The TU/e will have a brand new Institute for Artificial Intelligence from September.
TU/e is allocating €100 million for artificial intelligence (AI). Fifty scientists are also being recruited.
With the introduction of the Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute, education and research in this field should become better known. This is true for students, researchers, the business community, and donors from Europe, reports Cursor, the University’s online magazine.
According to the TU/e, AI is becoming increasingly relevant and promising. AI is about software and machines solving problems independently, without human interference. It is relevant to future developments in areas such as autonomous driving and care robots.
The new institute will be given a place on the university campus. Details about the precise content and shape of the knowledge centre will be announced in the coming months.
Editor: Melinda Walraven