Current research at the Technical University of Graz refutes earlier theories on long-range charge transfer between organic and inorganic materials.
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According to researchers at the Max-Planck Institute in Germany, it is impossible to program an algorithm that can detect whether or not a superintelligent AI might harm the world.
Robots are taking over more and more tasks from people in factories. But what if these machines work together with people to make their work easier, more fun and better?
Frank van Harmelen is a professor in Knowledge Representation & Reasoning at the Department of Artificial Intelligence at the Free University of Amsterdam and director of […]
The population and the economy in the Metropolitan region of Rotterdam and The Hague (MRDH) are on the rise. There are more and more train […]
How can you check if an engine is damaged? You can wait until it stops working. Then it is obviously broken. You can take an […]
…and it can learn to compose and play music as well! A chip that is self-learning, neuromorphic, helps solve the energy problem of the internet […]
Quantum computers have been predicted to have a bright future for years. Columnist and automotive specialist Jan Wouters lists what they can do for the automotive industry.
17 European partners are collaborating on an app to simplify communication between people with hearing loss and those who can hear. The European Commission is financing the project with €5.6 million.
TestGorilla is an online tool that allows remote, efficient and bias-free assessment of applicants by means of a pre-selection screening process.
Europe occupies a rising position worldwide in terms of investments in the technology sector. This year, €34 billion in new money will be invested, in part thanks to the shift to digital solutions.
TraceBook analyzes patient data and advises healthcare professionals on suitable treatments. Patients heal faster and have a better chance of recovery.
A new form of construction, in which a structure automatically adapts to the stress on it, is likely to reduce the negative impact on the environment caused by the construction industry.
Researchers at the University of Augsburg in Germany are working on an app that can detect an infection with the SARS CoV-2 coronavirus via speech. The app currently has an accuracy rate of over 80%.
The company, based in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, will focus on its AI-based computer vision, motion, and robotics solutions.
Nijmegen start-up develops new test that not only measures the presence, but also the carcinogenic activity of the HPV virus
The third AI lab at Radboud University investigates the opportunities of AI in the neurotech
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AI has become an indispensable part of our lives and is helping to determine the future. For example in the development of self-driving cars, autonomous […]
A pioneering new clinical collaboration between a Cambridge start-up specialised in gut bacteria, and Cancer Care UK, is hoping to transform the approach to treating […]