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21.03.2022
16:59 Nanowerk.com Identifying toxic materials in water with machine learning

New research can quickly identify toxins from oil sands and tailing ponds.

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14:56 Phys.org Machine learning will be one of the best ways to identify habitable exoplanets

The field of extrasolar planet studies is undergoing a seismic shift. To date, 4,940 exoplanets have been confirmed in 3,711 planetary systems, with another 8,709 candidates awaiting confirmation. With so many planets available for study and improvements in telescope sensitivity and data analysis, the focus is transitioning from discovery to characterization. Instead of simply looking for more planets, astrobiologists will examine "potentially-habitable" worlds for potential "biosignatures."

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14:42 Technology.org Machine Learning Will be one of the Best Ways to Identify Habitable Exoplanets

The field of extrasolar planet studies is undergoing a seismic shift. To date, 4,940 exoplanets have been confirmed

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20.03.2022
17:15 SingularityHub.Com Scientists Use AI to Trace the Origins of Psychedelic Experiences in the Brain

For the past several decades, psychedelics have been widely stigmatized as dangerous illegal drugs. But a recent surge of academic research into their use to treat psychiatric conditions is spurring a shift in public opinion. Psychedelics are psychotropic drugs: substances that affect your mental state. Other types of psychotropics include antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications. Psychedelics […]

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19.03.2022
15:03 Nanowerk.com A new brain-computer interface with a flexible backing

The flexible backing allows arrays of micro-scale needles to conform to the contours of the brain, which improves high-resolution brain recording.

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14:22 Nanowerk.com Artificial intelligence paves the way to discovering new rare-earth compounds

Researchers trained a machine-learning model to assess the stability of rare-earth compounds. The framework they developed builds on current state-of-the-art methods for experimenting with compounds and understanding chemical instabilities.

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02:47 ScienceDaily.com Artificial intelligence paves the way to discovering new rare-earth compounds

Artificial intelligence advances how scientists explore materials. Researchers trained a machine-learning (ML) model to assess the stability of rare-earth compounds. The framework they developed builds on current state-of-the-art methods for experimenting with compounds and understanding chemical instabilities.

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18.03.2022
22:16 Phys.org Artificial intelligence paves the way to discovering new rare-earth compounds

Artificial intelligence advances how scientists explore materials. Researchers from Ames Laboratory and Texas A&M University trained a machine-learning (ML) model to assess the stability of rare-earth compounds. This work was supported by Laboratory Directed Research and Development Program (LDRD) program at Ames Laboratory. The framework they developed builds on current state-of-the-art methods for experimenting with compounds and understanding chemical instabilities.

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17:45 Phys.org New open-source software helps small chem labs easily access AI for reaction optimization

A team of experts at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory has released a new open-source software program called Rxn Rover. It is designed to help chemistry researchers easily and affordably tap into the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) to automate chemical reaction optimization and discovery, speeding the discovery and deployment of new technologies.

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17:07 LiveScience.com What is quantum computing?

Quantum computing is millions of times faster than traditional computing. These computers are able to do in seconds what would take millennia for our most powerful supercomputers to pull off today.

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15:36 Technology.org Mathematical paradox demonstrates the limits of AI

Humans are usually pretty good at recognising when they get things wrong, but artificial intelligence systems are not.

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14:17 Technology.org Toward a Quantum Computer That Calculates Molecular Energy

Quantum computers are getting bigger, but there are still few practical ways to take advantage of their extra

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14:09 Photonics.com European Consortiums Advance Quantum Computing Tech: Week in Brief: 3/18/22

Semiconductor materials producer Soitec will establish a fabrication facility at its headquarters in Bernin, France. The facility will be used to produce Soitec’s SmartSic wafers developed at the Substrate Innovation Center at CEA-Leti, using Soitec’s SmartCut technology. The facility will support the company’s 300-mm silicon-on-insulator activities. ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Panoramic imaging technology startup Circle Optics was awarded $1.75 million in funding. The company received a $1 million National Science Foundation Phase II award for “Fast Panoramic Image Capture for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.” In phase II, the company will further develop its stitchless 360º camera systems to bring emerging...

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14:03 Technology.org A New Brain-computer Interface with a Flexible Backing

The flexible backing allows arrays of micro-scale needles to conform to the contours of the brain, which improves

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12:02 Technology.org Toward a Quantum Computer That Calculates Molecular Energy

Quantum computers are getting bigger, but there are still few practical ways to take advantage of their extra

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11:33 Technology.org A New Brain-computer Interface with a Flexible Backing

Engineering researchers have invented an advanced brain-computer interface with a flexible and moldable backing and penetrating microneedles. Adding

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17.03.2022
22:29 ScienceDaily.com Mathematical paradoxes demonstrate the limits of AI

Humans are usually pretty good at recognizing when they get things wrong, but artificial intelligence systems are not. According to a new study, AI generally suffers from inherent limitations due to a century-old mathematical paradox.

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20:31 Nanowerk.com Mathematical paradoxes demonstrate the limits of AI

Humans are usually pretty good at recognising when they get things wrong, but artificial intelligence systems are not. According to a new study, AI generally suffers from inherent limitations due to a century-old mathematical paradox.

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20:26 ScienceDaily.com AI provides accurate breast density classification

An artificial intelligence (AI) tool can accurately and consistently classify breast density on mammograms, according to a new study.

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18:25 ScienceDaily.com Public transport: AI assesses resilience of timetables

A brief traffic jam, a stuck door, or many passengers getting on and off at a stop - even small delays in the timetables of trains and buses can lead to major problems. A new artificial intelligence (AI) could help designing schedules that are less susceptible to those minor disruptions.

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18:04 Phys.org Using AI in health sciences education requires interdisciplinary collaboration and risk assessment

Over the past five years, there has been an increase in research and development related to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in health sciences education in fields such as medicine, nursing and occupational therapy. AI-enhanced technologies have been shown to have educational value and offer flexibility for students. For example, learning scenarios can be repeated and completed remotely, and educational experiences can be standardized.

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15:23 Nanowerk.com With machine learning to new supramolecular materials

New supramolecular materials can be used in energy production and medical devices. Scientists aim to identify the best supramolecular materials for use with the help of machine learning.

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10:36 Technology.org Patients want AI, doctors to work together

Engineer, philosophers outline framework for integration of machine learning into medical diagnostics. Artificial intelligence (AI) shows tremendous promise

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09:24 NewScientist.Com AI analyses drug users’ trip reports to better understand psychedelics

A pattern recognition algorithm scoured 6850 accounts of people’s experiences with 27 drugs to learn more about how they alter consciousness

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03:26 ScienceDaily.com AI to predict antidepressant outcomes in youth

Researchers have taken the first step in using artificial intelligence (AI) to predict early outcomes with antidepressants in children and adolescents with major depressive disorder.

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02:46 ScienceDaily.com Pivotal technique harnesses cutting-edge AI capabilities to model and map the natural environment

Scientists have developed a pioneering new technique that harnesses the cutting-edge capabilities of AI to model and map the natural environment in intricate detail.

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00:39 Phys.org New technique harnesses cutting-edge AI capabilities to model and map the natural environment

A team of experts, including Charlie Kirkwood from the University of Exeter, has created a sophisticated new approach to modeling the Earth's natural features in greater detail and accuracy.

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16.03.2022
23:24 ScienceDaily.com Toward a quantum computer that calculates molecular energy

Researchers have developed an algorithm that uses the most quantum bits to date to calculate ground state energy, the lowest-energy state in a quantum mechanical system. The discovery could make it easier to design new materials.

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22:08 Technology.org Meaningful Standards for Auditing High-Stakes Artificial Intelligence

When hiring, many organizations use artificial intelligence tools to scan resumes and predict job-relevant skills. Colleges and universities

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21:26 TechnologyReview.com What do psychedelic drugs do to our brains? AI could help us find out

Psychedelic drugs have long been touted as possible treatments for mental-health disorders like depression and PTSD. But very little is really known about what these substances actually do to our brains—and it can be hard to find out. Understanding how they work could help unlock their potential. Some scientists are using AI to figure it…

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20:03 Technology.org Meaningful Standards for Auditing High-Stakes Artificial Intelligence

When hiring, many organizations use artificial intelligence tools to scan resumes and predict job-relevant skills. Colleges and universities

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19:58 Nature.Com Unbiasing fermionic quantum Monte Carlo with a quantum computer

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19:58 Nature.Com Machine learning and phone data can improve targeting of humanitarian aid

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19:48 Technology.org There’s More to AI Bias Than Biased Data, NIST Report Highlights

Rooting out bias in artificial intelligence will require addressing human and systemic biases as well. Bias in AI

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19:35 Nanowerk.com Toward a quantum computer that calculates molecular energy

Researchers have developed an algorithm that uses the most quantum bits to date to calculate ground state energy, the lowest-energy state in a quantum mechanical system. The discovery could make it easier to design new materials.

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19:06 Phys.org Toward a quantum computer that calculates molecular energy

Quantum computers are getting bigger, but there are still few practical ways to take advantage of their extra computing power. To get over this hurdle, researchers are designing algorithms to ease the transition from classical to quantum computers. In a new study in Nature, researchers unveil an algorithm that reduces the statistical errors, or noise, produced by quantum bits, or qubits, in crunching chemistry equations.

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17:55 ChemistryWorld.com Molecular counterfactuals method helps researchers explain AI predictions

Understanding machine learning predictions by exploring the road not travelled

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16:38 Phys.org Characterizing super-semi sandwiches for quantum computing

Semiconductors are the foundation of modern technology while superconductors with their zero electrical resistance could become the basis for future technologies, including quantum computers. So-called "hybrid structures"—carefully crafted sandwiches made from superconductors and semiconductors—may lead to new quantum effects. However, convincing observations have remained elusive. Now, researchers at Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) with NYU collaborators found a way to probe such "super-semi sandwiches" and to reveal what is going on.

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13:33 Technology.org When it comes to AI, can we ditch the datasets?

A machine-learning model for image classification that’s trained using synthetic data can rival one trained on the real

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00:19 ScienceDaily.com A new brain-computer interface with a flexible backing

Engineering researchers have invented an advanced brain-computer interface with a flexible and moldable backing and penetrating microneedles. Adding a flexible backing to this kind of brain-computer interface allows the device to more evenly conform to the brain's complex curved surface and to more uniformly distribute the microneedles that pierce the cortex. The microneedles, which are 10 times thinner than the human hair, protrude from the flexible backing, penetrate the surface of the brain tissue without piercing surface venules, and record signals from nearby nerve cells evenly across a wide area of the cortex. This novel brain-computer interface has thus far been tested in rodents.

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15.03.2022
21:26 Nature.Com AI reads Greek, COVID’s catastrophe — the week in infographics

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18:37 QuantaMagazine.org Machine Learning Reimagines the Building Blocks of Computing

Traditional algorithms power complicated computational tools like machine learning. A new approach, called algorithms with predictions, uses the power of machine learning to improve algorithms. The post Machine Learning Reimagines the Building Blocks of Computing first appeared on Quanta Magazine

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18:33 Phys.org Artificial intelligence application for detecting diseases and pests in horticultural crops

Doctor X Nabat is the name of an application for the early detection of diseases and pests in horticultural crops, developed by the members of the research group on Plant Phenomics, belonging to the University of Barcelona and Agrotecnio (CERCA center affiliated at the University of Lleida), together with the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA) in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

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14.03.2022
23:50 Phys.org Drones and artificial intelligence aid hunt for fallen meteorite in outback Western Australia

Curtin researchers have recovered a freshly fallen meteorite after pinpointing its exact location on the vast Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia, with a new technique that uses a drone to collect footage of the landscape that is then scanned using artificial intelligence.

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22:19 Yahoo Science Microsoft reports a Majorana development in its quest to build quantum computers

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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19:44 TechnologyReview.com Scale and future-proof enterprise transformation with applied AI

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Watch this insightful discussion on how organizations can future-proof and scale AI investment, while minimizing risks. Participants include Infosys leaders, a senior executive from E.ON, Germany, an academician from IESE Business School, and a leading IT and media lawyer. Click here…

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11:53 Technology.org Machine learning model finds COVID-19 risks for cancer patients

If a cancer patient tests positive for COVID-19, are they more likely to become hospitalized from the disease?

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10:23 Technology.org Machine learning model finds COVID-19 risks for cancer patients

If a cancer patient tests positive for COVID-19, are they more likely to become hospitalized from the disease?

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09:57 Technology.org Boosting human decision-making with AI-generated decision aids

Human decision-making is affected by many systematic errors known as cognitive biases. Human skills can be improved by

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12.03.2022
06:05 NewScientist.Com Drones and AI help find pebble-sized meteorite that landed in 2021

Locating meteorites on Earth’s surface is like looking for a needle in a haystack, but using AI to analyse images captured by drones pinpointed a tiny space rock in just four days

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11.03.2022
19:22 Technology.org Historians apply state-of-the-art AI to transform the study of ancient texts

Researchers in the Classics Faculty of the University of Oxford in collaboration with the Department of Humanities of

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16:07 Technology.org Historians apply state-of-the-art AI to transform the study of ancient texts

Ithaca is the first deep neural network that can aid historians in not only restoring the missing text of

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05:44 NewScientist.Com Simple mathematical trick could slash AI development time in half

Training artificial intelligences to identify faces or digitise text involves thousands or millions of iterations of a two-stage process known as back-propagation, but a new approach could save time, energy and computing power

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03:15 ScienceDaily.com Brain-based computing chips not just for AI anymore

With the insertion of a little math, researchers have shown that neuromorphic computers, which synthetically replicate the brain's logic, can solve more complex problems than those posed by artificial intelligence and may even earn a place in high-performance computing. Neuromorphic simulations employing random walks can track X-rays passing through bone and soft tissue, disease passing through a population, information flowing through social networks and the movements of financial markets.

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01:48 ScienceDaily.com A cautionary tale of machine learning uncertainty

A new analysis shows that researchers using machine learning methods could risk underestimating uncertainties in their final results.

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10.03.2022
20:02 QuantaMagazine.org Will Transformers Take Over Artificial Intelligence?

A simple algorithm that revolutionizes how neural networks approach language is now taking on image classification as well. It may not stop there. The post Will Transformers Take Over Artificial Intelligence? first appeared on Quanta Magazine

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18:51 ScienceDaily.com Molecules, rare earths, and light: Innovative platform for quantum computers and communications

Communication between quantum systems depends on their ability to effectively interact with light. Some molecular crystals have proven to be new materials with excellent quantum properties. They are of great interest for creating quantum computers that can communicate among themselves using fibre optic networks.

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05:39 NewScientist.Com AI can help historians restore ancient texts from damaged inscriptions

An AI tool developed by DeepMind can help historians restore ancient Greek texts with 72 per cent accuracy, and date inscriptions to within 30 years of their true age

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00:25 ScienceDaily.com New insight into machine-learning error estimation

Scientists are evaluating machine-learning models using transfer learning principles.

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09.03.2022
19:54 Nature.Com AI minds the gap and fills in missing Greek inscriptions

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19:54 Nature.Com AI predicts the effectiveness and evolution of gene promoter sequences

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19:54 Nature.Com The AI that deciphers ancient Greek graffiti

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19:54 Nature.Com The AI historian: A new tool to decipher ancient texts

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19:08 Phys.org Europium and light: An innovative platform for quantum computers and communications

The ability to interact with light provides important functionalities for quantum systems, such as communicating over large distances, a key ability for future quantum computers. However, it is very difficult to find a material that can fully exploit the quantum properties of light. A research team from the CNRS and l'Université de Strasbourg, with support from Chimie ParisTech-PSL and in collaboration with German teams from KIT, has demonstrated the potential of a new material based on rare earths as a photonic quantum system. The results, which were published on 9 March 2022 in Nature, show the potential of europium molecular crystals for quantum memories and computers.

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15:27 Optics.org €3 million Danish consortium PhotoQ to create photonic quantum computer...

...and Xanadu collaborating with GlobalFoundries to develop high-volume manufacturing of photonic chips for quantum computers.

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13:49 TechnologyReview.com AI is helping treat healthcare as if it’s a supply chain problem

Running a healthcare system is like juggling bees. Millions of moving pieces—from mobile clinics to testing kits—need to be in the right places at the right time. That’s even harder to do in countries with limited resources and endemic disease. But getting stuff where it’s needed is a problem big companies deal with all the…

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08.03.2022
20:23 Phys.org Artificial intelligence can identify students who need extra help

A pilot study of the use of artificial intelligence to detect the needs of students in remote learning has concluded that the data obtained can be used by teachers to offer help to the students who most need it. The research, carried out in conjunction with the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), the Eurecat technological center and the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, will help solve one of the biggest problems faced by off-site education, which has become more widespread during the pandemic: how to obtain information concerning the progress of students in order to provide them with the necessary support before it is too late.

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16:01 ScientificAmerican.Com AI Helps Small City Pull Toxic Lead Water Service Lines from the Ground Faster

Benton Harbor, Mich., needs to exhume thousands of corroded lines, and a machine learning algorithm is helping to figure out where to dig first. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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14:39 Technology.org Using AI in Electrocardiogram Analysis Can Improve Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a leading cause of sudden death in adolescents and initial detection is often difficult.

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13:55 Technology.org AI | Dialog Systems Part 6: How to Train User Intent Classifier

In Part 5 of this Technology.org series on Dialog Systems, we have shown you how simple operations with

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00:31 Phys.org Decoding pig emotions with a machine learning algorithm

We can now decode pigs' emotions. Using thousands of acoustic recordings gathered throughout the lives of pigs, from their births to deaths, an international team of researchers is the first in the world to translate pig grunts into actual emotions across an extended number of conditions and life stages. The research is led by the University of Copenhagen, the ETH Zurich and the France's National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE), and can be used to improve animal welfare in the future.

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07.03.2022
22:34 ScienceDaily.com Harnessing AI and Robotics to treat spinal cord injuries

By employing artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics to formulate therapeutic proteins, a team has successfully stabilized an enzyme able to degrade scar tissue resulting from spinal cord injuries and promote tissue regeneration. The study details the team's ground-breaking stabilization of the enzyme Chondroitinase ABC, (ChABC) offering new hope for patients coping with spinal cord injuries.

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19:09 QuantaMagazine.org In New Math Proofs, Artificial Intelligence Plays to Win

A new computer program fashioned after artificial intelligence systems like AlphaGo has solved several open problems in combinatorics and graph theory. The post In New Math Proofs, Artificial Intelligence Plays to Win first appeared on Quanta Magazine

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18:51 Nanowerk.com Researchers harness AI and robotics to formulate therapeutic proteins for treating spinal cord injuries

By employing artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics to formulate therapeutic proteins, researchers have successfully stabilized an enzyme able to degrade scar tissue resulting from spinal cord injuries and promote tissue regeneration. The study offers new hope for patients coping with spinal cord injuries.

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09:13 Technology.org First do not fall: learning to exploit the environment with a damaged humanoid robot

Humanoid robots are versatile and can be deployed in risky and complex situations, like industrial disasters or space

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05.03.2022
11:11 Nanowerk.com AI-designed protein awakens silenced genes, one by one

Technique allows researchers to toggle on individual genes that regulate cell growth, development and function.

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04.03.2022
23:16 ScienceDaily.com AI helped protect businesses from COVID-19 risks

A new study has found that artificial intelligence (AI) apps helped protect small and medium-sized businesses against many of the risks that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic -- yet only a quarter of small firms currently use them.

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22:46 ScienceDaily.com Artificial intelligence predicts algae potential as alternative energy source

Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists are using artificial intelligence to set a new world record for producing algae as a reliable, economic source for biofuel that can be used as an alternative fuel source for jet aircraft and other transportation needs.

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20:30 Nanowerk.com Artificial intelligence predicts algae potential as alternative energy source

Scientists are using artificial intelligence to set a new world record for producing algae as a reliable, economic source for biofuel that can be used as an alternative fuel source for jet aircraft and other transportation needs.

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20:08 ScienceDaily.com 'Fingerprint' machine learning technique identifies different bacteria in seconds

Bacterial identification can take hours and often longer -- precious time when diagnosing infections and selecting appropriate treatments. There may be a quicker, more accurate process. By teaching a deep learning algorithm to identify the 'fingerprint' spectra of the molecular components of various bacteria, the researchers could classify various bacteria in different media with accuracies up to 98%.

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18:44 LiveScience.com Nuclear fusion is one step closer with new AI breakthrough

The green energy revolution promised by nuclear fusion is step closer, thanks to the first successful use of artificial intelligence to shape hydrogen plasmas inside a fusion reactor.

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18:44 Phys.org Machine learning could help scientists design better viral diagnostics

Researchers have developed an automated method that predicts the effectiveness of viral diagnostic tests and designs optimized ones.

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16:14 Phys.org 'Fingerprint' machine learning technique identifies different bacteria in seconds

Bacterial identification can take hours and often longer, precious time when diagnosing infections and selecting appropriate treatments. There may be a quicker, more accurate process according to researchers at KAIST. By teaching a deep learning algorithm to identify the "fingerprint" spectra of the molecular components of various bacteria, the researchers could classify various bacteria in different media with accuracies of up to 98%.

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11:51 Nanowerk.com 'Fingerprint' machine learning technique identifies different bacteria in seconds

By teaching a deep learning algorithm to identify the 'fingerprint' spectra of the molecular components of various bacteria, researchers could classify various bacteria in different media with accuracies of up to 98%.

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02.03.2022
19:37 Nanowerk.com Using two different elements creates new possibilities in hybrid atomic quantum computers

A new study opens bigger and better possibilities for quantum technologies of the future. For the first time, researchers were able to make an array of atomic qubits out of atoms from more than one element. They also did so at a much larger scale than previously thought possible.

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19:37 Phys.org Using two different elements creates new possibilities in hybrid atomic quantum computers

Qubits, the building blocks of quantum computers, can be made from many different technologies. One way to make a qubit is to trap a single neutral atom in place using a focused laser, a technique that won the Nobel Prize in 2018. 

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16:05 Technology.org Study examines how machine learning boosts manufacturing

Researchers surveyed 100 high-performing companies to determine which of them are leading adopters of machine intelligence and data

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14:02 Technology.org AI-designed protein awakens silenced genes, one by one

Technique allows researchers to toggle on individual genes that regulate cell growth, development and function.  By combining CRISPR

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05:13 ScienceDaily.com Hyperspectral sensing and AI pave new path for monitoring soil carbon

Just how much carbon is in the soil? That's a tough question to answer at large spatial scales, but understanding soil organic carbon at regional, national, or global scales could help scientists predict overall soil health, crop productivity, and even worldwide carbon cycles.

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01.03.2022
23:36 ScienceDaily.com Machine learning improves human speech recognition

To understand how hearing loss impacts people, researchers study people's ability to recognize speech, and hearing aid algorithms are often used to improve human speech recognition. Researchers explore a human speech recognition model based on machine learning and deep neural networks. They calculated how many words per sentence a listener understands using automatic speech recognition. The study consisted of eight normal-hearing and 20 hearing-impaired listeners who were exposed to a variety of complex noises that mask the speech.

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21:08 Phys.org Hyperspectral sensing and AI pave new path for monitoring soil carbon

Just how much carbon is in the soil? That's a tough question to answer at large spatial scales, but understanding soil organic carbon at regional, national, or global scales could help scientists predict overall soil health, crop productivity, and even worldwide carbon cycles. 

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20:53 Phys.org AI-designed protein awakens silenced genes, one by one

By combining CRISPR technology with a protein designed with artificial intelligence, it is possible to awaken individual dormant genes by disabling the chemical "off switches" that silence them. Researchers from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle describe this finding in the journal Cell Reports.

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15:13 Photonics.com Momenta Invests in Overview AI’s Smart Manufacturing Software Solution

Computer vision company Overview AI held a $10 million Series A fundraising round, led by Blumberg Capital. Additional backers include Momenta, which is also a primary investor. Google Ventures and Alumni Ventures are new backers of the venture. Previous investors include AME Cloud Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, and GFC Global Founders Capital. “We believe that Overview’s AI solution works in any production setting,” said Michael Dolbec, managing partner at Momenta. Overview’s software captures images items that moves along a manufacturing line, flagging any flaws for removal, and storing the images in a searchable database. The software solution analyzes an image database to determine the exact number of...

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15:07 Technology.org Using artificial intelligence to find anomalies hiding in massive datasets

A new machine-learning technique could pinpoint potential power grid failures or cascading traffic bottlenecks in real time. Identifying

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14:05 Technology.org Injecting fairness into machine-learning models

A new technique boosts models’ ability to reduce bias, even if the dataset used to train the model

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13:13 Technology.org AI is helping scientists explain our brain

The brain is often called a black box, but any neuroscientist who has looked inside knows that’s a

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28.02.2022
20:13 TechnologyReview.com The AI promise: Put IT on autopilot

Sercompe Business Technology provides essential cloud services to roughly 60 corporate clients, supporting a total of about 50,000 users. So, it’s crucial that the Joinville, Brazil, company’s underlying IT infrastructure deliver reliable service with predictably high performance. But with a complex IT environment that includes more than 2,000 virtual machines and 1 petabyte—equivalent to a…

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03:43 ScienceDaily.com Machine learning antibiotic prescriptions can help minimize resistance spread

Researchers find personalized antibiotic prescriptions can reduce the emergence of antibiotic resistance.

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27.02.2022
18:12 Technology.org Artificial Intelligence to Predict Treatment Success from Early CT Scans

Artificial intelligence is poised to revolutionize the field of radiology as a tool to improve disease detection, diagnosis,

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16:13 Technology.org AI tool could help plan NYS’s transition to clean electrical power

Cornell engineers have developed a powerful artificial intelligence tool that could help New York state and other governments

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