Date and Time
How the Interaction between Robots and Humans will really look like
Moritz Tenorth, CTO Magazino
Magazino develops autonomous mobile pick-and-place robots for warehouses, a notoriously difficult area of automation with its complex environment and close encounters with humans. The startup secured investments from Zalando and Siemens among others, its first robots are in live operation, and Magazino is in a good position to revolutionize warehouse logistics — but maybe in a different way than most people think. Moritz Tenorth will talk about how AI and machine learning can help solving this problem, and which potentials and challenges are caused by human-machine interaction.
What the “Innovators Summit AI” offers
Overview and outlook
Top-class scientists present the current state of AI research, explain the important technologies in the field of artificial intelligence including their advantages and disadvantages and answer the question: For which application is which technology suitable? Which further developments are to be expected where?
Applications and business models
With AlphaGo’s victory over the world’s best Go player at the latest, it is clear what potential Artificial Intelligence theoretically has. However, it is much less clear which applications result from this. In concrete case studies, startups and established companies explain how to use AI profitably, what implementation means for an organization, where the pitfalls and opportunities are waiting.
Cross-innovation and inspiration
Learn from other industries. Because with artificial intelligence in particular, the similarities between the different markets are greater than the differences. The combination of lectures and workshops gives you excellent opportunities to network and exchange ideas.
Magazino develops and builds perception-controlled, mobile robots. As the largest Advanced Robotics team in Europe, we revolutionize the world of intralogistics together with our customers.