Fraunhofer IPA has made artificial intelligence (AI) one of its key topics and has greatly expanded its consulting, funding and implementation services. These include feasibility studies, quick checks and workshops, as well as the development of complex technical manufacturing modules based on machine learning (ML).
Project formats range from short-term, compact studies on particular issues to long-term strategic cooperations. Further activities include lectures, training courses and publications.
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|Date||Event||Lecture title / topic||Speaker / exhibit||Brief description||Organizer|
|05.-07.10.2021||Data Scientist Specialized in Deep Learning (in German)||Prof. Dr. Marco Huber||You will learn current machine learning and deep learning methods and deepen your knowledge in an application area.||Fraunhofer-Allianz Big Data und Künstliche Intelligenz|
|Dr. Andreas Bildstein, Tobias Eusterwiemann||The Fraunhofer IPA offers a webinar series on the application of AI in SMEs for the Mittelstand 4.0 Competence Centre Stuttgart. In it, the AI trainers of the Competence Center show you how you can achieve an increase in productivity in your company with the help of artificial intelligence.||Mittelstand 4.0 Kompetenzzentrum Stuttgart|
|19.10.2021||KI zwischen Mythos und Realität (in German)||Potenziale und Grenzen des maschinellen Lernens in produzierenden Unternehmen||Prof. Dr. Marco Huber||How can social partners promote the introduction of "artificial intelligence" and algorithmic decision-making systems in the company in a design-oriented manner? How can the strengthening of design competence be facilitated? The workshop aims to provide answers to these questions for company users.||Allianz Industrie 4.0 Baden-Württemberg|
|28.10.2021||Biointelligence Lecture Series (in German)||Artificial Intelligence: Do Machines Learn Like Humans?||Prof. Dr. Marco Huber||The decisive challenge in the 21st century is to reconcile prosperity and resource consumption. Sustainable value creation without loss of prosperity requires production methods modeled on nature with the technologies of tomorrow: the Biological Transformation should make it possible.||Württembergische Landesbibliothek|
|08.-10.11.2021||Data Scientist Specialized in Big Data Analytics (in German)||Prof. Dr. Marco Huber||You will learn current machine learning and deep learning methods and deepen your knowledge in an application area.||Fraunhofer-Allianz Big Data und Künstliche Intelligenz|
Dr. Andreas Bildstein,
|The Fraunhofer IPA offers a webinar series on the application of AI in SMEs for the Mittelstand 4.0 Competence Centre Stuttgart. In it, the AI trainers of the Competence Center show you how you can achieve an increase in productivity in your company with the help of artificial intelligence.||Mittelstand 4.0 Kompetenzzentrum Stuttgart|
||Cognitive Robotics (2021) (in German)||Kilian Kleeberger, M.Sc.
||In the training you will acquire knowledge in different learning methods and their possible applications for learning robots based on numerous practical examples. The lectures are held in German and the course material is provided in English.||Online Schulung|
||»KI-Kongress: Smarte Maschinen im Einsatz« (in German)
||How do you make artificial intelligence robust, transparent and explainable?
||Prof. Dr. Marco Huber (Fraunhofer IPA),
Dr. Werner Kraus (Fraunhofer IPA),
Dr. Anna Christmann (KI-Enquete-Kommission),
Vanessa Cann (KI-Bundesverband),
Christoph Keplinger (Max Planck Institut),
Dr. Jens Ottnad (TRUMPF),
Kian Saemian (Mackevision),
Dr. Sebastian Werner (Dataiku)
|In the webinar, the implementation status of the AI strategy will be discussed with leading AI experts from politics, application and research, and practical examples will be used to show how companies of all sizes can get the "AI curve" with the support of research institutions.||Konradin Verlag|
|1.12.2021||Symposium „Digitalisierung souverän gestalten II“ (in German)||Funding project "SLEM - Self-learning and self-explaining machine"||Christian Jauch and Prof. Dr. Marco Huber
||The second day of the event will focus on the opportunities offered by digitization for mutually beneficial human-technology interaction in the workplace of machine tool operators. Various questions will be examined in parallel workshops along individual use cases with actors from industry, science and academia.||Institut für Innovation und Technik (iit)|