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html) Two videos posted on the DFKI website shows the robot walking on all fours and balancing on a table that tilts back and forth.
Dehn, a psychology professor at the University of the Saarland in Germany, and Susanne van Mulken, a researcher at DFKI in Germany, concluded that the benefits of these systems are arguable in terms of user performance, engagement with the system, and even attributions of intelligence [7].
The development of Mozart at DFKI is supported by the BMBF through Project PERDIO (FKZ ITW 9601).
The implementation is an extension to the publicly available DFKI Oz 2.
As a DFKI shareholder, Empolis - and from now on, Attensity Group - is the ideal partner, using intelligent and innovative solutions for improving the information infrastructure of its customers.
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The technology providers are LIMSI-CNRS for speech recognition technology, and TNO (Coordinator), University of Twente and DFKI for natural language processing and information retrieval.
An internationally established network, with Technical Offices in the USA (Palo Alto, CA and Clemson, SC) and Japan (Tokyo) as well as Liaison Offices in France (Eurecom in Sophia Antipolis) and in Germany (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DFKI GmbH in Saarbrucken) ensures global access to trends and technologies.
Michael zur Muehlen, Stevens Institute of Technology (BPM Conference Tutorials - Business Process Management Standards) and Peter Loos, DFKI, (Towards a Reference Process Model for Event Management).
Nuance opened an office at the DFKI campus in Saarbruecken to further advance cognitive and conversational AI innovation across several joint research initiatives, including the relationship between humans and in-car systems, as well as AI applied to healthcare systems and omni-channel customer care.
Wolfgang Wahlster, DFKI, discussed how intelligent Car2X technologies create smart spaces inside connected cars and their environment and presented a new generation of car assistants that provide a broad range of situation-aware services from local danger warnings, intelligent intersection and traffic-light management, to persuasive eco-driving coaching.
DFKI / University of Kaiserslautern, Saarbruecken, Germany