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Lisa Schmors and Fabio Seel attended the AREADNE 2024 conference on the Greek island of Milos from June 25-28, fostering deep engagement through its unique program, interactive poster sessions, and exceptional presentations. They shared their…
The International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR) is one of the largest conferences in the field of machine learning, and thus a highlight in the calendar for researchers every year. This year, I had the pleasure of attending the…
New article in Nature Methods featuring insights from several experts including Philipp Berens and Dmitry Kobak from the Hertie Institute for AI in Brain Health AI, about how dimension reduction helps to visualize high-dimensional datasets and why…
May 24, 2024
50 Jahre Gemeinnützige Hertie Stiftung. Das Hertie Institute for AI in Brain Health gratuliert! Wir freuen uns auf die Möglichkeit, die kommenden Jahrzehnte gemeinsam mit der Gemeinnützige Hertie-Stiftung gestalten zu dürfen!
May 23, 2024
What is everyday life like for doctoral students? Daniel Hölle, Philipp Hubert and Hertie AI PhD student Lisa casually interview doctoral students about their research research, dreams and problems in a monthly podcast.
May 02, 2024
More than one million papers are published every year in the field of biomedicine and life sciences – an overwhelming volume. To help navigate through the literature, we created a map of the entire landscape of biomedical research using machine…
On Thursday, April 11, 2024, PhD Student Sara Müller attended the official EyeMatics kick-off event in Münster.
Künstliche Intelligenz Welche Chancen und Risiken birgt der Einsatz von KI beim Erkennen und Behandeln von Krankheiten? Ein Interview mit dem Tübinger Wissenschaftler Philipp Berens über selbstdenkende Computer als Helfer in der Medizin. Von…
Apr 16, 2024
Lorenzo Zimmer
This study aimed to automatically detect epiretinal membranes (ERM) in various OCT-scans of the central and paracentral macula region and classify them by size using deep-neural-networks (DNNs)
Apr 11, 2024
In March 2024, PhD student Kerol Djoumessi had the great opportunity to attend the Doctoral Training School - Foundational Methods in Data Science Training School in Kigali, Rwanda as a tutor.
Hertie AI team members from our research group "Representation Learning and Data Visualization" have developed a two-dimensional (2D) map to help navigate the complex landscape of the entire corpus of biomedical literature on pubmed.
Apr 09, 2024
Read the report from PhD Student Jonas Beck about his participation in a Hackathon on imulation-based inference (SBI).
Read more about the experience of Hertie AI researcher Rita González Márquez and and Jan Niklas Böhm at the 2024 Machine Learning Summer School in Okinawa, Japan.
Read more about the experience of Hertie AI researcher Lisa Schmors as a lecturer of Statistics in Gabon, Africa
Interview for the Hertie Foundation. Hertie AI Director Philip Berens about his work at the interface between artificial intelligence and neuroscience. What opportunities does he see for the future?
On October 9th and 10th, 2023, the Berlin Institute for the Foundations of Learning and Data (BIFOLD) at TU Berlin invited scientists from the university AI competence centers (BIFOLD, ScaDS.AI Dresden/Leipzig, Lamarr Institute, Tübingen AI Center,…
From September 17-20th, over 200 international retina experts working in visual neuroscience, theoretical modeling and clinical applications met in Tübingen. They gathered to share their latest results, discuss new ideas and meet old friends.
From 9/17-9/20, the European Retina Meeting will bring the international retina community to Tübingen to discuss recent progress in basic and clinical retina research.
The kick-off symposium of the Tübingen AI Center will take place on July 18 with a visit of Secretary of State Jens Brandenburg featuring work of Hertie AI scientists Rita and Indu
Jul 18, 2023
I. lanchezian, R. Gonzalez-Marquez, P. Berens
The yearly “ML in Science”-conference of the Excellence Cluster “Machine Learning” is taking place July 11/12, featuring the work of Hertie AI scientists Kyra, Jonas and Sarah!
The Hertie Institute for AI in Brain Health (Hertie AI) has been established at the University of Tübingen, marking the start of the first institute in Germany to explore the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and neurology. Hertie AI aims…
The Department of Data Science is offering multiple positions for PhD candidates in Machine learning for medical imaging, neurogenomics and neuronal modeling to start as soon as possible.
Jul 02, 2023
Based on an AI-based analysis of more than 20,000,000 paper abstracts using large language models, researchers at Hertie AI have created an interactive online platform in collaboration with Nomic AI that allows a bird’s-eye view of the entire…
Philipp Berens has been awarded a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for his "NextMechMod" project. The project for the development of new models and algorithms for researching amacrine cells, special nerve cells in the retina of…
Jun 02, 2023
The Data Science Department hosts Ifeoma Nwabufo (Nigeria) as part of the Tübingen-AIMS fellowship program of the Excellence Cluster “Machine Learning”
PhD student Julius Gervelmeyer starts project on AMD progression modeling in the Else-Kröner-Fresenius College “ClinBrain” at intersection of AI and medicine
Apr 28, 2023
J. Gervelmeyer, L. Koch, P. Berens