Machine Learning group news
Study presents large brain-like neural networks for AI
In a study that appears today in Nature Machine Intelligence*, CWI researchers Bojian Yin and Sander Bohté demonstrate a significant step towards artificial intelligence (AI) that can be used in local devices …
Learning better from data: Rianne de Heide wins prestigious award for her dissertation
How can humans and computers learn from data? In her dissertation Rianne de Heide describes some of these problems and introduces a new way of hypothesis testing. For this she received the …
Veni grant for Alexander Ly
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) awarded a Veni grant to Alexander Ly, who will start working at CWI in the run of 2022. Ly received the grant for his proposal “Increasing Scientific …
New statistical method brings studies together at an early stage
To be able to combine global research, PhD student Judith ter Schure of CWI's Machine Learning group developed a new kind of statistics: ALL-IN meta-analysis.
Energy-efficient AI detects heart defects
Mathematical breakthrough by CWI allows neuromorphic chip to recognise heart defects, speech and hand gestures up to a thousand times more energy efficient. Such low-energy AI chips are ideal for wearable and …
Breakthrough in energy efficient artificial intelligence
Thanks to a mathematical breakthrough, AI applications can become a hundred to a thousand times more energy efficient. This will make it possible to put much more elaborate AI in chips, enabling …
Better statistics leads to better research
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CWI launches first podcast ‘Superscience’
Together with IT professional magazine AG Connect, CWI presents a podcast series in honour of its 75th anniversary: Superscience. In the first episode: Sander Bohté.