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Aimee van Wynsberghe

Living and working with robots changes people. How can artificial intelligence (AI) be innovative whilst respecting social values at the same time? In the person of Aimee van Wynsberghe, Bonn is gaining one of the world’s leading researchers in AI and robot ethics.

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Aimee van Wynsberghe

André Platzer

By developing and applying differential dynamic logics, André Platzer has made a crucial contribution to testing the security of cyber-physical systems in, for example, traffic, aviation and shipping as well as robotics.

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André Platzer

Angela Schoellig

Whether you think in terms of autonomous drones, self-driving cars or robots that care for the sick or support older people, machines constantly have to respond to new and unexpected situations. Not all of these situations can be predicted and programmed with the appropriate default response. Machine learning and robots that learn from their experience are the solution.

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Angela Schoellig

Angela Yu

At the Centre for Cognitive Science at TU Darmstadt, the adaptive and intelligent behaviour of humans and machines is a focus of research. Endowed with a Humboldt Professorship, Angela Yu is invited to assume a bridging function there between artificial intelligence and the neurosciences.

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Angela Yu

Daniel Rückert

Alexander von Humboldt Professorship for Artificial Intelligence 2020 Daniel Rückert As the head of a new Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Medicine, Daniel Rückert is scheduled

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Daniel Rückert

Hector Geffner

Hector Geffner is seen as one of the leading minds on the global AI stage and a pioneer of automated planning. In Aachen, he is invited to enhance Germany’s visibility as an AI hub and help to further Europe’s vanguard position in developing trustworthy, human-centred AI.

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Hector Geffner

Heike Vallery

The human gait – which usually looks intuitive and natural – is an extremely complex form of locomotion. When you are walking, you are constantly defying gravity and have to keep fine-tuning your balance. This is precisely why the upright gait is still difficult to replicate technically. Mechanical engineer Heike Vallery studies gait and balance and develops applications in hardware and control technology for the rehabilitation of people with reduced mobility.

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Heike Vallery

Holger Hoos

No machine learning, no modern artificial intelligence (AI). But there are only a few people in the world who have the expertise to construct algorithms and teach AI systems how they should carry out certain tasks. That is why Holger Hoos puts his faith in automated machine learning, an approach to AI research which he has pioneered.

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Holger Hoos

Ingmar Weber

Ingmar Weber conducts research at the interface of the social sciences and artificial intelligence. He uses statistical methods to analyse data generated by social platforms in order to make statements about political polarisation or to model migration movements.

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Ingmar Weber

Joacim Rocklöv

By introducing innovative mathematical and bioinformatics methods in modelling and quantifying the impacts of climate change on public health, Joacim Rocklöv is on course to give fresh impetus to climate change research at the University of Heidelberg.

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Joacim Rocklöv