Bosch Augmented Reality and ActiveSchematics speed up repair work
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Bosch Augmented Reality and ActiveSchematics speed up repair work

Augmented Reality applications support workshops concerning repairs on increasingly sophisticated vehicle technology. New ActiveSchematics software tool creates clear and vehicle-specific wiring diagrams for specific error pattern. Combining Augmented…

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Cryptographic protocol enables greater collaboration in drug discovery
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Cryptographic protocol enables greater collaboration in drug discovery

MIT researchers have developed a cryptographic system that could help neural networks identify promising drug candidates in massive pharmacological datasets, while keeping the data private. Secure computation done…

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Researchers Successfully Treat Metastatic Cancer Using an AI Algorithm
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Researchers Successfully Treat Metastatic Cancer Using an AI Algorithm

Using the CURATE.AI artificial intelligence (AI) platform, a research team led by the National University of Singapore (NUS) managed to halt the progression of advanced prostate cancer in…

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Robot tracks environmental DNA from fish on seabed
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Robot tracks environmental DNA from fish on seabed

At a depth of 15 metres, 5 km off the coast, a contraption most of all resembling a big oil barrel is currently collecting water samples every day.…

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What Factory Designs of the Future Mean for Manufacturers
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What Factory Designs of the Future Mean for Manufacturers

It feels like predicting the long-term influence and consequences of technological innovation is getting harder to do — especially for manufacturing companies that live and die according to…

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The ‘Claw Game’ on Mars: NASA InSight Plays to Win
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The ‘Claw Game’ on Mars: NASA InSight Plays to Win

If you’ve ever played the claw machine at an arcade, you know how hard it can be to maneuver the metal “hand” to pick up a prize. Imagine…

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Indoor climate controlled with mobile phones and artificial intelligence
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Indoor climate controlled with mobile phones and artificial intelligence

A study by DTU Civil Engineering shows that intelligent heating systems in buildings can be controlled with the use of data from mobile phones and can improve the indoor climate…

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SelfieBot: taking and printing photos with a smile and a Raspberry Pi
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SelfieBot: taking and printing photos with a smile and a Raspberry Pi

Does your camera giggle and smile as it takes your photo? Does your camera spit out your image from a thermal printer? No? Well, Sophy Wong’s SelfieBot does!…

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Machine learning provides new insights into cellular biology
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Machine learning provides new insights into cellular biology

In a new interdisciplinary study, a team of engineers led by The University of Texas at Austin have used machine learning technology in tandem with next-generation RNA sequencing…

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Mars Virtual Reality Software Wins NASA Award
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Mars Virtual Reality Software Wins NASA Award

A mixed-reality software that allows scientists and engineers to virtually walk on Mars recently received NASA’s 2018 Software of the Year Award. OnSight uses imagery from NASA’s Curiosity…

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Biotia to pilot AI and sequencing-based pathogen and drug resistance detection technology in Bumrungrad International Hospital
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Biotia to pilot AI and sequencing-based pathogen and drug resistance detection technology in Bumrungrad International Hospital

Bumrungrad International Hospital partners with Biotia, a health tech company based in New York City, to pilot artificial intelligence (AI), sequencing-based technology to revolutionize pathogen and drug resistance…

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AI tool automatically reveals how to write apps that drain less battery
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AI tool automatically reveals how to write apps that drain less battery

A new tool developed by Purdue researchers would automatically identify and expose ways to make app features more energy-efficient, saving battery life. Image credit: Purdue University/Kayla Wiles. To…

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AI tool automatically reveals how to write apps that drain less battery
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AI tool automatically reveals how to write apps that drain less battery

A new tool developed by Purdue researchers would automatically identify and expose ways to make app features more energy-efficient, saving battery life. Image credit: Purdue University/Kayla Wiles. To…

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How Is AI-as-a-Service (AIaaS) Changing the Way We Look at Data?
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How Is AI-as-a-Service (AIaaS) Changing the Way We Look at Data?

From self-driving cars to Apple’s Siri virtual assistant, artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the world. Now, AI-as-a-service (AIaaS) is bringing a new wave of data-driven innovations to businesses…

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Making fossils move to build better robots
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Making fossils move to build better robots

Traditional robots have a hard time navigating natural environments, such as a forest floor or a rocky surface. They’re usually designed to perform in a fixed location with…

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Model helps robots navigate more like humans do
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Model helps robots navigate more like humans do

When moving through a crowd to reach some end goal, humans can usually navigate the space safely without thinking too much. They can learn from the behavior of…

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Stanford students deploy machine learning to aid environmental monitoring
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Stanford students deploy machine learning to aid environmental monitoring

As Hurricane Florence ground its way through North Carolina, it released what might politely be called an excrement storm. Massive hog farm manure pools washed a stew of…

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Robotic autonomy in strategic underground tasks explored in international effort
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Robotic autonomy in strategic underground tasks explored in international effort

Autonomous robots will be flying and walking in caves, tunnels and underground buildings doing things like mapping spaces, detecting substances and exploration of new areas in a new…

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The Mechanical Eye: Create a Clockwork Mechanical Camera for Venus
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The Mechanical Eye: Create a Clockwork Mechanical Camera for Venus

With its sulfuric acid clouds, temperatures over 450°C, and 92 times the surface pressure of Earth, Venus is one of the most hostile planetary environments in the solar…

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“Quick, Draw!” Doodle Recognition Challenge
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“Quick, Draw!” Doodle Recognition Challenge

Online handwriting recognition consists of recognizing structured patterns in freeform handwritten input. While Google products like Translate, Keep and Handwriting Input use this technology to recognize handwritten text, it works for any predefined pattern…

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AI Outperforms Clinicians in Predicting Outcomes for People at Risk of Psychosis and Depression
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AI Outperforms Clinicians in Predicting Outcomes for People at Risk of Psychosis and Depression

Artificial intelligence (AI), or more precisely in this case – machine learning, has scored another point against its human counterparts in the field of medicine by outperforming clinicians…

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Robots may need a long tail if they really want to walk on two legs
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Robots may need a long tail if they really want to walk on two legs

In the future we will have robots – you knew that since you were a child. Robots are the future and they will go with us everywhere. Well,…

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New high-tech health solutions based on big data
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New high-tech health solutions based on big data

The next wave of development is based on data from using these technologies. In recent years, surgical robots—robots that assist with blood sample analyses or are used as…

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Robots may need lizard-like tails for ‘off-road’ travel
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Robots may need lizard-like tails for ‘off-road’ travel

Robots may one day tackle obstacles and traverse uneven terrains thanks to collaborative research analysing the motion of lizards. The study, which featured a University of Queensland researcher,…

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Software finds the best way to stick a Mars landing
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Software finds the best way to stick a Mars landing

Selecting a landing site for a rover headed to Mars is a lengthy process that normally involves large committees of scientists and engineers. These committees typically spend several…

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Stanford’s JackRabbot 2: The polite pedestrian robot
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Stanford’s JackRabbot 2: The polite pedestrian robot

If you’ve ever been caught in the dreaded sidewalk tango, failing to gracefully maneuver around someone directly in your path, you have some idea of the challenges ahead…

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Physicists Train Robotic Gliders to Soar like Birds
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Physicists Train Robotic Gliders to Soar like Birds

The words “fly like an eagle” are famously part of a song, but they may also be words that make some scientists scratch their heads. Especially when it…

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A Robot to Be Fond Of
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A Robot to Be Fond Of

“Robots have long been established in industry. This is still not the case in private life,” says Professor Dr. Friederike Eyssel, of the Cluster of Excellence Cognitive Interaction…

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Machine-learning system tackles speech and object recognition, all at once
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Machine-learning system tackles speech and object recognition, all at once

MIT computer scientists have developed a system that learns to identify objects within an image, based on a spoken description of the image. Given an image and an…

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LLNL explores machine learning to prevent defects in metal 3D-printed parts in real time
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LLNL explores machine learning to prevent defects in metal 3D-printed parts in real time

For years, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory engineers and scientists have used an array of sensors and imaging techniques to analyze the physics and processes behind metal 3D printing in an…

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Automated Valet Parking jointly premiered by Daimler and Bosch in China
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Automated Valet Parking jointly premiered by Daimler and Bosch in China

Automated Valet Parking is based on intelligent infrastructure and allows drivers to instruct their vehicle via smartphone to make its own way to a parking space. The user…

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Autonomous self-driving trucks on the road would make Germans feel increasingly safer
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Autonomous self-driving trucks on the road would make Germans feel increasingly safer

Automated trucks on the road: more than one in three survey respondents have no preference for a human over a machine. Germans are annoyed by delivery traffic, but…

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Helping computers fill in the gaps between video frames
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Helping computers fill in the gaps between video frames

Given only a few frames of a video, humans can usually surmise what is happening and will happen on screen. If we see an early frame of stacked…

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MAFAT Challenge – Fine-Grained Classification of Objects from Aerial Imagery
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MAFAT Challenge – Fine-Grained Classification of Objects from Aerial Imagery

In this competition, MAFAT DDRD (Israel Directorate of Defense Research Development) would like to tackle the challenge of automatically exploiting fine-grained information from aerial imagery data. Image credit:…

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Surfaces a Key Element in Robotic Fingers
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Surfaces a Key Element in Robotic Fingers

Picking up a pen off a desk and writing with it might seem easy to you, but it’s no small feat to a robot. For one thing, once…

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AI helps track down mysterious cosmic radio bursts
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AI helps track down mysterious cosmic radio bursts

Artificial intelligence is invading many fields, most recently astronomy and the search for intelligent life in the universe, or SETI. Researchers at Breakthrough Listen, a SETI project led…

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Drones in a Ford engine factory – what is the purpose of them?
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Drones in a Ford engine factory – what is the purpose of them?

Running a big factory isn‘t easy. It is not supposed to be easy either – you have to monitor all your equipment, making sure it is safe and…

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Scientists created a Tetris-like AI program for breast cancer diagnosis
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Scientists created a Tetris-like AI program for breast cancer diagnosis

More than 1.5 million women each year are affected by breast cancer – it is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths for women with more than…

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Kids connect with robot reading partners
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Kids connect with robot reading partners

Kids learn better with a friend. They’re more enthusiastic and understand more if they dig into a subject with a companion. But what if that companion is artificial?…

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Autonomous drones based on Raspberry Pi, building from scratch
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Autonomous drones based on Raspberry Pi, building from scratch

I suffer from “terminal boredom syndrome”; I always need a challenging hobby to keep me sane. In 2012, the Raspberry Pi was launched just as my previous hobby…

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Gas-sensing drones draw NSF backing
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Gas-sensing drones draw NSF backing

Rice University researchers, in a collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine and Houston nonprofit Technology For All (TFA), are developing a fleet of autonomous aerial drones that coordinate with each other to…

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Model can more naturally detect depression in conversations
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Model can more naturally detect depression in conversations

To diagnose depression, clinicians interview patients, asking specific questions — about, say, past mental illnesses, lifestyle, and mood — and identify the condition based on the patient’s responses. In…

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Toyota and Uber Extend Collaboration to Automated Vehicle Technologies
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Toyota and Uber Extend Collaboration to Automated Vehicle Technologies

Uber to integrate its self-driving technology alongside Toyota Guardian technology in purpose-built vehicles for deployment on Uber’s ride-sharing network. Toyota to invest $500 million in Uber Image: Toyota.…

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Lip-syncing thanks to artificial intelligence
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Lip-syncing thanks to artificial intelligence

Dubbing films could become significantly easier in the future. A team led by researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics in Saarbrücken has developed a software package…

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Stanford engineers create new AI camera for faster, more efficient image classification
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Stanford engineers create new AI camera for faster, more efficient image classification

The image recognition technology that underlies today’s autonomous cars and aerial drones depends on artificial intelligence: the computers essentially teach themselves to recognize objects like a dog, a…

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Nanobot pumps destroy nerve agents
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Nanobot pumps destroy nerve agents

Once in the territory of science fiction, “nanobots” are closer than ever to becoming a reality, with possible applications in medicine, manufacturing, robotics and fluidics. Today, scientists report…

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Children Believe Robots More than Themselves, Study Suggests
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Children Believe Robots More than Themselves, Study Suggests

A recent study led by Anna-Lisa Vollmer from the Bielefeld University in Germany suggests that children are prone to prioritising the answers given by robots over their own,…

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Virtual reality tool designed at USC corrects errors in brain scan data
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Virtual reality tool designed at USC corrects errors in brain scan data

In recent years, virtual reality technology has begun proving its worth outside the world of gaming, with applications in education, health care, military training and beyond. Now researchers…

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Mapping the ocean with marine robots
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Mapping the ocean with marine robots

In Penn’s Scalable Autonomous Robots Lab, three researchers watch from a cluster of computer monitors as small black boats navigate through water in a large indoor pool, seemingly battling…

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Astronaut-made virtual co-pilot, based on a Raspberry Pi
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Astronaut-made virtual co-pilot, based on a Raspberry Pi

This project features several of our favourite things. Astronauts! Machine learning! High-altitude danger! Graphs! (It could only get slightly better with the addition of tap-dancing centaurs.) Read on…

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Quantum bugs, meet your new swatter
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Quantum bugs, meet your new swatter

A Rice University computer scientist and his colleagues have proposed a method to accelerate and simplify the imposing task of diagnosing quantum computers. Anastasios Kyrillidis, an assistant professor of…

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More Workers Working Might Not Get More Work Done, Ants (and Robots) Show
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More Workers Working Might Not Get More Work Done, Ants (and Robots) Show

For ants and robots operating in confined spaces like tunnels, having more workers does not necessarily mean getting more work done. Just as too many cooks in a…

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AI Breakthroughs Offer Hope for Cancer Patients, Researchers
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AI Breakthroughs Offer Hope for Cancer Patients, Researchers

If you were to walk up to someone you know and mention the phrase “artificial intelligence,” chances are pretty good their mind would immediately make the leap to…

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Formula 1 driving simulation technology could help put the UK on the fast track to self-driving vehicles
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Formula 1 driving simulation technology could help put the UK on the fast track to self-driving vehicles

A new research programme by WMG at the University of Warwick, and XPI Simulation, co-funded by Innovate UK, is examining the potential for applying the simulation technology used…

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New GRASP project aims to leverage ‘embodied intelligence’ via a robotic squirrel
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New GRASP project aims to leverage ‘embodied intelligence’ via a robotic squirrel

It takes about a year before human infants master their own motor skills well enough to walk. While putting one foot in front of the other seems natural,…

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Particle physicists team up with AI to solve toughest science problems
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Particle physicists team up with AI to solve toughest science problems

Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest particle accelerator at the European particle physics lab CERN, produce about a million gigabytes of data every second.…

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How an AI Learns To Dribble: Practice, Practice, Practice
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How an AI Learns To Dribble: Practice, Practice, Practice

Basketball players need lots of practice before they master the dribble, and it turns out that’s true for computer-animated players as well. By using deep reinforcement learning, players…

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Google Glass Helps Autistic Children Improve their Social Skills
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Google Glass Helps Autistic Children Improve their Social Skills

In a new pilot study conducted by researchers at Stanford University, Google Glass paired up with a smartphone app helps children with autism improve their social skills by…

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AI could help detecting potholes and cracks in road surface
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AI could help detecting potholes and cracks in road surface

It may sound weird to you, but government doesn‘t know about all the potholes in its cities. You may be cursing driving over the same pothole every morning,…

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Research identifies key weakness in modern computer vision systems
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Research identifies key weakness in modern computer vision systems

Computer vision algorithms have come a long way in the past decade. They’ve been shown to be as good or better than people at tasks like categorizing dog…

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Sounds of NASA’s Robotic Operations Center
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Sounds of NASA’s Robotic Operations Center

The Robotic Operations Center (ROC) at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, is full of whirring and buzzing machines that share a purpose: to help robots…

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One Hundred Times Faster Broadband (5G) Just Passed the First Test
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One Hundred Times Faster Broadband (5G) Just Passed the First Test

A group of engineers from the University of Sussex and collaborators from the telecom consultancy firm Plum are happy to announce the successful completion of indoor 5G coverage…

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Daimler Becomes First International Automaker to Obtain Road Test License for Highly Automated Driving in Beijing
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Daimler Becomes First International Automaker to Obtain Road Test License for Highly Automated Driving in Beijing

In milestone for local RD efforts, Daimler is approved for highly automated driving (level 4) test area road use in Chinese capital of Beijing after extensive closed-course testing.…

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Study shows machine learning can improve catalytic design
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Study shows machine learning can improve catalytic design

Chemical engineers at Rice University and Pennsylvania State University have shown that combining machine learning and quantum chemistry can save time and expense in designing new catalysts. “Large…

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IARPA Mercury Challenge
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IARPA Mercury Challenge

In an effort to provide early warning capabilities, the U.S. Department of Defense’s Integrated Crisis Early Warning System (ICEWS) and IARPA’s Open Source Indicators (OSI) programs want to…

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Audi started testing an overspray-free method, which saves energy, time and resources
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Audi started testing an overspray-free method, which saves energy, time and resources

Car painting process went through several revolutions. A hundred years ago cars used to be painted manually with brushes and rollers. Later on a spray painting era started,…

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Stanford AI recreates chemistry’s periodic table of elements
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Stanford AI recreates chemistry’s periodic table of elements

It took nearly a century of trial and error for human scientists to organize the periodic table of elements, arguably one of the greatest scientific achievements in chemistry,…

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Eco-car ‘DTU Dynamo’ becomes self-driving
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Eco-car ‘DTU Dynamo’ becomes self-driving

There were loud cheers and hearty applause when DTU Roadrunners’ latest version of its eco-car ‘DTU Dynamo’ had its camera modified after a couple of trials before passing the…

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Fancy making a motion-tracking eye in a jar?
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Fancy making a motion-tracking eye in a jar?

Using motion detection and a Raspberry Pi Zero W, Lukas Stratmann has produced this rather creepy moving eye in a jar. And with a little bit of, ahem,…

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Whisk’s AI-powered Culinary Coach named as winner of Ascensia Diabetes Challenge
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Whisk’s AI-powered Culinary Coach named as winner of Ascensia Diabetes Challenge

Today, at the American Diabetes Association’s 78th Scientific Sessions in Orlando, Florida, Ascensia Diabetes Care has revealed that UK-based Whisk have been selected as the winner of the…

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HackSpace magazine 8: Raspberry Pi
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HackSpace magazine 8: Raspberry Pi

Arduino is officially brilliant. It’s the perfect companion for your Raspberry Pi, opening up new possibilities for robotics, drones and all sorts of physical computing projects. In HackSpace…

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Toyota Research Institute Supports Development of Open-Source Automated Driving Simulator
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Toyota Research Institute Supports Development of Open-Source Automated Driving Simulator

LOS ALTOS, Calif., June 21, 2018-Toyota Research Institute (TRI) is furthering its support of open source platforms by donating $100,000 to the Computer Vision Center (CVC) to accelerate…

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UPMC Hamot First in U.S. to Use Innovative Robotic Technology to Detect Lung Cancer Earlier
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UPMC Hamot First in U.S. to Use Innovative Robotic Technology to Detect Lung Cancer Earlier

More than 90 percent of people diagnosed with lung cancer do not survive the disease, in part because it is often found at an advanced stage. Now, new…

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Army Expeditionary Technology Search (xTechSearch)
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Army Expeditionary Technology Search (xTechSearch)

The Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASA(ALT)) is announcing the Army Expeditionary Technology Search – xTechSearch – to be featured at the Association…

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ORNL researchers use AI to improve mammogram interpretation
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ORNL researchers use AI to improve mammogram interpretation

In an effort to reduce errors in the analyses of diagnostic images by health professionals, a team of researchers from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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2018 EmotioNet Challenge
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2018 EmotioNet Challenge

Research groups that have designed or are developing algorithms for the analysis of facial expressions are encouraged to participate in this challenge. Emotions. Image credit: Gratisography via pexels.com,…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Sample Return Technology Successfully Tested on Xodiac Rocket
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Sample Return Technology Successfully Tested on Xodiac Rocket

Just a sample will do. Masten Space Systems’ Xodiac rocket flight tests Honeybee Robotics pneumatic sampler collection system, PlanetVac, in Mojave Desert. Credits: NASA Photo / Lauren Hughes…

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Researchers create first artificial human prion
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Researchers create first artificial human prion

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine researchers have synthesized the first artificial human prion, a dramatic development in efforts to combat a devastating form of brain disease…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Sandia’s robotic work cell conducts high-throughput testing ‘in an instant’
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Sandia’s robotic work cell conducts high-throughput testing ‘in an instant’

Automation speeds up 3D-printed part testing, materials science data collection Today with 3D printing you can make almost anything in a matter of hours. However, making sure that…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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AI Expo: 7 free things you can get involved with at the leading AI event in Amsterdam
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AI Expo: 7 free things you can get involved with at the leading AI event in Amsterdam

Arriving in Amsterdam on the 27-28 June, the second annual AI Expo Europe event will host 2 co-located events covering IoT and Blockchain, with 8,000 attendees expected to…

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Drones in Artificial Intelligence – Are They Safe?
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Drones in Artificial Intelligence – Are They Safe?

A concern closely associated with the development of new technologies is that of artificial intelligence and the pace at which it is advancing. Drone companies routinely express that…

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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)
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Big Companies Use AI For Marketing (Infographic)

Using the help of artificial intelligence in marketing has started to become a common practice in recent years. It is known as Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM), and is…

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Drone Forensics Gets a Boost With New Data on NIST Website
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Drone Forensics Gets a Boost With New Data on NIST Website

Aerial drones might someday deliver online purchases to your home. But in some prisons, drone delivery is already a thing. Quadcopter Flying on the Skey. Photo: Josh Sorenson/Pexels…

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Machine learning model predicts phenomenon key to understanding material properties
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Machine learning model predicts phenomenon key to understanding material properties

Using machine learning, evolutionary algorithms and other advanced computational techniques, researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have successfully modeled how atoms are arranged between the crystals that…

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An artificial nerve system developed at Stanford gives prosthetic devices and robots a sense of touch
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An artificial nerve system developed at Stanford gives prosthetic devices and robots a sense of touch

Stanford and Seoul National University researchers have developed an artificial sensory nerve system that can activate the twitch reflex in a cockroach and identify letters in the Braille…

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From Face Recognition to Phase Recognition: Neural Network Captures Atomic-Scale Rearrangements
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From Face Recognition to Phase Recognition: Neural Network Captures Atomic-Scale Rearrangements

“To understand the structure of these transitional states, we need tools to both measure and identify what happens during the transition,” said Anatoly Frenkel, a physicist with a…

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Breakthrough in controlling DNA-based robots
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Breakthrough in controlling DNA-based robots

Researchers have devised a magnetic control system to make tiny DNA-based robots move on demand—and much faster than recently possible. In the journal Nature Communications, Carlos Castro and Ratnasingham…

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Demystifying the future of connected and autonomous vehicles
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Demystifying the future of connected and autonomous vehicles

No doubt the emergence of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) will have new and exciting effects on patterns and modes of transportation, but when it comes to measuring…

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Soft Machines
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Soft Machines

In the world of robotics, soft robots are the new kids on the block. The unique capabilities of these automata are to bend, deform, stretch, twist or squeeze…

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A sampler of intelligent listening technologies emerging from Stanford
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A sampler of intelligent listening technologies emerging from Stanford

These patterns are wirelessly sent to rooms full of whirring, blinking supercomputers that translate them into words, meanings and actions. Behind this technology are decades of artificial intelligence…

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