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Hybride werken - leidt dit tot winst voor de kantoortijgers ten koste van de thuiswerkers?
Computer scientists from the Netherlands and Spain have now determined how a deep learning system well suited for image recognition learns to recognize its surroundings. They were able to simplify the learning process by forcing the system’s focus toward secondary characteristics.
Interviewing couples provides different information than conducting individual interviews. By observing the dynamics of the couple during the interview, Billie wants to better understand how these dynamics play a role in the decision whether to have children
From 24 - 27 June, AIMED, COVER, and IFMSA Groningen hosted aiHackCovid, the online AI - COVID-19 hackathon. Talented students and staff from a variety of fields in AI, computer science, and epidemiology took on COVID-19 and found fascinating patterns in pandemic data.
RUG economists Fabian ten Kate and Elmer Sterken predict that the Dutch Olympic team in Tokyo will experience its most successful Games ever. According to Ten Kate and Sterken, the team will achieve twelve gold medals (as many as in Sydney in 2000), eleven silver and eleven bronze medals. This would put the Netherlands in sixth place in the country standings and fulfills the NOC*NSF's top-10 goal.
A new study however suggests that people who behave sustainably may also experience direct benefits from this: sustainable behavior could make them happier.
Advance notice Call for Proposals 2021/2022 Data Science, Geodienst and Visualization of the CIT.
The Dutch Research Council ( NWO ) has awarded a Vidi grant of €800,000 to Julia Kamenz, Vânia Correia de Aguiar, Alberto Godioli, Gert Stulp and Marco Demaria. With this grant, the researchers can develop their own innovative five-year research plans and can establish their own research groups.
Het Groningse Griphingo Pharmaceuticals, een spin-off van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, heeft financiering verworven om toegepast vervolgonderzoek te kunnen doen naar de ontwikkeling van een innovatieve inhalatietherapie voor COPD-patiënten.
Lesbian, homosexual and bisexual individuals are more likely to have had a traumatic childhood experience than heterosexual individuals, according to research conducted by the UG and Trimbos Institute. This partially explains why sexual minorities have a two to three times greater risk of developing a psychological illness.
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