Artificial Intelligence and User acceptance

Artificial Intelligence and User acceptance

By Ilaria Baroni – Cefriel Artificial Intelligence is more and more present in everyday applications and services, and the end-users are getting acquainted with it. Cefriel is involved in research studies related to the user acceptance of such technologies, to...
Hunt for river dragon(flie)s

Hunt for river dragon(flie)s

Dragonflies are often conspicuous animals but some are not easy to find. The river clubtail (Stylurus flavipes) is an example of the latter. This species lives in the sand on the bottom of large rivers as a larva and the adults wander around in large areas near the...
Increasing diversity and accessibility in CS

Increasing diversity and accessibility in CS

On average, citizen science projects are not very diverse in terms of demographics. The main domains in which the demographics of the participants are skewed are age, educational background, gender, race, cultural background, and (dis)ability – the “average”...
Fewer moths because of light pollution

Fewer moths because of light pollution

By Roy van Grunsven – DBC Light pollution is well known to affect individual moths. To what extent this also has a negative impact on moth populations was unknown. Insects can lay a lot of eggs and food availability and larval survival may determine population...