Digitization has fundamentally changed civil proceedings. Prof. Dr. Thomas Riehm (Institute for the Law of the Digital Society, University of Passau) organizes the Legal Tech series of lectures on the general topic of "Digitization and Civil Proceedings" and provides a well-founded insight into the digital possibilities of conducting proceedings from the perspective of the advocacy,
Contemporary tools and techniques in big data, and iterative forms of machine learning (toward expanding levels and capability of artificial intelligence, AI) are enabling acquisition, assimilation, synthesis and broad use of massive amounts of our biological, psychological, and social information. As well, increasing commercial investment, and multinational engagement of these tools and methods have created
Neuromorphic IT systems closely reproduce the behaviour of the human brain. Neural networks form the hardware. These neuromorphic information processing units (NPUs) are less flexible than classic CPUs. However, they can be extraordinarily powerful and also energy-efficient, for example in image recognition, speech recognition or medical diagnostics. How far has the development of neuromorphic IT
On November 23rd, the TÜV AI Conference will take place for the third time - 100 percent digital. The TÜV Association will discuss possible ways of regulating AI with exciting guests from politics, research, business and civil society. What decisions must be taken on the way to safe and at the same time sustainable AI?