News from the baiosphere

Highest research quality from Bavaria: ai council co-chairman Fabian Theis and DLR researcher Xiaoxiang Zhu were cited most frequently from 2012 to 2022 and landed in the internationally renowned Clarivate Ranking.
Progress and innovation for the future of Eastern Bavaria: The EU-funded DInO project aims to drive forward the digital transformation and strengthen the business location. We, together, digitally.
Revolutionary advancements in Pediatric Medicine as Helmholtz Munich utilizes Machine Learning to analyze data, enabling effective interventions.
In the AI arena, larger models prevail, but LMU Professor Björn Ommer challenges the status quo with 'Stable Diffusion.' Is it time to reconsider the race for sheer size in favor of sustainability?
The launch of the EU-funded DInO project will take place on November 6, 2023, at the TechBase in Regensburg. Companies from all industries are welcome. Register before October 30!
Bavaria supports projects for the digitalization of business processes in SMEs. The funding call focuses on Generative AI, Trusted AI, Data-Centric AI, and Data Efficiency. More details in the webinar on 11.01.2024.
On October 5, the first Bavarian Artificial Intelligence Conference Ingolstadt came to an end. On two days, lectures and workshops were offered around the topic of AI. baiosphere works closely with the organizer AImotion Bayern as the main partner.
Yann LeCun, one of the 100 most influential AI experts according to TIMES, spoke to 650 attendees in Munich about autonomous intelligent agents and explained promising developments in AI. The recording of the lecture is available.
Experts from science and business discussed the potential of AI in in mobility, public transport, and production on October 4th and 5th. With four tracks and multiple live demonstrations, visitors got to "look under the hood" of mobility research!
The Munich Data Science Institute (MDSI) celebrated its grand opening yesterday. The event in Garching offered a glimpse into the future of data science.