KI Missionen


To enable the elderly and people in need of care to live independently for as long as possible with the help of robotics, mechatronics and artificial intelligence: Since 2018, a team of scientists and industry partners from the Technical University of Munich has been working on this goal.


The focus of tomorrow's manufacturing is not on large quantities, but on the vision of batch size 1. The technological basis for this is being researched in the lighthouse project KI.FABRIK BAYERN.


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The new TUM Center TUM ELI: First AI experimentation room for automatic knowledge generation

The Science Council has recommended the construction of a new research building at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The TUM Center for Embodied Laboratory Intelligence (TUM ELI) is to be funded with 51 million euros. The research building is…

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Cobots: How tactile robots make human-robot collaboration (HRC) safe

They are called LWR iisy, LWR iiwa, Yu+, UR 5e or simply "Robot": Everything in Robin Kirschner's lab in Garching-Hochbrück revolves around robot arms, including those from Kuka, Yuanda Robotics, Universal Robotics or Franka Emika. "I don't know of…

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The Design Generator: Building Products Like ChatGPT Writes Texts

Luca Sacchetto wants to let artificial intelligence build sofas, chairs and, for example, robot heads. Based on an open-source transformer similar to the Generative Pretrained Transformer (GPT), the doctoral student at the Technical University of…

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What is MIRMI?

The Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MIRMI) is one of TUM’s Integrative Research Institutes (IRI). The institute’s goal is to research the fundamentals of robotics, perception, and artificial intelligence to develop human-centered, innovative, and sustainable technological solutions for the central challenges of our time in the sectors of health, work, environment, and mobility. To make this possible, MIRMI bundles the expertise of more than 60 professors from various disciplines, including engineering, computer science, life sciences, medicine, and social sciences.

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