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artiso INNO DAY

Discover how AI and modern technologies can improve the lives of older people at artiso INNO DAY 2024. Join us and help shape an age-friendly future!

Date: October 24, 2024
Location: Studio der Sparkasse Neue Mitte, Ulm


starting at 13:30 
with Antonio Bruno, artiso solutions GmbH &
Prof. Dr. Johannes Schobel, Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences  


starting at 16:00 Uhr
with Prof. Dr. Dr. Manfred Spitzer
“AI – for a life worth living?”

Ageing gracefully with technology – are we ready?

Demographic change is one of the greatest challenges of our time as the world’s population continues to age. Against this backdrop, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and modern technology in the field of ambient assisted living (AAL) is becoming increasingly relevant to enable active, healthy and fulfilling ageing.

The artiso INNO DAY 2024 is dedicated to this important topic and offers a platform for innovative solutions and discussions. The aim is to show ways in which technology can improve and extend the lives of older people. This discussion is particularly relevant in the context of Karl Lauterbach’s efforts to promote home care and relieve the burden on care homes.


For developers and technology enthusiasts

with practical insights from software expert Antonio Bruno and Prof. Dr. Johannes Schobel.

Antonio Bruno from artiso solutions GmbH will show you how ChatGPT and Blazor can be used to develop accessible web applications. Afterwards, Prof. Dr. Johannes Schobel from Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences will talk about current developments in digital healthcare.

Further information will follow shortly.

For innovation enthusiasts, visionaries and forward thinkers

with valuable insights from Prof. Dr. Dr. Manfred Spitzer.

Under the title “AI – for a life worth living?”, Prof. Spitzer, renowned brain researcher and expert on digitalization and learning, will shed light on the opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence with regard to the quality of life and health of older people. The lecture will be rounded off by a subsequent discussion round with questions from the audience.

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Daniela Smic

Marketing & Communication