About Special interest Groups at CAIML
CAIML, the TU Wien Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, is a hub for research, innovation, collaboration, and education. This center brings together experts, researchers, students, and industry professionals to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and drive advancements in AI and ML technologies.
Within CAIML, there exist several Special Interest Groups that share a common interest, expertise, or focus on specific topics. SIGs are formed to facilitate collaboration, knowledge sharing, and networking among individuals who have specialized knowledge in a particular field.
AI in Industry is one of the newest Special Interest Groups within CAIML. The SIG’s first activity, a seminar on ChatGPT for Business Development, will take place on November 17, 2023.
About the Seminar
This one day event will dive into the world of ChatGPT and generative AI tools, teaching you how to effectively use them for innovation, marketing & sales, and operational efficiency. Our hands-on, no-code approach provides practical examples for customer interviews, hyper-personalized outreach, go-to-market strategies, product descriptions, and more. Learn how ChatGPT and other generative AI tools can boost innovation, growth, and operational efficiency today.
Click here for full details and the link to register.
Dr. Martin Kampel is Associate Professor (Privatdozent) at the Computer Vision Lab, Vienna University of Technology engaged in research, project coordination, industry consulting, and teaching. His research focus is on Machine Vision and Learning applied to Active Assisted Living (AAL), Cultural Heritage Applications, Visual Surveillance, and Robotics. Current research topics are trustworthy AI and algorithmic governance alongside the exploration of technology transfer methods aimed at bridging the gap between promising research outcomes and their practical implementation in the market.
Rene Bohnsack is Associate Professor for Strategy and Innovation at CATÓLICA-LISBON. René researches the commercialization of sustainable and digital technologies and how business models can accelerate the process. René’s current research focuses on token-based business models, competition in digital business ecosystems and the role of digital technologies for sustainable development on business modelling. He shared the findings of his research in an acclaimed TEDx talk in 2019.
Marco Kohns is a marketing professional and start-up enthusiast, as he shares insights from his experience in international agencies, the global start-up accelerator Techstars, and his Master’s in Digital Marketing & Analytics. Delve into the insights from his thesis about “Large language models as an approach to start-up and scale-up growth”.