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Amsterdam's Kepler Vision Technologies receives €1.5M to increase support in healthcare

29 April 2024

Amsterdam's Kepler Vision Technologies receives €1.5M to increase support in healthcare >

ROM InWest's €1.5M investment in Amsterdam's Kepler Vision Technologies will facilitate the launch of 'Kepler Night Nurse,' which uses AI-driven technology to improve care quality, particularly for the elderly.

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Can artificial intelligence assist us in staining cancer tissue samples?

29 April 2024

Can artificial intelligence assist us in staining cancer tissue samples? >

Last week, researcher Sara Pires de Oliveira received funding from the Dutch Research Council NWO (Dutch Research Council) to explore this concept. 

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Hyperscenarios of artificial intelligence usage: an essay by Nanda Piersma

April 23 2024

Hyperscenarios of artificial intelligence usage: an essay by Nanda Piersma >

In her essay, Nanda Piersma from CREATE-IT APPLIED RESEARCH at HvA discusses the complexity of artificial intelligence and how its deployment by people is key to responsible usage.

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Responsibly connecting on social media: The RE-LINK Project

April 22 2024

Responsibly connecting on social media: The RE-LINK Project >

In the ERC project RE-LINK, Fernando P. Santos and his team examine the social effects of link recommendation algorithms on social media.

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How Artificial Intelligence and data are changing the world of football

April 22 2024

How Artificial Intelligence and data are changing the world of football >

Artificial intelligence is changing the way football coaches analyze and improve corner kicks, according to a joint study by Google DeepMind and Liverpool FC.

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 CWI call semester programme development 2025/2026/2027

April 21 2024

CWI call semester programme development 2025/2026/2027 >

Do you have a mathematics or computer science research topic that deserves broader attention? Would you like to organize more collaboration within the Dutch scientific community?

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Growy: a mission to feed the world through vertical farming

April 20 2024

Growy: a mission to feed the world through vertical farming >

Growy, an Amsterdam-based vertical farming company, is committed to providing local and affordable food amidst global challenges such as sustainability and food safety.

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Toward a national computing facility for AI

April 19 2024

Toward a national computing facility for AI >

In a recent article in I/O magazine, Geert-Jan Houben and Cees Snoek argue for the necessity of a national GPU-based supercomputing facility to keep the Netherlands at the forefront of generative AI development.

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Study: Dutch companies unprepared for European AI legislation

April 19 2024

Study: Dutch companies unprepared for European AI legislation >

Following the recent approval of the EU-AI Act by the European Parliament, a new study from the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences examines how Dutch companies are preparing for this sweeping legislation.

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Reducing bias in medical AI solutions

May 17 2024

Reducing bias in medical AI solutions >

AI can analyze medical data quickly and accurately, potentially improving diagnoses and treatment plans. However, bias remains a persistent problem, making medical AI solutions not yet effective for every population. Researchers from the UvA Informatics Institute are unfolding the bias issue and suggesting improvements.

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Dutch public prioritizes combating fake news for AI research agenda

May 3 2024

Dutch public prioritizes combating fake news for AI research agenda >

A study by Waag Futurelab and Ipsos I&O, commissioned by the Dutch AI Coalition, highlights the Dutch public's priority for AI research topics, emphasizing the fight against fake news and polarization.

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AI020 Recap

30 April 2024

AI020 Recap >

We are fresh off AI020, our team is still buzzing!

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ERC advanced grants awarded to multiple Amsterdam knowledge institutes

30 April 2024

ERC advanced grants awarded to multiple Amsterdam knowledge institutes >

€652 million was allocated to leading researchers across Europe through the EU's Horizon Europe program, aiming to facilitate scientific breakthroughs. Notably, the Netherlands secured a total of 23 grants, with Amsterdam universities and research centres claiming around half.

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Amsterdam's Kepler Vision Technologies receives €1.5M to increase support in healthcare

29 April 2024

Amsterdam's Kepler Vision Technologies receives €1.5M to increase support in healthcare >

ROM InWest's €1.5M investment in Amsterdam's Kepler Vision Technologies will facilitate the launch of 'Kepler Night Nurse,' which uses AI-driven technology to improve care quality, particularly for the elderly.

read more >