To fully harness AI’s potential, eco Chair of the Board Oliver J. Süme urges politicians to promote societal acceptance and to strengthen both digital infrastructures and research & development. Read more on dotmagazine.
One of the hottest topics currently moving the digital industry is the roll-out of the fifth generation of mobile technologies (5G) and their application, for example in the area of Industry 4.0 or connected driving. And it goes without saying that a cancellation of MWC Barcelona 2020 is not tantamount to a rejection of a secure Internet of Things.
Oliver Süme, Chair of the Board at the eco Association, calls for an innovation-friendly environment, investment, and increased knowledge transfer between research and industry to promote AI in Europe.
eco will once again be present at MWC Barcelona this year and will offer a guided tour on AI and IoT, as well as a presentation on connected mobility. Markus Schaffrin, Head of the eco Member Services division, explains in a short interview what awaits visitors, and which central topics will feature this year.
Chance for Europe: Study shows potential of AI in Germany alone to generate approx. 488 billion Euros in 2025 eco recommends that companies across the board should promptly introduce AI Alongside targeted research and development, politics must also support high-speed and sovereign digital infrastructures, as well...
At the end of February the technology world will be meeting up in Barcelona. More than 100,000 annual visitors and 2,000 exhibitors make MWC Barcelona the largest trade fair in Europe. The eco Association will be there on location, offering both a guided tour and a presentation.
What does it take for a company to successfully manage digital transformation? Saskia Steinacker, Global Head of Digital Transformation at Bayer AG and member of the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence, explains. Read more on dotmagazine.
On the occasion of the launch of the new Digital Technologies Forum in Berlin, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) presented the winners of the Artificial Intelligence innovation competition - one of whom was the eco-led Service-Meister consortium.
The eco Association will lead the consortium to develop Service-Meister. The Service-Meister Project has been chosen for sponsorship within the scope of the AI Innovation Competition of the German Federal Government. A panel of experts of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) has awarded funding to the industrial project, which is based on artificial intelligence (AI).
As the IFA (the global innovations show) gets ready to open its doors in Berlin, an eco survey reveals that over a quarter of Germans are already using digital voice assistants. It also concludes: High data protection standards are key to the acceptance of AI.
At the eco://kongress taking part on 21 November in Cologne, three focal topics will form the framework for the discussions taking place amongst the leading minds of the Internet industry: "Forward thinking for society"; "City, Country, Future"; and "Industry 4.0 with AI".