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Artificial Intelligence

Discover our research on the human side of artificial intelligence. From chatbots and robots that provide support in education and health, to algorithms for various complex issues.


Researchers from various faculties and research institutes are working on interdisciplinary projects relating to Artificial Intelligence.

Prof. I. Molenaar (Inge)
Prof. W.F.G. Haselager (Pim)
Prof. T.M. Heskes (Tom)
Prof. M.A.J. van Gerven (Marcel)
Dr I.H.E. Hendrickx (Iris)
Dr W.A.J. Strik (Helmer)
Prof. A.P. de Vries (Arjen)
Prof. T. Bosse (Tibor)
Dr N.H.J. Oostdijk (Nelleke)
Dr H. van den Heuvel (Henk)
Prof. H.J. Kappen (Bert)
Prof. M.A. Larson (Martha)
Prof. D. Hiemstra (Djoerd)
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News about AI research


AiNed Fellowship Grant for research into cell films

Inge Wortel, Assistant Professor of Data Science, has been awarded an AiNed Fellowship Grant for a research project entitled ‘AI and Simulations for Decoding the Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Immune Responses’ at Radboud University in Nijmegen.

Mark de Kreij interviewed about Herculaneum papyri

The contents of charred papyrus scrolls from 79 AD were long thought lost. Thanks to AI, researchers have now managed to decipher a first word. Papyrologist Mark de Kreij was interviewed by NPO Radio 1 about this exciting breakthrough.

Portret Vera Blazevic en Roel Schouteten

Artificial intelligence: friend or foe?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is ‘hot’. What is AI and how will it affect us? We asked Vera Blazevic, associate professor in Marketing, and Roel Schouteten, associate professor in Strategic Human Resource Management.


Persoon met smartphone met chat-app open

Look Who’s Talking

Digital discussion partners such as chatbots can make complex topics more accessible. The Look Who’s Talking project will develop and test a new generation of chatbots that can engage in lengthy and interesting conversations.

Digitaal klaslokaal met leerlingen met computers en laptops

Hybrid Human-AI Regulation

This project focuses on the development of a ‘Hybrid Human-AI Regulation System’ (HHAIR system), which teaches 10- to 14-year-olds self-regulation skills. This will allow them to learn with support from adaptive or self-adaptive learning tools.

The Understanding Coach avatar prototype screengrab

The Understanding Coach

Patients with memory loss often need more support as their condition worsens. The Understanding Coach project is developing a compassionate AI-powered virtual human tool that is aimed at improving these patients’ quality of life.

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Radboud University's AI research focuses on the human side of artificial intelligence. In this video, Tibor Bosse and Pim Haselager talk about their unique views and distinct research.

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