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To regulate or not: a social dynamics analysis of the race for AI supremacy Tom Lenaerts has shared his work with the audience at this week’s Research Meeting. The project addresses the concept of ‘AI race’ and its social and normative impact that stem from the rapid advancements of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other intelligent...
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The AI Lab is proud to welcome the Cuban researchers Yailen Martinez Jimenéz and Jessica Coto Palacio in our institute and assist them in their research. They work together with Ann Nowé, the head of the Artificial Intelligence Lab, on the research titled ‘Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Tool for Job Shop Scheduling Problems’. The project focuses...
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At the last AI Lab’s weekly Research Meeting, VUB PhD student Elias Fernandez shared his team’s work with the audience. The study focuses on human behaviour in the context of collective endeavours characterized by uncertain, long-term, and non-linear returns. For instance, anthropogenic climate change, public health measures or even group hunting. 
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This year the AI Synergies Conference has attracted an unprecedented number of attendees from both the academia and the industry. The Artificial Intelligence Lab Brussels in conjunction with the ULB Machine Learning Group organized the summit with the purpose of bringing together experts from different sectors. AI Synergies combined a B2B conference with two academic conferences,...
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The past week we have welcomed Rocs Canoy, student of Prof. dr. Tias Guns from Data Analytics Lab, who shared his work on learning preferences for vehicle routing from historic solutions. The presentation elaborated on Canoy’s investigation on a decision support system for vehicle routing which prompts the routing engine to learn from the subjective...
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Research Meeting with Dan Stowell (Queen Mary University of London) We were more than happy to receive this week Dan Stowell, Senior Research Fellow at the Queen Mary University of London, to hear him present his exiting research about bird communication: “Machine learning to uncover structure in bird vocal communication” Abstract Animal communication is a...
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Members from the AI Lab (Prof. Bart Bogaerts) and DataLab (Prof. Tias Guns, Rocs Canoy), have in collaboration with Jens Claes (a former master student of Prof. Bart Bogaerts at KU Leuven) won the holy grail challenge 2019. For this challenge, they developed a tool that translates so-called logic grid puzzles from natural language into...
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