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Teaser image to KI - Der Anfang vom Ende oder einfach nur nützlich?

KI - Der Anfang vom Ende oder einfach nur nützlich?

Reinhard Heckel, MCML/TUM
Constanze Zawadzky, Innovation Park AI

   14.10.2024

   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

   Bergson Kunstkraftwerk Studio, Rupert-Bodner-Str. 5, 81245 München

Together with Constanze Zawadzky (Innovation Park AI), our PI Reinhard Heckel will give interested parties an insight into the world of artificial intelligence. In addition to the basics of artificial intelligence, exciting questions about applications, opportunities, and the future of AI will be addressed.

Organized by:

Bergson GmbH


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