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Low- code is revolutionising software development. Today, programmes can be written by anyone at the click of a mouse. How low-code platforms are filling skills gaps, bringing artificial intelligence (AI) to SMEs and bringing Gaia-X to life.
Searching large text corpora is an almost trivial task in 2022. Distributed, high-performance databases search thousands of texts in seconds, looking for keywords, places or names. But what if we don’t know exactly how the information we are looking for was stored?
Optimising products, advising customers better and handling service cases faster – association analyses of service data make it possible. Which requirements have to be fulfilled, and which further advantages are offered to companies – grandcentrix and Würth report on the results of their work for Service-Meister in the blog post.
Promoting innovation and exploiting business opportunities – wherever companies engage in platform-based ecosystems, all market participants benefit. A new white paper from the Global Industry Organizations (GIO) also shows the success factors using the example of Service-Meister.
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.
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.
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.
On 27 May, the Service-Meister Consortium met with its associated partners for the first time. The aim of the online event, which was attended by around 40 participants, was to present progress from the use cases and to involve more companies in the AI project.
When knowledge about a disease spreads faster than the disease itself, doctors gain time. Artificial intelligence (AI) plays a role not only in the fight against the coronavirus, but also in industrial services. Two webinars present potentials.