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Video: What You Need To Consider In Order To Use AI Successfully
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:12
Artificial intelligence as a tool for digitization should offer great potential for improving the efficiency of business processes and for developing new services or products. For the first time, digital content is not only stored, transmitted and processed in a machine-readable manner, but is also understood in terms of content by AI, so that decisions can be supported based on knowledge. In recent years, many companies in Germany and Europe have started to invest in artificial intelligence. Most AI projects, however, hardly make it beyond a feasibility study and therefore do not contribute to increasing the competitiveness of companies.
Use AI productively
At the Smart Engineering Day, which construction practice organizes in Würzburg on May 7, the keynote will focus on artificial intelligence: Prof. Dr. Patrick Glauner, Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences and managing partner of the AI consultancy skyrocket.ai, presents a number of technical and organizational challenges that often arise in the field of mechanical engineering.
Prof. Dr. At the Smart Engineering Day, Patrick Glauner shows why many AI projects fail and what needs to be considered for successful use.
The key data
Smart engineering day
Date: May 7, 2020
Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Early bird discount: Until March 31, 2020
Location: Vogel Convention Center, Würzburg
To the program
Create financial added value with AI
Afterwards, corresponding best practices are presented and how they lead to productively used applications that ultimately create financial added value for companies. Some examples from the areas of conception, design and elaboration of smart machines and systems are presented.
The lecture introduces how you can use AI to remain a successful company that can continue to assert itself in an ever increasing international competition.
Supplementary information on the German AI Observatory opened in Berlin
Observing and developing the application of artificial intelligence in social, working and economic life and formulating recommendations for its use: this is the task of the German Observatory for artificial intelligence in work and society. The starting shot was fired in Berlin on March 3, 2020. The observatory is intended to help ensure that AI is used responsibly in the world of work and in society.
Shaping digital change
The AI observatory is a project of the think tank "Think Tank Digital Work Society" in the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs. The interdisciplinary team of eight observatories has a total budget of 20 million euros for the term until 2022.
The focus of the work is the networking of expertise inside and outside the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs. In addition, the AI Observatory enables and empowers social actors in dealing with artificial intelligence and thus provides impulses for shaping digital change.
The work of the observatory is divided into five fields of action:
- Technology foresight and technology impact assessment
- AI in labor and social administration
- Framework for AI and social technology design
- Development of international and European structures
- social dialogue and networking
Germany needs doers, not reminders
Bitkom general manager Dr. Bernhard Rohleder at the opening of the AI observatory: "Artificial intelligence will support us in our work in all industries in the coming years: Doctors will receive diagnostic support from AI, algorithms will provide information on the maintenance of machines or routine work in accounting Bitkom welcomes the fact that the Federal Ministry of Labor wants to take these changes into account with the AI observatory."
The debate about artificial intelligence urgently needs more objectivity and education. It is about a future technology that creates irrational fears, has enormous potential and has to be used in a particularly responsible manner. Dr. Rohleder continues: "In Germany, we don't need any more reminders about artificial intelligence, we currently need more doers. We have to try out AI applications and see how their use works in practice. This is the only way we can make sensible regulations develop and design for it."