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Brain-machine interfaces measure the signals of the brain and use them to derive control commands for computers, machines or robots. The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) is one of the pioneers in the mobile multimodal use of ...

Das Haus der Wissenschaft bietet in diesen Sommerferien ein besonderes Programm für Schülerinnen und Schüler an. Unter dem Motto „Neue Formate erlernen – Denken strukturieren – Inhalte teilen und verbreiten“ finden vom 21. Juli bis 6. August 2020 ver...

Das vom DFKI Robotics Innovation Center betreute Projekt „Teilautonomer, Hoch Mobiler Roboter“, kurz THORO, stellt sich und den von ihnen genutzten Roboter ARTEMIS beim digitalen Master-Projekttag der Informatik an der Universität Bremen am Freitag, ...

Could Jupiter’s moon Europa offer the right conditions for extraterrestrial life? How could the ocean, which is suspected under the sheet of several kilometers of ice, be investigated? In the Europa Explorer project series, the German Research Center...

Das DFKI beteiligt sich mit verschiedenen Online-Formaten am ersten Digitaltag am 19. Juni 2020. Unter dem Hashtag #digitalmiteinander werden Menschen in ganz Deutschland virtuell zusammengebracht, um verschiedenste Aspekte der Digitalisierung zu bel...

Today, the EU Horizon 2020 project PULSAR (Prototype of an Ultra Large Structure Assembly Robot) is holding its Critical Design Review with representatives of the European Commission. After 15 months, the eight project partners are presenting the res...

Six years and six days after the opening of the first building, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in Bremen has started the second construction phase on Monday. The extension in the Robert-Hooke-Strasse 1 in the Bremen Tec...

Physical strains are one of the main reasons for sick leaves and early retirement amongst nursing staff. In order to support workers and give patients more independency, the two Bremen-based research departments of the German Research Center for Arti...

Only a few nautical miles away from the island of Helgoland, eight yellow buoys mark a three square kilometers large and 45 meters deep test field since April 23rd. The field can be used to test surface and underwater applications. With the opening o...

In order to protect our employees from the rapid spreading of the Corona virus, the DFKI in Bremen is not permanently staffed and can be reached mainly via e-mail. For technical questions, you can contact the staff of the research department Robotics...

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