Daten teilen, nicht nur um Maschinen und Anlagen verfügbar zu halten, sondern neue Geschäftsmodelle zu realisieren – auf der Abschlusskonferenz von Service-Meister dreht sich am 22. und 23. Mai in Berlin alles um die Frage, wie Künstliche Intelligenz Wertschöpfung in Industrie-Service und Mittelstand neu definiert.

By Nils Klute, IT Editor and Project Manager Communication Cloud Services at EuroCloud Deutschland Anyone working with artificial intelligence (AI) must be aware of its capabilities, properties and limitations. Why do machine decisions need human experience? And how Service-Meister is now training technicians from SMEs on AI. Computers were supposed…Read More

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Regardless of whether you are an entrepreneur or a service technician – the practical course is aimed at all participants. Especially for SMEs, “AI in technical service” is a helpful offer: Those responsible learn to assess to what extent the use of AI is generally worthwhile for them and in which areas their existing toolbox can be usefully supplemented with AI.

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.