We are building the next-gen Estonian e-government and supporting the public sector’s artificial intelligence take-up

“The role model for governments should be Estonia, a country where almost every bureaucratic task can be done online.” – The New York Times.

We used AI to make X-Road services even better!

How we improved the overview of the museum’s common repositories.

We helped to increase the quality of research conducted in Estonia.


Dashboard showing costs of specialist medical care in Estonia

More public sector AI use cases

  • Predicting the stability of museum artifacts and image analysis of historical photos and documents for Estonian National Heritage Board.
  • Check the medical products naming conventions and risk model of an infringement of pharmacy pricing agreements for the Agency of Medicines.
  • Woodcut output predictions and work planning automation for the State Forest Management Centre.
  • Text analytics toolkit created by STACC and Texta OÜ used by several state institutions to improve the efficiency of their work processes and to automate routine activities.
  • AI trainings for the Supreme Court of Estonia, the Information System Authority and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


X-Road Metrics Networking Visualization Instance

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Our proven approach

“The cooperation, its intensity and quality were at a very high level and it continues to be a role model for other (RIA) projects. STACC’s participants took part in the project actively, presented their proposals for additional functionalities that were suitable with the project’s schedule and budget. I feel happy and recommend it!“

Toomas Möder, project manager at RIA

AI creates plays: How did STACC make robots to write, and act plays inspired by Chekhov?

Did you know that robots aren’t just made for scrubbing the floors and other types of dirty work? They can be used to do lots of other exciting things, like theatre. To break the cult of robots scrubbing floors and mowing lawns, MEDIT researcher Liina Keevallik took it upon herself to do something particularly cultural and beautiful with robots – robot theatre.