7 December 2022

IDEAS NCBR signed the understanding on cooperation with Department of Computer, Control and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti (DIAG) of Sapienza University of Rome. DIAG is one of the leading Italian faculties in such areas as AI, algorithmics, robotics, and security.

DIAG is the fourth centre IDEAS NCBR has signed the MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with this year. So far, the declaration of cooperation with the Warsaw research and development centre was signed by CVC in Barcelona, the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Robotics at the National Taiwan University, and Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica in Amsterdam.


23 November 2022

Is it worth seeking out authorities in the world of science? Is it possible to find the perfect research problem – one equally interesting and connected with the actual challenge? Answers to these and many other questions may be found in interview with Professor Piotr Sankowski, the President of IDEAS NCBR. Enjoy the reading!

4 October 2022

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), the national research center for mathematics and computer science in The Netherlands and IDEAS NCBR, the Polish centre of innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Economy have signed a Memorandum of Understanding. With this MoU the institutes agree to make joint effort to promote scientific research and talent development, specifically in the field of computer science.

13 September 2022

With the advent of processors and the progress of data science (particularly computer vision and machine learning techniques), non-human actors have been trained to compete and, in an increasing number of cases, win against their homo sapiens counterparts. The benefits of creating AI players are not just about designing a bot that might invent new gaming strategies or be a fun opponent to play against. On the contrary, training such models gives us deep insights into the modern science of algorithms

21 June 2022

The IDEAS NCBR’s working group that will deal with research in the field of computer vision will be headed by habilitated doctor engineer Tomasz Trzciński, professor at the Warsaw University of Technology and at the Jagiellonian University. The research agenda of the group will focus on issues related to the effectiveness of artificial intelligence models both in the context of the accuracy and pace of computations, as well as resources necessary for their operation.

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