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KI Lab

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Gerald Stei

Gerald Stei

Gerald Stei coordinates the teaching activities at the Herman Hollerith Centre. He also supervises the KI-Lab Region Stuttgart. 

He works at the interface between research and application of artificial intelligence in SMEs. In addition, Mr Stei conducts research as a doctoral student in the area of Future Workplace, in particular on enterprise social media and organisational agility. 

 

Building HHZ Böblingen
Room 120
Phone +49 7121 271 4104
Fax +49 7121 271 90 4104
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Alexander Rossmann

Prof. Dr. Alexander Rossmann

Alexander Rossmann is Head of the Herman Hollerith Center and Professor for Digital Business Models at the Reutlingen University. Prior to this, he was a research associate at the Institute of Marketing at the University of St. Gallen and a 10-year member of the management team of a renowned consulting company. His research focuses on digital business, user experience, agile governance, smart cities and artificial intelligence.

 

Prof. Rossmann ist responsible for the master study of  Digital Business Management in cooperation with Knowledge Foundation @ Reutlingen University

 

Building HHZ Böblingen
Room 105
Phone +49 7121 271 4100
Fax +49 7121 271 90 4100
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The digital transformation presents companies with new challenges and at the same time opens up unique opportunities. Technologies based on artificial intelligence (AI) offer diverse potentials for companies and can help to improve central value-creating processes. Our KI-Lab informs small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as start-ups in the Stuttgart region about these potentials, sensitises them to the topic of AI, helps them build up the corresponding expertise and accompanies them in concrete AI projects and pilot projects. 

The KI-Lab Region Stuttgart bundles AI know-how from research, consulting and practice. It is a central, low-threshold point of contact for SMEs and start-ups on AI issues. A multi-stage information, training and competence transfer programme specifically addresses the AI-specific needs of SMEs and start-ups. The KI-Lab supports the analysis of the status quo, the definition of realistic goals and shows how the use of AI technologies can support SMEs and start-ups. 

The KI-Lab offers interested SMEs and start-ups support for a comprehensive range of relevant questions. The services of the KI-Lab include the implementation of information events, training workshops, online training offers and intensive consultations as well as the support of pilot AI projects. Further individual services can be tailored to the needs of SMEs and start-ups. 

The project is coordinated by ZD.BB GmbH, Böblingen. In addition to the Böblingen district, other partners include the Herman Hollerith Teaching and Research Centre at Reutlingen University (Faculty of Computer Science) and the Böblingen/Sindelfingen Software Centre. In addition, the project is actively supported by the Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation, the Stuttgart Region Skilled Workers Alliance, the Böblingen District Chamber, the Stuttgart Region Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Stuttgart Region Chamber of Crafts, the Böblingen District Chamber of Crafts and the industry partners IBM Deutschland, MHP and dibuco. 

You can find all the information at www.ki-lab-region-stuttgart.de