Digital information technology is changing almost all aspects of our society. Big Data and Artificial Intelligence affect our daily life ever more thoroughly. How do we turn the digital society into a better one than the analogue society? Tilburg University conducts research into the opportunities and threats.
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MEGAMIND project for innovative energy transition receives grant from NWO10th March 2021
Innovative energy transition research receives a grant from the Dutch Research Council NWO. Ten researchers will link artificial intelligence research to innovation in legislation and regulation to accelerate the energy transition. Among the ten researchers are Saskia Lavrijssen, Merel Noorman and Leonie Reins from the Tilburg Law School.
Interview with Hannes Datta: "Datta loves data"18th February 2021
Mr. Spotify – that’s how Hannes Datta is sometimes seen because of his research into the popular music streaming service. But his research into digitization is much broader. “Education is in need of a format that is just as radically innovative as Spotify’s.”
TAISIG: new initiative that brings together all of Tilburg University's AI activities25th January 2021
Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays a prominent role in today's digital society. It is therefore not surprising that AI is taking an increasingly important place in both academic research and education. At Tilburg University, a wide variety of scientists from all schools is involved in AI. In order to map and provide insight into what we do and what we are good at, TAISIG (Tilburg University AI Special Interest Group) was established.
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