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What if the coronavirus is here to stay?
In the early days of the corona pandemic we challenged TU/e students in a story contest. 'What if the coronavirus is here to stay? How could this affect our lives? And what role could technology play in all this?"
We also invited three writers to kick off the contest.
Read all stories here! >>
By Rik van Gorp, winner of the TU/e story contest
The Titan Experience
By Saikat Chakraborty, runner-up of the TU/e Story Contest
By Willem Klok, third finalist TU/e Story Contest
‘You feel tense, do you need a hug?’ my couch asks. I don’t really feel like it, but if I say no, I know he’ll want to go into an in depth...
It’s the year 2033, and 17-year old Rachel Adkins has a school project for history class. With the deadline looming and Rachel’s panic-ever...
Julian lost his parents to COVID-19 when he was a kid. Although he learned to be a flight mechanic, he now works for the covid police to...
Flashback on events
An overview of past events organized by and in cooperation with the Center for Humans & Technology
Sex, Robots and Artificial Intimacy: a threat or the next best thing?
Intimacy through sex, love, and touch; for most people this is essential to leading a happy human life. The COVID-19 pandemic and its...
Disruptive technologies: Risks worth taking?
Risks and (disruptive) technologies are closely connected. Technologies can reduce risks, but also introduce new ones. Socially disruptive...
The Creativity Code
Will a computer ever compose a symphony, write a prize-winning novel, or paint a masterpiece? And if so, would we be able to tell the...
Considering health behavior change
Despite the advantages, most behavior changes last only briefly. But why? Why do most changes not result in a more sustainable change of...
From blackboard to black box; Education and learning in the age of AI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way we work in many different ways. What will this mean for higher education?
Playful learning - Meaningful learning
How can we create more meaningful and engaging learning environments and activities?
The Future of Social Robotics
Join The Future of Social Robotics and the opening of the TU/e Social Robotics Lab
Kenny Chow: 'Animation Thinking on Human-Technology Relationship'
Animation Thinking on Human-Technology Relationship
Quantified Self Meetup - 13 May 2019
Together with Quantified Self Netherlands we organize the next QS Meetup, at TU Eindhoven. If you are interested in e.g. self-tracking,...
Hannover Messe 2019
We demonstrated our developments in robotics research, both form a systems approach as from the social robotics approach
Artificial Womb: Dream or Nightmare?
The artificial womb confronts us with serious moral and societal questions. Will humankind be better off with this alternative way of...
Artificial Moral Agents?
How ethical are self-learning algorithms, when do we say AI is ‘fair’ and should we be concerned about robot rights?
Pressure at work: The unavoidable impact of background sounds on human cognitive tasks
In this research meet, the interaction between sound and cognitive processes will be described and discussed based on current understanding...
Home Smart Home Night
Is there still room for human contact when we are surrounded by smart devices?
Research meet on Novel Sensing Techniques for Health Analytics and Quantified Self
Happy people in Smart Environments
In the research meet of 28 September 2018 TU/e researchers from various disciplines shared the latest research insights concerning health,...
Blockchain tech is coming like a tsunami and in the meantime slowly we are converting our paper money to crypto valuta
Transforming mental health care - Technological and social innovation for mental health
Mental health care is recognizing the potential of and adopting technology. April 6 TU/e, Tilburg University and GGZ Eindhoven orgnized a...
Social robotics: the future of human-machine relationships.
Center for Humans & Technology Research Meet: "Social robotics: the future of human-machine relationships."
Is morality always and everywhere, cooperative?
Debating the future of morality research
The Age of the Algorithm
We live in an algorithm driven society. In our quest for the ultimate learning machine we need to think about the consequences for human...
Virtual Healthcare - Hoe speelt VR een rol bij vraagstukken in zorg?
Welke rol kan Virtual Reality spelen bij vraagstukken in de zorg?
"Fitter, happier, more productive? The Science and Technology of Behavior Change"
In this research meet we focussed on the science and technology of behavior change. Are we designing the future we want to live in?
Debate: “Do robotics and automation threaten the good life?”
TU/e hosts Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) debate on automation and work.
“Sound Technology; a human perspective on the benefits and risks of sound in everyday life”
The science of sound and how advanced sound technology can change effect of sound on humans.
Ergonomics and Light, Lighting Design for All
Personal informatics & Personal health: Empowerd by Data?
Focussing on the potential of self-tracking technologies (aka Quantified Self) to support improved health trajectories, as well as...
Machine Smarts and Human Values: designing a humanistic future
We are handing more and more tasks to technology. But how do we ensure that this technological growth also contributes to the prosperity and...
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Marketing & CommunicationsMarc Rosmalenm.rosmalen@ tue.nl
Postal addressPO Box 5135600 MB Eindhoventhe Netherlands
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