Taymanov, Roald Evgenyevich Head of Laboratory for Metrological Support of Computerized Sensors and Measuring Systems, the D.I. Mendeleev Institute for Metrology (VNIIM)—Representative in TC 164 Artificial Intelligence, Member of IMEKO TC7 Measurement Science, Full Member of the Metrological Academy, Member of IMEKO TC7 Measurement Science, Saint-Petersburg, Russia email@example.com
Sapozhnikova, Kseniia Vsevolodovna Deputy Head of Laboratory for Metrological Support of Computerized Sensors and Measuring Systems, the D.I. Mendeleev Institute for Metrology (VNIIM), Corresponding member of the Metrological Academy, member of IMEKO TC7 Measurement Science, Saint-Petersburg, Russia firstname.lastname@example.org
Ignatkovich, Alexey Sergeevich Head of Public Relations Department, the D.I. Mendeleev Institute for Metrology (VNIIM), Coordinator of the Rosstandart—Federal Technical Regulation and Metrology Agency of the Russian Federation’s Metrology Education Cluster, Saint-Petersburg, Russia email@example.com
Abstract The artificial intelligence’s prospects will lead—according to expert assessments—to the elimination of hundreds million jobs over the next decade as they are transferred to automated devices. The increasing of the competitiveness of humans vis-à-vis robots is now relevant. The challenge’s answer can be found on the basis of measuring the human creative abilities and their intensive development in priority fields. The providing of methods here requires the cooperation of metrologists, neurophysiologists, psychologists, & IT specialists with testing the above-mentioned methods’ effectiveness on a statistically significant sample. So, the work in this field has been started at the D.I. Mendeleyev Institute for Metrology (VNIIM). As an experimental base, the Metrology Education Cluster was established; it included kindergartens, schools, universities, as well as enterprises and institutions. The report discusses the first steps in this perspective research.
Keywords: measurement & assessment, creativity, research activities, Metrology Education Cluster