Christoph Peylo

Global Head of Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence, Bosch Center of Artificial Intelligence/Platform Lernende Systeme

Dr. Christoph Peylo is Global Head of Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence (BCAI) with locations in Sunnyvale and Pittsburgh, Bangalore, Haifa and Renningen. He was appointed member of the high-level expert group on AI of the European Commission and member of the board of directors of Robert Bosch Technologies Israel, Ltd. Prior to joining Robert Bosch GmbH in 2017 he was VP at Deutsche Telekom Laboratories in Berlin, where he worked in the area of AI, (Cyber-) Security, Industrie 4.0, and IoT. During this time he acted as CEO for a spin-out of T-Labs, Trust2core GmbH, that produced a secure phone based on a microkernel approach. Before joining Deutsche Telekom in 2006 he worked in various positions from software engineer to managing director of a software company. Christoph Peylo has studied Computer Science, Computational Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence and acquired his Ph.D. at the University of Osnabrück in the field of AI.

Christoph is speaking at

Application Track 3 - Data Driven AI solutions
November 5, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Speakers

  • Christoph Peylo (Chair) Global Head of Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence, Bosch Center of Artificial Intelligence/Platform Lernende Systeme
  • Vivian Kiousi (Chair) Senior Business Innovation Manager / Head of Transport Lab, INTRASOFT International SA / Big Data Value Association
  • Axel Hahn (Speaker) Member of the Board; Chair Executive Board of Division Transportation, OFFIS – Institut für Informatik e.V. and Plattform Lernende Systeme
  • Rudolf Felix (Speaker) Managing Director, PSI FLS Fuzzy Logik & Neuro Systeme GmbH, Plattform Lernende Systeme
  • Anatoly Sherman (Speaker) Sick GmbH and Plattform Lernende Systeme
  • Yannis Theodoridis (Speaker) Professor, University of Piraeus
  • Tobias Jacobs (Speaker) Senior Researcher, NEC Laboratories Europe
  • Panos Georgakis (Speaker) Senior Lecturer, University of Wolverhampton

Description

Currently the transformation of the multimodal transportation ecosystem is happening now – changes are rapid and involve all modes of transportation. New players use the power of real-time data to offer personalized door-to-door travel and logistics services. At the same time there is an expressed need for an economical, flexible, safe, and more sustainable way to get from A to B by road, rail or water – using all available innovative ways since:

  •  in most EU countries entrants are challenging the existing transport practices and services naming them as unable to fully satisfy a never-ending demanding audience;
  • providers leverage the use of mobiles to create new relationships with travelers;
  • societies have to reduce their CO2 footprint, thus, sustainability becomes an important additional aspect of mobility and our mobility concepts;
Big Data, Data Issues and Artificial Intelligence can play an important part in achieving this vision.

Additional material supporting this session: 

Platform Lernende Systeme: on the way to intelligent mobility (here)
Platform Lernende System working group on Mobility and Intelligent Systems (here)

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