Estonian House Crystal Hall
958 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
Monday, April 30th, 2018 at 7:30 PM
Matters to be dealt with at the meeting include the re-election of directors with terms that are set to expire and the appointment of external auditors.
The agenda for the meeting will be as follows:
2. Adoption of the Agenda
3. Confirmation of the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting
4. Report of the Chair, Board of Directors
5. Report of the Chief Executive Officer
6. Report of the Audit Committee
7. Report of the Auditor
8. New Business;
b) Appointment of the Auditors
c) Other Business that is properly brought to the attention of the Board of Directors
10. ECU-Ekbaum Scholarship Awards
Copies of the financial statements and the reports of the audit committee and the auditor will be available for inspection at the meeting and at the offices of the Credit Union at any time before the date of the meeting during regular business hours.
The Government Office and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications will launch a cross-sectoral project to analyse and prepare the implementation of artificial intelligences, or so-called kratts, as well as develop a test environment in Estonia.
The expert group to be created will prepare a bill to allow the use of kratts, i.e. fully autonomous information systems, in all areas of life and to ensure the clarity of the judicial area as well as required supervision.
The expert group will also develop an artificial intelligence strategy for Estonia, which will describe the most useful types of kratts and their use in both the public and private sector as well as measures for promoting the implementation of kratts.
“Even though most of the currently used artificial intelligence applications are not very complex, we can already clearly see that significant changes will take place over the next few years,” said Marten Kaevats, Adviser of the Strategy Unit of the Government Office.