Artificial intelligence will make mobility better, safer, and more comfortable. But these systems need ethical and moral frameworks, Carlo van de Weijer writes.
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Scientists develop a software that can be used in combination with MRI data for research and diagnosis Viewing behavior provides a window into many central […]
What are the molecular and genetic characteristics that distinguish patients with critical forms of COVID-19 – and particularly acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)? To answer […]
Every day we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it's Italy's Ecobubble, which uses AI to design green roofs.
Sónar, the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC) and betevé are partnering to present the AI and Music S+T+ARTS Festival today and tomorrow (27 […]
Each week we follow up on a well-read story. This week: what are the pros and cons of artificial intelligence in healthcare?
An international research from several universities including Maastricht University (UM) has proposed a standardized registry for artificial intelligence (AI) work in biomedicine. Aim is to […]
Artificial intelligence compares the cells of sick people with a reference atlas of healthy cells. In practice, doctors can use it to accurately identify diseased cells.
Friday Energy, with their smart battery system, enables businesses to rely less on the power grid and do more with their own solar energy.
Chatbots that communicate effectively in incomprehensible ways. Because it's "creepy" they pulled the plug, but researcher Verhoef finds it exciting
Researchers in Vienna discussed the question of whether artificial intelligence will revolutionize medicine. They see stumbling blocks in the fears of patients and in still unresolved legal issues.
Can we ever teach AI -via argumentation or intuition -to do the morally right thing? That's what moral philosophers, like our columnist Katleen Gabriels, are wracking their brains about.
To answer the needs of society, the AI Innovation Center wants to industrialize Artificial Intelligence
The Brainport Eindhoven AI Innovation Center was officially opened with the 'AI Leadership Forum'. In keynotes and round tables, an appeal was made to create impact through AI leadership.
In the future, algorithms could help shorten waiting times for emergency patients in rescue services - thanks to a computer science graduate from the Technical University of Bingen, Germany
Fraunhofer Institute scientists have developed quality control software that allows users without expert AI knowledge to benefit from AI.
Dutch State Secretary Mona Keijzer expects this financial support for innovation to help several dozen new knowledge-intensive companies get off the ground in the coming years.
KIT and its spin-off EDI GmbH are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) assistance system for forest management in the face of climate change and to support foresters.
ML6, a Belgian company specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning, is launching an application that can tell when someone is not wearing a face mask.
During surgery, artificial intelligence, i.e. computer-based assistance systems, will in future anticipate certain situations and predict which instruments will be needed and when.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, traffic conditions can be better estimated, leading to improved traffic flow and a lower environmental impact.