Shortcut Learning – The coming disaster for AI?
Recently, scientific analyses have increasingly shown a wide-ranging problem associated with deep learning, in which different phenomena – summarised under the term ‘shortcut learning’ – can reduce the problem-solving capabilities of machine learning techniques.
SDIKA: DPS presents development status of SDI-X payment service
On 10 May 2023, the 2nd milestone meeting of the project SDIKA took place. Among other things, the development of the SDI-X-Payment Service, for which DPS is responsible, was presented.
Together with the city of Stuttgart and BABLE GmbH, DPS has started to build a climate community
DPS has started a project to build a climate community together with the city of Stuttgart and BABLE GmbH, a specialist for SmartCity concepts.
Proof of Identity in E-Government – Article by Florian Kühne and Joachim Dorschel in the Innovative Verwaltung journal
In the Innovative Verwaltung journal’s November issue, Florian Kühne and Joachim Dorschel look into the question of the concepts and technologies that can be used to design secure and manageable proof of identity in e-government.
SDIKA project launched
The “Schaufenster Sichere Digitale Identitäten Karlsruhe (SDIKA)” (Secure Digital Identities Showcase Karlsruhe) project has started. Its objective is the development of a secure digital identities ecosystem, which has a regional focus on the Karlsruhe and the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region.
Internet of Things – Risks and Regulation
The Internet of Things – what is it and what numbers are we talking about? The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects and appliances that use various technologies (sensors, software etc.) to connect with each other over the internet
DPS and Zeppelin University start research project on digital payment systems in smart cities
DPS Innovation GmbH and Zeppelin Universität gGmbH have concluded an agreement on the implementation of a research project entitled “Payment for a smart city – financial transactions revolving around sensors and actuators, smart objects and cyber-physical systems in smart cities.”