Artificial intelligence

Seeing the whole from some of the parts |  MIT News

Seeing the whole from some of the parts | MIT News

Upon looking at photographs and drawing on their past experiences, humans can often perceive depth in pictures that are, themselves, perfectly flat. However, getting computers to do the same thing has proved quite challenging. The problem is difficult for several reasons, one being that information is inevitably lost when a scene that takes place in …

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How a scientist taught chemistry to the AlphaFold AI

How a scientist taught chemistry to the AlphaFold AI

Artificial intelligence has changed the way science is done by allowing researchers to analyze the massive amounts of data modern scientific instruments generate. It can find a needle in a million haystacks of information and, using deep learning, it can learn from the data itself. AI is accelerating advances in gene hunting, medicine, drug design …

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After Layoffs, Crypto Startups Face a 'Crucible Moment'

After Layoffs, Crypto Startups Face a ‘Crucible Moment’

In May, the venture capital firm Sequoia circulated a memo among its startup founders. The 52-page presentation of a challenging road ahead, paved by inflation, rising interest rates, a Nasdaq drawdown, supply chain issues, war, and a general weariness about the economy. Things were about to get tough, and this time, venture capital would not …

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Remote Control Weapon Stations Get AI Companion

Remote Control Weapon Stations Get AI Companion

EUROSATORY 2022: Remote Control Weapon Stations Get AI Companion Nir-Or illustration PARIS — Two Israeli companies are giving ground combat vehicles a situational awareness boost using artificial intelligence. During the Eurosatory defense conference in Paris, Nir-Or and Axon-Vision unveiled the EdgeRCWS — an artificial intelligence system designed for remote control weapon stations. Developed jointly between …

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Bowdoin Selected for National Initiative on AI Ethics

Bowdoin Selected for National Initiative on AI Ethics

Lr: Eric Chown, Allison Cooper, Michael Franz, Fernando Nascimento “This is exactly the sort of area we focus on at the DCS program, so I’m sure that’s one of the reasons we were chosen for this award,” said Chown. One example of this kind of work that’s already underway is the Computing Ethics Narrativesanother national …

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“A Full Plate”: FTC's Open Meeting on PBMs, AI, Privacy and Online Harms

“A Full Plate”: FTC’s Open Meeting on PBMs, AI, Privacy and Online Harms

During a much anticipated Open Commission Meeting announced by Commission Chair Lina M. Khan, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) voted in favor of issuing one new policy statement and one new report to Congress. First, the Commission unanimously voted in favor of issuing a policy statement on FTC initiatives to investigate pharmacy benefit managers …

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Neurons and Glia Collaborate to Drive Neural Regeneration Following Brain Injury

Summary: Study reveals how neurons and glial cells contribute to drive neurodegeneration following brain injury. Source: Champalimaud Center for the Unknown One of the most devastating aspects of stroke and traumatic brain injury is that the neurons we lose are never replaced. This means that depending on the injury site, patients may suffer long-term impairments …

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DVIDS - News - Army War College professor incorporates AI into teaching strategic leaders

DVIDS – News – Army War College professor incorporates AI into teaching strategic leaders

Dealing with artificial intelligence remains one of the most discussed topics in technology, making it important for the nation’s strategic military leaders to understand. An Army War College faculty member not only teaches how to deal with modern issues using advanced technology, he does so with an AI assistant. Dr. William Barry is a Professor …

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Breakthrough 3D Printing Technique Builds Robots in One Step

Breakthrough 3D Printing Technique Builds Robots in One Step

A team of engineers at UCLA has developed a new 3D printing technique and design strategy that enables robots to be built in one single step. The new study, which demonstrates how the robots can be constructed and walk, maneuver, and jump was published in Science. Breakthrough 3D Printing Process The new technique involves a …

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