News

Merger of institutes to boost AI capital

Berlin will receive a new centre for artificial intelligence, funded by the federal government with millions. It is intended to become a world leader in research. A Tagesspiegel article (german) by author Tilmann Warnecke and Christoph David Piorkowski.

Virtual-reality glasses in training For the first time only pretend

At BASF, trainees are learning more and more with virtual reality glasses. What the technology promises and which companies still use them for training. A Tagesspiegel article (german) by author Marie Rövekamp.

AI Capital Berlin

More than 100 professors conduct research on artificial intelligence at Berlin universities. This area will soon be strengthened even further. A Tagesspiegel article (german) by author Tilmann Warnecke.

Grab diseases by the cell

Diseases arise when regulatory processes in the cells no longer function. Recognising this early on could prevent (too) late and expensive therapies. A Tagesspiegel article (german) by author Gunnar Göpel.

“Lots of doctors do not yet recognise the benefits of the electronic patient file”

Markus Leyck Dieken is to digitise the healthcare system – and wants to introduce ePa in January. And he calls for more patient data for research purposes. A Tagesspiegel article (german) by autho Thomas Trappe.

Podcasts

Can an app help with intimitate problems?
Interviewpartner Dr. Titus Brinker, German Cancer Research Center

You can read the english version of the interview here.

Artificial Intelligence disadvantages female patients?
Interview partner: BIH Professor Sylvia Thun, Director of the Core Unit eHealth and Interoperability at the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) and the Charité, funded by the Charité Foundation

You can read the english version of the interview here.

How can the computer help to better understand the brain?
Interview partner: Professor Petra Ritter, BIH Johanna-Quandt-Professorin at the Berlin Institute of Health and at the Charité, funded by the Charité Foundation.

You can read the english version of the interview here.

BIH Charité Digital Clinician Scientist Program

The BIH Charité Digital Clinician Scientist Program (D-CSP) provides a unique opportunity for young medical doctors to combine their clinical training with protected time for research focused on digital topics. Please find all information here.

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Berlin Science Week

Future Medicine Science Match 2020 is part of Berlin Science Week 2020.

Berlin Science Week is a 10-day international festival between 1 — 10 November bringing together the world’s most innovative scientific organisations to celebrate science, to connect and to engage the local and international science community with the public.

The Berlin Science Week is the platform for top global research. More than 200 events will take place this week, some of them digital and some physical. All information, the program and background on future innovations in quantum technology, the cities of the future and digital health can be read in the Tagesspiegel Magazine