AIxIA 2024 - October 16 & 17

Artificial Intelligence meets Intelligence Artificielle at the 5th Franco-German AI conference. This year's topic: 'Scaling Up Innovation: From Prototypes to Productive Use'

Join us this October in Karlsruhe! 

Unlock the Future of AI at "Scaling Up Innovation: From Prototypes to Productive Use"

Join us at this groundbreaking conference where we unite thought leaders, industry pioneers, AI experts, academia, and policymakers to delve into the latest advancements and strategies in AI development and implementation. This business-oriented event features a dynamic mix of sessions, panel discussions, and workshops, offering invaluable insights and practical recommendations for transforming AI from conceptual prototypes to impactful, productive applications.

Designed to drive business success and societal impact, this conference is perfect for companies of all sizes—from small enterprises and hidden champions to public sector organizations and global corporations. You'll also have the exclusive opportunity to discover the newest AI innovations from startups in France and Germany, expanding your personal and professional network and strengthening the AI innovation ecosystem in Europe.

Are you ready to shape the future of AI? Join us and be a part of this transformative journey. Be there and make a difference—NOW!

Program 2024

October 16, 2024  Session Overview


>Navigating the EU AI Act: From Regulation to Application

>Exploring Edge AI and Robotics Integration to improve industrial processes

>Value Generating with AI: Strategies for Successful Deployment

> Resource Efficiency through AI: practical applications to save time, money and energy

GenAI@work from hype to “how is it going practically in my company”

AI as User Interface and User Interface for AI: do’s & don’ts

Panel Discussions

>  European AI Way – Deep Talk: Franco-German Paths in Europe

  Data – Cloud - AI: Crafting a Synergistic Future for Germany, France & Europe

> Start up Pitches: AI Ideas of the future

> Networking

October 17, 2024: Workshops

Dive into one of our hands-on workshops on day 2 of AIxiA to receive insights on various AI topics.

The workshops will take place at our partners' venues all near and reachable by foot or public transport to the Smart Production Park.

All workshops take place in parallel

Fraunhofer IOSB; Hochschule Karlsruhe - HKA

The legislative process of the European AI Act was accompanied by a controversial discussion about its effect on innovation and acceptance of AI systems. Now, meanwhile adopted, the question is how to deal with it in a constructive way, also in the context of the related EU Data Act and the Data Governance Act. In this workshop the AI Act will be discussed with respect to its consequences on AI Systems Engineering. Which are the guidelines to follow by AI System engineers, providers and users?

KIT- Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Wuerttemberg (ZSW)

Explore the practical application of reinforcement learning and AutoML! In this workshop, the KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) and the ZSW (Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg) will present how the IT framework FRAMESS and tool KI-Lab.EE can be used to solve problems directly from practice with automated AI. Both tools were developed in-house at the institutes. KI-Lab.EE is freely available, while FRAMESS is not freely accessible but can be adapted to specific system requirements in customer projects. You will first receive an introduction to the respective tools and then solve typical problems independently with our support.

FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik

In this dynamic session, we'll showcase cutting-edge innovations in mobility, autonomous driving, and logistics, driven by advancements in AI and cybersecurity technologies. Participants will do an immersive tour in the FZI House of Living Labs, getting to know sustainable and inclusive demonstrators and will engage in lively discussions and collaborative brainstorming sessions using participatory formats to explore emerging trends and co-create ideas to shape the future of mobility. This workshop is an opportunity to be at the forefront of transformative change in the mobility landscape.

CyberForum e.V.

More information will follow soon.

TechnologieRegion Karlsruhe (TRK)

More information will follow soon.

Steinbeis Europa Zentrum

This workshop will take place in hybrid. You can either participate on-site or online. More information will follow soon.

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