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Maschinelles Lernen und Künstliche Intelligenz – Eine Revolution in der Automatisierungstechnik oder nur ein Hype?

Machine learning and artificial intelligence – A revolution in automation technology or only a hype?
Ralf Mikut

Funding source: German Research Association

Award Identifier / Grant number: MI 1315/5-2

Funding statement: Gefördert durch die Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft in der Initiative “Energie System 2050”, der Helmholtz Information and Data Science School – HIDSS4Health, Helmholtz AI sowie der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft – Projekt MI 1315/5-2).

Danksagung

Die Sicht auf dieses Thema beruht auf den durchgeführten Projekten im Umfeld des Autors. Mein Dank für zahlreiche Diskussionen gilt den Kolleg*innen und Studierenden unseres Instituts (insbesondere Andreas Bartschat, Veit Hagenmeyer, Markus Reischl und Tim Scherr), dem Fachausschuss 5.14 Computational Intelligence, dem wissenschaftlichen Beirat der at-Automatisierungstechnik sowie Projektpartnern aus der Wissenschaft und Industrie (insbesondere Tim Pychynski).

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Erhalten: 2020-03-28
Angenommen: 2020-03-30
Online erschienen: 2020-04-30
Erschienen im Druck: 2020-05-27

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