Fields of Application

Health & Medicine

In medicine, AI has the potential to diagnose difficult-to-detect diseases earlier and to optimize treatment. In areas where it is superior to human capabilities, it can support and relieve doctors and medical staff: in image processing, pattern recognition, the evaluation of large amounts of medical data or the comparison of symptoms. It helps with practical training and further education and allows intuitive operation of instruments and devices. Intelligent systems also actively support therapy and rehabilitation. In the area of Ambient Assisted Living, their use improves the quality of life of elderly or disadvantaged people.

News

No matter if it is running, sleeping or eating: More and more people use digital technologies in order to monitor and optimise their health. However,...

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Body-Tracking mit Hilfe eines Sensoranzugs

Whether pain in the back, shoulders or knees: Incorrect posture in the workplace can have consequences. A sensor system developed by researchers at TU...

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The universities of Luebeck, Kiel, Hamburg and Bremen and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, supported by the states of...

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Projects

Personalized Body Sensor Networks with Built-In Intelligence for Real-Time Risk Assessment and Coaching of Ageing workers, in all types of working and living environments

Improper strain on the musculoskeletal system, repetitive movements or an ergonomically uncomfortable posture lead to complaints from many employees. In particular, older employees often suffer from...

SkinCare

The EIT digital project SkinCare is developing a mobile app for patients in the context of skin cancer diagnosis and treatment. The combination of patient data and image data enables decision support...

Berliner Big Data Center

Goals

In order to optimally prepare industry, science and the society in Germany and Europe for the global Big Data trend, highly coordinated activities in research, teaching, and technology transfer...

Personalised Medicine by Predictive Modeling in Stroke for better Quality of Life

Stroke is one of the most severe medical problems with far-reaching public health and socio-economic impact, gathering momentum in an ageing society. PRECISE4Q sets out to minimise the burden of...

Virtual reality in physiotherapeutic and psychotherapeutic pain therapy

The aim of the ViRST project is to make virtual reality technologies usable for pain therapies. The necessary sensor technology is designed and implemented as a demonstrator. Movement and language are...

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz