VU Researchers Receive eScience Award on Many-Core Programming
A Methodology and Ecosystem for Many-Core Programming
Henri Bal, Jaap Heringa, Sanne Abeln (VU, Computer Science) and Piek Vossen (Faculty of Humanities) have obtained a 500 K Euro Disruptive Technologies research grant from the Netherlands eScience Center for research on a new methodology for programming many-core accelerators. The project will extend this methodology (developed during Pieter Hijma’s PhD research) and apply it to Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing.
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The Dutch Applied AI Award is one of the awards presented during the annual Computable Awards. Since 2020 the Centre of Expertise Applied AI together with Computable and the podcast De Dataloog reward an innovative initiative in the field of applied Artificial Intelligence.
The Digital Interactions Lab. Our research bridges the gap between the technology-oriented and market-led formulation of the smart agenda with a sociological and psychological understanding of what people need artificial intelligence to be, and how data science might enhance our societies. This is a research group within the Informatics Institute at the University of Amsterdam.
The University of Applied Sciences has opened applications for its new Master Applied AI per April 1st 2022. This Dutch, 1-year Master’s programme allows students to understand, design, develop and implement AI. For the study year of 2022-2023 there will be place for 30 students.