25 January 2022
Gliding is komplex: it requires experience to react swiftly to changing environmental conditions while also making decisions. Is it possible for artificial intelligence (AI) to do what human pilots have spent decades learning to do?
Stefan Notter, research associate at the Institute of Flight Mechanics and Flight Control at the University of Stuttgart, will provide a brief keynote and insight in this area of research. What we learn from the autonomous gliding application example could lead to more ecologically friendly aviation in the future. After the brief keynote there is a lot of time for your questions.
The Cyber Valley AI Office Hour is a good opportunity and great method to learn firsthand about AI and intelligent systems in a way that is accessible to the general public. You can meet researchers directly and personal, and you don't need any prior AI knowledge to participate – simply sign up and participate!
The event is a part of Cyber Valley's Public Engagement initiative. The AI Office Hour on January 25 is free, held in German and through Zoom. You can register here.