Co-creation can serve as the catalyst for the most innovative outcomes. Here’s how.
Shelly Tsui defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences on November 16th.
Wijnand IJsselsteijn and Matthew Dennis advice European Parliament on Human-computer confluence in education.
At the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) of the European Parliament
Lukas Fuchs receives Best Paper Award at the 2023 Luhmann Conference
Matthew Dennis receives a KNAW Academy Early Career Partnership award
XS grant for Elizabeth O’Neill
NWO grant on what roles computers should play in conversations about morality
Emily Sullivan receives Honorable Mention in BJPS Popper Prize competition
Sullivan’s article, “Understanding from Machine Learning Models” received an honourable mention from the Editors and the Committee.
What future for humanity in a society governed by AI?
Five hot topics surrounding artificial intelligence in questions and answers.
Are babies the key to the next generation of artificial intelligence?
New research proposes a new research direction to overcome limitations of machine learning
Checking in and out on the bus with your phone: Convenient, but keep in control!
A new app is being tested on two bus lines. TU/e professors Wijnand IJsselsteijn and Lambèr Royakkers see the conveniences, but also warn…
Being the ‘Bad guy’ in a group isn’t always wrong
Philisopher Mandi Astola: bad people can actually make a positive impact on group behavior
Research project ‘Tomorrow’s value Conflicts’ awarded 50.000 Euro research grant
Vincent Müller in documentary ‘The Digital Human’
Can you imagine, discussing your problems with a digital therapist instead of a real person? Virtual assistants are on the rise and getting…