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#22 Cyber Security Talks Bulgaria – Quantum Night

#22 Cyber Security Talks Bulgaria – Quantum Night

07.02.2024 |

Quantum computers are a technology we’ve been hearing about for years. The claims about the danger they pose to the modern cryptographic algorithms that currently support cyberspace are enough to chill the blood of any information security specialist. But do we know what quantum computing is and why it poses such a danger? When will the quantum era arrive, and will it bring the end of cryptography as we know it?

These are some of the questions that will be discussed at the next Cyber Security Talks Bulgaria – Quantum Night on February 13th.

Event schedule:

  • 18:30 – 19:00 – Registration Doors open at 18:30.
  • 19:00 – 19:05 – Opening
  • 19:05 – 19:15 – Keynote by Antivirus BG
  • 19:15 – 19:45 – What is quantum computing and why is it dangerous? Ivan Angelov – Software Developer and Quantum Computing Practitioner
  • 19:45 – 20:20 – Post-quantum cryptography and cybersecurity Eng. Yanko Spasov – IT and Information Security Consultant at “Antivirus BG” Ltd. Eng. Alexander Atanasov – General Manager, Lead Consultant at HEIC
  • 20:20 – 20:30 – Closing of the official part
  • 20:30 – 22:00 – Networking

Admission is free, but pre-registration is required.



Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital technology


The best AI tools for education

The best AI tools for education

05.02.2024 |

Most of the discussions about artificial intelligence (AI) tools are often focused on business, but there is immense potential for AI to dramatically improve our educational systems. This is one of the most effective tools that teachers can have at their disposal, often relieving them of administrative burdens. These technologies will not replace teachers but rather allow them to allocate more time to student learning.

AI is rapidly growing in the education sector and is becoming a global billion-dollar market. This rapid growth is due to its ability to transform many aspects of teaching and learning processes. AI can create engaging virtual learning environments, generate “intelligent content,” alleviate language barriers, bridge gaps between learning and teaching, create specialized plans for each student, and much more.

Many innovative companies are creating AI tools to achieve these results. Let’s look at some of the best AI tools for education:

  1. Gradescope

What is Gradescope?

Gradescope’s AI tool allows students to evaluate each other while providing feedback simultaneously, which often consumes a lot of time without AI technology. Gradescope relies on a combination of machine learning (ML) and AI for easier grading, saving time and energy.

By outsourcing these tasks to external evaluators, teachers can focus on more important tasks. Gradescope can be used by teachers to grade paper exams and online assignments, as well as to prepare projects in one place.

Here are some key features of Gradescope:

  • AI-assisted and manually grouped questions
  • Time extensions specific to students
  • Grading with AI assistance
  • Improved efficiency and fairness

Fetchy is a generative AI-based platform created specifically for teachers. It empowers teachers to unleash their full teaching potential by simplifying and streamlining the myriad tasks they face, including creating engaging lessons, generating newsletters, crafting professional emails, and more. By harnessing the power of AI, Fetchy enables teachers to enhance their teaching methods, optimize time management, and make confident and informed decisions.

Fetchy specializes in personalizing generated language to meet teachers’ requirements without requiring them to formulate complex prompts. When using Fetchy’s personalized solutions, teachers can expect tailored results that align with their specific educational needs.

  • Generate lesson plans
  • Review history from multiple perspectives
  • Find mathematical or scientific experiments
  1. Nuance

Located in Burlington, Massachusetts, Nuance provides speech recognition software that can be used by both students and teachers. The company’s Dragon Speech Recognition product can transcribe up to 160 words per minute, aiding students who have difficulty writing or typing. The tool also supports verbal commands for document navigation, which is essential for students with accessibility needs.

Dragon offers many more features, including the ability to dictate lesson plans, curriculum, worksheets, reading lists, and more at speeds three times faster than typing, all while achieving 99% accuracy.

Here are some key features of Nuance’s Dragon:

  • Accessibility features supporting verbal commands
  • Voice assessment of students’ work
  • Dictate work in class with 99% accuracy

You can find the top 10 AI tools for education here.



Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital skills in education

Digital technology

Artificial Intelligence

Digital Skills