In the media 2023
An overview of media appearances of academics and subjcts connected to the themes of the Jantina Tammes School.
- Adformatie, 27 December 2023
New York Times klaagt OpenAI en Microsoft aan, claimt schadepost van miljarden dollars
The publisher says its articles were used without permission to train chatbots.
- ICT & health, 20 December 2023
VR verrijkt visuele revalidatie na beroerte
Innovative care for people who experience visual symptoms after a stroke will get a major boost from a project using VR for home rehabilitation. This research, led by the University Medical Centre Groningen (UMCG) and Royal Visio, is supported by a €2.7 million grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
- European Commission, 13 December 2023
Harnessing the potential of Artificial Intelligence in science to boost Europe’s global competitiveness
Today, the Commission published a policy brief on the role and potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in science and innovation. AI is transforming the scientific landscape at every stage in research. It opens new possibilities, enabling scientists to accelerate the pace of discovery, solve complex problems, and address global challenges.
- NU.nl, 9 December
Ondanks 'bizarre lobby' bleef strenge Europese AI-wet grotendeels overeind
The European Union reached a tentative agreement on Friday to curb the development of artificial intelligence after an exceptionally long negotiation. There were very strong efforts from the tech industry to weaken the new AI law slightly. Partly successfully, but the strictest rules remained in place.
- Computable, 30 November
OU bovenaan met informatica, Groningen met ai
Artificial intelligence is best studied in Groningen. The UG (68 points on a scale of 100) remains far ahead of Eindhoven TU/e (61) and Tilburg TiU (60), numbers 2 and 3, in this field. Amsterdam VU (49) which has the largest enrolment, scores insufficiently.
- UMCG News, 13 November
UMCG answers patient questions with help from AI (Dutch)
UMCG is deploying artificial intelligence (AI for short) to help healthcare providers answer written questions from patients.
IEEE Spectrum, 30 October
What You Need to Know About Biden’s Sweeping AI Order > The executive order covers AI safety, algorithmic bias, and privacy
The world has been waiting for the United States to get its act together on regulating artificial intelligence—particularly since it’s home to many of the powerful companies pushing at the boundaries of what’s acceptable.
NWO, 26 July
New Digitalisation Research Advisory Committee
The Executive Board of NWO has appointed a Digitalisation Research Advisory Committee with effect from 5 July 2023. This new committee will advise NWO on policy and funding for digital research infrastructure.
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