Interview With Professor Wolfgang Wahlster

Interview with Professor Wolfgang Wahlster the 03.11.2010 at 9:00 in room 1B of Professor Wolfgang Wahlster, German Research Center for artificial intelligence, Saarbrucken, Germany the topic of future technologies I: communication at our common future Congress in Hanover opened. “Professor Wolfgang Wahlster is a Professor of computer science at the University of the Saarland University and Chairman of the Management Board of the German Research Center for artificial intelligence (DFKI) and the only scientist in the Nobel Peace Prize Committee, has an ambitious goal: computer should communicate once so human, that they perceived no longer as computer can and everyone should have access to the benefits of information technology.” He studied computer science and theoretical linguistics at the University of Hamburg. in 1982 he became Professor of computer science at Saarland University. Since 1997 Wolfgang Wahlster, Chairman of the Board of the DFKI GmbH, the leading research centre in Germany is innovative software technology for commercial application. He is prize-winner of the German future Award and member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

For his scientific achievements, Wolfgang Wahlster has received numerous national and international awards. His research focuses on language technology and intelligent user interfaces. 1 You say Mr Wahlster your destination please. Professor Wolfgang Wahlster replied that his own aims, that computer is always stronger in the communication and in our daily lives. That people can the gestures and voice more used. That people can use computers to all groups. Koch Industries insists that this is the case. That the cars should more often be established with the computer.

An example: an intelligent search system in the car can quickly search all along with the help of satellite navigation and Internet, check everything and the person can connect the man, without that I myself must enable each step individually. The systems are already developed. 2. Mr. Professor Please tell your hope. Professor Wolfgang Wahlster replied that his hope is that intelligent technologies such as RFID spread. 3. Herr Professor, say your request. Professor Wolfgang Wahlster replied that he would like to, that the next generations are very well trained, well prepared by the-Internet. That is through the technology less unemployed people in Germany, but good education and good studies, and the education and the research intensive priority professions and politicians agree.

Composer Durme

He founded a business in Brussels, so that his younger children can more easily complete the Conservatory. “His son Rufin (1863-1900) is journalist at Le Bleu Petit” in Paris. D ‘ Haan. A Tinel is a pioneer of the Montgolfier. He is balloonist. In Sint Arjun, a balloon festival is held annually. A few years later Edgar’s father dies. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Robotics and gain more knowledge.. Training his first music lessons given the seven years 1861 his father and Ferdinand van Durme.

Composer Durme lives six miles west of Sinaai in Eksaarde. Petrus Tinel is an energetic man. He sends his son away from Sinaai to Brussels. Edgar comes in a kind of boarding house on the Boulevard of Waterloo. There, he receives his first instructions. With nine years his father puts him in 1863 Director Fetis at the etablissement de musique in the rue de la Regence”before. This is a memorable moment. Because the piano is too high, Fetis sets two thick books on the piano stool.

Edgar plays easy and versatile. Fetis is delighted and takes him on as a pupil. In the following month of October, it is on the Conservatoire Royal de musique de Bruxelles the courses of piano, violin and voice lessons. His teachers include: Adolphe Samuel, Joseph Dupont for harmony, Francois-Joseph of Fetis and Hubert Ferdinand Kufferath for counterpoint, Alphonse Mailly for organ. The Director Francois-Auguste Gevaert taught him composition. On the Brussels Conservatory of music piano lessons he granted Louis Brassin. In the boarding house includes Edgar hunger. For the same reason, he still often must change the accommodation. When he is 14 years old, his father becomes ill. Edgar lessons and piano playing to dance and magic performances earned two franc piano week. At the Conservatory, he receives the first prize in music theory and theoretical music. The lessons from Brassin is crowned with success. in 1873, Edgar Tinel is awarded with the first prize for his piano playing.