|Powerful and efficient: Fastest high-performance server for AI installed at L3S
At L3S, the currently fastest high-performance computer for artificial intelligence (AI) goes into operation.
|Dr. Elena Demidova becomes professor at the University of Bonn
|Fighting crime: L3S scientists and Ulm police exchange information on data analysis
The fight against organised crime remains an important and challenging task for law enforcement agencies.
|Matchmaking event on 27 October 2020: IIP- Ecosphere networks manufacturing companies and AI start-ups
On 27 October, the AI-project IIP-Ecosphere (Next Level Ecosphere for Intelligent Industrial Production) will be holding a networking event on the topic of "Artificial Intelligenc
|HAISEM-Lab: Three webinars on the use of AI hardware and software will be held in September
The diverse use and constant development of artificial intelligence are changing IT systems and their development.
|Double the computing power: L3S gets high-performance servers for AI research
As part of the IIP-Ecosphere project (funded by the BMWi), the L3S research center will soon put the NVIDIA DGX-A100 high-performance server into operation to develop innovative A
|Leibniz University: Five professorships strengthen digitisation competence
Leibniz Universität Hannover is five times successful in the programme "Digitisation Professorships for Lower Saxony"!
|Web Futures: L3S member Prof. Eirini Ntoutsi belongs to the team of authors of the Manifesto 2020 for Web Science
Humans created the web, and the web has changed the world. More than four billion people use it in all areas of life.
|Sporting success thanks to AI? L3S is involved in a BMBF project for the collection, analysis, and processing of sports data.
The L3S Research Center and the Institute for Training Science and Sports Informatics at the German Sport University Cologne will analyze sports data with artificial intelligence.
|L3S supports COVID-19 Retweet Prediction Challenge
How do tweets about COVID-19 spread? The COVID-19 Retweet Prediction Challenge should provide possible answers.