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Technology Island: Artificial Intelligence

Technology Island: Artificial Intelligence

On the "AIsland" you will experience the current state of artificial intelligence from all over Silicon Saxony with all senses. CONNECT with people from all kinds of organization from scientific to manufacturing background, each a strong innovator, developer, decision maker or other like minded. The potential EXCHANGEs are manyfold and GROWth in several ways likely.

Agenda

AI Strategy

11:10
Fishbowl discussion on Saxony's AI strategy
- Dr. Sebastian Lindner | Sächsische Staatskanzlei, Dr. Katja Lohmann-Schwitale | Fraunhofer IIS/EAS, Dr. Daniel Vorberg | Wandelbots GmbH, Anne Loos | InnovAItion Campus GmbH, René Richter | Gymnasium Dresden Pieschen

Neuromorphic Computing

12.00
Neuromorphic AI - an Automotive Application View of Event Based Processing - Klaus Knobloch, Infineon Technologies Dresden

12.20
In-Memory Computing - Pathway for Low Power AI Edge Computing - Dr. Thomas Kämpfe - Fraunhofer IPMS

12.30
SpiNNaker2: Brain-inspired computing to enable the 3rd wave of AI - Florian Kelber - SpiNNcloud Systems GmbH

Medical AI

14.40
AI in oncology - status quo and future directions - Prof. Dr. Jakob Nikolas Kather - TU Dresden

15.00
A Miniaturized NFC Powered Blood Pressure Sensor - Dr. Thoralf Kautzsch - Infineon Technologies Dresden

15.10
Energy efficient AI for intelligent sensoric - Dr. Peter Reichel - Fraunhofer IIS/EAS

AI Applications

15.20
Analytics and AI highlights at Bosch Dresden - Dr. Sarah Fischbach - Robert Bosch Semiconductor Manufacturing Dresden

15.30
Singing Lessons for AI - Data Analytics @ T-Systems MMS - Dr. Robby Fritzsch & Franziska Wenzel - T-Systems Multimedia Solutions

15.35
What's that smell? Artificial noses using artificial intelligence - Daniel Lorenz - NTT Data Business Solutions

15.45
Use of Multi-Sensors in Predictive Maintenance - Drill Tool Predictions using AI - Sebastian Uziel - IMMS GmbH

15.50
Embedded AI - How does a sensor become intelligent? - Stefanie Wolff-Riek - Linguwerk

15.55
A Portable Vision-based and Force Controlled Collaborative Robot System for Entertainment Purposes - Mohammad Ehsan Matour - University of Applied Sciences Mittweida

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