27 January 2023
King Willem-Alexander opens ELEO battery production plant in Helmond
- Development of battery technology and applications
It seems as though some devices are getting smarter and smarter. ‘Shall I set your alarm for 7:30h?‘ or 'If you enjoy this film, you'll probably enjoy this series too’. And what about self-driving cars? These are all examples of artificial intelligence, AI for short.
AI is a technology in which machines carry out tasks usually performed by people. You might say that AI imitates the human brain through systems or machines. That can be done by writing software with huge amounts of data. Based on that data, machines can observe, think and make decisions allowing robots to take over boring, heavy and dangerous work from humans.
What do you do when you are hugely passionate about AI, are firmly convinced that is can resolve major social problems but feel it's still not being applied enough? You look around for like-minded people.Tracking poachers using AI
More space for greenery, pedestrians, playgrounds and socialising; the Dutch are united in their wishes for where they live. With Artificial Intelligence, these wishes may be realised faster than we currently think.A greener environment with AI
You may not always think about it, but you too have probably encountered Artificial Intelligence. For example, you will find AI at Netflix; the films you are offered are determined by smart AI algorithms.The smart shuttle of Fabulos
The Brainport region is bustling and bursting with innovations. Countless startups and larger organisations work together here. On the development of new ideas that move companies forward, or make the world a bit happier.More time for real care with A.I.
A waste mountain the height of 4,500 Eiffel Towers? That's roughly how much electronic waste (e-waste) is added every year. Only 20 per cent of this total, or 10 million tonnes of electronic device waste, is (partially) reused. This should be much higher,From trash to treasure
A cheerful machine rolls into a room of a care home. Mrs Willemsen is a bit absent-minded, but this little robot recognises her and helps her with 'smart modules' to train her memory. This rascal, called SARA, knows exactly which music will make Ms WillemSARA is a robot
Magdalena Scheijgrond is a native of Poland who’s married to a Dutchman and lives and works out of Eindhoven. She has made a career in the pharmaceutical sector and in the medical technology communications field at various companies, including Philips, beUltra-early detection of skin cancer with AI