 'AI school' certificate.

We are proud of the new success of our school.

Our school has recognized the possibilities and potential of artificial intelligence in education and is the main coordinator in the international partnership for the development of innovations and the exchange of examples of good practice in education called Artificial Intelligence in Education - challenges and opportunities of the new era: development of a new curriculum, guide for educators and online course for students.

Also, the students of our school participate in the innovative STEAM project School of the Future, and IT teachers Ivana Vadlja and Ivana Ružić gave lectures at two national expert meetings called Problem solving using artificial intelligence and Machine learning, and a third lecture at the national expert meeting for teachers is coming up and computer science teachers organized by the Education Agency called Info@EDU, which will be held on June 28.

Representatives of I Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość, were invited to MIPRO 2022 Conference in Croatia organized by the Croatian Society for Information, Communication and Electronic Technology, where in May 2022 the results of Erasmus+ ARTIE project were presented. The presentation entitled ‘International Cooperation Towards Digital Transformation and Digital Ecosystems in Education’ contained detailed description of Erasmus+ ARTIE intellectual outputs and was included in the official program of the Conference. This made the ARTIE project results widely known and easily accessible. Conference website:

At the MIPRO 2021 international conference, the Computers in Education section, the 1st elementary school was represented by principal Siniša Stričak and computer science teacher Ivana Ružić, presenting two professional papers:

ARTIE: Artificial Intelligence in Primary Education - Challenges and Opportunities of the New Era: Development of Curriculum, Teacher's Manuals and Educational Materials for Students in Primary Education and

'CodeInnova' Teaching Programming in Primary School

The papers represent the project results of two international partnerships for the development of innovations in education:

ARTIE, whose main coordinator is the 1st elementary school Čakovec i

CodeInnova whose main coordinator is Zamojskie Towarzystwo Oświatowe.

A total of 352 scientific and professional papers by authors from thirty different countries were presented at the conference.

In March 2022 an online Conference for Teachers "Creative programming" in cooperation with the Foundation ‘Think’ was organised by I Społeczna Szkoła im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość. The participants could share their experiences related to broad aspects of Computer Science teaching. The use of Artificial Intelligence was supported by examples of activities from Erasmus+ ARTIE educational tools. 

CroAI, Agency 404 and the University of Zagreb in cooperation with Reaktor and the University of Helsinki presented Elements of AI in the spring of 2021 - a free online course on the basics of artificial intelligence.

Last year's eighth-grade students actively participated in the online course, studied, reflected, solved problems and contributed to the success of the Čakovec 1st elementary school, which became an AI-certified school. You can find more about the program and a list of all AI certified schools at the link.

In the Republic of Croatia, the artificial intelligence course was successfully completed by 713 participants from primary and secondary schools, and the following students from our school: Stjepan Ružić, Matija Molnar, Larisa Košak, Dea Levačić, Sara Marcus, Josip Džerdži, Leona Radek, Leon Ljušaj, Fran Medlobi , Nela Novak, Dario Radek, Tena Horvat and Ivano Rodek, finished the course among the first 200 students and were awarded with special t-shirts.

Representatives of I Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość, were invited to  MIPRO 2021 Conference in Croatia organized by the Croatian Society for Information, Communication and Electronic Technology, where in September 2021 the idea of the Erasmus+ ARTIE project was presented. This was an important step towards further creation and dissemination of the Erasmus+ ARTIE project results. Conference website:

CARNET's conference for users - CUC, which is celebrated every year, provides an opportunity for cooperation, exchange of information, knowledge and experience to all teachers, teachers and principals from primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Croatia. In addition to teachers, teachers and principals, the conference gathers members of the scientific and research community, professors at faculties, CARNET engineers and coordinators, as well as IT experts and entrepreneurs from the field of information and communication technology. CUC enables all participants to exchange information, experiences and knowledge related to information and communication technology and its use in education with an adaptation and pedagogical approach.

It has traditionally been held for many years, and this year around 1,000 participants gathered at the 23rd consecutive CARNET conference for users called "New opportunities", and the program was mostly dedicated to hybrid and flexible education, i.e. distance learning and technologies which help in the implementation of the same, the implementation of artificial intelligence in education and the application of technology for green and sustainable development in schools. The conference took place in the period from 27 to 29 October 2021. in the Sibenik Convention Center.

During the three days of the conference, many workshops, interactive presentations and panel discussions were held, through which participants gained new and improved existing knowledge and experience. Several workshops and interactive presentations were about artificial intelligence, which last year's eighth-grade students across Lijepa naše had the opportunity to get to know last school year by solving the free online course Elements of AI, which was launched by CroAI, Agency 404 and the University of Zagreb in cooperation with the Rector and the University of Zagreb. Helsinki. All participants actively participated, learned, reflected, solved problem tasks and applied what they had learned.

The course was completed by a total of 713 students from primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Croatia, and two schools from Međimurje County were among the best - Čakovec Primary School and Hodošan Primary School, which became AI certified schools and the students received commemorative t-shirts. In addition, the schools received an invitation from CARNET to participate in this year's user conference. Thus, the principal of the 1st elementary school Siniša Stričak and computer science teachers Ivana Ružić and Ivana Vadlja took part in the conference, and from the elementary school Hodošan principal Damir Kovačić and computer science teacher Jasminka Horvat participated in the conference.

They participated in interesting workshops and interactive presentations and returned full of interesting impressions and new and creative ideas for further work.

On November 11, 2020, an online professional meeting of the County Professional Council of IT teachers in primary schools in Međimurje County was held. About sixty participants, computer science teachers who teach computer science from 1st to 8th grade in Međimurje primary schools took part in the expert meeting. The meeting was attended by a senior informatics consultant from the Education Agency, prof. Nadica Kunštek, and they held lectures, workshops and examples of good practice.

Ph.D. Marina Čičin Šain from the Faculty of Economics in Rijeka and Ph.D. Snježana Babić from the Faculty of Informatics in Pula: Development of creative thinking using the didactic aid Mema
Danijel Forjan from Pantovčak Elementary School: Creating a digital picture book and digital collaboration in the Book Creator tool
M.Sc. sc. Tanja Oreški from Elementary School Orehovica: The importance of learning programming early
Maja Hižman from 1st elementary school Čakovec: First steps in first grade i
Ivana Ružić from 1st elementary school Čakovec: Artificial intelligence in primary education
We are especially proud of the active participation of all computer science teachers from our school who regularly receive professional training and contribute to the digital maturity of our school with their work.

After distance learning, the new academic year began in the classrooms to the joy of all students and teachers. The big news from this fall is the teaching of informatics in the lower grades of elementary school. From the 2020/2021 school year. it was introduced as an optional subject from the 1st grade.

One of the educational goals of learning and teaching the subject of informatics is to develop computational thinking, the ability to solve problems and programming skills, and this is why we joined the European Programming Week (EU Code Week) this year, for the eighth time in a row.


The largest and oldest school in Međimurje is one of the leading schools in Croatia in terms of the number of international partnerships funded by the European Commission from the Erasmus+ program. The new school year we started with a rich Erasmus+ portfolio with six successfully completed projects and ten active international strategic partnerships led by three coordinators: Helena Slamek, Ivana Ružić and Ela Vujnović. There are five newly approved international strategic partnerships that are starting to be implemented in the first elementary school in Čakovec.

In a school extremely rich in Erasmus+ experience, Erasmus+ days and e-Twinning week were celebrated and marked for the second year in a row. On that occasion, a number of activities were organized at the level of individual projects, at the school level and at the national level.

For the first time, our school organized a national-level virtual conference called "Erasmus+ Opportunities and Challenges" where representatives of about fifteen schools across Croatia, from Slavonia through central Croatia to the Imotski Krajina and Dubrovnik, presented their experiences, examples of good practice, activities and results of participation in Erasmus+ projects.

From November 19 to 29, 2020, the European Robotics Week was celebrated throughout the European Union. The European Robotics Week is an initiative launched in 2012 based in Brussels for all European robotics stakeholders. The aim of the initiative is to strengthen European competitiveness and ensure industrial leadership of manufacturers, suppliers and end users of systems and services based on robotic technology. Interest in robotics, programming and the general STEM field is developed and nurtured from an early age, so special importance is attached to the greatest possible involvement of educational institutions.

Our School actively participated in the celebration of the European Robotics Week and thus once again highlighted the importance of developing digital and STEM skills. We marked the European week of robotics with a series of workshops on making and programming Lego Spike Prime, Lego WeDo 2.0, Ozobotova, BlueBotova, and Sphero BB-8 robots.

School continuously develops and nurtures the importance of robotics, programming and general STEM fields at the local, national and international level, achieving cooperation with the Croatian Robotics Association, and with schools and educational institutions across the EU through Erasmus+ projects: ARTIE, CodeInnova, Computational thinking and coding - Literacy of the Future, CloCoMedia, iPads School Learning for the Future etc.

The School's students achieve excellent results in various national level competitions, for example first place in the national finals of the World Robotic Olympiad, etc. What is an additional incentive and motivation for the students and their mentors who are preparing intensively for the World Robotic Olympiad and First Lego League competitions these days.

The robotics workshops were organized by Branko Vujnović, technical culture teachers and IT teachers Maja Hižman, Sanja Murk, Ivana Ružić and Ivana Vadlja.

This year's Innovation Day (17.6.2023.) once again provided a different type of classroom - one filled with joy, excitement, laughter, and unity. The event brought together students, teachers, technology companies, entrepreneurs, and industry experts. A total of 700 people attended, over 500 of whom were students and teachers. Over three floors of the campus, 27 companies, associations, universities, and schools showcased their tech products and accomplishments at this year's expo. Croatian Robotic Association's expo zone was visited by many visitors interested in AI in education.

From November 25 to 27, 2021, the international conference EDUvision 2021 will be held. The conference gathers educational experts from the entire region, originally held in Ljubljana, and due to the pandemic, it is held online.

Principal Siniša Stričak and computer science teacher Ivana Ružić actively participated in the conference and presented a professional paper entitled Artificial intelligence in primary school education - challenges and opportunities, which represents the implementation of project activities and the development of intellectual results in the international partnership for the development of innovations Erasmus+ Artificial Intelligence in Education - challenges and opportunities of the new era: development of a new curriculum, guide for educators and online course for students.

First Primary School Čakovec was recognized as one of the five digitally mature schools in the Republic of Croatia. The path of development to a digitally mature school was presented by principal Siniša Stričak at a round table titled Using information and communication technology in education, led by Dr. sc. Matija Varga.

In Garešnica, on October 18 and 19, 2022, the workshop "ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EDUCATION" of the Croatian Robotics Association (Croatian Robotics Association HROBOS) was held in cooperation with the IT Club VIRUS Kapelica, Željko Krnjajić, from the Croatian Robotics Association, led the workshop. This workshop was attended by 7 kids and 3 mentors. Using AI robots and algorithms for the first time was a new experience for them.

On May 9, Europe Day is celebrated, on the occasion of which a number of activities and festivals take place throughout Europe. The central celebration in Croatia was held in the House of Europe in Zagreb, and representatives of our school participated in it; students Sana Cimerman, Rahela Dukić, Nikola Dolenec, Martin Krištofić and Saša Ovčarić, principal Siniša Stričak and IT teacher Ivana Ružić.

The year 2023 has been declared the year of skills. The development of digital ones is especially important. On this occasion, the students of our school presented how they develop them. Sana and Rahela presented their Lego robot, Martina's software work The Lab, and Saša and Nikola the multi-player online game Golf 2, which was chosen as the best software work of elementary school students at the national computer science competition. Siniša Stričak and Ivana Ružić presented the path development of digital competences by participating in international projects, and in particular they presented experiences, project results and examples of good practice of the Erasmus+ project ARTIE - artificial intelligence in primary school education, opportunities and possibilities.

An artificial intelligence workshop was held in Pula on Saturday, 26.11.2022. Teachers and educators used the HuskyLens camera to recognize faces and objects. They learned about the MaquenPlus V2 robot and MindPlus program and developed programs for line tracking and object tracking with the UI camera. The workshop was extremely well received by the participants.

On June 17, 2023, the Day of Innovation was organized in Infobip's impressive innovation center Alpha Centauri in Zagreb, organized by the STEMI School of the Future. The school of the future is a year-long project organized by STEMI, and this school year brought together more than 4,000 students and more than 400 teachers from all over the Republic of Croatia to develop chatbots, build and program robots, grow smart gardens and work on augmented reality projects. On the Innovation Day, the best student works were presented and awarded, and all students had the opportunity to learn about and use advanced technology that uses artificial intelligence, such as various impressive robots, drones, enticing games, etc. Our school is actively participating in the School of the Future project for the third year and provides students with the opportunity to learn and learn using the latest technologies. Our youngest and excellent roboticists Rahela, Eugen, Max and Vito participated in this event and full of positive impressions are already developing their projects for the next school year.

At the Dubrovnik Youth Center on Saturday, 19.11.2022, we held a workshop with practical examples of using artificial intelligence as part of Robo.Du Day 2022. The workshop was led by Željko Krnjajić. One mentor and 11 children attended the workshop. Kids and mentors enjoyed the workshop because they were able to work with advanced robots like Maqueen plus with HuskyLens AI cameras. During the workshop, we also gained valuable insight into the learning scenarios developed for this project.

The young roboticists of our school visited the robot exhibition "World of Robots" and got to know the latest humanoid robots, expensive - trial - robot toys, transformers, a remote control soccer ball, loading robots, drawing robot hands, 3D printers, and they were especially delighted by the original movie relics such as Iron Man, R2D2, Terminator, C3PO and many other robot concepts, robot animals and extraordinary innovations related to digital culture and even a robot concept walking on Mars.

At the Carnet Users Conference 2022 in Šibenik, we presented practical examples of the Maqueen plus robots equipped with HuskyLens AI cameras. The workshop was led by Željko Krnjajić and Janko Radigović. The workshop was attended by 30 teachers and educators. The workshop was valuable because the teachers provided us with feedback about the learning scenarios.

Representatives of I Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość, were invited to the MIPRO 2023 Conference in Croatia organized by the Croatian Society for Information, Communication and Electronic Technology, where in May 2023 the results of the Erasmus+ ARTIE project were presented. The presentation entitled ‘International Cooperation for Digital Innovations in Primary Schools’ was included in the official program and publications of the Conference. Thanks to this, everyone interested in the subject of Artificial Intelligence in education has unlimited access to the Erasmus+ ARTIE didactic database. Conference website:

At the Carnet Users Conference 2022 in Šibenik, we presented practical examples of the Maqueen plus robots equipped with HuskyLens AI cameras. The workshop was led by Željko Krnjajić and Janko Radigović. The workshop was attended by 30 teachers and educators. The workshop was valuable because the teachers provided us with feedback about the learning scenarios.

I Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Unii Europejskiej in Zamość hosted a workshop on the use of Artificial Intelligence in IT related fields. The workshop was addressed at advanced students (aged 13-16). The main topic was programming, including Machine Learning, and the interconnection with Artificial Intelligence. The workshop took place in February 2023.

The Croatian Robotics Association presented its accomplishments at Maker Faire Zagreb, 1-2. October 2022. The exhibition showcased a wide variety of maker products and other services from successful makers and innovators from all over Croatia, attracting more than 1000 visitors. This was another great opportunity to introduce the Erasmus+ project. Practical AI projects were presented in a simple manner that impressed everyone. 

A Light-Controlled Robot - an example of a Computer Science lesson for younger students of primary schools. The lessons conducted quarterly in the school year 2022/23 for groups of primary school students from Zamość municipality and LED by teachers of  I Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość. The teachers made use of Erasmus+ ARTIE project results and the students learned about the practical use of AI.

As a result of IO 3, 17 learning scenarios were covered by educational videos and quizzes. On the Croatian Robotic Association YouTube channel, you can find 11 educational videos: Our videos are created using OBS screen recorder, mixed with live videos, and edited in Filmora.

AI TTS from is used for voiceover. All videos have subtitles in English.

Online workshops for teachers – Micro:bit (November 2022). Teachers of primary and secondary schools  together with AI and Programming experts of UMCS University Lublin took part. The idea of introducing AI to school curricula was discussed, with special emphasis on the Micro:bit based activities. Erasmus+ ARTIE project was presented and discussed.

The Croatian Robotics Association presented the ARTIE project achievements at I3G Innovation Fair in Ivanić-Grad, 19-20. May 2022. The I3G Innovation Fair was launched in 2014 as a platform for the development of innovative thinking and approaches to product design. A total of over 190 exhibitors from 50 institutions participated in the exhibition, showcasing innovative products and services from entrepreneurs and educational institutions from all over Croatia. This was an excellent opportunity to introduce Erasmus+. Visitors to the Fair were impressed with this innovative approach to AI in education, and the Fair's organizing committee awarded us a bronze medal. 

WINTER HOLIDAY AT SCHOOL CAMPAIGN (February 2022, January 2023) – Robotics Workshops for primary school students. Students od primary schools in Zamość, Poland took part. They learned about the use of AI, constructed robot-like devices and learned how to program them. Concepts of AI were presented in a student-friendly way to encourage young learners to make familiar with AI benefits and applications. The Campaign was implemented under the activities of Erasmus+ ARTIE Project.

Our workshop on artificial intelligence was held at the Dubrovnik Youth Center on Saturday, 11.12.2021, as part of Robo.Du Day 2021. Using block-based applications that simplify complex tasks, young people from Dubrovnik learned face and object recognition algorithms and voice recognition. The workshop was led by Željko Krnjajić. The workshop was attended by 13 children and one mentor. Workshop participants provided us with useful information about the learning scenarios developed for this project.

Robotics for Young Learners - regular extra-curricular classes for very young students of grades 3-4-5 of primary school.  The activity was conducted throughout the 2021/2022 and 2022/23 school years by I Społeczna Szkoła im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość. Students understood the concept of simple algorithms, learned simple programming languages, built simple devices.  The concept of AI was promoted, the primary school teachers took part in providing feedback and made use of newly created Erasmus+ ARTIE educational materials. 

A total of 17 learning scenarios with practical examples have been developed for older students (13-16). We researched and selected suitable hardware and software available on the market.

In May 2022 an online workshop for primary and high school students on the use of AI in running a business was hosted by I Społeczna Szkoła im. Unii Europejskiej, Zamość. The meeting was led by Mr Mateusz Pawełczuk - AIDA CEO. AIDA Diagnostics is a startup operating in the MedTech industry with the goal to base blood management on Artificial Intelligence algorithms. The connection to Erasmus+ ARTIE topic on the use of AI gave students a practical insight to its application in business. Students of primary and high schools from Zamość, together with their IT teachers participated in the meeting. The meeting was available online for interested participants.