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Shaping AI visions together

Dorothee Ritz, General Manager at Microsoft Austria  Nothing in life is more constant than change. In the past, there used to be an elevator attendant...

How to Hack The WeAreDevelopers AI Congress Vienna

You might have heard the big news: WeAreDevelopers is hosting a new event in December! AI and Blockchain professionals as well as enthusiasts will...

Learn How to Build Your Next Enterprise Chatbot with EDDI

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Interview with Joseph Sirosh: “Microsoft has been investing in artificial intelligence for 25 years.”

Even though it is apparent that the framework conditions for the use of AI applications cannot be clarified definitively today, politics, business and society still need to put their heads together on an ongoing basis to address the question. This is the only way to ensure that the diverse opportunities offered to us by AI technologies are truly sustainable.

Data Science and AI are shaping today’s Automotive Industry

Master student Patrick Michelberger shares his experience at BMW Group IT in developing and operating a data-based demand-forecast model for the mobility service ReachNow. Enjoy...

5+ Reasons Why ML/AI Developers Must Go to WeAreDevelopers

From basic research to the medical, financial and tech industries, everyone is talking about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL)....

The many faces of artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence will unquestionably take over or alter some jobs. By 2027, 24.7 million jobs around the world will be lost ‒ but 14.9 million new ones will be created at the same time, says Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, in his book “The Future Computed – Artificial Intelligence and its role in society”. Doubtless, there will be other new jobs emerging that are inconceivable to us today. “That's always been the case,” remarks Sirosh.

Leading like a (non-)robot

It is expected that in 2035 one fourth of Austria's gross domestic product will be produced by machines—or artificial intelligence (AI), to be more precise. AI is about teaching computers human intelligence and thus behavior. We encounter AI, for instance, when we play video games, consult search engines or use speech-recognition systems. The rapid development of AI seen in recent years has led to a host of new applications, some of which are potential game changers.