On 5th of December the KI-Camp takes place in the factory at Görlitzer Park in Berlin, an initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research within the framework of the Year of Science 2019, which has the motto “Artificial Intelligence”. Of course the Open Source Lab will be part of it, so we are going to host a workshop under the title „SmartBike – AI-based mobility scenarios for cyclists“, focusing on alternative and emission-friendly mobility in the city. Accompanied by our colleague Stefan Schaffer from the DFKI with his research focus on conversational interaction and future mobility solutions, we will lead through KI-based mobility scenarios for cyclists based on an app prototype. Potential further development possibilities will be discussed with the workshop participants.
In interactive workshops, open fishbowl discussions and spontaneous barcamp sessions, the participants of the KI-Camp will address pressing future issues in the fields of society, science, health, mobility, production and sustainability. The event offers young researchers and scientists under the age of 30 the opportunity to network across disciplinary boundaries and to discuss current challenges facing Germany as an AI research location with experts from business, science and politics. The organizers, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.(Society for Computer Science), give the field of research a new dimension and bring together young talents from universities, start-ups, foundations and research institutions.
Please find further information here: KI Camp 2019