The Rise of AI – A Conference on Artificial Intelligence

My great interest in artificial intelligence led me to Berlin on the evening of 15 May – thanks to the new ICE line already within a few hours.  On the next day the conference “The Rise of AI” took place with more than 800 guests and 75 speakers from 21 different nations. I was very excited to see what would happen there.

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The Information Space – container or living room?

Stefan Kreckwitz, CEO of our partner Congree, describes in his guest blog article the tools that are best used to create an information space.

Solutions such as COSIMA and TopicPilot from DOCUFY are revolutionizing technical documentation. They lay the foundation for an Information Space that spans the entire product cycle. Information from development to marketing and sales, installation, operation, maintenance and finally disposal can be anchored in this space.

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7 years – and not a bit of boredom

A partnership is often referred to as the bloody seventh year. After seven years one knows the quirks and virtues of the other, and knows how to appreciate one’s partner. For seven years now I have been working as a freelance press officer for DOCUFY. And even in the seventh year we are still happy together. Perhaps the formula for success for our cooperation is that we both like dynamism and progress – and not boredom. When I started working for DOCUFY, there was only the COSIMA and DOCUFY Machine Safety editorial system. This alone could have been boring in the long run.

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XML Prague: 20 years of XML and CSS in detail

XML, short for Extensible Markup Language, – celebrates its birthday and DOCUFY celebrates, too! That’s right, because we’ve both been around for 20 years now. Our declared goal then as now: To optimize editorial processes based on XML as a pioneer. Reason enough for us to travel to Prague from 8 to 10 February for the meeting of XML friends. There we not only met well-known people from the XML universe (Michael Kay from Saxonica, Tony Graham from Antenna House, Norman Walsh – inventor of the DocBook format and many more), but also had the opportunity to discuss interesting application examples from various fields as well as ideas and approaches around XML.

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A look behind the scenes of the 10th DOCUFY User Meeting 2019

175 participants, 10 intensive trainings and a theatrical journey through the 1000-year history of the city of Bamberg – all this has to be organized. The preparations for the 10th DOCUFY User Meeting from 04 to 06 June 2019 were already in full swing when I started as a working student at DOCUFY in April.

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XML Prague 2019 – A Review

What comes to your mind first when you think of Prague? Karlsbridge? Karel Gott? Goulash and beer? First of all we think of the meeting of XML disciples at XML-Prague. There are three days of concentrated input in the form of lectures and Meetups: On the Pre-Conference Day (7 February), various meetings of companies and organisations took place. Among others our partner AntennaHouse was present: there were news about the status of PDF generation with CSS, as well as general insights into the further development of AntennaHouse, e.g. containerization and cloud solutions.

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How will intelligent information shape our future?

The ii-Blog (intelligent information blog of tekom) has called for a blog parade. Topic: How will intelligent information shape our future? – Melanie Kunas from DOCUFY outlines her future scenarios.

Robots that take on care tasks. Computers that write football match reports, trade stocks or clarify legal doubts – what sounded like a fantasy a few years ago has long since become reality. What happens next with Industry 4.0, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics?  And what could my typical everyday life look like in the digital future?

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