Research Topics

Human-Machine Interaction

Interactive and user-friendly interfaces form the basis of multimodal human-technology interaction. Personalized dialogue systems combine speech, gestures and facial expressions with physical interaction. This involves the use of user, task and domain models in order to make dialogue behaviour as natural as possible and dialogue comprehension stable even under difficult conditions. Future user interface concepts are detached from the usual mouse and keyboard paradigms and enable intuitive, gesture-based control.

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In the project “KITOS - Artificial Intelligence for TSN for Optimization and Fault Detection” scientists and engineers are working together on...

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Digital education is experiencing a boom thanks to Covid-19. In this interview, Prof. Dr. Niels Pinkwart talks about the opportunities Artificial...

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Corona cripples the economy. Deutsche Messe Group responds: Hannover Messe cancelled for 2020. Next date for the trade fair: 2021. Since 2014,...

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Projects

HaLeR - Detection of action deviations through learning with limited computing resources

The HaLeR project aims to develop solutions for a flexible and adaptive MMI. The developed methods should allow a system to react and adapt flexibly to human behaviour in case of situation changes....

Adaptive software framework for context-sensitive, intuitive man-machine-interaction

The aim of project "KiMMI SF" is the development of a software framework for flexible and context-optimized man-machine-interaction. On the one hand, this shall offer online reconfigurable data...

Exploring the Potential of Pervasive Embedded Brain Reading in Human Robot Collaborations

Förderung von Forschungsvorhaben zur Verbesserung der Explorations- und Integrationsphasen der IKT-Forschung

Scalable adaptive production systems through AI-based resilience optimization

The innovation competition "Artificial Intelligence as a Driver for Economically Relevant Ecosystems" (AI Innovation Competition) of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) is a...

Multipurpose robotics for mAniPulation of defoRmable materIaLs in manufacturing processes

The APRIL project aims at prototyping low cost and agile market-oriented multipurpose, and easy to repurpose, autonomous dexterous robots; which will manipulate, assemble or process different soft and...

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz