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How autonomous driving works

Mario Trapp, Executive Director of Fraunhofer Institute for Cognitive Systems discusses responses of technical systems to rare, unusual, even unknown traffic constellations which require context-sensitive sense-makingRead more ...

AI-enabled Digital Pathology: Correlate anything with everything?

Digitisation is not new to pathology. AI-enabled software and imaging will not change per se inherited practices or standards. Substantial differences guide the work of pathologists. Thoughts beyond “tissue phenomics”, about more precision of patient-centred medicine. Pathology driven by its ecosystem. Ralf Huss, Chief Medical Officer of Definiens AG which is muscling Astra Zeneca with R&D intelligence.Read more ...

Learning Fitted to Technologies, or Technologies for Learning

Hanne Leth Andersen, Professor of University Pedagogy and Rektor at Danish Roskilde University invites readers of B2Bioworld to a light-hearted and thought-provoking tour de ronde about productive tech solutions, much ado about e-learning, or teachers’ needs still unmet by developers of learning tools, for example training "wondering"Read more ...

Biology meets Physics

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Systems Biology Applied

Rudi Balling on the need of system theory thinking in using technologies and pitfalls with loose conceptsRead more ...

Listeria Research Today and Tomorrow

Pascale Cossart, Professor at Institut Pasteur, Paris and Head of Unité des Interactions Bactéries-Cellules provides a thumbnail sketch of current and future “listeriology”Read more ...

Physics ↔ Information ↔ Biology

Alain Aspect, Professor of Physics at Institut d’Optique at Palaiseau (FR) and Balzan Prize Laureate explains one of the core concepts of quantum optics, warns of pitfalls in experimental translation, and describes felicity conditions of pluridisciplinary dialogueRead more ...