Skoltech Ph.D. student Valeriya Pronina presented her work on microscopy image restoration at the computer vision conference ECCV 2020. For the idea behind this research, Valeriya was awarded the Ostrogradski scholarship from the French government and invited to conduct a joint research in a laboratory at the Lyon National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA Lyon) in France.
Auto trucks don't need drivers if they have a good guide.
ZeroAvia says this form of next-generation craft will eventually match fossil fuel counterparts.
The solutions will be built on Azure and leverage Telstra's Data Hub.
Rachel Fabi’s debut puzzle breaks the internet.
The technology has been designed to automatically detect abnormal activities in electrical recordings.
MSFragger-Glyco allows identification of N- and O-linked glycopeptides using the localization-aware open search strategy of the MSFragger search engine.
Ring and parent company Amazon rolled out more than a dozen products and services today, and surveillance is at the heart of virtually every one of them.
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An inspector general report found that a data breach last year resulted in at least 19 mugshots of people from a CBP database leaking onto the dark web.
Amazon's Care Hub gives families a way to monitor loved ones and calls an emergency contact when a smart speaker hears "Alexa, call for help!"
Amazon's new Ring products include a mini drone that flys through the home to look for and detection motion, as well as in-car alarms and cameras.
Amazon announced a slew of new developer tools and resources for Alexa during its annual September hardware event.
Facebook's Dynabench, an open development platform for data scientists, is an attempt to make AI models more robust through crowdsourcing.
A new feature from Amazon allows the intelligent assistant to ask users to clarify requests, such as “Dim the lights.”
Chip startup Nuvia has raised $240 million to design Arm-based processors for datacenters in a bid to balance energy efficiency and high performance.
Wilson Logistics has signed a deal with Locomation to equip over 1,000 of Wilson's trucks with autonomous platooning technology.
The results from a recent facial recognition competition demonstrate that even the best algorithms are still prone to gender and racial bias.