Science Minister Bettina Martin at the Center for Artificial Intelligence in MV

Science Minister Bettina Martin visited the Center for Artificial Intelligence in MV (KI MV) in Rostock on Monday, January 22. Together with the two directors of the center, Prof. Kurt Sandkuhl from the Chair of Information Systems and Prof. Thomas Kirste from the Chair of Mobile Multimedia Information Systems, Martin toured the laboratories and spoke with employees about the opportunities and challenges of AI for Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

The aim of the KI MV project is to transfer findings from science and research in the field of artificial intelligence and thus make it easier for small and medium-sized enterprises to access expertise in this area and data-driven processes. Data generated in connection with digitalization is to be made economically usable through the application of AI.

"There is already a high level of knowledge and research in the field of AI at colleges and universities in our country. The Center for Artificial Intelligence in MV teaches how this knowledge can be applied and used in practice. Here, practice and science are brought together by advising small and medium-sized companies and networking them with suitable research colleagues," said Minister Martin: "Artificial intelligence is currently on everyone's lips. Technology that can learn, that can imitate human thought and action, is real and offers companies in our country in particular new opportunities to optimize their processes and benefit from their own technical company data as well as simplify and accelerate work processes."

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