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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.

  • First two TEFAF Fellowships awarded

    24-05-2019

    This year, for the first time, two TEFAF Fellowships are awarded to PhD students from GROW (School for Oncology & Developmental Biology). Femke Ehlers and Nicky Beelen will have the opportunity to perform part of their research in the renowned lab of the TEFAF Honorary Chair, Professor Dr. Lisa Coussens at Oregon Health and Science Knight Cancer Center.

  • 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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