Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

How will artificial intelligence influence our lives? People and society need to be prepared. By communicating about their research on artificial intelligence, the Delft researchers aim to demonstrate its positive contribution to people and society, for example in such areas as mobility, health, and sustainability.

The Social Distancing Dashboard uses big data to visualise our ability to keep to the 1.5 metres COVID-19 rule. The Future Libraries Lab shows what innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence can mean for access to knowledge. Digitalising cultural heritage helps people understand works of art better. These and other similar research projects are presented to the general public and the media through websites, films and podcasts, social media and press releases, as well as through museum exhibitions and during Dutch Design Week. Professionals and computer scientists, European industry, and policymakers are also following these developments closely.

Rijksmuseum – Operation night watch to start at the Rijksmuseum
Social glass – Social distancing & the City
TUD Delft – Social Distancing Dashboard biedt routekaart voor stadsbewoners
Delft designlabs – Future libraries lab

Hans Suijkerbuijk, faculteitssecretaris

Other group members:
Achilleas Psyllidis, assistant professor
Alessandro Bozzon, hoogleraar
Willemijnk Elkhuizen, assistant professor
Gerd Kortuem, hoogleraar
Peter Lloyd, hoogleraar
Elisa Giaccardi, hoogleraar
Dave Murray-Rust, associate professor
Doris Aschenbrenner, assistant professor

Foto © Koen van Weel, 2020. AMSTERDAM – Onderzoekers bij de Nachtwacht in het Rijksmuseum. Het museum werkt samen met de TU Delft om een driedimensionale scan te kunnen maken.
Het Social Distancing Dashboard maakt stadsplattegronden die op straat- en wijkniveau laten zien of het mogelijk is om de afstand van 1,5 meter in de openbare ruimte na te leven.