Robots are not going to take over our jobs, Ronald Dekker, labor economist at TNO, reassures us. Technology can actually create more and better jobs in the long run.
The research is still in its infancy, but scientists from Nuremberg and Düsseldorf have figured out a way to clean oil spills from surface water, among other things.
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.
In the Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge, real growers take on AI models. The competition provides important insights for the future of greenhouse farming, writes Colinda de Beer.
German and Italian scientists develop smart plant seed-inspired soft robots that spread on and in the ground to monitor soil and climate parameters.
Manual tasks require practice and sensitivity, qualities that robots still lack. Now, for the first time, researchers have been able to automate the processing of flexible materials.
A fast robot journalist provides a more extensive news supply for everyone, tailored to individual interests. Interesting, but risky. A filter bubble is lurking.
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.
The line between humans and robots is becoming more and more blurred. Robots can do some practical tasks better, but they cannot handle emotions yet. Will humans continue to be irreplaceable?
Will we live in a large robot in the future? Professor of Smart Architectural Technologies Masi Mohammadi is developing a robot house. "A house should accommodate its occupants needs and wishes."
Many managers do not look forward to the annual feedback interviews with their employees. What if we left this job to robots? Read about this in the column from HR specialist Wendy van Ierschot.
Going to a good game at the stadium or watching a match in front of the telly. The women and men from the Dutch national football teams have wee nieces and nephews: Soccer robots.
Robots are taking over more and more tasks from people in factories. But what if these machines work together with people to make their work easier, more fun and better?
A self-driving or a flying vehicle that delivers parcels and a garbage truck that drivies autonomously through your neighborhood. This could well become a reality within just a couple of years.
In order to be a part of society, robots need to understand people. This is one of the biggest challenges in robotics today.
"Humans assume that their lives and society will change as artificial intelligence and robotics are increasingly applied"
Avular helps companies make robots out of their machines. The company developed the Prime for this purpose.
The 0.003 millimeter long 'microswimmer' can swim half an hour in the dark when exposed to light for 30 seconds
On Saturday the World Cleanup Day has a very special participant. A robot is helping to clean up the beach in The Hague in the Netherlands this year.