Digital information technology is changing almost all aspects of our society rapidly. Big Data and Artificial Intelligence affect our daily life ever more thoroughly. How does our society handle big data sets that have become available? And for instance the ethical and privacy issues they create ? Tilburg University conducts research into the opportunities and threats.
The impact of spelling mistakes on online dating profiles
NudgeME: Give me a push and I'll eat healthy!27th June 2022
Give me a nudge, or NudgeME, is the acronym of the research project of Dr. Nynke van der Laan's team at the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences. With a self-scan and an app in the supermarket, people become more aware of their food choices.
Farewell Prof. Emile Aarts: Artificial Intelligence as a driver of sustainable prosperity16th June 2022
In his farewell address on June 24, Aarts outlines the history and development of Artificial Intelligence (KI) since 1955, its birth year. He argues that KI has become systems technology.Therefore, he advocates for a large-scale systems approach in all levels of society
Online misunderstandings arise from an excess of clarity10th June 2022
Research by Carla Roos of the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences now shows that online misunderstandings are actually caused by too much clarity, and that this can cause people who are not actually disinhibited to come across that way to others.
TAISIG organises AI activities at Tilburg University
The AI special interest group consists of a wide variety of scientists searching for interdisciplinary and international collaboration.
MindLabs is a partnership in which the partners together strengthen the development of technologies that interact with human behaviour; or human centred AI.
Zero Hunger Lab
Tilburg University’s Zero Hunger Lab is a research group that aims to achieve global food security through the power of data science.
Tilburg center for Cognition and Communication
We study how people communicate with each other and how computer systems can be taught to communicate with us.
Data Science Center Tilburg
Data Science Center Tilburg (DSC/t) brings together Tilburg University’s scientific expertise in economics, management, law, social sciences, behavioral sciences and the humanities to develop and apply data science.
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