ORNL teams with Los Alamos, EPB to demonstrate next-generation grid security tech
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ORNL teams with Los Alamos, EPB to demonstrate next-generation grid security tech

A team of researchers from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge and Los Alamos National Laboratories has partnered with EPB, a Chattanooga utility and telecommunications company, to demonstrate…

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‘Air traffic control’ for driverless cars could speed up deployment
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‘Air traffic control’ for driverless cars could speed up deployment

Combining human and artificial intelligence in autonomous vehicles could push driverless cars more quickly toward wide-scale adoption, University of Michigan researchers say. That’s the goal of a new…

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MIT Researchers Introduce an AI System for ‘De-Biasing’ Algorithms
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MIT Researchers Introduce an AI System for ‘De-Biasing’ Algorithms

Given the reach and pervasiveness of algorithms in our daily lives, fairness and equal treatment becomes of crucial importance – a fact which became very salient to many…

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Sapporo Medical University and Fujitsu in Joint R&D for Diabetes Treatment that Uses AI-based Machine Learning
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Sapporo Medical University and Fujitsu in Joint R&D for Diabetes Treatment that Uses AI-based Machine Learning

Sapporo Medical University, Fujitsu Limited, and Fujitsu Hokuriku Systems Limited today announced that this month they will begin development of an AI machine learning model to optimize prescription…

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Neurotechnology’s Palm Print Recognition Algorithm Tops Test At FVC-onGoing
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Neurotechnology’s Palm Print Recognition Algorithm Tops Test At FVC-onGoing

The palm print matching engine of MegaMatcher SDK is most accurate overall and fastest among the five most accurate matchers. Image credit: Neurotechnology Vilnius, Lithuania – February 12,…

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TOP 5 trends for lab digitization and automation in 2019
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TOP 5 trends for lab digitization and automation in 2019

In a fast-paced environment, the pressure for innovation and efficiency is leading to laboratory digitization and automation as significant tools of lab practices. Currently, in Industry 4.0 (known…

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New design improves firefighting robots, increases maneuverability
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New design improves firefighting robots, increases maneuverability

Purdue University researchers developed a new design technology to improve firefighting robots and equip them with an automatic T-valve system. Purdue researchers created a new design to improve…

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Materials Testing Streamlined Thanks to System Based on Artificial Neural Networks
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Materials Testing Streamlined Thanks to System Based on Artificial Neural Networks

In efforts to reduce the cost and time demands of testing and optimising advanced composite materials, researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering have devised a machine…

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Modeling—Mapping Arctic vegetation
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Going deep: LLNL employees get an introduction to world of machine learning, neural networks
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Going deep: LLNL employees get an introduction to world of machine learning, neural networks

Deep learning is one of the most popular and widely used machine learning methods due to its success with autonomous vehicles, speech recognition and image classification, to name…

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The AI & Big Data Expo lands in the UK this April
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The AI & Big Data Expo lands in the UK this April

The first of the three-part World Series, 2019’s AI Big Data Expo is set to take place between the 25-26th of April and hosted at the prestigious Olympia…

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Researchers developed an intelligent system for lung cancer diagnostics
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Researchers developed an intelligent system for lung cancer diagnostics

Researches from Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU), Russian Academic Excellence Initiative participant, in collaboration with the radiologists from St.Petersburg Clinical Research for Specialized Types of Medical…

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Global A. I. Competition
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Global A. I. Competition

There are millions of stray, homeless animals across the world, immensely suffering from starvation, diseases, abuses and accidents, and most would never experience love and care during their…

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ORNL Adds Powerful AI Appliances to Computing Portfolio
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ORNL Adds Powerful AI Appliances to Computing Portfolio

NVIDIA DGX-2s offer expanded opportunities in AI and data-intensive research As home to three top-ranked supercomputers of the last decade, the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge…

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Could AI improve patient care in the NHS?
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Could AI improve patient care in the NHS?

This is according to researchers from Cardiff University who have provided compelling evidence showing the benefits that state-of-the-art techniques can bring to risk assessments in patients. In a…

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How Artificial Intelligence has Helped Robocall Technology Evolve
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How Artificial Intelligence has Helped Robocall Technology Evolve

Back in the day — you know, when your phone was connected to the wall with a short cord — companies interested in growing their business would hire…

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Upcoming IoT Trend: Convergence with other Technologies in 2019
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Upcoming IoT Trend: Convergence with other Technologies in 2019

There is a buzz of some prominent technologies which are exciting the companies as well as are expected to show further bloom in the coming year. Despite many…

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Modeling terrorist behavior with Sandia social-cultural assessments
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Modeling terrorist behavior with Sandia social-cultural assessments

Part of what makes terrorists so frightening is their penchant for unpredictable, indiscriminate violence. One day they could attack a global financial center. And the next they could…

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One year into the mission, autonomous ocean robots set a record in survey of Antarctic ice shelf
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One year into the mission, autonomous ocean robots set a record in survey of Antarctic ice shelf

A team of ocean robots deployed in January 2018 have, over the past year, been the first self-guided ocean robots to successfully travel under an ice sheet and…

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Machine Learning: the future of smart apps is already here
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Machine Learning: the future of smart apps is already here

In the past years, there has been a staggering surge of interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) applied to everything from achieving greater operational excellence, bettering customer experience and…

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New analytics platform to help future-proof farms
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New analytics platform to help future-proof farms

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO and rural technology start-up Digital Agriculture Services (DAS) today launched an innovative new platform that combines artificial intelligence, machine learning and cloud-based geospatial…

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AI can dramatically cut time needed to process abnormal chest X-rays
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AI can dramatically cut time needed to process abnormal chest X-rays

New research has found that a novel Artificial Intelligence (AI) system can dramatically reduce the time needed to ensure that abnormal chest X-rays with critical findings will receive…

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‘Ambidextrous’ robots could dramatically speed e-commerce
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‘Ambidextrous’ robots could dramatically speed e-commerce

In 2018, Amazon had a record-breaking holiday season, with more items ordered worldwide than ever before. It wasn’t alone. As e-commerce continues to grow, companies like Alibaba, Amazon…

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Machine learning could reduce testing, improve treatment for intensive care patients
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Machine learning could reduce testing, improve treatment for intensive care patients

Doctors in intensive care units face a continual dilemma: Every blood test they order could yield critical information, but also adds costs and risks for patients. To address…

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Scientists thought of a way to make more affordable walking robots
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Scientists thought of a way to make more affordable walking robots

We‘ve been promised robot assistants long time ago. These electronic butlers are going to be in every house making sandwiches on demand. Of course, walking robots will be…

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Scientists cannot measure AI’s ability to learn and perform new tasks
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Scientists cannot measure AI’s ability to learn and perform new tasks

By now we know that Artificial intelligence is the future. Many businesses are investing heavily into AI technology and scientists are making a lot of progress. However, how…

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AI approach outperformed human experts in identifying cervical precancer
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AI approach outperformed human experts in identifying cervical precancer

Algorithm could revolutionize cervical cancer screening, especially in low-resource settings. A research team led by investigators from the National Institutes of Health and Global Good has developed a…

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Making AI accountable easier said than done, says expert
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Making AI accountable easier said than done, says expert

If you had to program a self-driving car, which option would you choose if only two were available: hit a pedestrian who suddenly appears in front of the…

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Eyes in the Sky
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Eyes in the Sky

We love our bad-boy (and -girl) artificial intelligences — think Skynet or Hal 9000 — pushing people and societies to the brink of ruin, and telling a good…

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PNNL tech serves as fish body double
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PNNL tech serves as fish body double

Hundreds of surrogate “fish” will be put to work at dams around the world through an agreement between ATS – Advanced Telemetry Systems – and the Department of…

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Rubedos introduces 3D visual perception system for robot applications
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Rubedos introduces 3D visual perception system for robot applications

New VIPER system equips robots with eyes and brain. Addressing the technological needs for next generation industrial and service robots, Rubedos today introduced its new 3D visual perception…

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New SentiVeillance 7.0 SDK and SentiVeillance Server Video Analytics for Cameras and Video Management Systems
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New SentiVeillance 7.0 SDK and SentiVeillance Server Video Analytics for Cameras and Video Management Systems

SentiVeillance includes algorithms for face recognition, vehicle-human classification and tracking, and automatic license plate recognition. Neurotechnology, a provider of deep-learning-based solutions and high-precision biometric identification and object recognition…

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Quantum computing steps further ahead with new projects at Sandia
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Quantum computing steps further ahead with new projects at Sandia

Quantum computing is a term that periodically flashes across the media sky like heat lightning in the desert: brilliant, attention-getting and then vanishing from the public’s mind with…

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Glimpse of the future as robotics meets ultrasound
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Glimpse of the future as robotics meets ultrasound

From contactless medical procedures to underground robots detecting pipe damage, the new Universities and Science Minister Chris Skidmore has seen first-hand how futuristic university research could help to…

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Travel’s Fastest Growing Brands Meet Silicon Valley at Analytics and AI North America
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Travel’s Fastest Growing Brands Meet Silicon Valley at Analytics and AI North America

Loyalty is diminishing by the second. The travel customer of today is overloaded with endless choices and combinations for a travel itinerary and for travel companies, brand erosion…

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New Neurotechnology MegaMatcher 11 Multi-Biometric Product Line Includes Major Enhancements
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New Neurotechnology MegaMatcher 11 Multi-Biometric Product Line Includes Major Enhancements

The MegaMatcher 11 line of biometric on-premise and cloud solutions and SDKs includes significant multimodal biometric algorithm enhancements and NIST-proven accuracy, speed and interoperability. Neurotechnology, a provider of…

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Toyota Research Institute Rolls-out P4 Automated Driving Test Vehicle at CES
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Toyota Research Institute Rolls-out P4 Automated Driving Test Vehicle at CES

The Lexus LS 500h based vehicle joins automated test fleet in spring. Toyota Guardian and Chauffeur Automated System development accelerates, Next week, the bright lights of Las Vegas…

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New Robot Can Sense Plankton Optically and Acoustically
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New Robot Can Sense Plankton Optically and Acoustically

Oceanographers and engineers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego collaborated to modify a common physical oceanography instrument to be able to image…

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From math to meaning: Artificial intelligence blends algorithms and applications
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From math to meaning: Artificial intelligence blends algorithms and applications

But these applications are just the beginning. Through advances in computer science, researchers are creating new capabilities that have the potential to improve our lives in ways we…

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Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease in Brain Scans Six Years Before a Diagnosis
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Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease in Brain Scans Six Years Before a Diagnosis

Using a common type of brain scan, researchers programmed a machine-learning algorithm to diagnose early-stage Alzheimer’s disease about six years before a clinical diagnosis is made – potentially…

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