What is AI Monday?

In the early 2000 curious minds met regularly on Monday afternoons in Helsinki at so called “Mobile Mondays” to discuss mobile business use cases. In Berlin it was the latest around “location based services” that were shared at the “GEO Mondays“.

In 2017 the founders of Taival re-started the “Monday” tradition in Helsinki – this time with a highly relevant topic of today: Artificial Intelligence. AI Monday was born.

Since autumn 2018 these #aimonday events also take place in Berlin. This is only natural as a Start-up capital and with 54% of all German AI companies the fourth largest global AI hub.

It is also a very logical step to organize such an event in the “Cyber Valley” – the Stuttgart-Tübingen-Karlsruhe region, where AI science and industry come together in a remarkable way. A perfect mix to bring AI in use: a high number of research and science institutions in the field of artificial intelligence, strong support from the state of Baden-Württemberg and of course full business and industry power – especially in Automotive.

We are looking forward to welcome you to one of the next AI Monday Stuttgart events – as guest or speaker.

Event Details

What?

Four crisp presentations incl. Q&A. Some speaker also demo their AI solutions. Followed by snacks, drinks and networking.

Who?

AI curious people, change leaders, businesses with passion for data and disruption.

Why?

Share AI-knowledge, exchange and encourage each other on our change journeys.

Where?

bwcon : Baden-Württemberg: Connected
Seyfferstraße 34
70197 Stuttgart
More Details here.

When?

Always Monday after work.
July 22nd, 2019
doors open at 6:30pm, talks start at 7pm. Networking starts at around 8:30pm.

What do I get?

Inspiration, Knowledge, Contacts, Change Leadership Tips, Ideas, Drinks some Snacks.





Speakers

Dirk Hofmann

Dirk Hofmann – DAIN Studios

„Walk the Talk – how to implement your AI strategy successfully”

Defining your AI strategy to transform your company is the first challenge. But that´s only the start of a journey. At DAIN Studios, a Finnish German AI and data consultancey, we have helped more than a dozen companies to not only define but also working with them to implement those strategies. Dirk Hofmann, Co-founder and CEO of DAIN Studios Germany, will share our major findings and give some recommendations for your “Walk the Talk”.

Vanessa Deborah Viellieber

Vanessa Deborah Viellieber – MHP – A Porsche Company

Natural Language Processing – Mandatory to exploit 80% of your unused data potential

Nowadays only 0.5% of all data is being used – and the trend continues to decline. Over 80% of the unused information is in the form of texts and other unstructured data. Cheap computing power and the accompanying developments in the field of artificial intelligence enable constant progress in the handling of complex data. Vanessa will present possibilities for the analysis of text data using Natural Language Processing (NLP) methods. The machine-understandable representation of texts will be discussed as a basis in transfer learning, which is traded as a milestone in the field of artificial intelligence.

Roland Heger

Roland Heger – Prof. at ESB Business School, Head of STC Business Development

„How to get a little help from digital AI friends“

What is a digital assistant, or software bot? Where can AI help in the interaction with the bot and its versatility? Why is it time to begin now? How do you start implementing it, and how to attack difficulties in the implementation process?

Michael Mörike

Michael Mörike – Integrata-Stiftung

AI and ethics (in German)

What role plays ethics in the field of AI? Michael Mörike will introduce us to the ethical robot and how the topic of ethics plays an important role in this field. He comes from the Integrata Foundation – a foundation to bridge the gap between IT and us humans using it.



Event Partner

Special Thanks to our partners for supporting this event