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15.10.2021
21:01 Phys.org Machine-learning system accelerates discovery of new materials for 3D printing

The growing popularity of 3D printing for manufacturing all sorts of items, from customized medical devices to affordable homes, has created more demand for new 3D printing materials designed for very specific uses.

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18:12 ScienceDaily.com Artificial intelligence-based technology quickly identifies genetic causes of serious disease

An artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology rapidly diagnoses rare disorders in critically ill children with high accuracy. The benchmark finding foreshadows the next phase of medicine, where technology helps clinicians quickly determine the root cause of disease so they can give patients the right treatment sooner.

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18:01 ScientificAmerican.Com Beethoven's Unfinished 10th Symphony Brought to Life by Artificial Intelligence

Nearly 200 years after his death, the German composer’s musical scratch was pieced together by machine—with a lot of human help. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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13:37 AzoNano.com Researchers use AI to Develop Tool for Predicting Cancer Nanomedicine Outcomes

Nanomedicines may offer clinicians a way to deliver precise, targeted therapy directly to tumors without damaging surrounding tissue. Yet, progress in the development of new drugs that treat cancer at...

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01:45 ScienceDaily.com Artificial intelligence helps to find new natural substances

More than a third of all medicines available today are based on active substances from nature and a research team has developed a procedure to identify small active substance molecules much more quickly and easily.

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14.10.2021
23:49 Phys.org Facial recognition, cameras and other tools police use raise questions about accountability

Facial recognition, body cameras and other digital technologies are increasingly used by police departments, municipalities and even gated communities, but these tools manufactured by private companies raise the specter of unchecked surveillance, a University of California, Davis researcher suggests.

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21:46 Phys.org Artificial intelligence helps to find new natural substances

More than a third of all medicines available today are based on active substances from nature, and a research team from the University of Jena has developed a procedure to identify small active substance molecules much more quickly and easily. Secondary natural substances that occur in numerous plants, bacteria and fungi can be anti-inflammatory, can ward off pathogens or even prevent the growth of cancer cells. However, making use of the riches provided by nature's medicine cabinet and identifying new natural substances is time-consuming, costly and labor-intensive. A team of bioinformaticians at Friedrich Schiller University Jena has now developed a method that enables much faster and easier identification of small active substance molecules. The researchers present their method, called COSMIC (Confidence Of Small Molecule IdentifiCations), in the current issue of Nature Biotechnology.

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16:52 ChemistryWorld.com Predicting and preventing production losses with AI

Seebo’s machine learning technology helps chemical manufacturers get deep insight into their processes

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12:14 Nanowerk.com Researchers use AI to develop tool for predicting cancer nanomedicine outcomes

Researchers are building a tool that can offer drug researchers insight into how well a new nanoparticle-based cancer therapy will work, even before a drug enters animal testing.

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12:14 Technology.org Fasten the process of drug discovery with the use of a new neural network

A research paper from Victor Garcia Satorras, Emiel Hoogeboom and Max Welling, from the Informatics Institute of the

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13.10.2021
20:27 Photonics.com GrAI Matter Labs, FRAMOS Collaborate on Life-Ready AI for 3D Industrial Vision

GrAI Matter Labs (GML), a developer of brain-inspired ultralow-latency computing solutions, has teamed with global imaging provider FRAMOS to create what the collaborators are calling “Life-Ready AI” for industrial vision platforms. The project is based on FRAMOS’ D435e Industrial Depth Camera and GML’s GrAI VIP (vision inference processor). The collaboration aims to advance vision application development in areas including robotics, automation, and IoT-connected manufacturing. The collaborators will develop the platforms on GML’s development of brain-inspired computing techniques for enhanced efficiencies, which use FRAMOS’ stereo depth sensing technology for industrial environments through its...

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19:33 SingularityHub.Com Microsoft’s Massive New Language AI Is Triple the Size of OpenAI’s GPT-3

Just under a year and a half ago OpenAI announced completion of GPT-3, its natural language processing algorithm that was, at the time, the largest and most complex model of its type. This week, Microsoft and Nvidia introduced a new model they’re calling “the world’s largest and most powerful generative language model.” The Megatron-Turing Natural […]

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com Attention-based deep neural network increases detection capability in sonar systems

In underwater acoustics, deep learning may improve sonar systems to help detect ships and submarines in distress or in restricted waters. However, noise interference can be a challenge. Researchers now explore an attention-based deep neural network to tackle this problem. They tested two ships, comparing their results with a typical deep neural network, and found the ABNN increases its predictions considerably as it gravitates toward the features closely correlated with the training goals.

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16:24 Phys.org More effective cell studies using new AI method

A new study from the University of Gothenburg opens the way for more effective microscopy, making it easier to research diseases. The study shows how artificial intelligence can be used to develop faster, cheaper and more reliable information about cells, while also eliminating the disadvantages from using chemicals in the process.

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16:24 Phys.org Study demonstrates the potential of a quantum computer comprised of a small processor and a storage unit

Quantum computing systems, computer systems that are based on the key principles of quantum theory, could significantly outperform conventional computing systems, both in terms of speed and performance. Over the past decade or so, many physicists worldwide have thus been trying to develop these systems and assess their potential.

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16:21 Nature.Com How AI is helping the natural sciences

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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16:20 NewScientist.Com Penguins have rare ability to recognise each other's faces and voices

African penguins identify each other using unique features of their physical appearance and vocal calls – making them the second group of birds after crows known to do so

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15:03 Technology.org Artificial Intelligence helped seeing lost work of Picasso

You probably could name many famous artists, who made really expensive masterpieces. However, a lot of that money

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12:35 TechnologyReview.com Podcast: The story of AI, as told by the people who invented it

Welcome to I Was There When, a new oral history project from the In Machines We Trust podcast. It features stories of how breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and computing happened, as told by the people who witnessed them. In this first episode, we meet Joseph Atick— who helped create the first commercially viable face recognition…

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03:42 NewScientist.Com Penguins have the rare ability to recognise other's faces and voices

South African penguins identify each other using unique features of their physical appearance and vocal calls – making them the second group of birds after crows known to do so

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12.10.2021
20:32 NewScientist.Com Spies may be storing data to decrypt with a future quantum computer

Quantum computers may one day break encryption, and security researchers say intelligence agencies may already be storing encrypted data with a plan to crack it in future

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17:10 SingularityHub.Com AI-Powered Brain Implant Eases Severe Depression With a Zap of Electricity

Sarah hadn’t laughed in five years. At 36 years old, the avid home cook has struggled with depression since early childhood. She tried the whole range of antidepressant medications and therapy for decades. Nothing worked. One night, five years ago, driving home from work, she had one thought in her mind: this is it. I’m […]

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16:06 Technology.org Artificial Intelligence could make ice hockey analysis that much easier

Professional sports are all about data and analysis. Sports science is a very busy subject and each professional

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15:22 Phys.org How AI can guide course design and study choices to help graduates get the jobs they want

Graduates entering an ever-more-competitive job market are often unaware of the skills and values they offer employers. The challenge is greater with emerging job roles that require certifications and both multidisciplinary skills and specialist knowledge, even for entry-level positions.

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12:36 TechnologyReview.com AI fake-face generators can be rewound to reveal the real faces they trained on

Load up the website This Person Does Not Exist and it’ll show you a human face, near-perfect in its realism yet totally fake. Refresh and the neural network behind the site will generate another, and another, and another. The endless sequence of AI-crafted faces is produced by a generative adversarial network (GAN)—a type of AI…

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08:10 Technology.org Explaining Decisions Made with AI: A Workbook

Artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine learning (ML) have changed our lives for the better in fields ranging from

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11.10.2021
18:08 Phys.org Machine learning offers high-definition glimpse of how genomes organize in single cells

Within the microscopic boundaries of a single human cell, the intricate folds and arrangements of protein and DNA bundles dictate a person's fate: which genes are expressed, which are suppressed, and—importantly—whether they stay healthy or develop disease.

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13:44 NewScientist.Com A new dawn in AI and quantum computing now looks tantalisingly close

Hopes of developing artificial general intelligence and a truly useful quantum computer are looking less fanciful thanks to recent breakthroughs

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09:08 Technology.org Correct Me if I am Wrong: Interactive Learning for Robotic Manipulation

Deep reinforcement learning is successfully applied in many real-world robotic tasks. However, it is limited to domains in

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09.10.2021
17:22 ScienceDaily.com A novel neural network to understand symmetry, speed materials research

A team has developed a novel machine learning approach that can create similarity projections via machine learning, enabling researchers to search an unstructured image database for the first time and identify trends.

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08:59 Technology.org Predicting gene expression with AI

Recent advances enabled researchers to map the DNA sequence of the human genome. However, it is still not

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08.10.2021
19:19 Phys.org Artificial intelligence suggests a new narrative for the Out of Africa process

Researchers from Estonia and Italy developed an innovative method by combining neural networks and statistics. Using this newly developed method, they refined the "Out of Africa" scenario. The researchers claimed that the African dynamics around the time of the Out of Africa expansion are more complex than previously thought.

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17:03 ScienceDaily.com Flying high-speed drones into the unknown with AI

Researchers have developed a new approach to autonomously fly quadrotors through unknown, complex environments at high speeds using only on-board sensing and computation. The new approach could be useful in emergencies, on construction sites or for security applications.

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16:29 Optics and Photonics News A Step Toward Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computing

Using a laser-controlled ion-trap platform, researchers demonstrate code that can detect and suppress errors—and keep them from spreading and multiplying through the system.

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16:09 NewScientist.Com AI-generated deepfake voices can fool both humans and smart assistants

Deepfake tools that mimic a particular individual's voice from just a few snippets of audio are good enough to trick humans and bypass voice recognition systems

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12:00 Phys.org A novel neural network to understand symmetry, speed materials research

Understanding structure-property relations is a key goal of materials research, according to Joshua Agar, a faculty member in Lehigh University's Department of Materials Science and Engineering. And yet currently no metric exists to understand the structure of materials because of the complexity and multidimensional nature of structure.

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07.10.2021
22:09 Nanowerk.com Flying high-speed drones into the unknown with AI (w/video)

Researchers have developed a new approach to autonomously fly quadrotors through unknown, complex environments at high speeds using only on-board sensing and computation. The new approach could be useful in emergencies, on construction sites or for security applications.

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19:29 SingularityHub.Com How Musicologists and Scientists Used AI to Complete Beethoven’s Unfinished 10th Symphony

When Ludwig van Beethoven died in 1827, he was three years removed from the completion of his Ninth Symphony, a work heralded by many as his magnum opus. He had started work on his 10th Symphony but, due to deteriorating health, wasn’t able to make much headway: All he left behind were some musical sketches. […]

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18:25 Phys.org Artificial intelligence takes structural biology to the next level

A scientist at Karolinska Institutet reports that machine learning can be used to gain insights into molecular events that change the shape of proteins after they are made, regulating their ability to interact with each other. This suggests that artificial intelligence (AI) may allow us, in the future, to accurately simulate highly complex biological scenarios in silico as well as leverage this information for therapeutic intervention.

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18:04 AzoNano.com Analysis of Ferroelectric Materials with Machine Learning Methods

Ferroelectric materials feature special inner structures. Regarding the crystalline materials, the ions organize themselves distinctly within individual areas known as the domains. Electric field or...

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12:39 Technology.org Flying High-Speed Drones into the Unknown with AI

Researchers at the University of Zurich have developed a new approach to autonomously fly quadrotors through unknown, complex

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06.10.2021
20:54 NewScientist.Com EU votes to restrict AI use in law enforcement while UK rolls it out

Legislation working its way through the European Parliament could see a complete ban on the use of artificial intelligence in law enforcement

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20:33 Nature.Com The AI that accurately predicts the chances of rain

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19:47 ScienceDaily.com Machine learning helps reveal cells’ inner structures in new detail

Scientists have created a set of tools to make annotated 3D images of cells, showing the relationships between different organelles.

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19:47 ScienceDaily.com Brain cell differences could be key to learning in humans and AI

Researchers have found that variability between brain cells might speed up learning and improve the performance of the brain and future AI.

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18:11 Phys.org Machine learning helps reveal cells' inner structures in new detail

Open any introductory biology textbook, and you'll see a familiar diagram: A blobby-looking cell filled with brightly colored structures—the inner machinery that makes the cell tick.

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17:37 LiveScience.com William Shatner 'AI' will chat with you about the 'Star Trek' actor's life

Conversational video technology enables AI-powered back-and-forth between viewers and prerecorded responses.

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14:00 Phys.org Scientist looks to AI, lensing to find masses of free-floating planets

Exoplanet hunters have found thousands of planets, most orbiting close to their host stars, but relatively few alien worlds have been detected that float freely through the galaxy as so-called rogue planets, not bound to any star. Many astronomers believe that these planets are more common than we know, but that our planet-finding techniques haven't been up to the task of locating them.

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11:21 Technology.org NIH New Innovator Award recipient studying the use of artificial intelligence for paralysis

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is awarding Chethan Pandarinath the 2021 Director’s New Innovator Award, an honor

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05.10.2021
13:49 Nature.Com Reboot AI with human values

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11:18 Technology.org Artificial intelligence is smart, but does it play well with others?

When it comes to games such as chess or Go, artificial intelligence (AI) programs have far surpassed the

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11:07 Nanowerk.com Customized robots for everyone - groundbreaking solution for AI-based system development

The just completed Q-Rocks project presents a groundbreaking approach that is set to revolutionize robot development: With the help of artificial intelligence methods, users without any expertise will be able to cost-efficiently design customized robots for their applications.

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10:34 Technology.org Habitat-Matterport 3D Dataset (HM3D): 1000 Large-scale 3D Environments for Embodied AI

In order to develop AI agents able to help us in everyday activities, there is a need for

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04:19 ScienceDaily.com Foundational step shows quantum computers can be better than the sum of their parts

Researchers have experimentally demonstrated, for the first time, that an assembly of quantum computing pieces -- a logical qubit -- can be better than the worst parts used to make it. The team shared how they took this landmark step toward reliable, practical quantum computers by implementing the Bacon-Shor code and a fault-tolerant design on an ion trap-based quantum computer.

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04.10.2021
19:35 NewScientist.Com Quantum computers can now fix their own mistakes without making more

The first demonstration of error correction on a quantum computer that doesn't lead to more mistakes is a step towards genuinely useful computation

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18:08 Phys.org Foundational step shows quantum computers can be better than the sum of their parts

Pobody's nerfect—not even the indifferent, calculating bits that are the foundation of computers. But JQI Fellow Christopher Monroe's group, together with colleagues from Duke University, have made progress toward ensuring we can trust the results of quantum computers even when they are built from pieces that sometimes fail. They have shown in an experiment, for the first time, that an assembly of quantum computing pieces can be better than the worst parts used to make it. In a paper published in the journal Nature on Oct. 4, 2021, the team shared how they took this landmark step toward reliable, practical quantum computers.

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17:08 SingularityHub.Com How Quantum Computers Can Be Used to Build Better Quantum Computers

Using computer simulations to design new chips played a crucial role in the rapid improvements in processor performance we’ve experienced in recent decades. Now Chinese researchers have extended the approach to the quantum world. Electronic design automation tools started to become commonplace in the early 1980s as the complexity of processors rose exponentially, and today […]

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09:33 Phys.org Artificial intelligence makes it faster, easier to analyze hockey video

Researchers have made a key advancement in the development of technology to automatically analyze video of hockey games using artificial intelligence.

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02.10.2021
17:04 ScientificAmerican.Com Microbes, Natural Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence

Humanity’s greatest achievement might be building our successors -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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01.10.2021
20:27 Phys.org Is your machine learning training set biased? How to develop new drugs based on merged datasets

Polymorphs are molecules that have different molecular packing arrangements despite identical chemical compositions. In a recent paper, researchers at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) combined their proprietary (GSK) and published (CCDC) datasets to better train machine learning (ML) models to predict stable polymorphs to use in new drug candidates.

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30.09.2021
12:11 Technology.org AI improves precision in breast cancer diagnosis

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet have developed an AI-based tool that improves the diagnosis of breast cancer tumours and

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12:00 Technology.org Machine Learning Prosthetic Arm Based On Raspberry Pi

This intelligent arm learns how to move naturally, based on what the wearer is doing, as Phil King discovers

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10:42 Technology.org AI-driven dynamic face mask adapts to exercise, pollution levels

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people have grown accustomed to wearing face masks to protect themselves and others,

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10:31 Technology.org Photonic chip is key to nurturing quantum computers

Quantum computers are gaining pace. They promise to provide exponentially more computing power for certain very tricky problems.

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29.09.2021
21:22 Phys.org U.S. soybean, corn yields could be increased through use of machine learning

Research guided by a plant pathologist in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences suggests that machine-learning algorithms that are programmed to recognize changing weather patterns could show producers and agricultural managers how to increase soybean and corn yields in the United States.

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20:46 ScienceDaily.com AI-driven dynamic face mask adapts to exercise, pollution levels

Researchers have developed a dynamic respirator that modulates its pore size in response to changing conditions, such as exercise or air pollution levels, allowing the wearer to breathe easier when the highest levels of filtration are not required.

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20:00 NewScientist.Com DeepMind AI can accurately predict if it will rain in next 90 minutes

AI software developed by DeepMind and the Met Office in the UK can predict whether it will rain within 90 minutes more accurately than current forecasting models

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19:57 QuantaMagazine.org Major Quantum Computing Strategy Suffers Serious Setbacks

So-called topological quantum computing would avoid many of the problems that stand in the way of full-scale quantum computers. But high-profile missteps have led some experts to question whether the field is fooling itself. The post Major Quantum Computing Strategy Suffers Serious Setbacks first appeared on Quanta Magazine

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18:36 TechnologyReview.com DeepMind’s AI predicts almost exactly when and where it’s going to rain

First protein folding, now weather forecasting: London-based AI firm DeepMind is continuing its run applying deep learning to hard science problems. Working with the Met Office, the UK’s national weather service, DeepMind has developed a deep-learning tool called DGMR that can accurately predict the likelihood of rain in the next 90 minutes—one of weather forecasting’s toughest…

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17:47 ScienceDaily.com Photonic chip is key to 'nurturing' quantum computers

Quantum computers are gaining pace. They promise to provide exponentially more computing power for certain very tricky problems. They do this by exploiting the peculiar behaviour of quantum particles, such as photons of light. A team has now shown how to protect qubits from errors using photons in a silicon chip.

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17:13 ScientificAmerican.Com What Is Machine Learning? Here's a Short Video Primer

Deep learning, neural networks, imitation games—what does any of this have to do with teaching computers to “learn”? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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16:09 TechnologyReview.com Podcast: How games teach AI to learn for itself

From chess to Jeopardy to e-sports, AI is increasingly beating humans at their own games. But that was never the ultimate goal. In this episode we dig into the symbiotic relationship between games and AI. We meet the big players in the space, and we take a trip to an arcade. We Meet:  Julian Togelius,…

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15:24 Nanowerk.com AI-driven dynamic nanofiber face mask adapts to exercise, pollution levels

Reseaerchers have developed a dynamic respirator that modulates its pore size in response to changing conditions, such as exercise or air pollution levels, allowing the wearer to breathe easier when the highest levels of filtration are not required.

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15:01 Phys.org AI-driven dynamic face mask adapts to exercise, pollution levels

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people have grown accustomed to wearing face masks to protect themselves and others, but that doesn't mean the masks are always comfortable—especially during exercise. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed a dynamic respirator that modulates its pore size in response to changing conditions, such as exercise or air pollution levels, allowing the wearer to breathe easier when the highest levels of filtration are not required.

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07:04 Technology.org Navigation-Oriented Scene Understanding for Robotic Autonomy: Learning to Segment Driveability in Egocentric Images

While much research related to robotic autonomy is done for controlled environments, many practical applications include venturing into

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00:13 ScienceDaily.com AI may predict the next virus to jump from animals to humans

A new study suggests that machine learning using viral genomes may predict the likelihood that any animal-infecting virus will infect humans, given biologically relevant exposure.

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28.09.2021
21:05 Phys.org AI may predict the next virus to jump from animals to humans

Most emerging infectious diseases of humans (like COVID-19) are zoonotic—caused by viruses originating from other animal species. Identifying high-risk viruses earlier can improve research and surveillance priorities. A study publishing in PLOS Biology on September 28th by Nardus Mollentze, Simon Babayan, and Daniel Streicker at University of Glasgow, United Kingdom suggests that machine learning (a type of artifical intelligence) using viral genomes may predict the likelihood that any animal-infecting virus will infect humans, given biologically relevant exposure.

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18:56 Physics.Aps.org Synopsis: Far Fewer Qubits Required for “Quantum Memory” Quantum Computers

Author(s): Erika K. CarlsonIncorporating storage units for quantum information into quantum computers may allow researchers to build such devices with several orders of magnitude fewer qubits in their processors. [Physics 14, s117] Published Tue Sep 28, 2021

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18:10 ScienceDaily.com Will twisted superconducting flakes make better components for quantum computers?

Researchers have found a way to make 'single-crystal flake' devices that are so thin and free of defects, they have the potential to outperform components used today in quantum computer circuits.

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17:18 Phys.org Will twisted superconducting flakes make better components for quantum computers?

Researchers at the University of Bath in the UK have found a way to make 'single-crystal flake' devices that are so thin and free of defects, they have the potential to outperform components used today in quantum computer circuits.

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16:00 Phys.org Artificial intelligence brings better hurricane predictions

Hurricane Ida was among the most intense and damaging hurricanes in Louisiana's history. The violent storm rose to a Category 1 hurricane on Friday, August 27. It then climbed another two categories in two days, jumping from Category 3 to 4 in only an hour.

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13:32 NewScientist.Com AI is helping US Air Force to decide which targets to strike

The US Air Force has used an AI as part of its "kill chain" - the process of gathering intelligence and directing weapons to destroy a target - though details of the incident are limited

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13:03 TechnologyReview.com The pandemic is testing the limits of face recognition

At first glance, JB, an artist based in Los Angeles, perhaps doesn’t look much like the picture on their driver’s license. For one thing, the ID photo is from a few years ago. Hair that was once long and dark is now buzzed and bleached. And there’s the fact that JB is transgender and has…

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11:11 Technology.org Using AI and old reports to understand new medical images

Getting a quick and accurate reading of an x-ray or some other medical images can be vital to

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09:11 Technology.org Will twisted superconducting flakes make better components for quantum computers?

Researchers at the University of Bath have found a way to make ‘single-crystal flake’ devices that are so

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27.09.2021
17:05 Technology.org Learning to Walk in Minutes Using Massively Parallel Deep Reinforcement Learning

Deep reinforcement learning (DRL) has been successfully used to solve robotics tasks like locomotion, manipulation, or navigation. However,

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11:01 Technology.org Could AI help optimize aneurysm surgeries?

A company founded by University at Buffalo researchers is looking to employ artificial intelligence (AI) to improve treatment

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26.09.2021
15:07 Technology.org Tactile Grasp Refinement using Deep Reinforcement Learning and Analytic Grasp Stability Metrics

Most modern grasping systems rely on computer vision. However, computer vision is often not suitable to recover from

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14:34 Technology.org The CAMELS Multifield Dataset: Learning the Universe’s Fundamental Parameters with Artificial Intelligence

In contemporary cosmology, sophisticated techniques are developed to measure cosmological parameters from astrophysical datasets. However, as lots of

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25.09.2021
18:18 ScienceDaily.com Machine learning uncovers 'genes of importance' in agriculture and medicine

Machine learning can pinpoint 'genes of importance' that help crops to grow with less fertilizer, according to a new study. It can also predict additional traits in plants and disease outcomes in animals, illustrating its applications beyond agriculture.

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24.09.2021
16:45 Phys.org Artificial Intelligence provides sharper images of lunar craters that contain water ice

The moon's polar regions are home to craters and other depressions that never receive sunlight. Today, a group of researchers led by the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research (MPS) in Germany present the highest-resolution images to date covering 17 such craters. Craters of this type could contain frozen water, making them attractive targets for future lunar missions, and the researchers focused further on relatively small and accessible craters surrounded by gentle slopes. In fact, three of the craters have turned out to lie within the just-announced mission area of NASA's Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER), which is scheduled to touch down on the moon in 2023. Imaging the interior of permanently shadowed craters is difficult, and efforts so far have relied on long exposure times resulting in smearing and lower resolution. By taking advantage of reflected sunlight from nearby hills and a novel image processing method, the researchers have now produced

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16:11 Technology.org Towards Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning using Quantum Boltzmann Machines

Recently, adiabatic quantum computing has been successfully used in machine learning tasks. One specific type of machine learning,

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14:49 NewScientist.Com Simple make-up tips can help you avoid face recognition software

AI software identifies which areas of your face you should subtly change with makeup to fool facial recognition technology – and it works 98.8 per cent of the time

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12:06 Phys.org Machine learning uncovers "genes of importance" in agriculture and medicine

Machine learning can pinpoint "genes of importance" that help crops to grow with less fertilizer, according to a new study published in Nature Communications. It can also predict additional traits in plants and disease outcomes in animals, illustrating its applications beyond agriculture.

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02:45 ScienceDaily.com Scientists develop artificial intelligence method to predict anti-cancer immunity

Researchers and data scientists have developed an artificial intelligence technique that can identify which cell surface peptides produced by cancer cells called neoantigens are recognized by the immune system.

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23.09.2021
18:08 ScienceDaily.com Artificial intelligence may be set to reveal climate-change tipping points

Researchers are developing artificial intelligence that could assess climate change tipping points. The deep learning algorithm could act as an early warning system against runaway climate change.

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10:34 Phys.org Artificial intelligence may be set to reveal climate-change tipping points

Researchers are developing artificial intelligence that could assess climate change tipping points. The deep learning algorithm could act as an early warning system against runaway climate change.

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22.09.2021
23:53 ScienceDaily.com Pioneering software can grow and treat virtual tumors using AI designed nanoparticles

The EVONANO platform allows scientists to grow virtual tumors and use artificial intelligence to automatically optimize the design of nanoparticles to treat them. The ability to grow and treat virtual tumors is an important step towards developing new therapies for cancer. Importantly, scientists can use virtual tumors to optimize design of nanoparticle-based drugs before they are tested in the laboratory or patients.

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19:05 Nature.Com Greece used AI to curb COVID: what other nations can learn

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19:05 Nature.Com A machine-learning algorithm to target COVID testing of travellers

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