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AI Can Help Some Business But May Not Work for Others

AI Can Help Some Business But May Not Work for Others

Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 31, 2020
AI Can Help With The COVID-19 Crisis, But The right Human Input is Key

AI Can Help With The COVID-19 Crisis, But The right Human Input is Key

Artificial intelligence has the potential to help us tackle the pressing issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not the technology itself, though, that will make the difference but rather the knowledge and creativity of the humans who use it.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 30, 2020
System Trains Driverless Cars in Simulation Before They Hit the Road

System Trains Driverless Cars in Simulation Before They Hit the Road

A simulation system invented at MIT to train driverless cars creates a photorealistic world with infinite steering possibilities, helping the cars learn to navigate a host of worse-case scenarios before cruising down real streets.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 27, 2020
AI to Estimate Unexploded Bombs From Vietnam War

AI to Estimate Unexploded Bombs From Vietnam War

Researchers have used artificial intelligence to detect Vietnam War-era bomb craters in Cambodia from satellite images - with the hope that it can help find unexploded bombs.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 25, 2020
Deep Learning for Mechanical Property Evaluation

Deep Learning for Mechanical Property Evaluation

A standard method for testing some of the mechanical properties of materials is to poke them with a sharp point. This "indentation technique" can provide detailed measurements of how the material responds to the point's force, as a function of its penetration depth.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 23, 2020
Technology Allows Facial Recognition Even With a Mask

Technology Allows Facial Recognition Even With a Mask

Herta is launching a new version of its facial recognition algorithms that can correctly identify people who wear facial masks. T
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 23, 2020
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

In the past decade, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) has attracted significant attention as it holds the potential to disrupt the business model of the traditional automotive industry and the way people travel.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 23, 2020
World's First Artificial Pancreas app Licensed for Type 1 Diabetes

World's First Artificial Pancreas app Licensed for Type 1 Diabetes

The world's first licensed, downloadable artificial pancreas app for people with type 1 diabetes has launched, based on over a decade of research by Professor Roman Hovorka at the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The CamAPS FX app works with an insulin pump and a glucose monitor to automatically deliver insulin to people living with the condition via a complex algorithm..
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 20, 2020
Machine Learning for Mastitis Diagnosis in Cows

Machine Learning for Mastitis Diagnosis in Cows

Artificial intelligence could help vets to more accurately diagnose the origin of mastitis on dairy herds, according to a new study.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 19, 2020
Smart Wound Healing Patch: DARPA Awards $22 Million Grant

Smart Wound Healing Patch: DARPA Awards $22 Million Grant

Neuroengineers and bioengineers are part of a national team that's developing "smart" technology that combines artificial intelligence, bioelectronics and regenerative medicine to regrow muscle tissue for wounded soldiers.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 18, 2020
Wearable that Merges the Real World and Virtual Games

Wearable that Merges the Real World and Virtual Games

Adidas, EA SPORTS FIFA Mobile and Jacquard by Google have come together in a ground-breaking partnership to create a product that merges the real-world and virtual game.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 18, 2020
Allowing Robots to Feel

Allowing Robots to Feel

With the help of machine learning, researchers have developed a novel yet low-​cost tactile sensor. The sensor measures force distribution at high resolution and with great accuracy, enabling robot arms to grasp sensitive or fragile objects.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Gesture Control Technologies

Gesture Control Technologies

Gesture control is a natural contactless interaction method. It is hands-free, eyes-free and keyboard-free. With the increasing needs for multiple human-machine interactions apart from touch, and AI-enabled operations, gesture control will play an important role in our lives. This article will give you an overview on the technologies and applications.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 17, 2020
Making Soft Robots Work Harder

Making Soft Robots Work Harder

Some fear robots might one day take over the world. But before they do that, machines will first have to learn how to walk over uneven surfaces. Researchers are trying to make robots more adaptive and safer for humans to interact with by developing soft robotic legs that respond to surfaces more naturally.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 16, 2020
Aerial Image Dataset to Help Farmers

Aerial Image Dataset to Help Farmers

A dataset of large-scale aerial images aims to give farmers visibility into the conditions of their fields. The dataset, called Agriculture-Vision, will enable agricultural pattern analysis of aerial images, providing farmers with actionable insights into the performance of their crops to improve decision-making and maximize yields.
External Company Press Release
MOA Between Drone Volt and Hydro-Quebec

MOA Between Drone Volt and Hydro-Quebec

Drone Volt and Hydro-Québec have signed a memorandum of understanding to reach an agreement on the exclusive industrial development and marketing of a drone designed to inspect high-voltage power transmission lines.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 11, 2020
Showing Robots how to do Your Chores

Showing Robots how to do Your Chores

Training interactive robots may one day be an easy job for everyone, even those without programming expertise. Roboticists are developing automated robots that can learn new tasks solely by observing humans.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 10, 2020
AI Could Enhance Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Disorders

AI Could Enhance Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Disorders

Artificial intelligence has the potential to improve efficiencies and precision in sleep medicine, resulting in more patient-centered care and better outcomes, according to a new position statement from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
External Company Press Release
Artificial Intelligence Water Network Asset Management system HpO

Artificial Intelligence Water Network Asset Management system HpO

The deterioration of water networks is a Worldwide challenge causing leakage which can reach over 50% in some countries. At the same time, climate change, demographic growth and raising social desires are increasing water demand. In addition to stress on water resources, the impact of leakage on CO2 emissions is estimated to a quarter of that of worldwide air traffic.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 9, 2020
Fighting Hand Tremors:  First Comes AI, Then Robots

Fighting Hand Tremors: First Comes AI, Then Robots

Robots hold promise for a large number of people with neurological movement disorders severely affecting the quality of their lives. Now researchers have tapped artificial intelligence techniques to build an algorithmic model that will make the robots more accurate, faster, and safer when battling hand tremors.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 31, 2020
AI Can Help With The COVID-19 Crisis, But The right Human Input is Key

AI Can Help With The COVID-19 Crisis, But The right Human Input is Key

Artificial intelligence has the potential to help us tackle the pressing issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not the technology itself, though, that will make the difference but rather the knowledge and creativity of the humans who use it.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 27, 2020
AI to Estimate Unexploded Bombs From Vietnam War

AI to Estimate Unexploded Bombs From Vietnam War

Researchers have used artificial intelligence to detect Vietnam War-era bomb craters in Cambodia from satellite images - with the hope that it can help find unexploded bombs.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 23, 2020
Technology Allows Facial Recognition Even With a Mask

Technology Allows Facial Recognition Even With a Mask

Herta is launching a new version of its facial recognition algorithms that can correctly identify people who wear facial masks. T
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 23, 2020
World's First Artificial Pancreas app Licensed for Type 1 Diabetes

World's First Artificial Pancreas app Licensed for Type 1 Diabetes

The world's first licensed, downloadable artificial pancreas app for people with type 1 diabetes has launched, based on over a decade of research by Professor Roman Hovorka at the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The CamAPS FX app works with an insulin pump and a glucose monitor to automatically deliver insulin to people living with the condition via a complex algorithm..
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 19, 2020
Smart Wound Healing Patch: DARPA Awards $22 Million Grant

Smart Wound Healing Patch: DARPA Awards $22 Million Grant

Neuroengineers and bioengineers are part of a national team that's developing "smart" technology that combines artificial intelligence, bioelectronics and regenerative medicine to regrow muscle tissue for wounded soldiers.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 18, 2020
Allowing Robots to Feel

Allowing Robots to Feel

With the help of machine learning, researchers have developed a novel yet low-​cost tactile sensor. The sensor measures force distribution at high resolution and with great accuracy, enabling robot arms to grasp sensitive or fragile objects.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 17, 2020
Making Soft Robots Work Harder

Making Soft Robots Work Harder

Some fear robots might one day take over the world. But before they do that, machines will first have to learn how to walk over uneven surfaces. Researchers are trying to make robots more adaptive and safer for humans to interact with by developing soft robotic legs that respond to surfaces more naturally.
External Company Press Release
MOA Between Drone Volt and Hydro-Quebec

MOA Between Drone Volt and Hydro-Quebec

Drone Volt and Hydro-Québec have signed a memorandum of understanding to reach an agreement on the exclusive industrial development and marketing of a drone designed to inspect high-voltage power transmission lines.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 10, 2020
AI Could Enhance Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Disorders

AI Could Enhance Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Disorders

Artificial intelligence has the potential to improve efficiencies and precision in sleep medicine, resulting in more patient-centered care and better outcomes, according to a new position statement from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 9, 2020
Fighting Hand Tremors:  First Comes AI, Then Robots

Fighting Hand Tremors: First Comes AI, Then Robots

Robots hold promise for a large number of people with neurological movement disorders severely affecting the quality of their lives. Now researchers have tapped artificial intelligence techniques to build an algorithmic model that will make the robots more accurate, faster, and safer when battling hand tremors.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 30, 2020
System Trains Driverless Cars in Simulation Before They Hit the Road

System Trains Driverless Cars in Simulation Before They Hit the Road

A simulation system invented at MIT to train driverless cars creates a photorealistic world with infinite steering possibilities, helping the cars learn to navigate a host of worse-case scenarios before cruising down real streets.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 25, 2020
Deep Learning for Mechanical Property Evaluation

Deep Learning for Mechanical Property Evaluation

A standard method for testing some of the mechanical properties of materials is to poke them with a sharp point. This "indentation technique" can provide detailed measurements of how the material responds to the point's force, as a function of its penetration depth.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 23, 2020
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) - Hype or Hope?

In the past decade, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) has attracted significant attention as it holds the potential to disrupt the business model of the traditional automotive industry and the way people travel.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 20, 2020
Machine Learning for Mastitis Diagnosis in Cows

Machine Learning for Mastitis Diagnosis in Cows

Artificial intelligence could help vets to more accurately diagnose the origin of mastitis on dairy herds, according to a new study.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 18, 2020
Wearable that Merges the Real World and Virtual Games

Wearable that Merges the Real World and Virtual Games

Adidas, EA SPORTS FIFA Mobile and Jacquard by Google have come together in a ground-breaking partnership to create a product that merges the real-world and virtual game.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Gesture Control Technologies

Gesture Control Technologies

Gesture control is a natural contactless interaction method. It is hands-free, eyes-free and keyboard-free. With the increasing needs for multiple human-machine interactions apart from touch, and AI-enabled operations, gesture control will play an important role in our lives. This article will give you an overview on the technologies and applications.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 16, 2020
Aerial Image Dataset to Help Farmers

Aerial Image Dataset to Help Farmers

A dataset of large-scale aerial images aims to give farmers visibility into the conditions of their fields. The dataset, called Agriculture-Vision, will enable agricultural pattern analysis of aerial images, providing farmers with actionable insights into the performance of their crops to improve decision-making and maximize yields.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Mar 11, 2020
Showing Robots how to do Your Chores

Showing Robots how to do Your Chores

Training interactive robots may one day be an easy job for everyone, even those without programming expertise. Roboticists are developing automated robots that can learn new tasks solely by observing humans.
External Company Press Release
Artificial Intelligence Water Network Asset Management system HpO

Artificial Intelligence Water Network Asset Management system HpO

The deterioration of water networks is a Worldwide challenge causing leakage which can reach over 50% in some countries. At the same time, climate change, demographic growth and raising social desires are increasing water demand. In addition to stress on water resources, the impact of leakage on CO2 emissions is estimated to a quarter of that of worldwide air traffic.
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