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...
How ‘ethics by design’ could remedy the concerns arising from behavior change technologies
Health-related behavior change technologies help people prevent, or reduce, unhealthy behaviors. But this type of persuasive technologies...
“All students can find ethics interesting. It's a question of how you present it”
Challenge-based learning improves the relevance of ethics education for students.
Matthew Dennis wins Postdoc Best Paper Awards
Matthew Dennis (P&E group) won with his paper ‘Towards a theory of digital well-being: reimagining online life after lockdown,’ which he...
Is it time for robot rights?
Moral status in artificial entities
Care robot requires balance between effiency and human contact
Where some people can't bear the thought of robots in healthcare, others see plenty of potential. E.g. chatbots are on the rise. The...
Five TU/e researchers receive Veni grants
250,000 euros per awardee to explore their research ideas.