Likeminded ML Dep. of Carnegie Mellon University contacted the VitosBee R&D Team…

… and we are happy to invite them for shareing findings, starting exchange and be mutually inspired. In order to share their setting and profile, here a recent press release [ Roberto Oiriondo] published. This to sketch, for you as interested party, the comparable approaches with our VitosBee project.

“Faculty members affiliated with the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University were awarded research awards with the following projects:

In alignment with the CBI research mission, the selected projects
promote collaboration through the involvement of multiple faculty,
interdisciplinary interaction, and involvement or leveraging of industry
partners where possible. All projects are expected to lead to applied
research results with high impact and excellence demonstrated through
visibility (e.g. publication of research results) and/or potential
utilization of applied results.

The selected research proposals involve four different topic areas of
particular interest to the CBI research mission at the intersection of
business and technology:

  • Crowd Centric Computing & Interaction:
    Approaches that enable humans and machines to collaborate on
    sophisticated cognitive tasks at internet-scale, thereby paving the way
    for the next-generation of AI applications
  • Connected & Intelligent Systems & Services:
    Innovative approaches to safeguard personally identifiable information
    collected in the IoT, enabling the development of personalized services
    while respecting individual privacy
  • Disruptive Materials & Sustainable Manufacturing:
    Creating breakthrough production techniques and functional materials
    via combinations of Computational Material Science (CMS), Artificial
    Intelligence (AI), and Quantum Simulation (QS)
  • Ethics and AI: Understanding of the socio-economic
    implications of AI and how related technologies impact mankind,
    including questions around policy / legal frameworks, governance,
    fairness, and trust

Learn more about the Carnegie Bosch Institute.

Learn more about the VitosBee project in Germany.