18. January 2019
Posted by aisolab

Do you want to explore your passion for data? Then join us at the Data Festival 2019! Taking place from 20 to 21 March at the Muffatwerk in Munich, this Festival aims at bringing together the community of users and data experts! The focus is on topics such as Data Science & Machine Learning, Data Engineering & Architecture, Data Visualization & Analytics.

In addition, there will be a day of an exciting pre-conference workshop on March 19 where you will have the chance to obtain a first impression of this fruitful event while enhancing your network!

19.03.2019 – Pre-Workshop-Day
20.03.2019 – 21.03.2019 – Conference

Pre-Workshop-Day – Sofitel Hotel in Munich
Conference – Muffatwerk

See you there!

17. December 2018
Posted by aisolab

Dear aiso-lab friends, customers, and partners!

Since November 1st, 2018, our offices can be found in a new beautiful location at the Kölner-Heumarkt. Our new address is ‘Gürzenichstrasse 27, 50667 in Cologne‘ on the 4th floor. Here we have a bird’s eye view over the Heumarkt; the Deutzer Brücke and the Rhine while we are enjoying a great atmosphere at any time!

Visit us for a cup of coffee or a glass of gluhwein and have joyful moments at the Christmas Market. Be part of our journey into the world of Artificial Intelligence and get inspired by new digital approaches and innovative ideas!

Please make a note of the following date:

  • KI & Karneval on Thursday, 28 February 2019, from 16:00 with impulse interest on Artificial Intelligence
  • Carnival finale in the Gürzenich-Festhalle from 19:00 at the FEST IN BLAU of Kölner Funken Artillerie blue-white since 1870 e.V.

More details on the agenda are to be announced soon. We are looking forward to early registration for better planning of our events.

Visit us at any time in the new business premises and to our events.

We are looking forward to welcoming you!

Your aiso-lab team

30. November 2018
Posted by aisolab

On 13 and 14 November, the VDE became the capital for future technologies, on its 125th anniversary!

At the VDE Tec Summit 2018, almost 190 speakers presented and discussed visionary digital ideas. Among them our CEO and President of KI-Verband Jörg Bienert who showed the potential of AI, expectations and how our services can contribute to the market needs.

Also, he emphasized the role of KI Verband and its essential role in supporting Germany in catching up with new technologies.

The highlight: the anniversary evening with keynote speeches on technology policy by Federal Economics Minister Peter Altmaier and Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser and the big birthday party - including a trip into space to the international space station ISS.

Thank you Tecsummit for this exciting journey!

19. November 2018
Posted by aisolab

Immediately after the federal government had presented its AI strategy last week, our CEO and President of the German AI Association was giving an interview at the daily evening news on Tagesschau.de. During this interview, also the products of RAYPACK.AI GmbH were shown, emphasizing a range object and person recognition.

The AI strategy is a very comprehensive document with 77 individual measures. However, since concrete implementation plans including associated budget are mainly lacking, a short-term concretization is necessary. "The strategy paper is a good starting point for an intensive process, which must now be started immediately with all participants. Otherwise, this is just a nice collection of ideas."

Click here for the interview and contact us at info@aiso-lab.de for more information!





























05. November 2018
Posted by aisolab

By Dr. Alexander Lorz

Have you ever wanted to make objects disappear from an image?













Source: http://deepangel.media.mit.edu

Now, DeepAngel can make this happen. Developed by researches at MIT, DeepAngel is an Artificial Intelligence that erases objects from photographs by using neural network. This algorithm uses Detectron from Facebook AI Research for object recognition and DeepFill for impainting using a neural network. This means that objects to be removed are detected by Detectron and painted over by DeepFill in such a way that they can hardly be distinguished from the background.











Source: http://deepangel.media.mit.edu

If you have any questions about image processing using AI or would like to know how you can add value to your images or videos, please contact us at info@aiso-lab.com.


02. November 2018
Posted by aisolab


We are delighted to invite you to KINNOVATE organized by Euroforum and taking place on 11 and 12 December 2018, in Munich.  This event is focusing on the implementation of Artificial Intelligence solutions in business practice. You will get an overview of current applications and find partners for pilot projects and concrete business models.

We are looking forward to presenting our innovative use cases and highly-scalable AI software solutions such as Visual Computing, which among others, is our primary expertise.

We want to contribute to your participation. Therefore we have a special prize for you! Subscribe now to our Newsletter and get the exclusive opportunity to visit the event at a reduced price which amounts up to -600€. Click here to subscribe and stay tuned for our next Newsletter!

Further information about the event can be found here.

24. October 2018
Posted by aisolab

Today and in the next two days, the Medientage will take place in Munich. We are pleased to present our services for AI-based automatic indexing of videos and archive material.

You will find us at the booth of Deutsche Telekom. We look forward to your visit!


17. October 2018
Posted by aisolab

It was a great honor for aiso-lab that our CSO Dr. Alexander Lorz gave a plenary talk at ELIV (Electronics in Vehicles) about Artificial  Intelligence. Other speakers on that conference day (16.10.2018) in Baden-Baden included Prof. Shai Shalev-Shwartz, CTO Mobileye; Dr. Stefan Poledna, member of the executive board TTTech Computertechnik and Gero Schulze Isfort, CSMO Krone Commercial Vehicle.

Many thanks to VDI Wissensforum.








Source: VDI Wissensforum


03. October 2018
Posted by aisolab

Over 2,66 million people watched the interview that our CTO Gary Hilgemann gave to the ARD, Germany’s largest TV broadcaster, yesterday. During the interview, the amazing possibilities that AI has created were emphasized as well as the distinct advantages of our services and the tremendous need for investments in development and research in Germany.

RAYPACK.AI and it’s sister company Rebotnix-for the edge hardware-are specializing in Visual Computing and provides customized highly-scalable AI software solutions that power manufacturing, quality control and other fundamental business processes on a multinational level. To achieve that, we are using Rebotnix Gustav-a highly reliable hardware device- as well as other devices, which among others, makes it easy for everyone to use our Visual Analyzer platform.

Our special thanks go to the report team Munich, Fabian Mader and colleagues for their good overview of the status of AI in Germany.

Click here to see the whole report and check out our products and use cases to obtain a better comprehension of our services.

05. September 2018
Posted by aisolab

by Dr. Alexander Lorz and Ann Sophie Löhde

Ever wanted to dance like Michael Jackson or a prima ballerina, but you have two left feet? Thanks to a new AI algorithm, you can now get closer to this dream – at least on video!

See yourself:


This video shows the AI algorithm developed by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley in action. Their approach is described in the paper "Everybody Dance Now".

In this source video, the posture is detected and presented as a so-called "pose stick figure". This posture is then transferred to the person in the target video.

For this process to be temporally coherent, a unique Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) is used. Also, another GAN is used to make a face as detailed and realistic as possible.

This AI algorithm opens up new possibilities for video editing. In the future, anyone can use AI algorithms to perform movements and actions on video that they are not able to do. This advancement in AI makes it almost impossible to distinguish between real and animated video. Except for the many advantages, this new technology also presents some threats. So, for example, you cannot know any more if a person on tape was doing the movement him-/herself.

If you have any questions about image processing using AI, or if you would like to know how to generate more value with your images or videos, feel free to contact us at info@aiso-lab.com.