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21 March 2019

TU Delft and ING in AI for FinTech Lab

TU Delft and ING are joining their knowledge and expertise on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the financial sector in the AI for FinTech Lab (AFL).

21 March 2019

TU Delft and ING in AI for FinTech Lab

TU Delft and ING are joining their knowledge and expertise on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the financial sector in the AI for FinTech Lab (AFL).

13 March 2019

Experimenting with autonomous shipping on TU Delft Campus

On Monday, 18 March, Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen will open the Researchlab Autonomous Shipping (RAS) at TU Delft's The Green Village. This new research lab offers a natural outdoor space for autonomous shipping experiments and will bring together everyone involved in the development of autonomous shipping.

10 March 2019

Van Leeuwenhoeklezing: More human with machines

14 January 2019

Ibo van de Poel in Trouw over kunstmatige intelligentie bij de politie

De politie verwacht veel van big data, algoritmes en artificiële intelligentie. Maar ook supercomputers falen, discrimineren of zijn soms onnavolgbaar.

04 December 2018

Delft AI meetup series launched

A series of monthly meetups on Artificial Intelligence has been launched at TU Delft. First meetup will take place on December 13. More information is available via https://www.meetup.com/Delft-AI-Meetup/.

09 November 2018

Ahold Delhaize and TU Delft join forces in robotics

Ahold Delhaize is set to join forces with TU Delft, RoboValley and YES!Delft to explore new robotics applications in the retail sector.

25 September 2018

Virginia Dignum at Medium.com about keep loved ones alive with AI

The idea of preserving a person through their speech with interactive simulations is not new. “It is conceivable that people may attempt to develop such systems to ‘replace’ deceased loved ones in an emotional interaction,” says Victoria Dignum, associate professor of social artificial intelligence at Delft University of Technology. “I would not necessarily say that such uses are to be forbidden per se, but if developed, these must be subjected to strong ethical, psychological, and social reviews, in ways similar to how medicines are introduced nowadays.”

13 September 2018

Novel flying robot mimics rapid insect flight

A novel insect-inspired flying robot, developed by TU Delft researchers from the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory (MAVLab), has been presented in Science (14 September 2018).

16 July 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.