DAIRE

Delft Artificial Intelligence Research and Education

Delft University of Technology is home to over 50 scientists covering almost all areas of Artificial Intelligence.

AI research and education at Delft University of Technology focuses on understanding, designing, and engineering the responsible automation of complex systems, involving people as well as technical components.

Find out who is working on Machine Learning, Knowledge Representation & Reasoning, Decision Making, Agents, and Robotics & Vision.

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10 juni 2021

Kunstmatige intelligentie met een moreel kompas

De razendsnelle ontwikkeling van kunstmatige intelligentie brengt ook nieuwe uitdagingen met zich mee. Andreia Martinho probeert met haar PhD de übertheoretische wereld van de ethiek en de praktijk van kunstmatige intelligentie dichter bij elkaar te brengen.

09 februari 2021

Roel Dobbe in Waag over Inclusieve AI op internet

Dit jaar onderzocht Waag met diverse onderzoekers, waaronder Roel Dobbe, algoritmisch onrecht en andere potentiële gevaren van slimme en zelflerende systemen. Wie zitten er aan de knoppen? Wie ontwerpt de knoppen? En hoe zorgen we dat de veelgebruikte systemen voor iedereen even goed werken?

16 december 2020

Filippo Santoni de Sio in various media about robots and dignity

Filippo Santoni de Sio explains that it depends per person whether or not they feel robots violate their human dignity.

10 november 2020

Roel Dobbe in Geographical about the carbon footprint of AI and cloud computing

Artificial intelligence offers high potential solutions to the climate crisis, but evidence suggests that AI systems and cloud computing will need to clean up their own energy bills. Roel Dobbe, AI researcher, explains that in the AI field, there is a dominant but false belief that “bigger is better”, and that assumption drives the use of increased computation and bigger data sets in the development of AI models. As AI relies on more computational power, its carbon footprint increases.

03 november 2020

Seda Gürses on medium.com over AI and injustice

The entire infrastructure behind AI is owned by few and inaccessible to many. Dr Seda Gürses explains how much developments in AI depend on tech giants, who have monopolies on the machinery needed to make breakthroughs and effect change.

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