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The KI-Camp 2021
In Dialog. With Algorithms. For Society.

 

On 27 April 2021, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Informatics Society (GI) will bring together selected AI talents up to 35 years of age and renowned AI experts from all over the world at the KI-Camp. Whether they come from universities, tech start-ups or think tanks, young AI researchers from all disciplines and backgrounds can meet in interactive fishbowl discussions, lecture sessions and hands-on workshops to address transdisciplinary future issues in seven theme tracks: Society, Sustainability, Production, Science, Health and Life Science, Mobility and Smart Spaces, and Arts and Media. Even in the run-up to the convention, the hybrid on- and offline event offers participants the opportunity to actively shape the convention program and network in virtual workshop and discussion formats.


 

Review KI-Camp 2019

 

For the first time, the KI-Camp took place as part of the Wissenschaftsjahr – Künstliche Intelligenz. On December 5th 2019, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Informatics Society (GI) brought together 150 participants* with 65 AI experts* distributed over six different theme tracks in the Factory at the Görlitzer Park to discuss the present and future of science and AI. Impressions of the event can be found in the final publication below.

 


 

Contact

In case of questions and remarks, don´t hesitate to contact the KI-Camp team: 

Maike Klein

Project Lead

E-Mail: maike.klein@gi.de

Julia Meisner

Project Management

E-Mail: julia.meisner@gi.de

Paula Böhme

Project Assistance

E-Mail: paula.boehme@gi.de

Frithjof Nagel

Head of Communications

E-Mail: frithjof.nagel@gi.de