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Software company Miro, which provides an online whiteboard platform for team collaboration, will dramatically expand its presence in Amsterdam, making the hub the largest of the company’s 11 locations worldwide and its co-headquarters.
The European Commission’s Digital Economy and Society Index 2021 placed The Netherlands fourth in Europe for digital competitiveness, on measures such as digital literacy and use of digital technologies.
Researchers in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Belgium and Germany discovered the possibility of using artificial intelligence (AI) to better assess whether rejection has occurred after kidney transplantation. The results were published by the renowned The Lancet medical journal.