SIDN Funding Call Opens 01 February: Responsible AI
SIDN (A Strong Internet for All) Funding Call Opens 01 February. Theme: Responsible AI
The next call opens on February 1 and closes on March 12, 2018, 1:00 pm (call 1 2018). Call 2 opens in the summer with deadline in September.
Yearly theme 2018: Responsible AI
The annual theme for 2018 is Responsible AI: the use of artificial intelligence that does not lose sight of the human dimension and leads to a positive social impact.
Innovative internet projects
Do you have an idea or a project in the field of Responsible AI or that contributes to our objectives? Convince us! Twice a year (spring and autumn call) you can submit an application. We offer two application options:
Only for applications within the theme Responisble AI
Focused on the elaboration of a good idea, max € 10,000, –
Request by person or organization
Both for applications within the Responsible AI theme and for applications that are in line with our objectives
Further development / upscaling of a proven concept, max € 75,000, –
Applications by organizations
Read more about the application process
Are you as a researcher affiliated with a knowledge institution (university or HBO) or do you want to set up a research together with a knowledge institution with focus on our annual theme Responsible AI? Call 2 of 2018 (which opens in the summer with deadline in September) is open for applications for scientific research.
For more information please see HERE
The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) and Data Science Center (DSC) of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) are joining forces in a new joint fellowship for (teams of) researchers interested in exploring the intersection of data science and other disciplines. The first fellow of the new program, Dr. Davide Ceolin, will start his fellowship at the IAS on June 17. Ceolin is currently affiliated with CWI.
Nanda Piersma, lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences (AUAS), has been appointed as a crown member of the Social and Economic Counsil (SER). This is the first time that a lecturer has been appointed as member of the SER. Nanda Piersma was approached because of her expertise in the field of digitisation.