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.
Jeroen van den Hurk continues to believe in the initiative that VDL took together with Smartmatic and Eurotempest.
"From app to podcast to community to shop, marketplace, and more"
As part of the "Munich Quantum Valley", the first German quantum computer is to be developed in Munich in cooperation between science and universities.
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.
Each week in this section we offer a follow-up of the best-read stories on IO. We take the trends of 2020 as a guide to the coming year. It will be the year of digitalization.
Thanks to this new tool developed by Swedish researchers, the number of corona patient hospitalizations can be predicted three weeks in advance.
"In the absence of digital programs and the surrounding technology that makes it all possible, professional education would have likely ceased to function"
A cable robot will build, repair and maintain building façades in the future. A research team from the Technical University of Munich was involved in its development.
A doctoral student at Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences has investigated how a digital system can optimize the signposting of escape routes, depending on the location of the fire
Under Daan kersten's new leadership, the company opens a new branch at High Tech Campus Eindhoven
Erik Bakkers is world-leading in the field of nanowires, and his work will undoubtedly result in even more breakthroughs that will benefit the entire world.”
This intelligent voice assistant should provide people working in manufacturing with answers to every technical question.
Scientists at the University of Tübingen have developed an educational app that helps people with reading and spelling difficulties to overcome this problem in a playful way from an early age.
How can light influence your behavior? This is what the IGNITE student team is conducting research into. The team shares the knowledge it has gained with the lighting industry.
Berlin start-up Xolo has developed The Xube in collaboration with two German universities, a new type of "volumetric" 3D printer.
Farmers are sceptical about the picking robot since it has failed so many times, says VDL director Harrie Schonewille. But if all goes well, one may be brought onto the market in 2021 that will work.
Dutch water company Nelen & Schuurmans is traveling the world with their prediction models. According to general manager Fons Nelen, the Netherlands can become a leading country in the field of water
Good news for Dutch SMEs: there are five field labs where they can turn to for the application of AI in their production process. This became clear during the EAISI Summit in Eindhoven.
Two students at the German University of Würzburg have developed an app to enable people with physical disabilities to operate smartphones and tablets using head movements.