Researchers working on smart irrigation systems have developed a way to choose the most accurate weather forecast out of those offered in the week leading up to a given day.
Neural networks (NNs) are increasingly being used to predict new materials, the rate and yield of chemical reactions, and drug-target interactions, among others. For these applications, they are orders of magnitude faster than traditional methods such as quantum mechanical simulations.
South Korean carmaker inks an agreement with Nanyang Technological University to run four pilots on artificial intelligence and additive manufacturing, with the aim to explore how 3D printers can be used to tailor components for electric vehicles.
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Raspberry Pi distributor OKdo has launched the first recycling scheme for Raspberry Pi boards.
The event sought to promote the company's opportunities for diverse candidates after facing backlash from some employees of color last year.
Central banks of Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, and South Africa will develop and test a shared platform to process cross-border digital currency transactions, bypassing the need for intermediaries and slashing costs.
Canon, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, Mitsui Sumitomo, Mizuho Financial, NEC, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp, Sumitomo Corp, Toshiba, Toyota, and 14 other Japanese giants will work together to progress quantum computing.
The Reserve Bank of Australia believes the information contained in the document or URL could help financial institutions with their adherence to the country's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regime.
Many arboreal lizards leap and glide from tree to tree, but what if they can't glide to a gentle, four-point landing? Researchers documented many such leaps of the common house gecko, and found that they often hit trees headfirst and rebounded violently.
A new, automated, artificial intelligence-based algorithm can learn to read patient data from electronic health records. In a side-by-side comparison, scientists showed that their method accurately identified patients with certain diseases as well as the traditional, 'gold-standard' method, which requires much more manual labor to develop and perform.
An international team of scientists including researchers at University of Limerick in Ireland have discovered a new molecule which could further increase ultra-fast decision making in computers.
As companies and decision-makers increasingly look to machine learning to make sense of large amounts of data, ensuring the quality of training data used in machine learning problems is becoming critical. That data is coded and labeled by human data annotators—often hired from online crowdsourcing platforms—which raises concerns that data annotators inadvertently introduce bias into the process, ultimately reducing the credibility of the machine learning application's output.
Is the driver tired or even asleep? Cameras in the vehicle's interior can monitor this. Especially in the case of automated driving, interior cameras are important and prescribed by law. A new system developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB is the world's first to be able to use image data to draw conclusions about the driver's activity and analyze how quickly they would be able to take control of the vehicle.
As COVID lingers, demand for autonomous mobile robots is increasing.
Researchers have found that data centers' unused batteries could be re-purposed to support the grid and assist the switch to renewable energy.
Everyone from tech companies to churches wants a say in how the EU regulates AI that could harm people.
In its on-going campaign to reveal the inner workings of the Sar-CoV-2 virus, the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory is leading efforts to couple artificial intelligence (AI) and cutting-edge simulation workflows to better understand biological observations and accelerate drug discovery.