Germany invested 13.3 billion euros to strengthen

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Germany invested 133million euros to strengthen artificial intelligence education in Colleges and universities

last Friday, the German Science Federation (GWK) officially established a new foundation "innovation in university teaching", and adopted the corresponding economic plan of direct and indirect loading. The Federal Ministry of education and Research (BMBF) and the Toepfer foundation, as the initiator of the foundation, signed a trust agreement. The joint scientific conference announced that the federal states should join the agreement in 2024

since then, the legally independent foundation has operated independently to a large extent, and the first funding will be distributed to colleges and universities in the second half of 2021. According to the announcement, the federal government will take over the funds from 2021 to 2023. From 2024, the federal government will invest 110million euros a year and the federal states will invest 40million euros a year

ko cylinder, vice chairman of GWK and Minister of science of Rhineland Pfalz, may also have air entering the tube after receiving it. Professor nrad wolf said that the foundation's funding of innovation activities nationwide aims to ensure that innovation at the level of R & D and testing is not just R & D and testing, but can be applied and transformed in the actual environment

AI will become an important driving force for innovation

in addition, GWK unanimously approved two funding plans for AI. Through the "artificial intelligence in Higher Education" agreement, the federal and state governments are promoting artificial intelligence as a key technology in the university education system. The purpose is to cultivate more high-end talents in the field of artificial intelligence in the future. Colleges and universities can apply individually or jointly for up to fivemillion euros per year for a period of four years. In this plan, the federal and state governments provide up to 133million euros in a ratio of 90:10

there are many old factories with a history of 10 years or even hundreds of years. The second funding agreement for artificial intelligence will focus on Colleges and universities, and jointly fund artificial intelligence centers in Baden Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, North Rhine Westphalia and Saxony. Since 2019, the federal government has supported these centers through project funds. From 2022, the federal government and state governments will share these costs. The maximum annual cost is 50million euros. What is the future? Industry experts said. At the same time, non university research institutions in the area near the university can also participate in the plan

Anja karliczek, chairman and research Minister of GWK, said that these two resolutions will make Germany a strong competitor in AI research and AI innovative applications internationally

the eight university data centers will be jointly funded by the federal and state governments through the national high performance computer program (NHR). GWK announced that its goal is to coordinate the network of high-performance data centers nationwide. The data centers located at Aachen University of technology, Berlin University Union, Darmstadt University of technology, Dresden University of technology, Erlangen Nuremberg University, Gottingen University and Paderborn University, as well as Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Kit) received funding from this program

the purpose of joint funding is to enable University researchers across the country to acquire computing capabilities as needed. To this end, the federal government and state governments will provide financial support of up to 62.5 million euros in ten years

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