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Expansion in the KIckBio Project: New AI Expertise Strengthens Advisory Board at Technikum Laubholz

Göppingen, February 22, 2024 – The KIckBio project, funded by the Ministry of Food, Rural Affairs, and Consumer Protection of Baden-Württemberg (MLR), is accompanied by a high-caliber advisory board that captures, discusses, and implements critical industry insights, while also extending the project’s reach.

Technikum Laubholz is pleased to announce that Mr. Oliver Schick, Senior Consultant at Advyce & Com-pany GmbH, has joined the project advisory board as an Artificial Intelligence expert since February 2024. Mr. Schick brings extensive experience in implementing AI in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).


His expertise spans various areas, from strategic planning and implementation of AI technologies for process optimization and full automation of production facilities to risk management and quality control in integrating AI into production processes. Furthermore, he has substantial experience in developing training programs for technical staff to facilitate their handling of new technology. His portfolio also in-cludes conveying best practices for the use of AI in SMEs and translating complex technical details into understandable information to transparently communicate project goals, progress, and achievements.


The kick-off meeting took place on February 21, 2024, alongside the KI experts of the KIckBio project team. Technikum Laubholz is excited about the prospect of a stimulating and innovative collaboration with Mr. Schick.

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