Mittwoch, 06.07.2022

Presentation at EASST 2022, Madrid

The IME's Arne Sonar successfully presented a joint abstract with Christian Herzog titled "Creating a future with algorithmic partners – A preliminary proposal for constitutive features for a ‘cooperative and communicative’ AI" at this year's EASST conference in Madrid.

Montag, 13.06.2022

Successful participation at the Weizenbaum conference

The IME's Christian Herzog, Robin Preiß and current guest professor Daniela Zetti successfully attended the Weizenbaum conference from June 9th to 10th. Christian Herzog presented a paper on "Digitally Aided Sovereignty", while all three held a workshop titled "Informed citizens and digital...

Freitag, 10.06.2022

Lübecker Nachrichten report on Lecture Series "Werte Technik / Technikwerte"

An article by Jakob Rieke reported on the three impulses on the topic of the human body held by Prof. Lisa Malich, Prof. Cornelius Borck and Prof. Achim Rody during the second instalment of...

Dienstag, 31.05.2022

Presentation at the IFAC Symposium on Advances in Control Education

The paper "Teaching Estimation and Control via Probabilistic Graphical Models – An Intuitive and Problem-Based Approach" by Christian Herzog, Felix Vollmer, Jonas Gruner and Philipp Rostalski has been accepted and is scheduled for presentation at this year's IFAC Symposium on Advances in...

Montag, 30.05.2022

Paper "On the Ethical and Epistemological Utility of Explicable AI in Medicine" by Christian Herzog published in Philosophy & Technology

A paper entitled "On the Ethical and Epistemological Utility of Explicable AI in Medicine" by Christian Herzog has been published in Philosophy & Technology. It's open access and can be accessed here.

Montag, 09.05.2022

IME receives best abstract award

Successfull collaboration with Charité Berlin: Niklas M. Carbon, Julia Sauer, Julia Steinle, Jan Graßhoff, Philipp Rostalski, Steffen Weber-Carstens received an award for the best abstract presented at...

Dienstag, 25.01.2022

Lübecker Nachrichten reports on drone projects at IME

"How drones become intelligent helpers - Researchers at the university are converting drones for tasks in rescue services or technical maintenance. To do this, the drones must be capable of learning."