On October 20, the competence platform KI.NRW in cooperation with the ML2R will present basics, methods and potentials of automated analysis and processing of documents. Within the framework of the digital exchange format »AI2GO«, experts will provide insights into the research field of Cognitive Process Automation and show examples of its application in practice.
Scientific excellence and transnational exchange characterized the meeting of the ML2R’s Steering Board, the scientific advisory board of the Competence Center ML2R. The Steering Board integrates the ML2R into a network of outstanding, world-renowned researchers in the fields of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.
Exchange and knowledge transfer on the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) were the focus of the Intelligent Future Days 2020, a three-day event co-organized by the ML2R Competence Center, which brought together more than 250 participants from research, business and politics.
Quantum computers will profoundly change Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. In a study, experts explain how quantum computing works and which basic concepts and technologies are being used.
Knowledge transfer, exchange, networking: The Intelligent Future Days 2020 bring together industry and research in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The online event, which takes place from 9 to 11 September 2020, offers an interdisciplinary program with lectures, workshops, Q&A sessions and success stories.
This year’s collaborative Summer School will provide you with an insight into the latest research in Machine Learning, with a twist on resource-awareness of methods and algorithms. The online event, taking place between August 31 and September 4, 2020, will feature a mixture of pre-recorded and live sessions.
The Learning Systems platform, Germany’s platform for Artificial Intelligence, publishes an impulse paper that discusses potentials and challenges for AI certification in order to promote the development of trustworthy AI systems “made in Europe”.
In the latest issue of the Handelsblatt Journal “Artificial Intelligence”, Prof. Dr. Katharina Morik addresses the question: How do we achieve AI excellence in Germany? In a guest article, Morik calls for the expansion of AI professorships as the foundation for the systematic strengthening of AI competence centers.