cyvy 18 January 2019 Press Release Tübingen
Wissenschaftliche Vorträge zu Künstlicher Intelligenz in Club-Atmosphäre
Maschinelles Lernen KI Philipp Hennig
cyvy 03 December 2018 Press Release
Veranstaltung im Rahmen der Cyber Valley Initiative – Schülerinnen und Schüler sollen deutschlandweit eigene KI-Prototypen entwickeln – Registrierung ab sofort möglich
Bundeswettbewerb Künstliche Intelligenz Bosch Universität Tübingen Cyber Valley
cyvy 29 November 2018 Press Release
Tübingen, 29.11.2018. On Thursday morning, the Austrian Federal President Dr. Alexander Van der Bellen visited the Cyber Valley together with Baden-Württemberg's Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann.
cyvy 14 November 2018 News Item
The AI CON is organized by the Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence (BCAI) and the research alliance Cyber Valley and takes place for the first time this year. The aim is to bring together leading AI experts from industry and research to explore the opportunities and challenges posed by this technology. Speakers include Bosch experts such as Dr. Michael Bolle and Dr. Christoph Peylo (Head of BCAI) as well as Prof. Bernhard Schölkopf of the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, one of the world's leading scientists in the field of machine learning. Speakers from the USA (Carnegie Mellon University), Switzerland (ETH Zurich), Austria, Israel and Great Britain are also present.
cyvy 25 October 2018 Press Release
Tübingen - On Thursday 26th October, Baden-Württemberg's Science Minister Theresia Bauer visited us at the Institute. Media representatives from the region were also invited. The reason for the event was to present the Cyber Valley Initiative - one of the largest research cooperations in Europe in the field of artificial intelligence - to the press.
cyvy 14 September 2018 Press Release
In the future, artificial intelligent systems will be used practically everywhere, whether as software systems on the internet or as cyber-physical systems in our environment. Artificial intelligence will be used in autonomous vehicles as well as in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. No wonder that research institutions and companies worldwide are working to further boost the intelligence of machines, and that artificial intelligence is considered a key technology of the 21st century that will strongly influence science, business and our everyday lives.
cyvy 12 September 2018 In the News
DIE ZEIT Nr. 38/2018
Neues Silicon Valley oder Ende der Forschungsfreiheit? Zwischen Stuttgart und Tübingen entsteht ein Zentrum für künstliche Intelligenz.
Die Zeit Cyber valley Anja Reiter
cyvy 19 June 2018 Press Release
Bosch endows the chair with 5.5 million euros: Matthias Hein to research machine learning at the University of Tübingen ‒ Björn Andres, expert in artificial intelligence, appointed to Industry on Campus professorship
Bosch is bringing a top researcher in machine learning to the state of Baden-Württemberg: Professor Matthias Hein, 42, is joining the staff at the University of Tübingen thanks to a Bosch-endowed professorship that the company will provide 5.5 million euros to support over ten years as part of Cyber Valley. Hein’s research is on statistical learning for applications relating to image processing and genetics. His focus is on developing reliable and comprehensible learning processes. A case in point is the development of automated decision-making systems that apply machine learning processes to rule out any discriminatory decisions. A current example of such a decision is when a system is more inclined to approve a loan to a man than to a woman. “Such an example shows that machine learning processes can have a positive effect on society,” Hein says. “This is a goal well worth pursuing.”
cyvy 25 May 2018 Press Release
Research cooperation in the field of intelligent systems gains momentum
Stuttgart/Tübingen – Cyber Valley is expanding with ten new research groups that are at the forefront of research in artificial intelligence (AI). The groups receive substantial research funding and are led by top young scientists who were recruited from around the world in a highly competitive process. 'The scientists come from the best universities and research institutions in the world to accelerate their research in the Stuttgart-Tübingen region,'' says Michael Black, Managing Director of the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and speaker of Cyber Valley.
cyvy 24 April 2018 Press Release
Warning about the competition from the USA and China - appeal to politics
Europe's leading researchers in the field of Machine Learning - Professor Bernhard Schölkopf from our Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Professor Mathias Bethge from the University of Tübingen, Professor Zoubin Ghahramani, Professor of Information Engineering from the University of Cambridge as well as researchers from the French National Research Institute for Computer Science and Automation (INRIA), the Universities of Amsterdam, ETH Zurich, Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the French elite university Ecole normale supérieure have issued a joint statement:
cyvy 11 August 2017 Press Release
The International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems starts with 31 Ph.D. students in the fall 2017 for a new training program.
In autumn 2017, 31 PhD Students will be joining the International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems (IMPRS-IS) as part of the Cyber Valley initiative. A new generation of young academics and engineers will start their careers at the IMPRS-IS. They will receive a comprehensive training program, conduct independent research and advance the field of intelligent systems.
cyvy 15 December 2016 Press Release
Science and industry form one of Europe's largest research partnerships in artificial intelligence
Intelligent systems will shape our future: they could drive us as autonomous cars, help us out in the home on a daily basis or perform medical services as tiny robots. An initiative by the Max Planck Society and the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in the Stuttgart-Tübingen area is bringing together partners from science and industry to establish Cyber Valley where systems can be developed that will be capable of performing such feats. Winfried Kretschmann, Minister-President of Baden-Württemberg, Theresia Bauer, Minister of Science in Baden-Württemberg and Martin Stratmann, President of the Max Planck Society, together with the other project participants, have launched the initiative on Thursday, 15 December 2016 in Stuttgart's Neues Schloss.