Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing our world at breakneck speed. AI is no longer an utopia for scientists in Silicon Valley - not least the release of Chat GPT made AI accessible to everyone. At the 88. Zeit Forum Wissenschaft BIFOLD Director Prof. Dr. Klaus-Robert Müller discussed with Kenza Ait Si Abbou, Director Client Engineering IBM, Mina Saidze, Data Lead Axel Springer SE, and Mario Brandenburg, Parliamentary State Secretary BMBF, the societal impact.
In the debate Prof. Dr. Klaus-Robert Müller shared his view on how AI changes not only research and sciences but also how it affects everyday life. As a researcher, he focuses on new AI architectures and systems. As one of the directors of the BIFOLD Institute, he pioneers innovations in AI applications for the sciences, such as medicine, bioinformatics, digital humanities, and quantum chemistry.
The 88th ZEIT Forum Wissenschaft Recording is available at the Audiothek of Deutschlandfunk and filed within the program “Auf den Punkt”: www.deutschlandfunk.de/auf-den-punkt
Duration: 60 min / Format: Audio / Language: German
- Kenza Ait Si Abbou, Director Client Engineering IBM and bestselling author "Menschenversteher"
- Mario Brandenburg, Member of the German Bundestag, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
- Mina Saidze, Data Lead Axel Springer SE, Tech Evangelist FreeTech and Founder Inclusive Tech
- Prof. Dr. Klaus-Robert Müller, Computer scientist, Professor of Machine Learning at TU Berlin, and Director of the Berlin Institute for the Foundations of Learning and Data (BIFOLD)
- Ralf Krauter, „Forschung aktuell“, Deutschlandfunk
- Andreas Sentker, DIE ZEIT
The ZEIT Forum Wissenschaft
The ZEIT Forum Wissenschaft is a series of public events organized by the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius and the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT in cooperation with Deutschlandfunk and the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW). Live and on the radio, topics from all areas of science are discussed and intensively debated. Whether sociology, linguistics, history, psychology, or medicine - the focus is always on precise understanding and social significance.