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UvA’s Systems and Networking Lab Divides to Grow
Critically Assessing AI Tools and Cultural Data for Digital Humanities Applications
An increasing number of our rich cultural heritage are available in digital formats. Humanities scholars have therefore added AI and other computational techniques to their research methods. In her PhD thesis, Myriam Traub explores sources of bias in data and tools used by humanities scholars.
Peter Bosman (CWI) Awarded €1mn NWO Open Technology Programme Grant
Peter Bosman’s project proposal DAEDALUS (Distributed and Automated Evolutionary Deep Architecture Learning with Unprecedented Scalability) has been accepted by NWO TTW through its Open Technology Programme.
Thomas Kipf Awarded Doctorate Cum Laude and Online
UvA PhD student Thomas Kipf received his PhD cum laude after the first ever PhD defence in the Amsterdam Data Science community to take place entirely online.
New Research Master in Business Data Science
The Business Data Science Research Master programme has just been launched for students who have the ambition of pursuing a PhD in business at one of the business and economics schools at Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The new research master starts September 2020.
ADS Webinar | Making AI Fair in Practice: A Practitioner’s Perspective
Jeroen Silvis, lead data scientist at the City of Amsterdam gave his perspective on making AI fair in practice.