News from the baiosphere

In the winter semester 24/25, AIBE at FAU is introducing a new international Bachelor's degree program: Artificial Intelligence. Applications are now open. There is no NC, but there is an aptitude assessment procedure.
The first event on May 15 will explore the question “Artificial intelligence: Am I digital enough for this?”. The Bavarian AI Agency will explain the various possible uses of AI in everyday processes.
In the TUM robotics lab, Prof. Angela Schoellig controls drone flights using ChatGPT. A safety algorithm guarantees that the flight paths are error-free - a breakthrough for the use of LLMs in robotics.
The Mobility & Logistics Cluster supports companies in the area of internationalization as part of the DInO project. The project partner is asking for your feedback in the form of a survey in order to be able to optimize its services.
The Augsburg AI production network combines research and tradition. Since 2021, 133 projects and 7 start-ups have been created here. The key to success is the synergy between the six partners and 600 regional companies.
Dr. Reinhard Stolle, Head of the Business Unit Mobility at Fraunhofer IKS, discusses the challenges and advances in autonomous driving. From driver assistance systems to robotaxis - where do we stand today?
At the For..Net Symposium at the IHK in Munich, guests were given insights into the legal, technical and social challenges of generative AI. The For..Net lab also offered hands-on generative AI.
A new research approach led by Prof. Feuerriegel's team at LMU promises progress in medical AI. Causal ML could make individual treatments more precise and improve patient care.
Yesterday, the Fraunhofer IKS provided in-depth insights into its cutting-edge research into automation. Guests experienced advanced demonstrators such as digital twins and sensor applications for safe person recognition.
Helmholtz Munich and Pfizer launch a three-year collaboration to advance precision medicine. By combining Pfizer's data and Helmholtz's AI expertise, new targets are to be discovered more quickly.