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Half-time for KI Delta Learning: First Research Results for Scalable Automated Driving

More than 300 participants gathered to follow the virtual mid-term presentation of KI Delta Learning on October 7, 2021. Together with Ernst Stöckl-Pukall from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, project coordinator Dr. Mohsen Sefati from Mercedes-Benz opened the event to present the latest results of the research activities in the field of scalable artificial intelligence (AI). 
In high level presentations about the KI Delta Learning research project, in depth parallel sessions on special topics, key note speeches from Industry and Academia as well as panel discussions the participants got first hand insights in current developments. In 19 presentations, 59 Posters and numerous discussions the participants could build up an understanding of the contribution that KI Delta Learning is making to the development of AI in automated driving. If you are interested in the first results of KI Delta Learning, the posters and presentations are published on the KI Delta Learning event website

The team of EICT GmbH supporting the project in dissemination and project management was responsible for all preparations and the execution of this event.

Our contact: Dr. Thorsten Mahler