Top European Machine Learning Scientists Join Forces to Establish European Excellence Network for Public Artificial Intelligence Research
Europe's largest research cooperation in the field of artificial intelligence is receiving a great deal of attention from politics, the media, science and people from the Stuttgart-Tübingen region and beyond. Here is a collection of the most frequently asked questions about this initiative.
presentation of our L4 Paper
We had a busy 2h poster presentation with many interested visitors
Michael Black was awarded the University of British Columbia, Computer Science Department, Alumni Research Award 2018.
Am Donnerstag Vormittag, den 29. November 2018, besuchte der österreichische Bundespräsident Dr. Alexander Van der Bellen zusammen mit Baden-Württembergs Ministerpräsident Winfried Kretschmann das Cyber Valley.
Lars GTC Europe talk on the Dynamics of Generative Adversarial Networks is now available.
This year Philipp Hennig is among the "Top 40 under 40" in the category Society and Science.
For the eleventh time the magazine Capital has chosen the "Young Elite - the Top 40 under 40". According to Capital, these are the most important talents that shape our country.
The Movement Generation and Control Group is an important partner of the new European Project Memmo
The EU funded Memmo project aims to revolutionize the way robots with arms and legs move by developing novel real-time methods for motion generation of complex robot, able to cope with the complexity of humanoid and other legged robots in realistic industrial and medical environments. The 4-year-project, led by the LAAS-CNRS in France, involves 10 different partners across Europe including the Movement Generation and Control Group at MPI-IS.