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LAIWYERS: Law and AI: WaYs to Explore Robust Solutions

by M. Cole and Y. Le Traon

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is reaching out into all sectors and the law is no exception. Machine learning methods are being discussed as potential substitutes for human interaction or decision or at least for creating results on which human decisions are based.

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MCI-BIOME: Relationship between socioeconomic status and the gut microbiome as a risk of dementia

by A. Leist, P. Wilmes and R. Krüger

Dementia is one of the greatest scientific, medical and socioeconomic challenges of our times, as it affects more than 46 million people worldwide, with incidence numbers projected to double within the next 20 years.

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DSEWELL: Data Science and The Economics of WELLbeing

by C. d’Ambrosio and A. Tkatchenko

We propose to bring together machine learning approaches, physics-inspired descriptors, and the economics of wellbeing to address questions broadly related to predicting life satisfaction and health of individuals in a data-driven manner.

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Luxembourg Time Machine

by A. Fickers (Uni.lu), E. Schymanski (Uni.lu) and L. Pfister (LIST and Uni.lu)

There is hard evidence that global change is having severe and persistent impacts on environmental systems - eventually compromising socio-economic development in many regions of the world.

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CRIMTYP: Meet the Unknown: The Future of CRIMinal Forensic Genomics PhenoTYPing

Photo credit: Thierry Ehrmann - Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

by S. Allegrezza and P. May

Within the last 15 years DNA sequencing and, in particular, Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) or Massive Parallel Sequencing (MPS) have revolutionised human genetics research. It is now possible to sequence a complete human genome inexpensively and more efficiently.

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CAMEOS: CAncer Microbiome: Emergent Organisation and Stability across scales

by A. Sengupta and E. Letellier

Notwithstanding the recent run of breakthroughs in the realms of microbiomes and cancers–two complex systems on their own–much remains unknown at their interface: The Cancer Microbiome.

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W@W: Wellbeing @ Work

by L. Ratti, C. Vögele and A. Kornadt

Prior to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the debate on the future of work revolved around two concurrent narratives: the omnipresent automation of working environments and the emergence of new forms of work, facilitated by technology.

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EMULEG: The Governance of Monetary Policy: The EMU’s Legitimacy Conundrum

by J. Mendes and A-L. Högenauer

The role of European Central Bank (ECB) in monetary policy and in European Union (EU) law and politics has changed fundamentally in the past decade.

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TRANSCEND: TRansforming Autonomous Navigation, Swarm robotics and Construction by ENcoding Data into surfaces

by J. Lagerwall and H. Voos

With TRANSCEND we will create the foundation for an infrastructure that currently does not exist, yet is dearly needed to keep up with emerging trends in robotics and automation.

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IDAE: Integrative Data Analysis in Epilepsy

by A. Skupin, J. Klein and M. Esposito

Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder characterised by recurrent seizures and a rather heterogeneous clinical appearance with 30% of patients not responding to available drug treatments.

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