What are digital assistance systems
Digital assistance systems support users in certain situations or with certain actions with the help of digital technologies. The system should adapt to the natural and individual course of human actions, and its output should support the user in the long term. In the future, routine activities will be largely transferred to the assistance system. These systems can support people physically, mentally, cognitively, but also virtually.
Initiated by Prof. Dr. Martin Przewloka and founded in 2018, we have set ourselves the goal of promoting the development, teaching and research of digital assistance systems on a non-profit basis. We already have more than 15 years of proven experience in the successful development of solutions in this area.
Digital assistance systems have the potential to significantly improve our society and our lives: It is thus essential that humans and machines interact constructively. There are many justified fears, and today's discussions about sovereignty and the protection of our data are just the beginning. We will encounter technological and business challenges as well as moral and ethical conflicts. It is important for us to be able to make a contribution with our projects to advance digitization for the benefit of all and to participate in ongoing discussions.