Activating Intelligence in Building Lasting and Liveable Environments
How AI can be developed and used in complex real-world scenarios in the built environment? Our aim is to help reach effective, transparent and lasting decisions and agreements. This means incorporating human feedback into the loop, iteratively improving decision-making and driving behaviour changes. We focus on two important built environment challenges: energy transition and circularity. By using AI to augment human intelligence and support negotiation and deliberation continuously – while adapting to and driving human behaviour – the AiBLE Lab will close the policy-practice gap responsibly and inclusively. We also aim to accelerate the adoption and acceptance of AI.
The AiBLE Lab Lab is part of the TU Delft AI Labs programme.
- Computational Intelligence (CSE 2350)
- Collaborative Artificial Intelligence (CSE2530)
Supervision of students in Capstone Applied AI project 2022-2023 T13150TU at TU Delft by Amir Homayouni Rad. Project Name: Topic modeling for policymaking assessment in energy transition.