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Hessian minister for digital strategy at opening of office for AI research

The Technical University (TU) of Darmstadt and Serviceware SE are starting joint research into the practical applications of artificial intelligence (AI) for service processes on the market.

"The cooperation between TU Darmstadt and Serviceware in the field of AI is exemplary for the region and for Darmstadt as a site of science", emphasizes Prof. Dr. Kristina Sinemus, Hessian Minister for Digital Strategy, in her speech. It took 9 months to get the cooperation started, but it was "a beautiful baby" that you could be proud of.

Dirk Martin, CEO of Serviceware, appreciates the close relationships with TU Darmstadt - his alma mater - which was a deciding factor for the start of the project, alongside the technical expertise of the staff.

President of the TU Darmstadt, Prof. Dr. Tanja Brühl, had this to say in her opening speech: "We are happy that this AI lab sets an example for what a collaboration between economy and science can look like. My goal as president of the TU Darmstadt is to promote more communication and collaboration with small and medium-sized businesses as well as start ups." Furthermore, she is glad to know that politics are in support of this promising project.
 

Chairman of the Serviceware SE supervisory council Christoph Debus was among the congratulants for the opening of the new location and office space. From now on, 10 Serviceware employees as well as representatives of the university will do practice-oriented research on AI, following the conduct of Dr. Adrian Engelbrecht.

At the festivities, Dirk Martin was joined by Serviceware CFO Harald Popp and COO Dr. Alexander Becker, meaning that the entire executive board of the Bad-Camberg-based provider of digitization software has found its way to the only partially furnished new offices at Grafenstraße 19, in order to fire the starting pistols for this partnership.

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