A delegation of the EU Commission has paid a visit to AMO GmbH, within the broader context of a site-visit at RWTH Aachen University. Theme of the visit was the role of universities in contributing to the competitiveness and prosperity of Europe, and what the EU can do to foster their future development. [read more »]
RWTH Aachen University, Forschungszentrum Jülich and AMO GmbH are joining forces with numerous companies and start-ups in the region to lay the technological basis for future European AI-hardware. [read more »]
An interview with Max Lemme over the Future-Cluster NeuroSys
In a video interview for the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of RWTH Aachen University, Prof. Max Lemme explains the vision behind the Future-Cluster NeuroSys, the role of neuromorphic hardware in shaping the future of artificial intelligence applications, and the necessity of addressing not only the technical aspects, but also the socio-economic implications of this new technology, to ensure that it conforms “by design” with European values. [read more »]
The cluster “NeuroSys – Neuromorphic Hardware for Autonomous Artificial Intelligence Systems” will receive €45 million funding from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to contribute to the technological independence of Germany and Europe in the field of artificial intelligence. [read more »]
On Monday, August 10, 2020, AMO GmbH received the visit of Rudolf Henke, member of the German parliament (Bundestag).
Max Lemme is the coordinator of the project NeuroSys – one of the 16 projects that are now in the conception phase of the BMBF-funding initiative “Clusters4Future”, out of 137 initial submissions.