After a few years break due to the pandemic, the OSADL Networking Day finally took place live again in Heidelberg. The topic this year was AI in industrial automation. In addition to many interesting presentations, there were interesting discussions about open source, artificial intelligence and the changes in industry during the breaks and the evening program. In the late afternoon, participants took a trip to the edge of the universe during a visit to the House of Astronomy.
The lecture program was wide-ranging. It ranged from legal and ethical aspects of artificial intelligence to deeper insights into the implementation of AI systems and experiences in the industrial environment. Artificial intelligence has already penetrated many of our areas of life. This raises new questions such as, who owns the data, what about copyrights, who bears responsibility, should we be afraid of machines taking over world power, or quite profanely, how can I create benefits in my market with this new technology?
AI & ML at Ginzinger
AI directly in the device
ML algorithms on i.MX8M Plus
Stefan Hager from Ginzinger electronic systems talked about his experiences with the implementation of machine learning algorithms on an embedded device with the new Ginzinger NXP i.MX 8M plus platform.. Ginzinger showed a demo application based on the Ginzinger embedded Linux platform GELin in the foyer of the event center.
Thei OSADL Networking Day is an important fixed point in the calendar of every embedded developer to get in touch with the latest trends and technologies. We are already looking forward to the next Networking Day in 2024.
About the OSADL
The OSADL is the leading competence network offering services for the use of Open Source Software in industrial products. It supports the sustainable use of OSS and offers broad knowledge and a large network of experts to accompany product developments.
Ginzinger electronic systems has been a member of OSADL for many years, participates in congresses and is actively involved in the further development of Linux in the industrial environment.
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