Vanaf 26 oktober wordt in Den Bosch de Data Week gehouden. Universiteiten, overheden en bedrijven delen de nieuwste inzichten rond data. Innovation Origins blikt deze week vooruit.
A very special kind of research at the Dutch Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam -Karine Miras has created virtual DNA and self-evolving robots.
"The further development of Campus Groningen is an integral project. The strength is not in the individual elements, but in the whole"
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 […]
Some of you guys are gonna go back to work at the office. At work, there are many factors that make employees feel comfortable or […]
Koen Hindriks is a Full Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and head of the social artificial intelligence group. Within this […]
Much progress is currently being made in computer science. Regular computers that work with bits are gradually being replaced by futuristic alternatives. Think of DNA-based […]
Besides corona, we have another battle to fight: the one for the climate. It seems that the corona pandemic has a beneficial effect on greenhouse […]
Little by little, schools and businesses are opening up again. Yet it remains a big task to take enough distance from each other. Fortunately, innovations […]
Many of us are sick and tired of sitting at home. We started working at home in good spirits, doing a big cleaning or making […]
Tech companies around the world are helping in the fight against corona. The most creative solutions are being devised to help us, with the help […]
After Germany, the Netherlands also became enthusiastic about the hydrogen train. This completes the circle. It started with steam, it was followed up by diesel […]
Wind tunnels are widely used in science and in the sports world. Yet computer simulations that simulate wind electronically are also becoming more and more […]
The northern Dutch city of Groningen is spending three million euros on subsidies to get the project Cybersecurity Noord-Nederland off the ground. The aim of […]