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  • Match Good Veurein

    Students deliver benefits to the city

    14-10-2019

    Local tv program Good Veurein made an episode about the benefits that students bring to Maastricht. Featuring Serve the City Maastricht, Match Maastricht, Jongeren & StudentenBuurtbemiddeling Maastricht and alderman Bert Jongen.

  • UM team wins 'Best Biologists of the Netherlands 2019'
  • The Digital Ludeme Project on BNR Nieuwsradio

    The Digital Ludeme Project on BNR Nieuwsradio

    02-10-2019

    BNR Nieuwsradio’s show 'Wetenschap Vandaag' (‘Science Today’) spoke with Dr. Cameron Browne. (Report in Dutch)

  • AI generates logos from whole cloth

    AI generates logos from whole cloth

    24-09-2019

    Cedric Oeldorf’s MSc thesis resulted in LoGAN v2: an AI that creates high-quality logos. Tech website Venturebeat discussed the preprint. (Article in English.)

  • teun dekker

    Teun Dekker interviewed by The Times

    22-09-2019

    Full article behind paywall

    Even as the UK braces for Brexit, open-minded students are turning to Europe for a high-quality degree - without £50,000 of debt. The Times journalist Senay Boztas meets the brigade of British undergraduates studying at Maastricht.

  • Chatbot DKE

    #MeTooMaastricht chatbot in the news

    11-09-2019

    Together with Dr. Jerry Spanakis, five DKE master’s students built a chatbot that helps victims of sexual harrassment. UK-based online tech magazine The Register discussed their preprint. (Article in English)

  • KI als Schulfach

    Essay on the position of AI in Europe

    23-08-2019

    Prof. Gerhard Weiss wrote an essay for the Sueddeutsche Zeitung: ‘KI als Schulfach’. What can policy makers and businesses do to ensure Europe stays competitive in the field of Artificial Intelligence? (Essay in German)

  • DKE - Ancient games and Artificial Intelligence

    Machine learning is about to revolutionize the study of ancient games

    20-06-2019

    MIT Technology Review discusses the Digital Ludeme Project and the founding of a new research field combining AI and the study of ancient games.

  • Stefan Hild appointed professor of Gravitational Research; UM joins Nikhef

    25-02-2019

    Maastricht University (UM) has appointed Prof. dr. Stefan Hild as professor of Gravitational Research. The move paves the way for UM to become a full member of the National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef).

     

  • infinitygames

    Onderzoek naar kunst verpakt in computerspel The Infinity Games

    16-01-2019

    Regional newspaper De Limburger talks about The Infinity Games, a collaboration between DKE researchers and an artist exploring whether computers can create ‘beautiful’ art (article in Dutch).

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