An algorithm is an effective method that can be expressed within a finite amount of space and time and in a well-defined formal language for calculating a function.


No, the photo above is not a new photo of a black hole. It is the Amazon Echo Dot in the 'do not listen' mode.


Where are we currently in the GammaSense project? In what ways can we measure radiation? And the results of an online survey.


What is the effect of algorithms on our society? Intern Mark van Koningsveld did research with Tinder chatbots that put users in a box.


Tomo Kihara graduated on the use of 'smart' security cameras in the city. He developed a game that makes us aware of all that supervision.


An overview of fragments, with a short description, as chosen by Marleen Stikker for the third episode of VPRO Zomergasten of 2018.


What kind of prototype for an open healthcare solution can you develop in eight weeks? We look back at the projects of the first series MakeHealth Prototyping.


When should we really be speaking about 'Digital Social Innovation' (DSI)? And what falls outside the realms of DSI?


The Tada manifest forms the foundation of the new digital policy of the City of Amsterdam. Waag was one of the initiators and contributors.


The first online platform to let children build their own sensors, Smart Kids Lab, is now also available in English. In this way children, at home or school, can learn in a playful way to measure their surroundings.


Tada! Data. They are a promise for life in the city. With data we can tackle major problems.


The Boss On The Internet is a new free lesson plan that teaches children to think critically about internet, big data and privacy.


In Singapore, an experiment has started to measure air pollution by analyzing photos with artificial intelligence.