Artificial Intelligence

  1. AI Robotics
When you hear the term “killer robots,” there’s a good chance you think about The Terminator or I, Robot, or some other dramatic interpretation of the concept. But despite the fact that Hollywood loves to cast killer robots as a far-fetched technology that only exists in a dystopian future, autonomous weapons already exist in the real world — and they’re rapidly becoming more common in battlefields across the globe.
  1. AI Research
Social rewards such as praise are known to enhance various stages of the learning process. Now, researchers from Japan have found that praise delivered by artificial beings such as robots and virtual graphics-based agents can have effects similar to praise delivered by humans, with important practical applications as social services such as education increasingly move […]
  1. Artificial Intelligence
A team of scientists and students from the University of Sheffield has designed and built a specialist microscope, and shared the build instructions to help make this equipment available to many labs across the world. The microscope, called the smfBox, is capable of single-molecule measurements allowing scientists to look at one molecule at a time […]
  1. Tech
PS isn’t waterproof. The navigation system depends on radio waves, which break down rapidly in liquids, including seawater. To track undersea objects like drones or whales, researchers rely on acoustic signaling. But devices that generate and send sound usually require batteries — bulky, short-lived batteries that need regular changing. Could we do without them? MIT […]
  1. Artificial Intelligence
Asymptomatic people who are infected with Covid-19 exhibit, by definition, no discernible physical symptoms of the disease. They are thus less likely to seek out testing for the virus, and could unknowingly spread the infection to others. But it seems those who are asymptomatic may not be entirely free of changes wrought by the virus. […]
  1. Artificial Intelligence
An innovative new animal-borne data collection system has been developed by a research team from Osaka University that, driven by artificial intelligence ( AI), has led to the witnessing of previously unreported foraging behaviours in seabirds. Bio-logging is a process that requires mounting on the bodies of wild animals small lightweight video cameras and/or other […]
  1. Artificial Intelligence
In order to have inclusive and global AI, we need to engage new voices, cultures, and ideas. Traditionally, the dominant discourse of AI is rooted in Western hubs like Silicon Valley and continental Europe. However, AI-for-good projects are often deployed in other geographical areas and target populations in developing countries.
  1. Ideas
Now researchers at Caltech have introduced a new deep-learning technique for solving PDEs that is dramatically more accurate than deep-learning methods developed previously. It’s also much more generalizable, capable of solving entire families of PDEs—such as the Navier-Stokes equation for any type of fluid—without needing retraining.

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Google today revealed Google Maps updates aimed at warning users of pandemic-related threats. Soon, maps will display all-time COVID-19 cases identified in an area, along with fast links from local authorities to resources. Google will also start to demonstrate how bus, train, and subway lines are crowded in more locations across the globe. Maps also […]
Today, $60 million was raised by Hover, a startup creating AI-powered apps that build 3D models of homes from smartphone images. The 200-employee firm says the proceeds will be used as Hover expands its product offerings to strengthen established partnerships with insurance companies.  6.26% of insured homes experienced a claim in 2017, compared to just […]

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Google today revealed Google Maps updates aimed at warning users of pandemic-related threats. Soon, maps will display all-time COVID-19 cases identified in an area, along with fast links from local authorities to resources. Google will also start to demonstrate how bus, train, and subway lines are crowded in more locations across the globe. Maps also […]
Today, $60 million was raised by Hover, a startup creating AI-powered apps that build 3D models of homes from smartphone images. The 200-employee firm says the proceeds will be used as Hover expands its product offerings to strengthen established partnerships with insurance companies.  6.26% of insured homes experienced a claim in 2017, compared to just […]
Motional, the joint autonomous driving alliance between Aptiv and Hyundai, announced today that the state of Nevada has obtained permission to test its autonomous vehicles without a driver behind the wheel. The firm claims this is part of the completion of a phase of self-imposed testing and evaluation.  In the U.S., relatively few businesses have […]

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WHEN SARTRE SAID hell is other people, he wasn’t living through 2020. Right now, other people are the only thing between us and species collapse. Not just the people we occasionally encounter behind fugly masks—but the experts and innovators out in the world, leading the way. The 17-year-old hacker building his own coronavirus tracker. The […]
13 September marks six months since the first coronavirus announced in Ethiopia.In the half-year since then, reported cases are close to 64 Thousend, with more than 996 deaths. At the onset, COVID-19 mainly affected the capital city. However, the virus is now moving from high-density urban areas to informal settlements and then onward to rural […]
Present international artificial intelligence (AI) inventory and progression in self-driving vehicle research and development Complementary subjects in technology are also artificial intelligence ( AI) and self-driving vehicles. In brief, without someone involved, you just can’t debate one. While AI has been rapidly applied in different areas, a new hot topic has been the way you […]

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