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Contributing to the utilization of big data! Developing new data learning methods for artificial …

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 09:05

A research group has developed a new learning method for artificial intelligence that combines classification performance for data with multiple …


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Artificial Intelligence Google Microsoft | | thedailystar.com

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 09:01

Artificial Intelligence Google Microsoft. In this file photo, Zoubin Ghahramani, vice president of research at Google, speaks at the Google AI@ …


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Imaging Mass Cytometry Discovers Tumor Microenvironment Features Predicting Lung …

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 08:59

Researchers applied a deep-learning approach to generate a model to predict lung cancer progression based on the tumor microenvironment.


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Opinion: Artificial intelligence is taking over our brains. Are we going to just let it happen?

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 08:59

Machine-learning AI, such as ChatGPT, could bring immense opportunity – or it could pose an existential threat to our world, if we don't confront …


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Dassault Systèmes Developed a New Data Science Solution to Allow Renault Group to …

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 08:47

PA) today announced that Renault Group is leveraging the data science capabilities of Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE platform to understand the …


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OpenAI’s New AI-Detector Isn’t Great at Detecting AI – Gizmodo

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 08:43

OpenAI, the artificial intelligence company behind viral text-generator ChatGPT, has released a new AI tool intended to help manage the mess …


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The Worldwide Automotive Artificial Intelligence Industry is Predicted to Reach $34.3 Billion by 2030

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 08:35

Dublin, Feb. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The "Automotive Artificial Intelligence Market by Component, Technology, and Application: Global …


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Redfin CEO: Artificial Intelligence Will Save Weak Real Estate Marketing – Inman

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 08:22

Redfin CEO: Artificial intelligence will save weak real estate marketing. Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman acknowledged on Wednesday that, …


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Data insights startup raises £2.9m in seed round – BusinessCloud

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 08:18

While deep learning has shown its strength in understanding unstructured data in recent years, data tooling has not yet caught up.


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Discovering governing equations from data using sparse identification and deep learning methods

Home AI - 2 Únor, 2023 - 01:34

I will present our latest work that addresses this challenge using deep learning and sparse identification methods. First, I will demonstrate how …


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Watch This Shape-Shifting Robot Melt to Escape a Cage, Then Reform

Singularity HUB - 1 Únor, 2023 - 16:00

Flight. Invisibility. Mind-reading. Super-strength. These powers have mostly been limited to the realms of science fiction and fantasy, though we’re starting to see robots and computers replicate some of them. Now a small robot built by an international team has a new superpower: shape-shifting. Or perhaps a more accurate name would be… state-shifting.

Described in a paper published last week in Matter, the robot can go from a solid state to a liquid state based on manipulation of the magnetic fields around it. The team developed the robot as an attempt to get the best of both worlds in terms of robotic properties and capabilities. Hard robots often can’t access certain spaces because of their inflexible bodies, while flexible robots lack strength and durability. Why not make a bot that can do it all?

Credit: Wang and Pan et al. under CC BY-SA

Videos show the robot “escaping” from a cage and extracting a ball from a model of a human stomach. The researchers say it could have all kinds of real-world applications, from performing tasks in tight spaces (like soldering a circuit board) to accessing parts of the body that are hard to reach (like the inside of the intestines) to acting as a universal screw by melting and reforming into a screw socket.

The robot is made primarily of gallium, a soft, silvery metal that’s used in electronic circuits, semiconductors, and LEDs. Its most useful feature in this case is its very low melting point: gallium melts at a cool 85.57 degrees Fahrenheit (29.76 degrees Celsius). That’s just slightly above room temperature (in a warm room, admittedly), or the outdoor temperature on a midsummer day.

The team sprinkled magnetic particles throughout the gallium, and these are key to the robot’s functionality.

“The magnetic particles here have two roles,” said the paper’s senior author and mechanical engineer Carmel Majidi of Carnegie Mellon University. “One is that they make the material responsive to an alternating magnetic field, so you can, through induction, heat up the material and cause the phase change. But the magnetic particles also give the robots mobility and the ability to move in response to the magnetic field.”

Gallium’s low melting point meant that exposing it to a rapidly-changing magnetic field generated enough electricity within the metal to cause it to heat up and melt. In the “prison break” experiment the researchers set up, the robot escaped its cell and re-solidified into its original form on the other side. It should be noted that the bot isn’t yet able to re-assume its original form without help, though; there was a mold waiting for it outside the cell.

Despite not having quite reached Terminator status, the ease with which the robot’s state can be manipulated could give it a major advantage over existing phase-shifting materials, which tend to require heat guns or electrical currents to go from solid to liquid. The gallium-based bot is also more fluid in its liquid form than similar materials.

When they used it in a model of a human stomach to remove an object, the solid robot was able to move quickly to the object, melt down, surround the object, coalesce back into a solid, and move out of the stomach with the object. The team noted that although the robot worked well in the model, pure gallium would quickly melt inside a real human body; they’d have to add metals like bismuth and tin to raise the material’s melting point for use in biomedical applications.

Manipulated by magnetic fields, the robot removes a foreign object from a model human stomach. Credit: Wang and Pan et al. under CC BY-SA

“What we’re showing are just one-off demonstrations, proofs of concept, but much more study will be required to delve into how this could actually be used for drug delivery or for removing foreign objects,” said Majidi.

The team got some of their inspiration for the robot from sea cucumbers, which can quickly change their stiffness back and forth. They call their invention a “magnetoactive solid-liquid phase transitional machine.” Using magnetic fields, the robots were also able to jump over moats, climb walls, and support heavy weight.

The next step is for the team to search for more real-world applications for their technology, and tweak its properties accordingly. Chengfeng Pan, an engineer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong who led the study, said, “Now we’re pushing this material system in more practical ways to solve some very specific medical and engineering problems.”

Image Credit: Q. Wang et al/Matter 2023 (CC BY-SA)

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Watch This Shape-Shifting Robot Melt to Escape a Cage, Then Reform

Singularity HUB - 1 Únor, 2023 - 16:00

Flight. Invisibility. Mind-reading. Super-strength. These powers have mostly been limited to the realms of science fiction and fantasy, though we’re starting to see robots and computers replicate some of them. Now a small robot built by an international team has a new superpower: shape-shifting. Or perhaps a more accurate name would be… state-shifting.

Described in a paper published last week in Matter, the robot can go from a solid state to a liquid state based on manipulation of the magnetic fields around it. The team developed the robot as an attempt to get the best of both worlds in terms of robotic properties and capabilities. Hard robots often can’t access certain spaces because of their inflexible bodies, while flexible robots lack strength and durability. Why not make a bot that can do it all?

Videos show the robot “escaping” from a cage and extracting a ball from a model of a human stomach. The researchers say it could have all kinds of real-world applications, from performing tasks in tight spaces (like soldering a circuit board) to accessing parts of the body that are hard to reach (like the inside of the intestines) to acting as a universal screw by melting and reforming into a screw socket.

The robot is made primarily of gallium, a soft, silvery metal that’s used in electronic circuits, semiconductors, and LEDs. Its most useful feature in this case is its very low melting point: gallium melts at a cool 85.57 degrees Fahrenheit (29.76 degrees Celsius). That’s just slightly above room temperature (in a warm room, admittedly), or the outdoor temperature on a midsummer day.

The team sprinkled magnetic particles throughout the gallium, and these are key to the robot’s functionality.

“The magnetic particles here have two roles,” said the paper’s senior author and mechanical engineer Carmel Majidi of Carnegie Mellon University. “One is that they make the material responsive to an alternating magnetic field, so you can, through induction, heat up the material and cause the phase change. But the magnetic particles also give the robots mobility and the ability to move in response to the magnetic field.”

Gallium’s low melting point meant that exposing it to a rapidly-changing magnetic field generated enough electricity within the metal to cause it to heat up and melt. In the “prison break” experiment the researchers set up, the robot escaped its cell and re-solidified into its original form on the other side. It should be noted that the bot isn’t yet able to re-assume its original form without help, though; there was a mold waiting for it outside the cell.

Despite not having quite reached Terminator status, the ease with which the robot’s state can be manipulated could give it a major advantage over existing phase-shifting materials, which tend to require heat guns or electrical currents to go from solid to liquid. The gallium-based bot is also more fluid in its liquid form than similar materials.

When they used it in a model of a human stomach to remove an object, the solid robot was able to move quickly to the object, melt down, surround the object, coalesce back into a solid, and move out of the stomach with the object. The team noted that although the robot worked well in the model, pure gallium would quickly melt inside a real human body; they’d have to add metals like bismuth and tin to raise the material’s melting point for use in biomedical applications.

“What we’re showing are just one-off demonstrations, proofs of concept, but much more study will be required to delve into how this could actually be used for drug delivery or for removing foreign objects,” said Majidi.

The team got some of their inspiration for the robot from sea cucumbers, which can quickly change their stiffness back and forth. They call their invention a “magnetoactive solid-liquid phase transitional machine.” Using magnetic fields, the robots were also able to jump over moats, climb walls, and support heavy weight.

The next step is for the team to search for more real-world applications for their technology, and tweak its properties accordingly. Chengfeng Pan, an engineer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong who led the study, said, “Now we’re pushing this material system in more practical ways to solve some very specific medical and engineering problems.”

Image Credit: Q. Wang et al/Matter 2023 (CC BY-SA)

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Top Synthetic Data Tools/Startups For Machine Learning Models in 2023 – MarkTechPost

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 09:49

Synthetic data is generated algorithmically and used to train machine learning models, validate mathematical models, and act as a stand-in for …


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Artificial intelligence uncovers unknown play by Spanish great in library archive – The Hindu

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 09:28

Artificial intelligence technology uncovered a previously unknown play by one of the nation's greatest authors, Felix Lope de Vega.


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‘Make AI work for India’: Union Budget 2023 introduces big plans for artificial intelligence

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 09:22

The Indian government plans to set up three "Centers of Excellence for Artificial Intelligence" in top educational institutions.


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Throwing a lasso around the chaos of unstructured content, Instill AI ropes in $3.6 million

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 09:12

Advancements in the field of deep learning have helped in detangling this particularly useful ball of unstructured data yarn, data tooling hasn't …


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The steam engine changed the world. Artificial intelligence could destroy it. – The Boston Globe

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 09:09

Artificial intelligence could destroy it. The US and China have to stop thinking of AI as an arms race. By Will Henshall …


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ChatGPT’s creator Open AI launches new tool that detects if text is written by artificial …

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 08:58

Creator of ChatGPT launches a tool to identify text generated by artificial intelligence after states move to ban its use in public schools over …


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Cancer Genomics: Technological innovation set to fuel research breakthroughs – Labiotech

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 08:51

Finally, modern sequencing machines are backed by sophisticated AI and deep learning techniques. This enables researchers to conduct deeper …


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AI and machine learning to shake up trading floors, JP Morgan survey shows – CityAM

Home AI - 1 Únor, 2023 - 08:24

Artificial intelligence and machine learning is set to transform trading over the next three years, a JP Morgan survey shows, …


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