Varied programme at the KISSKI opening symposium

The event offered insights into the planning of the new AI service centre, in which the L3S is involved.

KISSKI held its opening symposium in Göttingen on 6 June 2023. Around 80 guests took part in the keynotes and discussion rounds on AI in energy and medicine. They also used the opportunity to network and exchange with stakeholders from the energy and healthcare sectors.

The AI Service Centre for Sensitive and Critical Infrastructures (KISSKI) is one of four BMBF-funded AI service centres in Germany. The centres are intended to facilitate access to computing infrastructure and AI expertise and to promote the transfer of AI to the broad public through low-threshold services. The focus of KISSKI is on applications and research activities in the areas of health and energy. These economic sectors are among the most crucial infrastructures in Germany and place the highest demands on data protection. KISSKI facilitates pilot projects of scientists with the economy, especially with start-ups and SMEs.

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Dr. Claudia Niederée and Prof. Dr. Bodo Rosenhahn respresenting L3S at the poster session.