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 transition to fully autonomous driving is still years ahead. Helen Kardan writes about what the challenges are that the automotive industry has to overcome.
Neural networks for artificial intelligence can be both simpler and smarter. The efficient nervous system of the threadworm demonstrates this.
"This could take us another step further in the development of autonomous choices by computers."
It is expected that the use of this new technology will be more accurate, environmentally friendly and less expensive than checking in hold baggage by scanning baggage labels.
Mannheim scholars explore the impact of smart cities and AI on urban life and social inequality in practical use cases.
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 first Dutch-German field lab focusing on digital twins and AI opens this week on the Brainport Industries Campus in The Netherlands.
A research group at Leiden University in The Netherlands is using artificial intelligence (AI) to find new types of antibiotics. The software could replace the old cultivation method.
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.
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.
The AI4B.io Lab will serve as a laboratory for artificial intelligence to promote bio-based innovation.
This intelligent voice assistant should provide people working in manufacturing with answers to every technical question.
Sennay Ghebreab, a neuroinformatician at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and founder of the Civic AI Lab, firmly believes in the positive power of algorithms.
Scientists at the Technical University of Munich have developed self-learning algorithms that can help in the analysis and interpretation of biological imaging data in the future.
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.
Aidoc software checks CT scans for brain hemorrhages and signals when they are found. The software saves time and detects hemorrhages that doctors might have missed.
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.
UCL hopes the test will minimize the damage caused by age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
Research conducted by the European Patent Office: "This concerns a major shift towards a fully data-driven economy."