News from the baiosphere

The large event hall of the Bavarian Representation in Berlin was filled to capacity when four AI experts discussed the opportunities and challenges of AI made in Bavaria at the end of January.
Are sensitive data secure? Founded at TUM, CyberDesk introduces an AI-powered software ensuring secure cloud data management. It identifies and safeguards sensitive data.
Congratulations! TUM recognizes AI Council Member Prof. Claudia Eckert for groundbreaking work in IT security. Her research focuses on safeguarding IT systems against hacker attacks.
'Surface Avatar' experiment: ESA astronaut Marcus Wandt controls robots from space, including the four-legged DLR robot Bert. He also explores rough terrain and will support space missions in the future.
Precision, safety and relief: The ForNeRo research project at TUM's Klinikum rechts der Isar receives 2 million euros in funding from the Bavarian Research Foundation for the integration of robotics in everyday surgery.
The Bavarian AI Council is entering its second term of office and will be strengthened by the renowned scientist and entrepreneur Prof. Björn Ommer from LMU.
With revised software and speeds of around 250 km/h, the TUM's autonomous racing car once again races to victory at the Indy Autonomous Challenge in Las Vegas. Further races in Monza and Abu Dhabi now await the winning team.
Two supercomputers, partly funded by the Hightech Agenda, will soon be supporting research into weather, climate and machine learning. The computers will be available for science throughout Germany in the future.
Over 20,000 visitors explored the exhibition "Can AI learn to see?" at the Deutsches Museum. Interactive AI applications were presented in collaboration with the MCML and DLR. An experience for young and old!
How can nursing care robots gain trust? The research project "Responsible Robotics" by TUM and the University of Graz got to the bottom of this question and investigated ethical, legal and technical aspects.