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28 July 2020

TUDelft teams get 1st and 2nd place at the GECCO 2020 Industrial Challenge

A team of students participating in the course Algorithms for Intelligent Decision Making have won the 1st place in the GECCO 2020 Industrial Challenge. Former Computer Science student Arthur Guijt has won 2nd place.

11 June 2020

Team Automatoes win final of Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge

All the talks are available on the conference website

15 May 2020

Three papers about reinforcement learning from our group were presented at AAMAS 2020

All the talks are available on the conference website

10 May 2020

Ibo van de Poel in Bij nader inzien over corona app

Ibo van de Poel, hoogleraar ethiek en technologie aan de TU Delft, vraagt zich af of we de corona-app niet net zo uitgebreid moeten testen als een vaccin, alvorens het te gebruiken.

14 April 2020

Ibo van de Poel in Reformatorisch Dagblad over zelfrijdende auto's

Al decennia is het de droom van de gemakzuchtige autobestuurder: vanzelf naar het werk rijden, krantje erbij, kopje koffie. De praktijk is weerbarstig: de eerste zelfrijdende auto laat nog zeker tien jaar op zich wachten. Hoe komt dat? Hoe realistisch is het om van kunstmatig intelligente algoritmes intuïtieve beslissingen te verwachten, vraagt Ibo van de Poel, hoogleraar ethiek en technologie aan de TU Delft, zich af.

20 December 2019

New project SAM-FMS studies scheduling in cyber-physical systems

New project SAM-FMS studies scheduling in cyber-physical systems

12 December 2019

TU Delft selected as ELLIS unit for AI and machine learning

The European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent systems (ELLIS) have selected TU Delft for establishing one of its units for European research excellence in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

31 October 2019

Swarm of tiny drones explores unknown environments

Researchers have presented a swarm of tiny drones that can explore unknown environments completely by themselves.

01 October 2019

Researchers from TU Delft discover real Van Gogh using artificial intelligence

What did Vincent van Gogh actually paint and draw? Paintings and drawings fade, so researchers from TU Delft are using deep learning to digitally reconstruct works of art and discover what they really looked like. ‘What we see today is not the painting or drawing as it originally was,’ says researcher Jan van der Lubbe.

12 August 2019

Aimee van Wynsberghe in Holland Herald about Robot ethics

Assistant professor and robot ethicist Aimee van Wynsberghe of TU Delft says we should not worry about robots taking over humanity. But we do need to develop moral codes when it comes to robotics and artificial intelligence.