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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13 september 2018

Nieuwe vliegende robot imiteert insectenvlucht

Onderzoekers van het Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory (MAVLab) van de TU Delft hebben een vliegende robot ontwikkeld die is geïnspireerd op insecten. De robot werd voor het eerst gepresenteerd in Science (14 september 2018).

04 september 2018

Virginia Dignum in Financieel Dagblad over KI Brain drain

Kunstmatige intelligentie is hot, merkte professor Virginia Dignum van de Universiteit Delft afgelopen januari. Heel erg hot. Ineens had ze drie aanbiedingen van headhunters in haar mailbox.

04 september 2018

Virginia Dignum op European Commission over What is Artificial Intelligence?

What is artificial intelligence? Virginia Dignum, Associate Professor of Social Artificial Intelligence at Delft University of Technology, provides a definition.

16 juli 2018

Jeroen van den Hoven on phy.org about artificial intelligence

Digital technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics, 'desperately' need an institutional framework and system of values to help regulate the industry, ethics expert Jeroen van den Hoven has told leading scientists and policymakers.

29 juni 2018

The ICAPS'18 and the CPAIOR'18 conference at the TU Delft have been a great success

The International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS) 2018 and the International Conference on Integration of AI and OR Techniques in Constraint Programming for Combinatorial Optimization Problems (CPAIOR) 2018 in Delft have been a great success. Thanks to everyone who helped us!

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