Learn more about the latest technologies and specific AI hardware challenges in autonomous embedded systems at this year's Embedded Talk, Oct. 6, 2021, 1:30 p.m., in our virtual roundtable.
As a result of rapid technological progress, humans are being increasingly supported in their actions by machines. The functional scope of these "assistants" is becoming ever greater, but also more complex.
In order not to overwhelm people in this respect, but rather to relieve them, the relevance of autonomously acting systems will continue to increase. These systems must be able to learn and optimize independently and meet requirements in terms of correctness, performance, energy efficiency and costs.
In this year's 15th Embedded Talk, experts from research and industry will talk about the latest developments in AI hardware for autonomous embedded systems in a panel discussion. You, too, will have the opportunity to learn about challenges, technological innovations and practical solutions and to actively exchange ideas.
13:30-13:40 Welcoming address
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Teich, FAU
Thomas von der Grün, Fraunhofer IIS
13:45 – 14:55 Panel discussion on the topic of "Challenges of AI to hardware from the perspective of industry"
Prof. Dr. Dietmar Fey, FAU
Holder of the Chair of Computer Science 3 (Computer Architectures)
Nicolas Witt, Fraunhofer IIS
Group Leader "Machine Learning & Validation
Prof. Dr. Christian Wenger, BT-U Cottbus / IHP
Professor of Semiconductor Materials, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus
Head of Department "Materials Research", Leibnitz Institute for Innovative Microelectronics
Lukas Steinert, MicroSys Electronics GmbH
Functional Safety Manager & Expert, System Architect, Hard- and Software Architect
Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Teich, FAU
Holder of the Chair of Computer Science 12 (Hardware-Software-Co-Design) and Scientific Director ESI Application Center
14:55 – 15:00 Summary and conclusion
Register for the free online event here.
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