Wednesday, 3rd April 2019, Hall 27 (Global Business & Markets)
In the future, artificial intelligence is going to have a decisive impact on numerous areas of society and the economy. Self-learning and intelligent systems will be increasingly employed in production processes. Machines will autonomously report incorrect settings, while production units will recognize data stream structures, learn from them and independently reprogram themselves. The factories of the future will be able to adapt to changing requirements on their own.
At the 13th German-Japanese Business Forum, experts from industry, science and government will discuss potential AI applications for industrial processes.
For the first time, the forum will also feature a startup event, at which German and Japanese startups will present their innovations in short pitches.
To kick things off, Deutsche Messe will offer interested participants a tour of interesting innovations in connection with the “AI in production” focus.
The traditional get-together will take place at the end of the forum.
The forum is organized by Deutsche Messe in cooperation with ECOS Consult and the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Japan.
Call for paper: Startup Pitch for startups from Germany and Japan
This is your chance to get your ideas and suggestions included in the startup session at the German-Japanese Economic Forum on Wednesday, 3rd April 2019. Presentations (focus on AI and Robotics) can be delivered in English or German. The presentation language is German or Japanese (simultaneous translation will be provided) Participation is free of charge. All submitters will be notified by 11 January 2019 as to whether their proposals have been accepted.
Deadline to submit your proposal: 13 November 2018