Delft AI Lab Lunch with CHEME AI Lab & D@S Lab

20 October 2022 12:00 till 13:30 - Location: Mondai House of AI (@NEXT Delft, Molengraaffsingel 8) | Add to my calendar

During this AI Lab Lunch the CHEME AI Lab and the D@S Lab will present themselves and their latest developments. The CHEME AI Lab investigate knowledge-driven AI and demonstrates its potential within two applied science domains in particular – chemical engineering and imaging physics. Such knowledge-driven AI aims to be more interpretable and reliable than purely data-driven AI, and it will further drive future scientific development in chemical engineering and imaging physics. The research of the Design@Scale Lab will establish new methods for integrating Participatory Design, Crowd Computing and AI, ultimately enabling designers to better address complex social problems. Their aim is to reduce design complexity for large-scale social interventions. D@S Lab research focuses on orchestrating large-scale design activities involving people, data, and machines. They collect data on effective design interventions and investigate how to predict their impact.

About CHEME AI Lab

Integrating fundamental applied science understanding into technology has been a continuous process throughout history, and the CHEME AI Lab works to make today’s data-driven artificial intelligence (AI) stronger. We investigate knowledge-driven AI and demonstrate its potential within two applied science domains in particular – chemical engineering and imaging physics. Our research also applies to a wider range of applications. It explores fundamental ways to instil knowledge into all key components of AI: data acquisition, algorithm design, user interaction and deployment. Such knowledge-driven AI aims to be more interpretable and reliable than purely data-driven AI, and it will further drive future scientific development in chemical engineering and imaging physics.

During this AI Lab Lunch, lab PhD students Qinghe Gao and Yidong Zhao will share some of their latest work.

About D@S Lab

We can harness unprecedented amounts of data using AI, creating opportunities to tackle major societal problems in areas such as health, well-being, and mobility. To make AI useful, we need to find new ways to combine the creative power of humans with the analytical capabilities of computers. That’s why the Design at Scale Lab (D@S Lab) is developing new methods for ‘Hybrid Intelligence’ (HI) – the combination of artificial and human intelligence.

A key challenge lies in finding out how to help designers, experts and societal stakeholders work together with AI, to prepare, realise and evaluate design interventions. Our aim is to reduce design complexity for large-scale social interventions. D@S Lab research will focus on orchestrating large-scale design activities involving people, data, and machines. We will collect data on effective design interventions and investigate how to predict their impact.

Our research will establish new methods for integrating Participatory Design, Crowd Computing and AI, ultimately enabling designers to better address complex social problems.


About the Delft AI Lab Lunch series

The Delft AI Lab Lunch is a monthly meet-up hosted by the TU Delft AI Labs & Talent community at Mondai | House of AI. Every month, two Delft AI Labs present their work and discuss challenges and developments made in their field. During these events, you can participate, learn, make connections, inspire and be inspired by and with the Delft AI Labs. We invite all interested staff and students from TU Delft to join these sessions. Please contact community manager Charlotte Boelens for more information about this series or the TU Delft AI Labs & Talent Programme.

 

Join this series in 2022 on: 15 September with 3DUU & AI*MAN | 20 October with CHEME AI Lab & D@S Lab | 17 November with CityAI Lab & HERALD | 15 December with AIFluids & Delft AI Energy Lab

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