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RISE OF AI CONFERENCE

KI PARK AND DELOITTE SUPPORT RISE OF AI

Deloitte Germany and KI Park e.V. are official partners of this year’s Rise of AI, one of Europe’s foremost B2B conferences on artificial intelligence. The 6th edition of the Rise of AI conference takes place this year in Berlin on June 8. The event brings together AI thought leaders from across Europe to discuss the most pressing issues in AI as well as current AI trends in business, politics, and society.

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INTERVIEW WITH FLORIAN SCHÜTZ

KI Park CEO Dr. Florian Schütz gave an interview in ki_berlin, the AI platform of Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH. Among other things, Florian talked to ki_berlin about what exactly the collaboration between the various KI Park protagonists looks like, the association's upcoming milestones, and what role KI Park plays in Berlin’s AI ecosystem.

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SABINA JESCHKE TAKES OVER AS CHAIRWOMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Sabina Jeschke, a former member of the Deutsche Bahn Executive Board, has been appointed as CEO of KI Park. Jeschke is a technology and digitalization expert in AI, Quantum Computing, and Digital Transformation. We warmly welcome Sabina!

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VDE SUPPORTS KI PARK

The German Association of Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies (VDE) is now a supporter of KI Park, to improve its own positioning in the emerging field of artificial intelligence. The VDE will have a permanent seat on the Administrative Board of KI Park e.V., and an active cooperation and expansion of the AI network is planned. The objective is to promote specific applications as well as to set regulatory frameworks.

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TWELVE PARTNERS FOUND KI PARK

Twelve partners from business, research, and politics have jointly founded KI Park in Berlin. The new KI Park works to promote applications in the field of artificial intelligence and develop ethical and regulatory frameworks in Germany and Europe. Sabina Jeschke serves as CEO of KI Park; her deputy is Olly Salzmann.

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INTERNAL NEWS

KI PARK FOUNDED

Taking KI Park to the next level: The transformation into an association, led by Sabina Jeschke, and renowned founding members, creates a unique platform for promoting innovations in artificial intelligence.

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THE RIGHT KI FOR EACH COMPANY

Many companies recognize the benefits of artificial intelligence, but only few know which AI solution is best suited for them and how to proceed to establish AI in their organization. As an open ecosystem, KI Park wants to shed light on this and promote AI in Germany and Europe.
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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE MARKETPLACE

Which AI solution is right for which company? KI Park’s goal is to make artificial intelligence usable for Germany – a very process- and production-oriented industrial nation - and to take it to the application stage.

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INTERVIEW WITH O. SALZMANN AND R. RITTWEGER

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are no longer topics limited to the U.S. and the international tech scene: Applications based on machine learning are also more in demand than ever in Germany and Europe. Olly Salzmann and Rupprecht Rittweger founded the KI Park Deutschland network to promote collaboration on projects in this filed. In this interview, Salzmann and Rittweger talk about their network, the right tools for machine learning, and applications in which AI plays an important role.

DIGITAL BUSINESS CLOUD

BUNDLING AND UTILIZING THE POTENTIAL OF AI

The KI Park initiative seeks to harness the potential of artificial intelligence. The idea is to promote the development and use of applied AI in Germany based on European guidelines and values.
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KI STARTUPS BASED IN GERMANY

KI Park gives anyone from industry, SMEs, and the public sector who is interested in AI a quick and up-to-date overview of AI applications from more than 700 German start-ups.

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