The Centre for Human and Machine Intelligence
The Centre for Human and Machine Intelligence, HMI, conducts basic and applied research at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Decision & Social Science, and Finance & Management. Our focus is to develop and advance our understanding of computational systems that augment human capabilities for judgment and decision-making.
PROGIC 2019: Ninth Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic
The Ninth Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic (PROGIC 2019) continues the progic workshop series. The focus of this iteration of PROGIC is decision making, with an emphasis on advances in descriptive, normative, and prescriptive models of decision making.
Vahe AndoniansSenior Lecturer
Prof. Dr. Sebastian EbertProfessor of Microeconomics
Prof. Dr. Florian EllsaesserDr. Werner Jackstädt Assistant Professor of International Entrepreneurship
Prof. Dr. Rainer HegselmannProfessor for Philosophy
Prof. Dr. Ronald KlingebielProfessor of Strategy
Prof. Dr. Jan NaglerAssociate Professor of Computer Science
Prof. Dr. Peter RoßbachProfessor of General Business Administration and Business Informatics
Prof. Dr. Francesco SangiorgiAssociate Professor of Finance
Prof. Dr. Grigory VilkovProfessor of Finance
Prof. Dr. Gregory WheelerProfessor of Philosophy and Computer Science
Head of Philosophy & Law Department
Director of HMI Centre
Prof. Dr. Jens WitkowskiAssistant Professor of Computer Science and Management
The Master of Applied Data Science at the Frankfurt School is a hands-on two-year program that integrates a rigorous computer science curriculum with graduate business education.
The AI Lab is the hub for FS projects and topics within AI, featuring an on-sight dedicated GPU cluster, with TPU rental available for peak demand, located in a 260sq meter open floor plan.