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Bosch Connected World: Auf IoT folgt die „Economy of Things“

2019-06-17T11:08:11+02:00

Bosch Connected World: Auf IoT folgt die „Economy of Things“ „Bosch hat 2018 52 Millionen Internet-fähige Produkte verkauft.“ Mit ihrer „Open-Source-basierten Bosch IoT Suite“ verknüpft Bosch mehr als 10 Millionen Geräte unterschiedlicher Hersteller, zudem arbeiten sie zusammen mit Partnern daran, dass künftig die Angelegenheiten in sicheren Ökosystemen kommunizieren, interagieren und wechselseitig funktionieren. Der neue Schwerpunkt auf Digitalisierung und IoT hat Bosch den Kundenstamm erweitert. Bosch hat 10 Millionen Geräte an die Bosch IoT Suite angknüpft, in den letzten 10 Jahren. Um den Weg zum IoT-Playerzu zu meistern, ist es unumgänglich: 1. Das eigene Unternehmen „digitalfähig“ machen; 2. Vorhandenen Ökosysteme digitalisieren; [...]

Bosch Connected World: Auf IoT folgt die „Economy of Things“2019-06-17T11:08:11+02:00

Federal Government Specifies Its Funding Measures For Artificial Intelligence

2019-06-11T12:25:27+02:00

Federal Government Specifies Its Funding Measures For Artificial Intelligence For the areas "Research; Transfer; Social Dialogue; Technology Assessment; Qualification and Data Availability", approximately €500 million has been earmarked for the promotion of technologies for AI. Of this, 230 million Euros of the AI funds are earmarked for the transfer from research to application practice and social dialogue; >190 million euros will be invested by the federal government in research and the promotion of young scientists and approximately 55 million Euros for measures relating to "social dialogue; participation; technology assessment; regulatory framework and promotion of operational qualification measures". In order to [...]

Federal Government Specifies Its Funding Measures For Artificial Intelligence2019-06-11T12:25:27+02:00

IBM And Fortiss Want To Make Artificial Intelligence More Robust

2019-06-03T12:05:25+02:00

IBM And Fortiss Want To Make Artificial Intelligence More Robust "Artificial Intelligence is one of the major drivers of future economic development." IBM and Fortiss focus on the business critical Internet of Things applications of AI potentials in the areas of assistance systems, citizen services and robot control. In addition, the acceleration of business models will be addressed. It will be about 10-15 years before a "reliable and trustworthy" AI is developed. Furthermore, the topic of "autonomous driving" will be worked out. Until one is sure enough that no more accidents will happen and 100 percent safety is guaranteed, simulations [...]

IBM And Fortiss Want To Make Artificial Intelligence More Robust2019-06-03T12:05:25+02:00
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