consortium led by Erasmus University Rotterdam receives prestigious 2 million euro grant

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A consortium led by Erasmus university, consisting of 26 organizations, is receiving a grant of over EUR 2 million from the Netherlands Research Council (NWO). Professor Klaus Heine and professor Evert Stamhuis from the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Digital Governance are co-applicants. The consortium further includes Dutch scientific institutes, government agencies, the private sector and an international cooperation partner.

The consortium, under the name AI-MAPS (Artificial Intelligence for Multi-Agency Public Safety Issues), aims to safeguard human and public values and thus develop confidence in the possibilities that artificial intelligence (AI) can offer in protecting public safety. This is done by combining the knowledge, expertise and data of all the parties.

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