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 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.
Technology has advanced to the point now where most people do not realize that the images have been tampered with when they quickly view these types of video.
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.
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.
A fast robot journalist provides a more extensive news supply for everyone, tailored to individual interests. Interesting, but risky. A filter bubble is lurking.
When it comes to AI in mobility, many people instantly think of autonomous cars. They are still a while away, but AI can already contribute to safer and more sustainable mobility.
The future of farmers: keeping an eye on all the processes behind a computer screen while robots do the work on the land. This is essential in order to meet the growing demand for sustainable food.
Where some people can't bear the thought of robots in healthcare, others see plenty of potential. E.g. chatbots are on the rise. The advantages and disadvantages of these systems at a glance.
The dreams, the nightmares and the interesting middle ground: why AI should be our collective concern
New series of articles on Innovation Origins about the social impact of artificial intelligence