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An evening with ChatGPT
Posted on:23 January 2023

On Wednesday 18 of January 2023, the Computational Linguistics group of the Faculty of Arts organized a special event about ChatGPT. The main purpose was to answer questions about ChatGPT that many (if not all) academics are currently concerned with. What can it do? How does it work? How will it impact teaching? How will it impact society? What are the next steps? Not all these questions have definitive answers, but it is good to start the conversation.

Successful Pitch Event Jantina Tammes School
Posted on:22 January 2023

The New Year’s Pitch Event that the Jantina Tammes School of Digital Society, Technology and AI organised on January 19 was an inspiring success.

NWO-NERA Energy Symposium ‘Promoting Interdisciplinary Research towards a successful Energy Transition’
Posted on:23 December 2022

On Friday November 11, 2022 the first NWO-NERA Energy Symposium ‘Promoting Interdisciplinary Research towards a successful Energy Transition’ took place.

Podcast over ecologisch onderzoek naar effecten zonneparken: interview met ecoloog dr. ir. Raymond Klaasen.
Posted on:23 December 2022

‘Wij zoeken heel erg de diepgang...we willen echt weten waarom bepaalde soorten wel of niet voorkomen, vertelt dr. ir. Raymond Klaassen in de 20voor20 Podcast

Agricola Interview: Sylvia de Vries researches the ecological impact of solar parks
Posted on:21 December 2022

Agricola Interview: What effects does a solar park have on the ecology? What is the most nature-friendly way to construct a solar park? Biologist Sylvia de Vries hopes to answer these and many more questions in five years’ time. As a PhD student, she will study the construction of solar parks. This research is facilitated by a cooperation between Solarfields – which constructs solar parks – , the Groningen Provincial Executive and Sustainable Society of the University of Groningen.

Start major five-year research into the ecological effects of solar parks
Posted on:08 December 2022

Thursday 15 December marked the official start of a long-term scientific study of the ecological effects of solar parks. The study, initiated by the Groningen Provincial Executive and Solarfields, provides insight into what solar parks do for soil quality and biodiversity.

Frans J. Sijtsma new Director Rudolf Agricola School for Sustainable Development
Posted on:05 December 2022

Frans J. Sijtsma new Director Rudolf Agricola School for Sustainable Development

The Sustainable Society Grants ceremony 2022 in photo's
Posted on:05 December 2022

The Sustainable Society Grants ceremony 2022 in photo's

Sustainable Society PhD Grants 2022 awarded to the eight winners
Posted on:30 November 2022

Sustainable Society PhD Grants 2022 awarded to the eight winners

November 2022: Third round of Sustainable Society Small Grants of 2022 awarded
Posted on:29 November 2022

November 2022: Third round of Sustainable Society Small Grants of 2022 awarded

YAN event about the future of AI very well attended
Posted on:28 November 2022

The next big step in the development and adoption of AI was discussed at the YAN event that was held on November 23.

Michele Molè receives YAG-SER grant for interdisciplinary research project ‘Panoptiwork’
Posted on:24 November 2022

PhD candidate Michele Molè received a grant from the UG incentive fund for interdisciplinary research for his project Panoptiwork - The Human and the Digital at Work .

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