Szeged Uni starts 4-year AI project
The University of Szeged (170 km southeast of Budapest) has announced the start of a four-year project to examine the reliability of artificial intelligence models, according to portfolio.hu.
Supported with a HUF 1.2 billion grant from the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, the research will also focus on AI's safe and efficient use in telemedicine, smart cities, image processing, mobile robotics, and software update applications.
The project involves the school's Smart Systems Research Institute, established in 2018 to address application-specific software engineering and data processing tasks in areas such as public transport, healthcare, and geoinformatics.
The university's researchers have developed close ties with industry leaders such as Samsung, Intel, and ARM.
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