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Teaser image to HNU-Management-Forum with our PI Albrecht Schmidt

HNU-Management-Forum with our PI Albrecht Schmidt

KI als neuer Alltagsbegleiter – Was delegieren wir und was wollen wir noch selbst denken und tun?

   12.03.2024

   5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

   Hochschule Neu Ulm, Germany

Our PI Albrecht Schmidt will be giving a lecture at the HNU-Management Forum.

During the event, Professor Schmidt will discuss AI, its meaningful use, and the challenges associated with it. He will address the fundamental technical functioning of AI on the one hand, and the interaction of humans and AI on the other hand.


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