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Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 22, 2022
Biologists Train AI to Generate Medicines and Vaccines

Biologists Train AI to Generate Medicines and Vaccines

Scientists have developed artificial intelligence software that can create proteins that may be useful as vaccines, cancer treatments, or even tools for pulling carbon pollution out of the air.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 21, 2022
Webinar: Thermal Material Opportunities for ADAS and Autonomy

Webinar: Thermal Material Opportunities for ADAS and Autonomy

Thursday 28 July 2022 - this free-to-attend webinar will include Autonomy and ADAS in the automotive market; Sensor suites; Thermal management challenges in ADAS; Thermal interface materials for ADAS; Radar radome materials; and Die attach for ADAS.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 20, 2022
Robot Dog Learns to Walk in One Hour

Robot Dog Learns to Walk in One Hour

Researchers have conducted a research study to find out how animals learn to walk and learn from stumbling. They built a four-legged, dog-sized robot, that helped them figure out the details.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part Two

European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part Two

This premium article includes the interviews IDTechEx had at the European Robotics Forum 2022 with agricultural and social robot makers, along with an analysis of robots in the food processing industry, as well as safety measurements providers.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 19, 2022
Bringing 3D Printing to the Moon with Laser and AI

Bringing 3D Printing to the Moon with Laser and AI

Scientists are planning a flight to the Moon to melt lunar dust with laser radiation. In the Moonrise project, the research team wants to explore the question of how we can use lasers to build landing sites, roads or buildings out of lunar dust in the future.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part One

European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part One

This premium article includes the interviews IDTechEx had at the European Robotics Forum 2022 with urban air mobility manufacturers, navigation software providers, service robot manufacturers, and inspection robot manufacturers, as well as some general analysis of the market in each of these industries. For the interviews with agricultural robots, social robots, robots in the food processing industry, and more companies, please refer to the upcoming second part of this event summary on the IDTechEx portal, 'European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part Two'.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 18, 2022
A Robot Learns to Imagine Itself

A Robot Learns to Imagine Itself

We humans acquire our body-model as infants, and robots are following suit. A Cresearch team announced today they have created a robot that—for the first time—is able to learn a model of its entire body from scratch, without any human assistance. The researchers demonstrate how their robot created a kinematic model of itself, and then used its self-model to plan motion, reach goals, and avoid obstacles in a variety of situations. It even automatically recognized and then compensated for damage to its body.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 18, 2022
Machine Learning Identifies Gun Purchasers at Risk of Suicide

Machine Learning Identifies Gun Purchasers at Risk of Suicide

A new study suggests machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence, may help identify handgun purchasers who are at high risk of suicide. It also identified individual and community characteristics that are predictive of firearm suicide.
External Company Press Release
AI Reduces Emissions in the Archipelago

AI Reduces Emissions in the Archipelago

Every summer, ferries transport crowds of visitors between islands in the Swedish archipelago. With the help of a new AI platform, each ferry can now reduce its fuel consumption by 10-25 percent, which contributes to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions. This is according to the results from long-term testing.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Roboshuttles

Roboshuttles

Roboshuttles are a new type of vehicle that we first saw emerging at the start of the last decade. Since then, many companies have shown interest in roboshuttles. They have generated excitement through their small size and bidirectional travel opening new use cases, such as operating in pedestrianised areas. Companies like Navya and EasyMile have been selling roboshuttles to other companies looking to investigate their use in small trials. Some have been able to expand to large trials involving tens to hundreds of units. However, we are starting to see some roboshuttle companies close their doors and others pivot to other vehicle types. While other autonomous technologies are now progressing into commercial trials and even early deployments, roboshuttles appear to be stagnating. This premium article explores and compares more than 25 different companies that have been involved in roboshuttles. IDTechEx has collected data on each of these companies and uses it to provide in-depth analysis and understanding of the roboshuttle industry in this premium article. From investigating the successes and failings within the industry, IDTechEx has formed an opinion about the outlook of roboshuttles and whether they are likely to be a commercial success in the future.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 8, 2022
Written All Over Your Face:  Improved AI for Facial Expression

Written All Over Your Face: Improved AI for Facial Expression

When it comes to our state of mind and emotions, our faces can be quite telling. Facial expression is an essential aspect of nonverbal communication in humans. Even if we cannot explain how we do it, we can usually see in another person's face how they are feeling. In many situations, reading facial expressions is particularly important.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
International Symposium on Robotics (ISR) 2022: Conference Summary

International Symposium on Robotics (ISR) 2022: Conference Summary

IDTechEx attended the International Symposium on Robotics, held in Munich from 20th-21st June. This premium article will look into the keynote sessions and industry presentations from the event.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 6, 2022
Algorithm Predicts Crime a Week in Advance

Algorithm Predicts Crime a Week in Advance

Advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence have sparked interest from governments that would like to use these tools for predictive policing to deter crime. Early efforts at crime prediction have been controversial, however, because they do not account for systemic biases in police enforcement and its complex relationship with crime and society.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Automatica 2022: Machine Vision, End Effectors, and Other Highlights

Automatica 2022: Machine Vision, End Effectors, and Other Highlights

IDTechEx attended the Automatica 2022 event from 21st-22nd June in Munich, Germany. This premium article will explore interviews held with machine vision, end effector, and software companies.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 4, 2022
Wearable Muscles

Wearable Muscles

Researchers have developed a wearable textile exomuscle that serves as an extra layer of muscles. They aim to use it to increase the upper body strength and endurance of people with restricted mobility.
External Company Press Release
MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, an artificial intelligence -enabled drug discovery company, and Mesh Bio, a digital health startup transforming chronic disease management through predictive analytics, announce their partnership to conduct an observational clinical study on patients with chronic metabolic disease and increased risk of complications such as chronic kidney disease. The partnership will provide access to data from patient populations in Asia that have historically been underrepresented in chronic metabolic disease studies.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Automatica 2022: Collaborative, Service, Other Robotics, and Motors

Automatica 2022: Collaborative, Service, Other Robotics, and Motors

IDTechEx attended the Automatica 2022 event from 21st-22nd June in Munich, Germany. This premium article will explore interviews held with cobot, service robot, and other robot companies.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 30, 2022
Autonomous Vehicle Gets Approval to Operate on US Public Road

Autonomous Vehicle Gets Approval to Operate on US Public Road

With this approval, Einride will conduct a public road pilot. The autonomous and electric Einride Pod's design does not leave room for a driver on board and is instead remotely monitored by a Remote Pod Operator, marking this pilot as an industry first for this new type of vehicle.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Autonomous Ships Expo 2022

Event Summary: Autonomous Ships Expo 2022

IDTechEx has seen at Autonomous Ships Expo 2022 that autonomy in ships is a fast-developing area. There are some key areas that are emerging as early adopters and deployers of autonomous technology, while others are developing and gaining confidence in the technology. This premium article covers some key learnings from the Autonomous Ships Expo 2022, highlighting which applications are likely to adopt first, who the key players are, and what selection of sensors are needed.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 30, 2022
The Next Stage in Thermal Materials for 5G

The Next Stage in Thermal Materials for 5G

Whilst much of the "5G" infrastructure is a moderate upgrade on existing 4G technology, there is still plenty of scope for higher frequency deployment such as mmWave devices and very different station types such as small cells. Each of these new developments presents its own technological evolution and with it, thermal challenges.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 22, 2022
Biologists Train AI to Generate Medicines and Vaccines

Biologists Train AI to Generate Medicines and Vaccines

Scientists have developed artificial intelligence software that can create proteins that may be useful as vaccines, cancer treatments, or even tools for pulling carbon pollution out of the air.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 20, 2022
Robot Dog Learns to Walk in One Hour

Robot Dog Learns to Walk in One Hour

Researchers have conducted a research study to find out how animals learn to walk and learn from stumbling. They built a four-legged, dog-sized robot, that helped them figure out the details.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 19, 2022
Bringing 3D Printing to the Moon with Laser and AI

Bringing 3D Printing to the Moon with Laser and AI

Scientists are planning a flight to the Moon to melt lunar dust with laser radiation. In the Moonrise project, the research team wants to explore the question of how we can use lasers to build landing sites, roads or buildings out of lunar dust in the future.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 18, 2022
A Robot Learns to Imagine Itself

A Robot Learns to Imagine Itself

We humans acquire our body-model as infants, and robots are following suit. A Cresearch team announced today they have created a robot that—for the first time—is able to learn a model of its entire body from scratch, without any human assistance. The researchers demonstrate how their robot created a kinematic model of itself, and then used its self-model to plan motion, reach goals, and avoid obstacles in a variety of situations. It even automatically recognized and then compensated for damage to its body.
External Company Press Release
AI Reduces Emissions in the Archipelago

AI Reduces Emissions in the Archipelago

Every summer, ferries transport crowds of visitors between islands in the Swedish archipelago. With the help of a new AI platform, each ferry can now reduce its fuel consumption by 10-25 percent, which contributes to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions. This is according to the results from long-term testing.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 8, 2022
Written All Over Your Face:  Improved AI for Facial Expression

Written All Over Your Face: Improved AI for Facial Expression

When it comes to our state of mind and emotions, our faces can be quite telling. Facial expression is an essential aspect of nonverbal communication in humans. Even if we cannot explain how we do it, we can usually see in another person's face how they are feeling. In many situations, reading facial expressions is particularly important.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 6, 2022
Algorithm Predicts Crime a Week in Advance

Algorithm Predicts Crime a Week in Advance

Advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence have sparked interest from governments that would like to use these tools for predictive policing to deter crime. Early efforts at crime prediction have been controversial, however, because they do not account for systemic biases in police enforcement and its complex relationship with crime and society.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 4, 2022
Wearable Muscles

Wearable Muscles

Researchers have developed a wearable textile exomuscle that serves as an extra layer of muscles. They aim to use it to increase the upper body strength and endurance of people with restricted mobility.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Automatica 2022: Collaborative, Service, Other Robotics, and Motors

Automatica 2022: Collaborative, Service, Other Robotics, and Motors

IDTechEx attended the Automatica 2022 event from 21st-22nd June in Munich, Germany. This premium article will explore interviews held with cobot, service robot, and other robot companies.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Autonomous Ships Expo 2022

Event Summary: Autonomous Ships Expo 2022

IDTechEx has seen at Autonomous Ships Expo 2022 that autonomy in ships is a fast-developing area. There are some key areas that are emerging as early adopters and deployers of autonomous technology, while others are developing and gaining confidence in the technology. This premium article covers some key learnings from the Autonomous Ships Expo 2022, highlighting which applications are likely to adopt first, who the key players are, and what selection of sensors are needed.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 21, 2022
Webinar: Thermal Material Opportunities for ADAS and Autonomy

Webinar: Thermal Material Opportunities for ADAS and Autonomy

Thursday 28 July 2022 - this free-to-attend webinar will include Autonomy and ADAS in the automotive market; Sensor suites; Thermal management challenges in ADAS; Thermal interface materials for ADAS; Radar radome materials; and Die attach for ADAS.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part Two

European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part Two

This premium article includes the interviews IDTechEx had at the European Robotics Forum 2022 with agricultural and social robot makers, along with an analysis of robots in the food processing industry, as well as safety measurements providers.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part One

European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part One

This premium article includes the interviews IDTechEx had at the European Robotics Forum 2022 with urban air mobility manufacturers, navigation software providers, service robot manufacturers, and inspection robot manufacturers, as well as some general analysis of the market in each of these industries. For the interviews with agricultural robots, social robots, robots in the food processing industry, and more companies, please refer to the upcoming second part of this event summary on the IDTechEx portal, 'European Robotics Forum 2022 — Part Two'.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jul 18, 2022
Machine Learning Identifies Gun Purchasers at Risk of Suicide

Machine Learning Identifies Gun Purchasers at Risk of Suicide

A new study suggests machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence, may help identify handgun purchasers who are at high risk of suicide. It also identified individual and community characteristics that are predictive of firearm suicide.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Roboshuttles

Roboshuttles

Roboshuttles are a new type of vehicle that we first saw emerging at the start of the last decade. Since then, many companies have shown interest in roboshuttles. They have generated excitement through their small size and bidirectional travel opening new use cases, such as operating in pedestrianised areas. Companies like Navya and EasyMile have been selling roboshuttles to other companies looking to investigate their use in small trials. Some have been able to expand to large trials involving tens to hundreds of units. However, we are starting to see some roboshuttle companies close their doors and others pivot to other vehicle types. While other autonomous technologies are now progressing into commercial trials and even early deployments, roboshuttles appear to be stagnating. This premium article explores and compares more than 25 different companies that have been involved in roboshuttles. IDTechEx has collected data on each of these companies and uses it to provide in-depth analysis and understanding of the roboshuttle industry in this premium article. From investigating the successes and failings within the industry, IDTechEx has formed an opinion about the outlook of roboshuttles and whether they are likely to be a commercial success in the future.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
International Symposium on Robotics (ISR) 2022: Conference Summary

International Symposium on Robotics (ISR) 2022: Conference Summary

IDTechEx attended the International Symposium on Robotics, held in Munich from 20th-21st June. This premium article will look into the keynote sessions and industry presentations from the event.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Automatica 2022: Machine Vision, End Effectors, and Other Highlights

Automatica 2022: Machine Vision, End Effectors, and Other Highlights

IDTechEx attended the Automatica 2022 event from 21st-22nd June in Munich, Germany. This premium article will explore interviews held with machine vision, end effector, and software companies.
External Company Press Release
MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, Mesh Bio Partner using AI in Medicine, Diagnostics

MultiOmic Health, an artificial intelligence -enabled drug discovery company, and Mesh Bio, a digital health startup transforming chronic disease management through predictive analytics, announce their partnership to conduct an observational clinical study on patients with chronic metabolic disease and increased risk of complications such as chronic kidney disease. The partnership will provide access to data from patient populations in Asia that have historically been underrepresented in chronic metabolic disease studies.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 30, 2022
Autonomous Vehicle Gets Approval to Operate on US Public Road

Autonomous Vehicle Gets Approval to Operate on US Public Road

With this approval, Einride will conduct a public road pilot. The autonomous and electric Einride Pod's design does not leave room for a driver on board and is instead remotely monitored by a Remote Pod Operator, marking this pilot as an industry first for this new type of vehicle.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 30, 2022
The Next Stage in Thermal Materials for 5G

The Next Stage in Thermal Materials for 5G

Whilst much of the "5G" infrastructure is a moderate upgrade on existing 4G technology, there is still plenty of scope for higher frequency deployment such as mmWave devices and very different station types such as small cells. Each of these new developments presents its own technological evolution and with it, thermal challenges.
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