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L-DIH Webinar - Revolution through Industry 4.0

University of Luxembourg Competence Centre
Luxembourg Digital Innovation Hub
En ligne
11h00 - 12h00
Inscription obligatoire

Jaruwan Mesit

+352 26 15 92 42

As part of our mission in the Luxembourg Digital Innovation Hub, the University of Luxembourg Competence Centre have the pleasure to invite you to an online webinar about "Revolution through Industry 4.0 with AI for Seamless Human-Robot Interactions and Transforming Retail Experiences".

The upcoming webinar will feature two AI talks as follows:

  • Synergizing AI and Industry 4.0:
    This talk explores the dynamic interplay of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Industry 4.0, showcasing AI’s role in enhancing productivity and Digital Twins’ real-time monitoring, as well as how AAS standardizes data exchange. The session unveils the transformative potential of these technologies through practical applications and case studies, offering a roadmap for organizations navigating the complex terrain of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

  • Application-oriented AI research with the Innovative Retail Laboratory for the Retail of the Future:
    In the context of this technological evolution, it raises questions about the future of the retail sector and how artificial intelligence can benefit both customers and employees. To address these inquiries, the Innovative Retail Laboratory (IRL) at the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) is conducting extensive research. This talk introduces the IRL and provides examples of its demonstrators, illustrating the practical applicability of artificial intelligence in shaping the future of retail.


  • Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Digital Twins
  • AAS data standardization
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Deep Learning / Image classification
  • Text digitization / Optical Character Recognition
  • Augmented Reality
  • Recommendations and Forecasting


  • Dr. Sönke Knoch, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz GmbH (DFKI)
  • Frederic Kerber, Retail Innovation Lab (IRL)

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