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Group Picture First World Conference Z-Inspection Venice 2023 Prof. Elisabeth Hildt and Dr. Johannes Winter discussed trustworthy AI at the first World Z-Inspection Conference in Venice

The first World Z-Inspection Conference took place at the Ateneo Veneto Science Centre in Venice on 10 and 11 March.

Prof. Dr. Sören Auer Sören Auer recognized as 2023 AI 2000 Most Influential Scholar

L3S member Prof. Dr.

Binaire Personalised medicine is the topic of the current issue of the L3S magazine Binaire

Individual therapies, medicines tailored to the individual patient and more precise diagnoses - this is what personalised medicine is supposed to achieve.

Neue Gastprofessoren Elisabeth Hildt und Grigoris Antoniou New visiting professors at the Leibniz AI Lab

An essential part of the Leibniz AI Lab is the opportunity to work with outstanding scientists from all over the world.

Daniel Kudenko stellt den DAISEC vor DAISEC kicks off with successful launch event

The European Digital Innovation Hub for AI and Security (DAISEC) started yesterday with a kick-off at Leibnizhaus in Hannover.

MediaFuture 3rd Cohort MediaFutures welcomes 24 new project teams

Start-ups and artists work on tackling misinformation on the internet

AI-Grid_Präsidium AI Grid encourages exchange between AI talents

The AI Grid is an ambitious BMBF program for the promotion of young AI scientists.

Mit KI zu Innovation und nachhaltigem Wachstum L3S members appointed to "Plattform Lernende Systeme"

With Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Nejdl and Prof. Dr. Marius Lindauer, two L3S members have been appointed to the German AI Platform "Plattform Lernende Systeme".

Marcel Jahnke erhält Auszeichnung Recognition of Leibniz Talents
(c) Marcel Jahnke

The Presidential Board of Leibniz University Hannover awarded a total of 24 students with the "Leibniz Talents" prize on November 8, 2022.

KISSKI New Joint Project - AI Service Center for Sensitive and Critical Infrastructures

Since the beginning of November, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has been funding four AI service centers in Germany, which are intended to facilitate