As General Manager of the Eindhoven AI Systems Institute at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Carlo van de Weijer focuses on bringing the potential benefits of AI to the foreground. It is our expectation that the AI technology, as it is to be developed in the upcoming years, will be relevant to all areas of science and engineering: mechanical and electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, physics, chemistry, and more. Furthermore, this AI technology will be crucial for all High Tech Systems such as intelligent machines, autonomous systems, mobility, healthcare equipment, communication, and IoT. Based on that expectation we define the long-term goal of EAISI to be the design of intelligent engineering systems that sense their environment, learn and understand it, and in interaction with humans, reason about which action to take to achieve specified goals.
With AI moving Data-only to Data-Human-Machine, we aim to use our universities traditional strengths to significantly leverage the huge potential of this next generation AI”
Carlo van de Weijer (1966) has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the TU Eindhoven and a PhD degree with honors from TU in Graz. He carries a broad experience in the automotive industry with a.o. executive positions at Siemens and TomTom. Currently he is managing director of the newly founded Eindhoven AI System Institute EAISI at Eindhoven University of Technology. He advises ministries and industries around the world on the future of mobility and is member of the supervisory board of several high-tech companies and start-ups. He is an international speaker on exponential technology and the future of high-tech, amongst others as faculty member of Silicon Valley based Singularity University. Furthermore, he is a weekly columnist in the leading Dutch financial newspaper.
The difficult decade for automated driving : a societal focus on the implementation challenge14th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR 2016), 10-15 July 2016, Shanghai, China (2016)
Societal benefits by in-car centric traffic management20th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (2013)
How navigation centric traffic management is rapidly changing traffic management already today19th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress, ITS 2012 (2012)
Dutch urban bus cycle(1994)
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