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First Living Robots That can Reproduce

First Living Robots That can Reproduce

Artificial Intelligence Research
Dec 1, 2021
AI-Enabled Sensors for Parts Machining Set to Improve Quality

AI-Enabled Sensors for Parts Machining Set to Improve Quality

The SENSYCUT project aims to create low-cost, nano-scale resolution sensors and cutting tools for machining operations of high value aerospace products, to increase precision, lower costs and prevent manufacturing errors.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 30, 2021
Grover, the Farming Assistance Robot

Grover, the Farming Assistance Robot

Grover is not your average farmer. It can lift more than 1,000 pounds and assists in the monitoring, watering, and harvesting of a wide variety of crops, from leafy greens to strawberries.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 29, 2021
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Health Rehabilitation

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Health Rehabilitation

Researchers have developed a robotic device that provides an innovative motor and cognitive rehabilitation service that can be used at health centres as well as at home. The team has developed a platform made up of four elements: a robot that interacts with the patient, an artificial intelligence system that uses a 3D sensor to control the robot, an application that can be used by health care staff to set up and track sessions, and a cloud-based storage system which contains information and analytics from all of the rehabilitation processes.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 24, 2021
Fighting Blood Diseases with Artificial Intelligence

Fighting Blood Diseases with Artificial Intelligence

Every day, cytologists around the world use optical microscopes to analyze and classify samples of bone marrow cells thousands of times. This method to diagnose blood diseases was established more than 150 years ago, but it suffers from being very complex. Looking for rare but diagnostically important cells is both a laborious and time-consuming task. Artificial intelligence has the potential to boost this method - however it needs a large amount of high-quality data to train an AI algorithm.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 22, 2021
Eye Movements Read by AI Reveal Thoughts, Memories - and Brain Disease

Eye Movements Read by AI Reveal Thoughts, Memories - and Brain Disease

Whenever you explore an environment or search for something, you scan the scene using continuous rapid eye movements. Your eyes also make short stops to fixate on certain elements of the scene that you want more detailed information about. The way you move your eyes and the selection of details you fixate your gaze upon can be summed up as your viewing behaviour.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 18, 2021
Machine Learning Helps to Locally Restore Wetlands

Machine Learning Helps to Locally Restore Wetlands

Worldwide, coastal wetlands like salt marshes and mangroves are increasingly recognized as valuable natural defenses that protect coasts. Tidal salt marshes enhance flood safety by being 'wave absorbers' that protect the dikes behind them, and by being 'flood fighters' that lower the flood depth by limiting the size of breaches when a dike would fail during severe storms. This raises the question if we can establish and restore these wetlands where needed, now that the sea level is rising, and storms become stronger and more frequent.
External Company Press Release
Nexa3D Partners with Oqton for Dental Appliances

Nexa3D Partners with Oqton for Dental Appliances

Nexa3D announced that it partnered with AI-powered manufacturing software leader Oqton to meet the growing demand for additively manufactured patient specific dental appliances and aligners worldwide.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 17, 2021
Join the Free IDTechEx Webinar on Agricultural Robotics

Join the Free IDTechEx Webinar on Agricultural Robotics

Thursday 18 November 2021 - Can Technology Innovation Awaken a Sleeping Giant? This webinar includes a summary of the key issues facing global agriculture; emerging applications of agricultural robotics; an overview of some of the key developments in the field; and much more.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 15, 2021
CyborGoats find their way into Norwegian villages

CyborGoats find their way into Norwegian villages

When grazing goats that are wearing this new technology hear a beep, it alerts them to stay within the invisible boundary of the grazing area. If they don't, a digital collar around their necks gives them a small electric shock.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 12, 2021
Upcoming Webinar - The Development of 5g in 2021 and Its Prospects

Upcoming Webinar - The Development of 5g in 2021 and Its Prospects

Wednesday 17 November 2021 - Over the last year, we've seen an increasing number of 5G consumer network rollouts and field testing around the world. This webinar discusses an overview of 5G development; 5G commercial deployment; an overview of 5G application; and much more.
External Company Press Release
CSUG & Teledyne e2v Unveil AI-Enabled Smart Nanosatellite

CSUG & Teledyne e2v Unveil AI-Enabled Smart Nanosatellite

Designed for implementation in a 6U CubeSat (of 10cm x 20cm x 30cm dimensions), the QlevEr Sat demo is the latest development in an ongoing collaboration between CSUG and Teledyne e2v that was first established four years ago.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 11, 2021
Algorithm Powered Bionic Clothing for People with Mobility Differences

Algorithm Powered Bionic Clothing for People with Mobility Differences

Cionic, a company committed to improving the lives of people with mobility differences by helping them move more independently through bionic clothing, has conducted trials in the San Francisco Bay Area that resulted in an average improvement of 143% to foot drop across trial participants of Cionic's Neural Sleeve gait study.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 9, 2021
Ensuring Accuracy in 3D Printed Jet Engine Parts

Ensuring Accuracy in 3D Printed Jet Engine Parts

Precision and quality are key in additive manufacturing, especially when it is being used to create heat-resistant metal parts for applications such as jet engines, rockets or other high temperature environments. A team of engineers is using machine learning to monitor and mitigate defects that occur in additive manufacturing.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 5, 2021
ReSkin Could Help Researchers Discover a Sense of Touch

ReSkin Could Help Researchers Discover a Sense of Touch

Picking up a blueberry or grape without squishing it isn't hard, but try teaching it to a robot. The same goes for walking on ice, turning a key to unlock a door or cooking a favorite dish. When it comes to the senses, touch remains a challenge for artificial intelligence and robotics researchers.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 4, 2021
Researchers Boost Human Mental Function with Brain Stimulation

Researchers Boost Human Mental Function with Brain Stimulation

In a pilot human study, researchers show it is possible to improve specific human brain functions related to self-control and mental flexibility by merging artificial intelligence with targeted electrical brain stimulation.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 3, 2021
5G mmWave Large-Scale Rollout: IDTechEx Discusses If and When

5G mmWave Large-Scale Rollout: IDTechEx Discusses If and When

5G has two new frequency bands: sub-6 GHz (3.5 - 7 GHz) and mmWave (>24 GHz). 5G sub-6 GHz, with a frequency relatively close to the 4G frequency range, does not receive as much attention as the other new frequency band - mmWave. Even though there has been a lot of buzz surrounding mmWave, has this technology been extensively adopted? What are the pain points in the mmWave industry? What are its prospects for the future?
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 2, 2021
Smartwatch-Based Algorithm to Detect Early Signs of COVID-19

Smartwatch-Based Algorithm to Detect Early Signs of COVID-19

Researchers have announced the development of a viral detection algorithm for smartwatches. . The algorithm will be commercialized by physIQ, which develops solutions designed to improve health care outcomes by applying artificial intelligence to real-time physiological data from wearable sensors.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 1, 2021
AI Accelerates Search for Markers of Resistance to Sugarcane Disease

AI Accelerates Search for Markers of Resistance to Sugarcane Disease

Yellow leaf disease, a major sugarcane pest in Brazil, is caused by a virus resistant to thermal treatment. An infected plantation can be saved only by growing plantlets in tissue culture in the laboratory and planting them out, a time-consuming process that requires specialized infrastructure and personnel.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Oct 29, 2021
All About Eve: AI Model to Interpret Human Gene Variants

All About Eve: AI Model to Interpret Human Gene Variants

Researchers have designed an AI tool called EVE (Evolutionary model of Variant Effect), which uses a sophisticated type of machine learning to detect patterns of genetic variation across hundreds of thousands of nonhuman species and then use them to make predictions about the meaning of variations in human genes.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Dec 1, 2021
AI-Enabled Sensors for Parts Machining Set to Improve Quality

AI-Enabled Sensors for Parts Machining Set to Improve Quality

The SENSYCUT project aims to create low-cost, nano-scale resolution sensors and cutting tools for machining operations of high value aerospace products, to increase precision, lower costs and prevent manufacturing errors.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 29, 2021
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Health Rehabilitation

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Health Rehabilitation

Researchers have developed a robotic device that provides an innovative motor and cognitive rehabilitation service that can be used at health centres as well as at home. The team has developed a platform made up of four elements: a robot that interacts with the patient, an artificial intelligence system that uses a 3D sensor to control the robot, an application that can be used by health care staff to set up and track sessions, and a cloud-based storage system which contains information and analytics from all of the rehabilitation processes.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 22, 2021
Eye Movements Read by AI Reveal Thoughts, Memories - and Brain Disease

Eye Movements Read by AI Reveal Thoughts, Memories - and Brain Disease

Whenever you explore an environment or search for something, you scan the scene using continuous rapid eye movements. Your eyes also make short stops to fixate on certain elements of the scene that you want more detailed information about. The way you move your eyes and the selection of details you fixate your gaze upon can be summed up as your viewing behaviour.
External Company Press Release
Nexa3D Partners with Oqton for Dental Appliances

Nexa3D Partners with Oqton for Dental Appliances

Nexa3D announced that it partnered with AI-powered manufacturing software leader Oqton to meet the growing demand for additively manufactured patient specific dental appliances and aligners worldwide.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 15, 2021
CyborGoats find their way into Norwegian villages

CyborGoats find their way into Norwegian villages

When grazing goats that are wearing this new technology hear a beep, it alerts them to stay within the invisible boundary of the grazing area. If they don't, a digital collar around their necks gives them a small electric shock.
External Company Press Release
CSUG & Teledyne e2v Unveil AI-Enabled Smart Nanosatellite

CSUG & Teledyne e2v Unveil AI-Enabled Smart Nanosatellite

Designed for implementation in a 6U CubeSat (of 10cm x 20cm x 30cm dimensions), the QlevEr Sat demo is the latest development in an ongoing collaboration between CSUG and Teledyne e2v that was first established four years ago.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 9, 2021
Ensuring Accuracy in 3D Printed Jet Engine Parts

Ensuring Accuracy in 3D Printed Jet Engine Parts

Precision and quality are key in additive manufacturing, especially when it is being used to create heat-resistant metal parts for applications such as jet engines, rockets or other high temperature environments. A team of engineers is using machine learning to monitor and mitigate defects that occur in additive manufacturing.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 4, 2021
Researchers Boost Human Mental Function with Brain Stimulation

Researchers Boost Human Mental Function with Brain Stimulation

In a pilot human study, researchers show it is possible to improve specific human brain functions related to self-control and mental flexibility by merging artificial intelligence with targeted electrical brain stimulation.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 2, 2021
Smartwatch-Based Algorithm to Detect Early Signs of COVID-19

Smartwatch-Based Algorithm to Detect Early Signs of COVID-19

Researchers have announced the development of a viral detection algorithm for smartwatches. . The algorithm will be commercialized by physIQ, which develops solutions designed to improve health care outcomes by applying artificial intelligence to real-time physiological data from wearable sensors.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Oct 29, 2021
All About Eve: AI Model to Interpret Human Gene Variants

All About Eve: AI Model to Interpret Human Gene Variants

Researchers have designed an AI tool called EVE (Evolutionary model of Variant Effect), which uses a sophisticated type of machine learning to detect patterns of genetic variation across hundreds of thousands of nonhuman species and then use them to make predictions about the meaning of variations in human genes.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 30, 2021
Grover, the Farming Assistance Robot

Grover, the Farming Assistance Robot

Grover is not your average farmer. It can lift more than 1,000 pounds and assists in the monitoring, watering, and harvesting of a wide variety of crops, from leafy greens to strawberries.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 24, 2021
Fighting Blood Diseases with Artificial Intelligence

Fighting Blood Diseases with Artificial Intelligence

Every day, cytologists around the world use optical microscopes to analyze and classify samples of bone marrow cells thousands of times. This method to diagnose blood diseases was established more than 150 years ago, but it suffers from being very complex. Looking for rare but diagnostically important cells is both a laborious and time-consuming task. Artificial intelligence has the potential to boost this method - however it needs a large amount of high-quality data to train an AI algorithm.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 18, 2021
Machine Learning Helps to Locally Restore Wetlands

Machine Learning Helps to Locally Restore Wetlands

Worldwide, coastal wetlands like salt marshes and mangroves are increasingly recognized as valuable natural defenses that protect coasts. Tidal salt marshes enhance flood safety by being 'wave absorbers' that protect the dikes behind them, and by being 'flood fighters' that lower the flood depth by limiting the size of breaches when a dike would fail during severe storms. This raises the question if we can establish and restore these wetlands where needed, now that the sea level is rising, and storms become stronger and more frequent.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 17, 2021
Join the Free IDTechEx Webinar on Agricultural Robotics

Join the Free IDTechEx Webinar on Agricultural Robotics

Thursday 18 November 2021 - Can Technology Innovation Awaken a Sleeping Giant? This webinar includes a summary of the key issues facing global agriculture; emerging applications of agricultural robotics; an overview of some of the key developments in the field; and much more.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 12, 2021
Upcoming Webinar - The Development of 5g in 2021 and Its Prospects

Upcoming Webinar - The Development of 5g in 2021 and Its Prospects

Wednesday 17 November 2021 - Over the last year, we've seen an increasing number of 5G consumer network rollouts and field testing around the world. This webinar discusses an overview of 5G development; 5G commercial deployment; an overview of 5G application; and much more.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 11, 2021
Algorithm Powered Bionic Clothing for People with Mobility Differences

Algorithm Powered Bionic Clothing for People with Mobility Differences

Cionic, a company committed to improving the lives of people with mobility differences by helping them move more independently through bionic clothing, has conducted trials in the San Francisco Bay Area that resulted in an average improvement of 143% to foot drop across trial participants of Cionic's Neural Sleeve gait study.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 5, 2021
ReSkin Could Help Researchers Discover a Sense of Touch

ReSkin Could Help Researchers Discover a Sense of Touch

Picking up a blueberry or grape without squishing it isn't hard, but try teaching it to a robot. The same goes for walking on ice, turning a key to unlock a door or cooking a favorite dish. When it comes to the senses, touch remains a challenge for artificial intelligence and robotics researchers.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 3, 2021
5G mmWave Large-Scale Rollout: IDTechEx Discusses If and When

5G mmWave Large-Scale Rollout: IDTechEx Discusses If and When

5G has two new frequency bands: sub-6 GHz (3.5 - 7 GHz) and mmWave (>24 GHz). 5G sub-6 GHz, with a frequency relatively close to the 4G frequency range, does not receive as much attention as the other new frequency band - mmWave. Even though there has been a lot of buzz surrounding mmWave, has this technology been extensively adopted? What are the pain points in the mmWave industry? What are its prospects for the future?
Artificial Intelligence Research
Nov 1, 2021
AI Accelerates Search for Markers of Resistance to Sugarcane Disease

AI Accelerates Search for Markers of Resistance to Sugarcane Disease

Yellow leaf disease, a major sugarcane pest in Brazil, is caused by a virus resistant to thermal treatment. An infected plantation can be saved only by growing plantlets in tissue culture in the laboratory and planting them out, a time-consuming process that requires specialized infrastructure and personnel.
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