Future Lab Artificial Intelligence and Educational Technologies

  • AI.EDU Research Lab

    Research Lab for AI & Education with the FernUniversität in Hagen


    Designing personalized learning environments for students


    Optimization of emergency medicine through Artificial Intelligence

Educational Technology Laboratory

The Educational Technology Lab at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) focuses on using artificial intelligence and innovative software technologies to support the training, qualification and education processes of scholastic, academic and professional basic and further training. The emergence of technology, education and organisation in networked, digitised worlds is particularly relevant in research, development, innovation and transformation. Academics work together with partners for research and science, the digital and education economies, spinoffs, EdTec startups, and young companies in e-learning and digital education.
Insights in EdTec Lab

  • DIV Konferenz 2018 | Trailer
  • ddn Aktionstag 2018 | Trailer
  • 30 Jahre DFKI – Open House – Trailer Langfassung
  • Forum Europrofession 2018 | Trailer
Selected research partners

News from EdTec Lab

Indian delegation visits Berlin

On 5 June, DFKI’s Berlin office was visited by Anna Roy from the government think tank National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog), Soumya Gupta and Niraj Kumar Jha from the Indian embassy, and Anandi Iyer, Director of Fraunhofer Office India. Ms Roy is responsible for India’s artificial intelligence strategy and highlighted the relevance the internet of things and supply chains for areas particularly including foodstuffs and pharmaceuticals. Julia Gundlach of DFKI presented the Sma

Certificate course for AI managers

16 interested individuals from industry, business and non-profit organisations completed the ‘AI manager’ certificate course this year. The course was jointly offered by Bitkom and DFKI for the first time in 2018. The classes are run jointly by the Bitkom Akademie and the DFKI’s Educational Technology Lab. The course’s four modules are supported by speakers from DFKI and companies such as SAP, IBM

AI for people in occupational rehabilitation ...

Using artificial intelligence for people with severe disabilities, improving opportunities for participation in the future working world, and humans themselves were the focal points of the launch event for the KI.ASSIST project, which took place on 20 May 2019 at the Kleisthaus, owned by the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (BMAS). After a welcome address by Dr. Rolf Schmach

Prof. Dr. Igel appointed to advisory board ...

With its ‘Digital Transformation of the Working World’ interdisciplinary cluster, over the next few years Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts will be investing heavily in researching and implementing interdisciplinary projects focusing on digital change in the world of work, the interplay between technology and management models, and the impact of digitalisation on society and individu