The Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MSRM) happily announces that our Senior Management Team is complete and integrated by Dr.-Ing. Maria Danninger as Chief of Innovation, Dr. Utku Culha as Chief of Science and Dipl. Kff. Magdalena Buch as Managing Director.

Researchers aim to reduce the cost of common hearing test probes to facilitate nationwide hearing screenings for newborns even in developing countries. The early detection of hearing impairments will help to improve patients’ quality of life.

MSRM warmly welcomes Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sandra Hirche, who will lead the AI sector at the MSRM Science Board together with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Diepold.

Prof. Hendrik Dietz and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang A. Wall, Principal Investigators affiliated with MSRM, won ERC Advanced Grants to develop artificial viruses from DNA origami and create a computer model of the human lungs using AI.

The Round Table on Engineers for the Future was an insightful conversation among experienced engineers about the future of a socially responsible engineering.

A team of researchers from the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence has developed a new early warning system for vehicles that uses artificial intelligence to learn from thousands of real traffic situations. A study of the system was carried out in cooperation with the BMW Group. The results show that, if used in today’s self-driving vehicles, it can warn seven seconds in advance against potentially critical situations that the cars cannot handle alone – with over 85% accuracy.

Jugend forscht is a nationwide competition for young talent that promotes special achievements and talents in mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology.

A top-class “KI Council” will act as an expert committee to support the expansion of the Bavarian KI network.

Today TUM-Vicepresident Claudia Peus, Science Minister Bernd Sibler, professor Sami Haddadin and representatives from Infineon, Lufthansa and Eon celebrated the establishment of the institute for "Life Long Learning" from 11 am to 1 pm.

Based on application scenarios for AI, "Lernende Systeme", Germany´s platform for Artificial Intelligence, asked the acting director of the Munich School of Robotics, Prof. Sami Haddadin, about the role of individual protection in the factory of the future.