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Farbfleck könnte autonom fahrende Fahrzeuge verwirren

  • 25 October 2019

Forscher senden Weckruf an Automobilindustrie

Ein Forscherteam aus Tübingen zeigt, dass auf tiefen neuronalen Netzen basierende optische Flussalgorithmen – eine wahrscheinliche Komponente zukünftiger autonomer Fahrzeuge – anfällig für Hackerangriffe sind. Die Experten für Maschinelles Sehen und Lernen warnen die Automobilindustrie, dass ein einfaches Farbmuster ausreichen könnte, die Autopiloten in selbstfahrenden Fahrzeugen zu verwirren.

Anurag Ranjan Joel Janai Andreas Geiger Michael Black Linda Behringer


Robert Siddall receives Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellowship

  • 23 October 2019

The roboticist from the Cyber Valley research group “Locomotion in Biorobotic and Somatic Systems” at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart will now be supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to continue his research in Germany.

Ardian Jusufi Linda Behringer


Article about To-Do List Gamification Project in Scientific American

  • 22 October 2019

Great news! Scientific American published an article about our to-do list gamification project.

Falk Lieder


Jugoslav Stojcheski joined our lab

  • 15 October 2019

Welcome, Jugoslav!

Jugoslav is a master's degree student in machine learning at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen and a student assistant in the Rationality Enhancement Group. He is interested in artificial intelligence and curious about human behavior, neuroscience and psychology. He joined us from Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Jugoslav Stojcheski


Julian Skirzynski joined our lab

  • 23 September 2019

Welcome, Julian!

Julian is a researcher at Rationality Enhancement group. He is interested in scientific interests include modeling higher level cognitive processes, synergies between cognitive science and machine learning, explainable AI, and improving cognitive skills.

Julian Skirzynski


Andreas Geiger erhält ein Starting Grant des Europäischen Forschungsrat (ERC)

  • 23 September 2019

Die Förderung wird für die Weiterentwicklung des maschinellen Sehens verwendet.

Der MPI-IS Gruppenleiter und Professor an der Universität Tübingen erhält eine Förderung in Höhe von rund 1,47 Millionen Euro für sein Projekt "LEGO 3D".

Andreas Geiger Valerie Callaghan



Cathrin Elich receives DAGM Best Master Thesis Award

  • 13 September 2019

Cathrin Elich received this year's DAGM Best Master thesis award at the GCPR 2019 conference for her thesis "3D Birds-Eye-View Instance Segmentation" which she wrote at RWTH Aachen University.

Cathrin Elich


Humanoids 2019: Trunk Pitch Oscillations in Humanoids

  • 13 September 2019

Humanoids 2019: Trunk Pitch Oscillations in Humanoids

Trunk Pitch Oscillations in Humanoids: Oezge Drama will present her work at Humanoids 2019, in Toronto, Canada.

Oezge Drama Alexander Badri-Sprowitz


CoRL2019: A Learnable Safety Measure

  • 12 September 2019

CoRL2019: A Learnable Safety Measure

Steve Heim and Alexander von Rohr will present 'A Learnable Safety Measure' at CoRL end of November 2019.

Steve Heim Alexander von Rohr Sebastian Trimpe Alexander Badri-Sprowitz