AI is undeniably having a huge impact on our lives. In the Eindhoven region in the Netherlands, a multitude of new initiatives are being set up to further shape this.
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.
The AI For Life Center bundles together a lot of initiatives surrounding artificial intelligence within the Nijmegen-Arnhem-Wageningen region. Health is an important theme in this.
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
Each week we follow up on one of our best-read stories. This week: Will we all soon get personalized nutrition advice via artificial intelligence and technology?
An interview with Stefan Leijnen, lecturer in Artificial Intelligence, about the wonderful world of AI. The technology is only in its infancy and already has so much impact -what does the future hold?
The software program Station Connector from the German Fraunhofer Institute IPA works as a kind of translation machine.
The world is changing with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). So is the way countries wage war in the future and also how we must defend ourselves against this threat.
Fraunhofer Institute scientists have developed quality control software that allows users without expert AI knowledge to benefit from AI.
A research team at TU Munich has developed a new early warning system for autonomous vehicles that uses AI to learn and warn of situations that require driver intervention.
The mattress from British start-up CaldiScope is stacked with sensors that have learned to signal if someone has been in one position for too long that can cause lesions.
Researchers have uncovered a new tool in understanding how humans have adapted to infectious diseases over the last 10,000 years. It has application to diseases like Covid-19.
Screenpoint Medical, a spin-off from the Dutch Radboudumc makes AI systems for assessing mammograms that are already as good or even better than the average mammogram radiologist.
A duet between man and machine. A dancer and a drone as two autonomous figures, linked together in a very special dance. That is the ultimate dream of choreographer David Middendorp.
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.
The rise of AI is turning not only our daily lives but also education upside down. Innovative educators talk about the changes needed to tailor classes to the real world.
An AI-powered technology is expected to make it possible in the future to swap out perimeter advertising during live broadcasts of soccer matches or other events without viewers noticing.
The issues raised by technology are not new. What is new, however, is that technology is increasingly interfering with our daily lives. What are our thoughts on that?
The technology for self-driving cars is constantly improving. One factor the developers find difficult to control: the unpredictable pedestrian. But work is also being done on this.
Sometimes hilarious, sometimes hurtful or misleading: deepfake videos are a trend to be reckoned with in the coming years, writes philosopher Katleen Gabriels.