Artificial Intelligence has limitless potential. Such possibilities and the challenges in the developing were discussed during an online seminar organized by the High Tech Campus Eindhoven.
The Netherlands prides itself on having built a successful ecosystem through open innovation, but this principle has been under enormous pressure recently.
We are eagerly awaiting the quantum computer. The unprecedented computational power opens new doors. Start-up Orange Quantum Systems is speeding up the development process with a unique collaboration.
3Dmouthguard has developed a custom mouthguard for e.g., field hockey and rugby players. The start-up has gone from making 10 mouthguards per scanner per day to 150 thousand per scanner per year.
When people think that a robot experiences feelings and has emotions, the interaction with that robot changes. This has implications for the use of the machine.
Complex crises pose a threat to our security. Using systems analysis, TNO researchers map out the underlying factors to get a better grip on the situation.
A spectral zebra crossing that enables you to see and interact with sound, which raises awareness about noise pollution in cities.
Through the use of Branchkey's system, which relies on Federated Learning, banks and hospitals can securely share customer and patient information with each other.
The open style of cooperation and out-of-the-box thinking in particular has brought Dutch precision technology to where it is today, Hans Krikhaar says in an interview.
Chip manufacturer NXP is having a record year. And the peak is not yet in sight. The number of applications where chips are used also continues to grow.
On November 10 and 11, the 20th edition of the annual precision fair will take place. Holland Innovative will also be present again with an innovative product.
Every day we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it's Germany's bina, a start-up that wants to make quality education available to every child.
Artificial intelligence is everywhere, but does it also influence the world of art? An exhibition in Dresden, Germany shows how AI and art are closely interwoven
A prototype of smart switchable glass can help reduce discomfort indoors due to outside light, as well as optimize energy consumption.
Every day we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it's Mr. Winston's turn, a personalized cash register system for the hospitality sector.
The plastics manufacturing company Marlan has its boring and heavy sanding work done by a collaborative robot. "Think of it as a kind of third arm for the person working with the cobot," he says.
Dutch-Belgian chapter of the world’s largest ecosystem for purpose-driven technology is officially launched. It's inspired by the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Each week we follow up on a well-read story. This week: what are the pros and cons of artificial intelligence in healthcare?
The Dutch Design Week is a chance to showcase innovation and technology. Here is a selection of some of the most innovative ideas that will be presented during the event.
Energy-intensive computing power has called the long-term viability of cryptocurrencies in question," says Professor Krzystof Pietrzak, who is researching a sustainable blockchain