Sharing AI Knowledge and Harnessing the Future of Innovation in a German-US Partnership
Monday, Apr 19, 2021
With a new administration in the US, and elections in Germany later this year, the German-US partnership will need to be re-defined. If done right, there will be opportunities abound for a new transatlantic cooperation and exchange on cutting-edge technologies and their manifold applications in business.
We are delighted to have the US Consul General in Hamburg, Darion Akins, and the German Consul General in San Francisco, Hans-Ulrich Suedbeck, weigh in on the new political framework with their unique transatlantic experience. Leading experts in innovation and AI from both sides of the Atlantic will add their expertise on technology trends, with a focus on sustainability and climate mitigation, including ethical viewpoints of what’s technically possible.
This virtual event will kick-off the German-American Innovation Week, addressing start-ups, SMEs (Mittelstand) and research institutions of both the US and Germany, as well as everybody who is interested in innovation and collaboration between the two countries.
Date: Monday, April 19th, 2021
Time: 1PM to 2:30PM ET (Germany: 19h – 20h CET)
Platform: Zoom Meeting
Register via the Link below. The link will take you GABA California’s Web site for registration.
U.S. Consul General in Hamburg for Northern Germany
Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, San Francisco
CEO & Founder of Cambrian Futures,
Professor at HULT International Business School,
Professional Faculty at Berkeley Haas,
Senior Director Datacenter Business Innovation Office, Intel
Chairman BoD, GABA
CEO and Scientific Director of the Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz GmbH (DFKI)
Full professor for Computer Science at Saarland University, Head of the Ubiquitous Media Technology Lab
Managing Director AI.HAMBURG
Advisor for the German Government in AI
Member Global Partnership on AI (GPAI)
Expert for Bundesagentur für Sprunginnovation (SPRIN-D)
This event was conceived and organized by