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Intelligent contracting: legal aspects of the precontractual use of artificial intelligence KU Leuven
The precontractual use of artificial intelligence (AI) systems is on the rise. Parties increasingly often use such systems as a source of information, or they delegate the negotiation and formation of the contract to AI systems. Alternatively, they may leave it to the AI system to determine certain elements of their agreement, to avoid having to determine them themselves. This is highly problematic, as the application of the legal regime to ...
The KU Leuven Institute for Artificial Intelligence (Leuven.AI): an interdisciplinary collaboration regarding artificial intelligence. KU Leuven
The mission of Leuven.AI is to
1) Unite AI and its renowned AI experts at KU Leuven in an interdisciplinary centre of excellence.
2) Foster AI research by providing a forum for exchanging ideas and for initiating projects and collaborations on AI.
3) Foster AI education by offering courses and contributing to education programmes.
4) Offer expertise on all aspects of AI, including on the possibilities and limitations ...
Using behavioural Artificial Intelligence against cyber industrial attacks (GAICIA) HOWEST University of Applied Sciences
Artificial Intelligence Data Analysis KU Leuven
AIDA brings a transformational innovation to the analysis of heliophysics data in four steps.
First, AIDA will develop a new open source software called AIDApp written in Python (a free language) and capable of
collecting, combining and correlating data from different space missions. AIDApp wants to replace mission-specific tools
written for costly languages (such as IDL) that exclude many scientists, students and amateur space ...
PRIMORDIAL – An artificial intelligence (AI) driven prediction model to detect risk factors for medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaws. KU Leuven
Bone health equilibrium can be altered by disease and the use of
medication. Antiresorptive drugs are frequently used and highly
effective to prevent bone metastasis in patients with cancer. Yet,
their use is associated with the occurrence of medication-related
osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ), a potentially debilitating side
effect characterized by exposed necrotic bone in the oral cavity,
infection, and pain ...
Artificial Intelligence for Sub-THz Cognitive Radio and Walsh signal processing for RF signal conditioning KU Leuven
The future of wireless communications will go beyond connecting people or things to connecting smart robots or unmanned vehicles without human intervention. Only sub-THz frequencies can offer the spectrum to achieve unprecedented communication throughput. Yet current technologies suffer from barriers that prevent mass-market operations, such as high cost, limited bandwidth or power-hungry hardware not compatible with autonomous systems. ...
Neural-symbolic artificial intelligence for real-world settings KU Leuven
The Relevance of Phenomenological Reflections on Consciousness for the Development of ‘Strong’ Artificial Intelligence KU Leuven
The Ph.D. dissertation will build on research undertaken in my Master of Arts thesis (which was entitled 'A Phenomenological Investigation of Artificial Intelligence'). The Ph.D. will be differentiated from the Masters, building on its initial chapters, but expanding the initial study. The Master’s thesis took as its focus the question of what consciousness is – taking primarily into consideration Edmund Husserl’s notion of consciousness as ...