What is robotics, what are its fields of application, and which are its possibilities, potentials, limitations and challenges? In this qualification module, the participants learn and experience the basic of robotics as well as robotics applications of the Robotics Innovation Center (RIC) of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). An overview of the DFKI with its research areas on the one hand and the RIC at Standort Bremen on the other hand.Referents: Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Igel, Jens Mey, Dr.-Ing. José de Gea Fernández
Location: Robert-Hooke-Straße 1, 28359 Bremen
What is Artificial Intelligence, what are its uses, what are its limitations? In this qualification the participants get to know the history, basics, potentials and limitations of AI. An outline of AI history from the 1950s to the present day, including its phases of euphoria, disillusionment and hype, allows participants to realistically assess the potential of AI. The qualification provides an overview of the structural areas of artificial intelligence with a focus on current trends such as machine learning and deep learning.Referents: Jan Balcke, Airbus, Dr Carsten Ullrich, DFKI, Dr Sven Schmeier, DFKI
Adaptive learning environments, vocational training, and Education 4.0 as well as learning and research factories – promising focal points of the second day of the qualification measure centring on the topic "Qualification 4.0". Experts from the application-oriented sciences give insight into current developments. Additionally, Airbus will report on the topic of vocational training 4.0.Referents: Dr Ulrich Schmid, Prof. Dr Christoph Igel, Prof. Dr Dieter Kreimeier, Prof. Dr Dr Friedrich W. Hesse, Timo Richters, Markus Lege
World of Work 4.0
On the first day of the qualification measure, the topic "World of Work 4.0" is examined from different perspectives: renowned voices of social partners and industry stakeholders provide insight into the trends, the range of options, and employment relationships inherent to the world of working of Industry 4.0.Referents: Dr Detlef Gerst, Prof. Dr Hartmut Hirsch-Kreinsen, Prof. Dr Oliver Falck, Prof. Dr Sabine Pfeiffer
11. Deutscher Innovationsgipfel
DIGITALISIERUNG - INNOVATIONEN - NACHHALTIGKEIT - STRATEGIENLocation: München
Running from 20 to 24 February 2018, didacta - the world's biggest education expo and Germany’s No. 1 event for the entire education sector - will once again bring together teachers, trainers and representatives from government, business and the research community.
The Education Trade FairLocation: Deutsche Messe AG
Deutschland Safari 4.0Location: DFKI Berlin
Once again from 30 January to 1 February, 2018, LEARNTEC – the leading trade fair for digital education in schools, universities and vocational training – will be a platform for current trends and future developments in digital education.
Leading trade fair for digital learningLocation: Karlsruher Messe- und Kongress GmbH
The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and the Technical University of Chemnitz are hosting the joint conference of the GI (German Informatics Society) and GMW (Society for Media in Science) on e-learning and educational technologies.
Joint conference of the GI and GMW on e-learning and educational technologies
Digital Aviation Conference 2017
Bitkom is hosting the Digital Aviation Conference in Berlin on 29 June 2017. Over 100 participants from all branches of aviation will discuss the digital challenges the industry is facing.
Bitkom eventsLocation: Johannisstraße 2 10117 Berlin
G20 delegation visits Airbus
On 16 February 2017, Airbus hosted a G20 delegation for an event on the topic "The future of work".