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Breakfast Inspiration To Go: Join our Event “Opportunities and Risks of AI Applications in SMEs” – 11 March 2021!

Digitalisation is one of the most transformative trends of our time and Artificial Intelligence (AI) – as one variant of technology application – is expanding rapidly. With the profit rationale as the main driver behind the development of AI applications, ethical and sustainability-related questions have gained a new degree of urgency. With a finger on the pulse of the matter, the Competence Centre eStandards has launched the “AI for early birds” online series to address challenges and opportunities of AI applications in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

There is much that SMEs can benefit from AI applications: optical pattern recognition in quality assurance, predictive maintenance and evaluation of machine data, processing of invoices in administrations, analysis of big data, optical and linguistic pattern recognition, to name a few. In two online breakfasts in the course of the eight-week series, the CSCP will use its think and do lens to go beyond the technology itself and address the wider implications for society and the environment with frameworks such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the European Green Deal in mind. The core goal will be to derive practical sustainability insights and advice for SMEs in their application of AI.

During the thirty-minute sessions, SME representatives have the chance to discuss live with field experts, get answers to their individual questions and network. Register now to become part of the events!

Event: Opportunities and Risks of AI Applications in SMEs
Date: 11 March 2021
Time: 08:30 – 09:00
Location: Online
Language: German
Cost: Free
Register here!

Next Up

Event: AI and Ethics: Technology Meets Moral
Date: 25 March 2021
Time: 08:30 – 09:00
Location: Online
Language: German
Cost: Free
Register here!

The “AI for early birds” series is carried out by the Competence Centre eStandards. With CSCP as part of the consortium, the Competence Centre specifically looks into digitalisation as an enabler for sustainable business models and production processes.

For further information, please contact Arne von Hofe.