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Kerstin Bunte's "Transparent AI" awarded NWO VIDI

04 November 2020

Dr. Kerstin Bunte (Intelligent Systems) was awarded a prestigious NWO VIDI grant (800.000 euro) for her project "Transparent AI".

Abstract:

Experts want to know how measurement data could provide information on natural processes that they are researching. Computer scientists can link the predictive power of artificial intelligence to the assertive power of models to create more transparency and insight. The new methods could lead to personally tailored medication and innovations in the smart industry.  

Last modified:25 November 2020 10.25 a.m.

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