Today’s genius mind is Gerhard Kreß, the Vice President of the IoT Platform and MindSphere Application Centers. Tune in to this episode to learn why it is crucial to push technology with purpose, why educating customers to speak the same language is key, and why we should pay much more attention to derived data sets. Moreover, you will also explore whether the application of AI is more art or craft and hear the story of an elephant that appeared at an intersection in downtown Sindelfingen.
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mais episódios de "HUMAN & AI"
Mathias Oppelt – Simulations, Sustainability, and Machine Learning
43:00Today’s genius mind is Dr. Mathias Oppelt, head of the Simulation Center at Siemens. Virtual simulation tools can be great assistants to optimize real-world operations. As such, modeling and simulations are key levers for sustainability. But how might machine learning enhance simulations? And what role does trust play? Get answers to these questions in this episode of Human & AI! For more information, have a look at Mathias’ video on Simulation & Modelling for higher sustainability across the lifecycle with SIMIT.Curious about AI? Visit our Siemens AI Lab website! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Afzal Shabaz Mohammed - Data-driven Smart Cities & Dubai Expo2020
44:37Today’s genius mind is Afzal Shabaz Mohammed, Head of MindSphere & Lead of the Expo2020 Dubai Project at Siemens. Cities are becoming increasingly “smart”. But how can we make those smart cities more human-centric and how can data help? What makes the Dubai ecosystem so special, as an example? Get answers to these questions and insights into the crazy dimensions of the Expo2020 Dubai in this episode of Human & AI!Curious about AI? Visit our AI Lab Website! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Christian Kabusch - The Upheaval towards "New Work"
55:16Today’s genius mind is Christian Kabusch, Global Human Resources Business Partner at Siemens Industry. The way we work is changing, probably faster than ever. A key part of HR is keeping up with this transformation. But how do you face this upheaval towards “new work” in technology-driven organizations? How do you build and maintain adaptability and agility? Get answers to these questions in this episode of Human & AI!Visit our AI Lab Website! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Beat Weibel - Intellectual Property and AI
36:50Today’s genius mind is Beat Weibel, Chief IP Counsel at Siemens. Intellectual property protection is a hugely important topic, not just for AI, but for innovation in general. Tune in to this episode to learn how Siemens is doing on AI patents, why quality is more important than quantity, and how IP protection and open-source work can go hand in hand.Curious on AI Use Cases? Visit our AI Lab Website! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jan Pospisil - How AI changes Cybersecurity
45:53Today’s genius mind is Jan Pospisil, Head of Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Analytics at Siemens Cyber Defense Center.A 320% increase in cyberattacks in 2019 demonstrates the growing importance of cybersecurity. Every year there are new forms of attacks. Tune in to this episode if you want to find out how AI helps and challenges cyber defense at the same time and why Jan thinks lifelong learning is especially important in this area.Visit our AI Lab Website! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Markus Lade - Working with Water: Challenges and AI Applications
45:27Today’s genius mind is Dr. Markus Lade, Global Head of Water/Wastewater Vertical at Siemens.Tune in to this episode to learn what makes working with water so special, the unique challenges faced in this industry, and how AI can help overcome some of those challenges.Look at the Tech For Sustainability Challenge - Reduction of Sewage Overflow:https://ecosystem.siemens.com/topic/detail/default/142 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alexander Senn - HR in Transformation
41:26Today’s genius mind is Alexander Senn, Head of HR at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Tune in to this episode if you want to learn how a potential increase in employee leisure time due to technological improvements will affect HR, what buzzwords like "adaptive organization" or "operational agility" are all about, and whether large companies can still move fast.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mohsen Rezayat - Adoption, Value, and Ethics of AI in Software
38:21Today’s genius mind is Mohsen Rezayat, Chief Solutions Architect at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Tune in to this episode to learn how knowledge graphs are used for anomaly detection, how Siemens could benefit from publishing an open-source API for industrial AI, and why a well-known scientist stopped his computer vision research due to ethical concerns. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sabine Erlinghagen - The Confluence of Sustainability and Profitability
35:54Today's genius mind is Sabine Erlinghagen, CEO of Digital Grid. In this episode, you will learn why businesses need to be bionic, what the biggest challenge is for grid operators and how machine learning technologies can help, and why we need to be decisive and surprising to succeed in the future. You'll also find out what it means to move from a product-market fit to a product-planet fit, and what the convergence of profitability and sustainability means for us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Robert Neuhauser - At the crossroads of Human Talent & (AI) Technology
37:45Today's genius mind is Robert Neuhauser, Global Head of Siemens Talent and Leadership. In this brand new episode, learn how leaders can foster agility and individualism that boosts their employees' careers, whether leadership is a different matter in the age of AI, and if AI could be the better unbiased human. Moreover, you will explore Robert's hidden strength and his valuable advice for those of you who really want to make a difference in large corporates like Siemens. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.