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DOCUMENT LAYOUT ANALYSIS Prof. Ann Dooms and Ph.D. student Tan Lu from the Digital Mathematics Research Group (DIMA) won the 1st prize on the document layout analysis contest at the ICDAR conference with the DSPH algorithm. There were 9 academic and 3 industrial participants from France, India, China, the Czech Republic, and Vietnam. Their method,...
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AI Synergies
(BNAIC 2019) This year we are proud to organise, together with the ULB, the Benelux Association for Artificial Intelligence (BNVKI) and Brewery of Ideas, the AI Synergies conference that will be held on 6-7-8 November. AI Synergies will be a combination of the 31st Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence (BNAIC 2019) and the Belgian-Dutch Conference...
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During last week’s research meeting, Denis Steckelmacher presented his research on Bootstrapped Dual Policy Iteration (BDPI). The PhD student explained his goals and how Sample-Efficient Reinforcement Learning will be employed in this process.
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Anna is a researcher of language evolution at the Centre for Cultural Evolution, Stockholm University, Sweden. Her research interests are related to several research areas at the VUB Lab, including Computational Construction Grammar, Emergent Communication and Language, and Computational Creativity.
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Axel Abels is currently completing a joint PhD programme facilitated by the VUB AI Lab and the ULB Machine Learning Group. We were happy to welcome him last week in the lecture room of the Artificial Intelligence Lab to hear him present his research on Collective decision-making. Collective decision-making occurs when a group pulls its...
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It represents the importance of lifelong learning in artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) can bring a considerable amount of value by facilitating intellectual tasks that are too difficult for humans by providing insight into systems that are too complex to understand. An interview with Johan Loeckx, professor and lab manager at the Artificial Intelligence Lab of the VUB – Vrije Universiteit Brussel. To reach the...
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On April 17th, AI Lab professor Luc Steels was interviewed for the “Bits & Atomen” podcast of Belgian newspaper De Standaard. Are smart machines also becoming creative? And how should we feel about this as humans? These and other questions are extensively discussed by Luc in the podcast. More info of the event
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technopolitics
On March 26th, AI Lab student Elías Fernández will give a presentation during the most recent edition of Technopolitics. He will show how scenarios of collective-risk and uncertainty like the anthropogenic influence in the climate change affect human behavior. More info on the Facebook event
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How can AI be creative? Find out at the AI, Creativity & Art event organized by VUB, ULB and Gluon on Thursday 21 March at 17h. Featured are three world-renowned speakers, art exhibitions and demos of the AI Lab. More info on the event
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“With Artificial Intelligence, we can improve our lives” AI 4 Belgium Coalition proposes AI strategy at the request of Alexander De Croo and Philippe De Backer More info on the event
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