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Service with AI and IoT: Improve products, optimize production facilities

The majority of all company leaders believe that artificial intelligence (AI) will change the business world. Only a minority, however, expect that impact on their own company. Why aspirations and reality continue to diverge in the SME sector. And what’s can be done with AI and machine data beyond maintenance.

Vorstellung eines Service-Meister Use Cases in dem USU und Atlas Copco zusammenarbeiten

Atlas Copco and USU Software: Better connected with AI in technical service

Since the beginning of the year, Service-Meister has been putting artificial intelligence (AI) into practice. This is embodied by the six speedboat projects with their use cases in the technical service. How are things progressing? In which areas are successes and hurdles emerging? In a new series of articles, we take a look into the engine room of the AI project.

Artificial intelligence and the Law: What AI users in SMEs should know

Although more and more industries are processing data with artificial intelligence (AI), there is no dedicated AI law. “As long as there are no AI regulations, the requirements can only be derived from the applicable laws,” said Dr. Lutz M. Keppeler, specialist lawyer for IT law, recently in a Serivce-Meister webinar.

The eco Service-Meister Interview: AI to combat a skilled worker shortage

Skilled workers are rare. SMEs should consistently rely on digitalization and artificial intelligence to be able to perform maintenance reliably tasks in the future, says Dr. Fred Jopp, Head of Industrial Project Management at USU Software AG, which is an eco member. Dr. Jopp’s position means that he is closely involved with the corporate problems involved in implementing use cases.

Thomas Gebhardt HWK

“We bring AI innovations to the Skilled Crafts”

Thomas Gebhardt is an innovation consultant with a focus on digital transformation at the Stuttgart Region Chamber of Skilled Crafts. It supports craft enterprises and skilled tradespeople in transferring innovations from research and teaching into the skilled crafts – including the research project Service-Meister. In an interview he talks about how artificial intelligence (AI) could soon support craft enterprises.

AI meets Distributed Ledger: Building marketplaces, sharing data and breaking silos

Artificially intelligent (AI) decisions must be trustworthy for all parties involved. Not only to gain the desired acceptance and acceptability, but also to advance Europe as a location for AI, says Prof. Ali Sunyaev. In an interview, the professor of Computer Science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) explains what makes AI trustworthy and reliable.

Attacks on AI: How algorithms can be manipulated

Whether autonomous vehicles or smart chatbots – cyber attackers can trick artificially intelligent software models. “Hackers can manipulate neural networks and lead them astray,” says Nurullah Demir, an expert in cybersecurity and AI. How algorithms can be sabotaged and protected.

Developing successful data products in a structured and strategic way

Service-Meister relies on open platforms and an AI-based ecosystem. Now the development of the first data products has started in the workshop. In a two-part series, we accompany the experts. Read in part 2: What distinguishes successful data-driven services.

Why platforms need success stories

Service-Meister relies on open platforms and an AI-based ecosystem. Now a workshop for the development of the first data products has begun. we will be accompanying the experts as they exchange views in a two-part series. Part 1: Why platforms need success stories.