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Interview: Luc Steels

By | 2017-10-19T12:54:41+00:00 October 19th, 2017|Articles|

What is your academic background and how were you drawn into the field of Artificial Intelligence? I started actually studying languages and literature, without any awareness of computation at all: first at UFSIA in Antwerp and afterwards I was one of the first generation of UIA students, also in Antwerp. When I started there was [...]

The VIPER project: Visual Person Detection Made Reliable

By | 2017-10-19T12:57:35+00:00 September 28th, 2017|Announcements, Articles|

The VIPER project was a two-year Technology Transfer project, sponsored by Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and conducted by the research group EAVISE of KU Leuven, Campus De Nayer, in collaboration with a consortium of a dozen different companies. The goal of this project was to study reliable methods of detecting people in camera footage for [...]

What’s Hot: Machine Learning for the Quantified Self

By | 2017-10-19T12:58:45+00:00 September 25th, 2017|Articles|

Abstract Nowadays, an ever increasing number of sensors surround us that collect information about our behavior and activities. Devices that embed these sensors include smartphones, smartwatches, and other types of personal devices we wear or carry with us. Machine learning techniques are an obvious choice to identifying useful patterns from this rich source of data. [...]

Event report: Benelearn 2017

By | 2017-09-15T13:18:11+00:00 September 15th, 2017|Event reports|

Under a beautiful Dutch Summer sun, the 26th annual machine learning conference of the Benelux (Benelearn 2017) was held in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on June 9 and 10. As always with Benelearn, the focal point was on the machine learning, data mining, and AI community of universities and research institutes located in Benelux member states. [...]

New book: “Network-Oriented Modeling” by Jan Treur

By | 2017-10-19T13:00:25+00:00 September 2nd, 2017|Articles|

During a sabbatical period in 2015 I decided to start working on a book on the Network-Oriented Modeling approach developed over the past years and which has turned out useful in modelling complex integrated individual and social human processes in the form of networks. The decision to spend a considerable amount of time on such [...]