Complex algorithms are sometimes called the steam engines of the digital world, but only paired with a suitable business model they can become game changers in digital business or even creators of entirely new business opportunities. In 2015 Garter coined the term Algorithmic Business to describe this next stage of digital business and to pay tribute to the latest ground-breaking developments in artificial intelligence, machine learning, optimization and computer vision. Our research team at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts - The Lucerne School of Information Technology investigates this seminal blend of algorithms and business in order to support our industry partners in the development of business models and services based on complex algorithms as well as in the induced digital transformation. These pages aim to make our research in the two specific areas of electronic commerce and medical technology visible to a broader audience by providing a testbed of online demonstrators. Please check them out and feel free to get in touch with us! Here you can find more information about the services we offer to our partners, publications and presentations and our team.
|17.01.2017||We welcome our new industry partner Digitec Galaxus AG.|
|16.01.2017||On friday, Sita participated at the alumni day of the Masters programm in School Management at the University of Teacher Education Lucerne. She was a member of the panel discussion and interviewed on the topic of complexity and reduction.|
|07.12.2016||The St.Galler Kantonalbank (SGKB) published an interview with Sita about change in the Swiss economy.|
|30.11.2016||The slides of the talk about "Principal Components Analysis - Lots of Intuition and a tiny little Bit of Maths", which Daniel and Marc gave last week within our research group, are now available online.|
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