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Bosch invests EUR 35 mln to build AI Campus in Tubingen

Thursday 11 July 2019 | 13:06 CET | News

Bosch plans to invest EUR 35 million to build the AI Campus in Tubingen, Handelsblatt reports. Negotiations for the purchase of a 12,000 square meter property to build the campus are still ongoing, the report said. Around 700 experts will work at the campus on applications involving AI. 

Bosch aims to be one of the world leaders in research into industrial AI, said its CEO Michael Bolle. With the new AI campus, Bosch takes another step towards this goal, he added.   

The campus in Tubingen is a central component of the strategy to increase the number of AI experts to a total of 4,000. It will be built in close proximity to the research buildings of the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and the AI ​​Research Building of the University of Tubingen, the report added.



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Companies: Bosch
Countries: Germany
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