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Künstliche Intelligenz: Science-Fiction oder Gamechanger? | Event on the Anuga FoodTec 2022
DLG e.V.

Artificial intelligence: Science fiction or game-changer?

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28.04.2022 | 11:50 a.m. - 1:20 p.m.
Digitalisation, Environment & Energy
Main Stage Smart Solutions - Higher Flexibility, Hall 6, Booth D 90/ F 109

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DLG e.V.
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60489 Frankfurt
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The event

The hype is justified: AI understands, learns and talks to us. It helps in everyday life. Regardless of whether it's with algorithms, search engines or voice recognition. We are constantly in contact with it when we search, plan and optimise. However, is AI also suitable for use in food technology? Where large data quantities result, AI shines. However, machine learning must be trained to recognise relationships in the big data jungle. Data selection, software solutions and algorithms for food production are highly complex. AI solutions are already used today in predictive maintenance, dynamic price adjustment and transparent delivery chains. What can AI do beyond this? Real-time data analysis is the magic word. In this session you'll become acquainted with the potential of this cutting-edge technology!

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11:50-12:00 Opening and Chair

Dr. Klemens van Betteray, DLG Committee Robotics, Frankfurt am Main, Germany 

12:00-12:25 On the way to intelligent shelf life prediction

Michael Neumaier and Daniel Pauli, Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Institute for Life Science Technologies (ILT.NRW), Detmold, Germany

12:25-12:50 Generation and usage of data products in the ecosystem of the food industry

Calvin Rix, FIR at the RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany

12:50-13:15 AI-based Tools for Decision Support and their Application in the Food Sector

Dr. Andreas Bärmann, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Germany

13:15-13:20 Summary and closing

Dr. Klemens van Betteray, DLG Committee Robotics, Frankfurt am Main, Germany 


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