Nach drei erfolgreichen Jahren startete die vierte Runde der Konferenzreihe „smarter_mittelstand“ am 3. Juli im bayerischen Neu-Ulm. Informationen und Tipps zu Förderangeboten und -instrumenten des Bundes für den Mittelstand holten sich die Gäste wie immer am Stand des Smart Data Forum.
When it comes to IT-Security, it’s.BB – Das IT-Sicherheitsnetzwerk Berlin-Brandenburg aims to be the contact person for entrepreneurs and projects in the capital region. On May 22nd, the network kicked-off in Smart Data Forum and emphasized its importance for industry and research.
One day prior to the main event, conference guests could attend a pre-event at Smart Data Forum. Visitors from Russia, Hong Kong, London and different parts of Germany could test demonstrators and developed an idea of the multitude of concrete possibilities to make use of intelligent data analysis.
More than 700 guests followed an invitation of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWI) to attend the first „Tage der digitalen Technologien“ event, which took place on May 14-15 at Bolle-Festsäle in Berlin. In keynotes and expert forums, recent challenges of the digitalization process were discussed.
Under the slogan “Smart Health & Biomedical Innovation” the matching event for Charité’s Digital-Clinician Scientist Program offered a perfect setting for medical doctors, researchers and computer science experts to meet and exchange ideas on possible collaboration and common research projects.
The event brought together experts from Canada and Germany to discuss various aspects of the deployment of AI in the healthcare sector.
This year’s German Canadian Concourse on Building Synapses of Transatlantic Artificial Intelligence Cooperation started with a field trip to the Smart Data Forum on February 21st 2019 and continued at Embassy of Canada. The session provided an opportunity for the Canadian and German audience to learn about both countries’ efforts in digital technologies and AI.