The Speaker is:
Joachim Köhler (Fraunhofer IAIS in Sankt Augustin, Germany)
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Description of of his live presentation
This presentation gives an overview the publication process and the catalogue of the AI4EU platform. One main service of the AI4EU platform is the catalogue of AI resources, which can be accessed by the users. The following types of AI resources are supported: data sets, AI models, docker containers, executables, and Jupyter notebooks. The presentation shows the concrete steps of the publication process. The AI resource provider has to enter required fields of metadata and information to publish an AI resource. This will be demonstrated and described in detail. Further, the search and navigation to find an AI resource will be shown. Finally, the presentation provides an outlook to the use of AI resources in the experimentation part of the AI4EU platform using the Acumos framework.
Dr. Joachim Köhler (male) received his diploma and Dr.-Ing. degree in Communication Engineering from the RWTH Aachen and Munich University of Technology in 1992 and 2000, respectively. In 1993 he joined the Realization Group of ICSI in Berkeley where he investigated robust speech processing algorithms. From 1994 until 1999 he worked in the speech group of the research and development centre of the SIEMENS AG in Munich. The topic of his PhD thesis is multilingual speech recognition and acoustic phone modelling. Since June 1999 he is with Fraunhofer IAIS in Sankt Augustin and head of the department NetMedia. The research focus of NetMedia lies in the area of multimedia indexing and search methods and applications. His current research interests include pattern recognition, machine/deep learning, speech recognition, spoken document and multimedia retrieval and cloud-based multimedia information architectures. He was recently technical coordinator of the European IP-project Linked-TV. Now he acts as technical manager in the AI4EU project, building a European AI on-demand platform. Finally, he leads the SPEAKER project: A speech assistant platform – Made in Germany.