What is Radboud AI?
Radboud AI is a campus-wide initiative connecting all activities on Artificial Intelligence and Data Science within Radboud University and Radboudumc. Radboud AI strives for the development of human-centered AI technology, which can form the basis for creating practical applications for the benefit of society. In addition to doing fundamental research on the development of new AI algorithms, our researchers study the societal impact of using these techniques in several application areas such as healthcare, communication, education, neuroscience, and the natural sciences. Radboud AI takes an integrated perspective on AI, where the collaboration of scientists from different fields is essential for the development of AI technologies that are transparent, responsible, sustainable, and socially aware.
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Our mission: Connecting AI
Inspired by the human brain, Radboud University is a global frontrunner on research about innovative intelligent learning systems. To maintain our leading position we develop new know-how and technologies that connect different fields of AI, science, and society in a responsible manner. Our scientists and students from all faculties work together with industry to create new solutions that allow for a future where privacy, security, and understanding of AI is valued. In order to develop human-oriented AI innovations we work closely with our researchers at Radboudumc.
- 1e Nationale ELSA Labs congres1 December 2022
- ICAI: The Labs - Trustworthy AI in the Netherlands15 December 2022
- Masterclass Artificial Intelligence for Business7 February 2023
On November 23, partners of the AI hub East Netherlands discussed major challenges faced by the healthcare sector during the AI & medical imaging event that took place at De Rozet in Arnhem.
The purpose of the ELSA Labs is to ensure that companies, governmental authorities, centres of expertise, civil society organizations and the general public develop responsible applications of AI jointly. The labs focus on various social challenges, using practical cases to develop AI applications step by step that are fair, equitable, safe and reliable. This is all aimed at achieving human-centric AI. And that comes through trial and error, so it is a matter of learning.
The METATOOL project received four million euros from the European Innovation Council (EIC) and the Pathfinder Challenge 'Awareness Inside' to investigate how robots can develop new tools in the same way our distant ancestors did.