Innovation has always been critical to the development and growth of organizations of all kinds. Companies must innovate to remain competitive. Same for countries. This is even more true in the exponential age we are now entering. And (unfortunately) in times of crisis.Read More
The Century of Artificial Intelligence began more than 60 years ago. So we are already in the second half. In the first half of the AI century, there were many groundbreaking research results. The second halt is all about real world adoptionRead More
In mid-2018, I asked in a blog post, “Has Europe lost the AI race?” (1). My answer then: not yet, but we need to do more.
How does it look today, in early 2022?
To be upfront: A lot has happened in Europe and Germany. But not enough.Read More
We are living in the decade of artificial intelligence (AI) (see my post here). AI will change every industry in this decade. With the AI Fund we are investing in Applied AI Startups from Europe as many of them are still undervalued.
It seems we are not alone with this view.Read More
The European Comission has presented their proposal on AI regulation last month. It is the first of its kind. I think there is no question that Europe has to find its own way to deal with AI. Trustworthy and human centric AI is a very good approach without question. But the devil is in the details..Read More
We are already in the middle of the decade of artificial intelligence (AI) and yet this unstoppable technological achievement is often viewed and discussed with skepticism. Is this development really so different from the innovations of the last 50 years that have become an integral part of our current lives and society? I will explains why it is so important, especially for Europe, to understand AI and especially machine learning (ML), and actively promote its use.Read More
More than 90% of the executives worldwide expect to get some value from AI. But 65% report that they are not yet seeing value from the AI investments they have made in recent years. What are the lessons learned from those organisations that do see value from there AI Investments:Read More
Nearly 50% of businesses in Germany believe AI is not relevant for them.
And there is another worrying fact. The danger of losing market share to competitors with (more effective) use of AI is described by only 12% of respondents as very large, 19% as large and 36% as medium-sized. It seems that many companies have not yet fully reflected the opportunities offered by AI – including those of their competitors.
A list of information sources to better understand the world of Artificial Intelligence, Digital Transformation and Innovation – carefully selected by Ingo Hoffmann.
I am getting asked quite frequently how to learn more about AI and how to stay on top of the curve. So I decided to create this list of information source I find interesting and relevant. I will update the list on a regular basis.Read More
I was invited by the German government to participate in the development of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy for Germany. More precisely to provide input on the topic how to apply AI research in industry and society.
Here are a few thoughts I have prepared for a workshop in Berlin last month on this topic.