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  • 2019年12月10日
    VR glasses

    10 December 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart: A pair of Oculus VR glasses lies on a table next to controllers. Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年12月10日
    VR glasses

    10 December 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart: A pair of Oculus VR glasses lies on a table next to controllers. Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年12月10日
    VR glasses

    10 December 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart: A pair of Oculus VR glasses lies on a table next to controllers. Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年12月10日
    VR glasses

    10 December 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart: A pair of Oculus VR glasses lies on a table next to controllers. Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年10月06日
    Gymnastics: World Championship

    06 October 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart: Gymnastics: world championship, qualification, men. The German team with Lukas Dauser (2.vr) and Andreas Toba (3.vr) reacts. With 82.781 points, Toba is almost certain to reach the all-around final as fifth in the individual classification. Photo: Marijan Murat/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年06月24日
    Exhibition Archaeology in Baden - Expothekケ

    24 June 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: A user of the exhibition “Archaeology in Baden - Expothekケ“ is wearing VR glasses in the Expolab, with which one can immerse oneself in past worlds. The show will be open from 13 July 2019. From the sword from the Bronze Age to precious jewellery - in the museum laboratory interested parties can look at around 1500 historical objects on the basis of a digital catalogue and on advance order - and in some cases also hold them in their hands. (for dpa: “Badisches Landesmuseum becomes a laboratory for the future“) Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年04月10日
    Artificial intelligence investigates insect mortality

    10 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: At the company apic.ai you can see a bee on a hive, sitting on a device through which the bees go into the hive. With the monitoring system developed by apic.ai all honeybees entering or leaving their hive are captured by a camera. Image processing software and intelligent algorithms recognize the bees and interpret patterns in the images. This artificial intelligence is based on a multimodal neural network with several thousand parameters. From the data, new insights can be gained into the condition of the individual peoples, but also into the condition of the nature surrounding them. Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年04月10日
    Artificial intelligence investigates insect mortality

    10 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: Katharina Schmidt, co-founder and CEO of apic.ai GmbH, stands on a beehive with a device through which the bees enter the hive (bottom of the picture). With the monitoring system developed by apic.ai all honeybees entering or leaving their hive are captured by a camera. Image processing software and intelligent algorithms recognize the bees and interpret patterns in the images. This artificial intelligence is based on a multimodal neural network with several thousand parameters. From the data, new insights can be gained into the condition of the individual peoples, but also into the condition of the nature surrounding them. Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年04月10日
    Artificial intelligence investigates insect mortality

    10 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: At the company apic.ai a device is attached to a beehive (left in the picture), through which the bees enter the hive. With the monitoring system developed by apic.ai all honeybees entering or leaving their hive are captured by a camera. Image processing software and intelligent algorithms recognize the bees and interpret patterns in the images (right in the image on a mobile device). This artificial intelligence is based on a multimodal neural network with several thousand parameters. From the data, new insights can be gained into the condition of the individual peoples, but also into the condition of the nature surrounding them. Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年04月10日
    Artificial intelligence investigates insect mortality

    10 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: At the company apic.ai a device is attached to a beehive through which the bees enter the hive. With the monitoring system developed by apic.ai all honeybees entering or leaving their hive are captured by a camera. Image processing software and intelligent algorithms recognize the bees and interpret patterns in the images. This artificial intelligence is based on a multimodal neural network with several thousand parameters. From the data, new insights can be gained into the condition of the individual peoples, but also into the condition of the nature surrounding them. Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年04月10日
    Artificial intelligence investigates insect mortality

    10 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: At the company apic.ai a device is attached to a beehive through which the bees enter the hive. With the monitoring system developed by apic.ai all honeybees entering or leaving their hive are captured by a camera. Image processing software and intelligent algorithms recognize the bees and interpret patterns in the images. This artificial intelligence is based on a multimodal neural network with several thousand parameters. From the data, new insights can be gained into the condition of the individual peoples, but also into the condition of the nature surrounding them. Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年04月10日
    Artificial intelligence investigates insect mortality

    10 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: At the company apic.ai a device is attached to a beehive (left in the picture), through which the bees enter the hive. With the monitoring system developed by apic.ai all honeybees entering or leaving their hive are captured by a camera. Image processing software and intelligent algorithms recognize the bees and interpret patterns in the images (right in the image on a mobile device). This artificial intelligence is based on a multimodal neural network with several thousand parameters. From the data, new insights can be gained into the condition of the individual peoples, but also into the condition of the nature surrounding them. Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2019年04月10日
    Artificial intelligence investigates insect mortality

    10 April 2019, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Karlsruhe: At the company apic.ai a device is attached to a beehive through which the bees enter the hive. With the monitoring system developed by apic.ai all honeybees entering or leaving their hive are captured by a camera. Image processing software and intelligent algorithms recognize the bees and interpret patterns in the images. This artificial intelligence is based on a multimodal neural network with several thousand parameters. From the data, new insights can be gained into the condition of the individual peoples, but also into the condition of the nature surrounding them. Photo: Uli Deck/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2018年09月12日
    Director Luc Besson at Europa-Park

    12 September 2018, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Rust: 12 September 2018, Germany, Rust: Roland Mack, Managing Director of Europa-Park, is wearing a helmet with VR glasses (Virtual Reality) at the opening of the new French themed area in Europa-Park. Photo: Patrick Seeger/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2018年09月12日
    Director Luc Besson at Europa-Park

    12 September 2018, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Rust: 12 September 2018, Germany, Rust: Roland Mack (L), Managing Director of Europa-Park, wears a helmet with VR glasses (Virtual Reality) at the opening of the new French themed area in Europa-Park. Next to him is director Luc Besson. Photo: Patrick Seeger/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2017年07月20日
    Prince William and Kate visit Heidelberg

    Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wife of Britain's Prince William; and Gerlinde Kretschmann, wife of the premier of Baden-Wuerttemberg, visit the Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (dkfz, German Cancer Research Center)?in Heidelberg, Germany, 20 July 2017. Photo: Marijan Murat/dpa クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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