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TransAIR aims to extend collaboration between the regional network of researchers from Bremen with scientists from the U.S. The project develops a transatlantic dialogue about artificial intelligence and robotics to facilitate the exchange of ideas regarding AI research, commercialization and public debate in Germany and the U.S. The vision at TransAIR is to ‘put Bremen on the map’ as one of the prime locations for top research in the field of AI-based robotics and initiate collaborative work between Germany and the U.S….Learn more
Open research grants unrestricted access to contents and products that derive from research processes, such as equipment, methodology, design, software, code, data, and publications which are made available for free….Learn more
Bremen is one of Germany’s leading industrial hubs, but it is also home to a flourishing ecosystem of IT firms and universities. One of the area’s major strengths is its high level of expertise in the fields of robotics and AI….Learn more
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The TransAIR project comes to an end on 31st May 2021. Download the flyer which provides an overview and summary of the project.Download
The TransAIR workshop ‘Cognitive Architectures for Robot Agents’ opened up a discussion on possible interdisciplinary collaborations, download our brochure here.Download
This TransAIR workshop will bring together leading experts to address the challenges of developing cognitive architectures for robot agents. (22nd -28th March)…More Info
The former event last year “Democratize AI” brought experts from around the world, download our brochure here.Download
The conference “Democratize AI” organized by the Institute for Artificial Intelligence at Bremen University kicks off next Wednesday on September 30th…..More Info
Scientists from the US, Canada, France, Japan, the Netherlands and Germany presented their views of the risks and opportunities surrounding AI and robotics….
TransAIR launched with a panel discussion where experts from countries around the globe discussed on the impact of AI and potentials on international cooperation. This event took place in the EASE Fall School at the University of Bremen….
Making pizza, popcorn or pancakes is no problem for the robots Boxy and Pepper from the Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Bremen… More Info
German and US researchers come together in Silicon Valley to network on attractive work models for the future….
Date: 22nd-28th March 2021More Info
This TransAIR workshop will bring together leading experts from different parts of the globe to address the challenges of developing cognitive architectures for robot agents. The goal of the workshop is to open a discussion on possible interdisciplinary collaborations and the identification of prospects for collaborative development, ideally in an open-source open-systems framework. The workshop is a great opportunity to addresses a wide range of topics in cognitive architectures for robot agents.
Date: 30th September 2020More Info
“Democratize with open research” addresses advantages, challenges, and potentials of open science in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics including planning, motor control, knowledge representation, reasoning, machine learning, computer vision, and much more.
This is a great opportunity for you to see challenging robot demonstrations, open research in action, and even to try things out! Save the date 30th of September.
Date: 16th September 2019More Info
Scientists from the US, Canada, France, Japan, the Netherlands and Germany presented their views of the risks and opportunities surrounding AI and robotics at the EASE Fall School on Sept. 16, 2019.
The panel discussion officially kicked off the project TransAIR, which aims to connect a regional network of researchers with scientists in the fields of robotics and AI in the United States. The goal is to cooperate more closely and to develop a better understanding of each other’s approach to the new technologies.
With the advancement in technology, researchers are currently looking for solutions to pressing questions about the future of the workplace. Will machines replace humans in the workplace? What kind of working skills will an individual require in the future? Can machines coexist together with humans in the workplace?…..More Info