On September 26th the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) received the Federal Office of Personnel Management of the Federal Armed Forces (BAPersBw). After a speech delivered by Professor Wolfgang Wahlster on Artificial Intelligence as Spearhead of Digitalization, some live system demonstrations regarding the cooperation between men and robots and business process menagement took place.
At this year’s international workshop on Business Process Intelligence (BPI ’16), which took place in Rio de Janeiro during the Business Process Management Conference (BPM 2016), Sharam Dadashnia, Tim Niesen, Philip Hake, Peter Fettke, Nijat Mehdiyev and Joerg Evermann have been honoured with the Best Report Award.
On November 16th iPRODICT has been presented at the national IT-Gipfel. This project contributes to the improvement of the quality standards in the steel production. It allows a fast analysis of billions of data and a prognosis of the irregularities.
On November 16th and 17th at the 10th national IT-Gipfel in Saarbrücken, opened by the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy Sigmar Gabriel, our project APPsist was presented as exhibit and pioneering technology in the field of operational qualification.
Sharam Dadashnia’s and Constantin Houy’s project „VU-App – Mobile Unfallerfassung bei der Polizei im Saarland“ is being remarkably discussed by media in these days. The Saarland’s police are testing the mobile accident report and on November 16th the Proof of Concept and the testing results will be presented to the Staatskanzlei.