Big data and artificial intelligence
The emergence of big data and artificial intelligence creates new economic and social opportunities, but also entails risks in the areas of privacy, ethics, a level playing field, democratic control, autonomy and security. Researchers from Utrecht University examine this issue from different angles.
Discriminated by an algorithm
Algorithms divide us into boxes, which affects our fundamental rights.
Can a robot understand emotions?
Robots are becoming more and more humanlike. But are they able to understand human emotions?
Should robots have rights?
We can all agree that robots are not human. But what distinguishes us from ‘them’?
Opening of National Police Lab AI at Utrecht University
Police and scientists have started a long-term collaboration in the field of artificial intelligence (AI).
Our experts - Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
Algorithms & fundamental rights
Social media, smart city, e-government & public innovation
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Competition law & regulation of large tech companies
Intellectual property rights, algorithms in fake news & rights for robots
Accountability of Internet service providers, copyright & privacy and data protection
Intellectual property rights & privacy law and the protection of personal data
Our experts - Faculty of Humanities
Social media & network analysis and algorithms
Big data, data ethics, algorithms & debates on technology and society
Artificial intelligence and responsibility, ethics & self-driving cars
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"Deep learning" techniques & artificial intelligence and human language
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Our experts - Faculty of Science
Autonomy, social intelligence & responsibility of computer systems
Big data, data mining & privacy
Big data in molecular life sciences research
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