The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Europe's leading organization for application-oriented research, joins the Cyber Valley research network, which consists of the internationally renowned universities of Tübingen and Stuttgart, the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and some of the world's leading industrial companies. Baden-Württemberg is thus once again demonstrating its position as an internationally trend-setting AI hotspot. The merger once again proves that Baden-Württemberg is the AI hotspot in Europe and worldwide on an equal footing with some of the leading centers.
The AI Progress Centre is a central contact point for application-oriented AI research for companies in Baden-Württemberg. It carries out research projects that are relevant for the production and service sectors and facilitates technology transfer between industry and basic research. In addition, joint research laboratories are established in which basic researchers work together with application-oriented scientists of the Fraunhofer IAO and Fraunhofer IPA.
Supported by the state of Baden-Württemberg, the Cyber Valley promotes the exchange between science and industry, the training of the best talents in the field of AI and creates a breeding ground for start-ups. The aim is to combine cutting-edge research with entrepreneurial spirit.
The cooperation between the two Fraunhofer Institutes and Cyber Valley therefore has great potential for both sides. International cooperations with excellent research partners and innovative companies worldwide provide direct access to the most important present and future scientific and economic regions.
For further information please visit the website of the Cyber Valley.