Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory Program

The National Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence (MILAB) aims to strengthen Hungary’s role in the field of AI. The European Union is making significant efforts to catch up with the development capabilities of the USA and China. The domestic research of artificial intelligence in Hungary is currently characterized by fragmentation, competition, and isolation. There is no unified AI umbrella over the large-scale, application-specific programs. Several universities and research institutions have good relations with business applicators, but societal innovation is also necessary for the acceptance of technological innovation.
2022.03.01 - 2025.06.30
Rényi: HUF

Development of a Real-Time, Autonomous Energy Information and Production Management System

December 7, 2021 - Project Launch Press Release The energy industry has undergone significant changes over the past decade. The main drivers of these changes have been the strengthening of climate awareness, the importance of energy supply security, and the intertwining and connecting development of information technology across industries. The world of energy production is gradually shifting from traditional, centralized, large energy production systems towards decentralized production and distribution. Renewable-based power plants, largely weather-dependent (typically wind and solar power plants), are increasingly present in the world’s energy mix.
2021.10.01 - 2024.09.30
Total: 401.021.730 HUF

Mathematical Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has long been one of the big promises of computer science, and related research has fundamentally shaped our thinking about the human-machine relationship. For decades, AI has failed to fulfil its promise of solving practical challenges. This is changing now. As the past ten years have given rise to radical changes and major breakthroughs making AI the major solution in many situations. Machine learning is a set of mathematical techniques which powers most current-generation artificial intelligence systems, notably self-driving cars, intelligent assistants, speech recognition and machine translation software.
2018.09.01 - 2021.08.31
Total: 990 274 516 HUF