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Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 16, 2021
Prototype Robotic Device Picks and Trims Button Mushrooms

Prototype Robotic Device Picks and Trims Button Mushrooms

Researchers have developed a robotic mechanism for mushroom picking and trimming and demonstrated its effectiveness for the automated harvesting of button mushrooms.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 15, 2021
Ocean Drones Brave Hurricanes to Make Coastal Communities Safer

Ocean Drones Brave Hurricanes to Make Coastal Communities Safer

Saildrone is announcing a new mission to deploy five uncrewed surface vehicles from the US Virgin Islands in August to gather key data throughout the 2021 Tropical Atlantic hurricane season. The USVs will be equipped with specially designed "hurricane wings" to enable them to operate in extreme conditions.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 14, 2021
AI Enhances Efficacy of Sleep Disorder Treatments

AI Enhances Efficacy of Sleep Disorder Treatments

An algorithm based on 20,000 nights of sleep that can improve the diagnosis, treatment and our overall understanding of sleep disorders has been developed at the University of Copenhagen.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 11, 2021
GlaxoSmithKline, Progentec to Use AI and Wearables for Lupus Treatment

GlaxoSmithKline, Progentec to Use AI and Wearables for Lupus Treatment

At least 5 million people worldwide are living with lupus, one of the most complex autoimmune diseases. It's difficult to diagnose and even more challenging to treat. Patient-generated data, including data from wearable devices, is becoming an integral part of chronic disease care as it enables continuous monitoring of pertinent health signals both in and outside of the clinic.
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Artificial Intelligence in Drug Discovery and How it is Applied

Artificial Intelligence in Drug Discovery and How it is Applied

IDTechEx CEO, Raghu Das discusses Artificial Intelligence in Drug Discovery with Principal Analyst, Dr Nadia Tsao, covering some recent research in the new report 'AI in Drug Discovery 2021: Players, Technologies, and Applications'
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 10, 2021
AI in Drug Discovery Cuts Timelines From 5+ Years to Months

AI in Drug Discovery Cuts Timelines From 5+ Years to Months

AI has been successfully applied to speed up virtual screening, de novo drug discovery, and can be utilized to optimize compounds to have drug-like properties. Processes that typically take several years can be reduced to a matter of months.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 7, 2021
Robotic Microplankton Sniffer Dog

Robotic Microplankton Sniffer Dog

The microscopic, free-floating algae called phytoplankton — and the tiny zooplankton that eat them — are notoriously difficult to count. Researchers need to know how a warming climate will affect them both. A new kind of smart, lightweight autonomous underwater vehicle can help.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 9, 2021
Royal Navy Uses Artificial Intelligence at Sea for First Time

Royal Navy Uses Artificial Intelligence at Sea for First Time

For the first time, Artificial Intelligence is being used by the Royal Navy at sea as part of Exercise Formidable Shield, which is currently taking place off the coast of Scotland.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 8, 2021
Machine Learning Platform Mines Nature for New Drugs

Machine Learning Platform Mines Nature for New Drugs

Researchers have developed a new process that could reinvigorate the search for natural product drugs to treat cancers, viral infections and other ailments.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 4, 2021
Study to Train AI for Koala Facial Recognition at Crossings

Study to Train AI for Koala Facial Recognition at Crossings

AI researchers will train cameras to use 'facial recognition' technology at koala crossing locations across South East Queensland to determine how koalas are using them and ultimately provide research-based planning to help protect the declining population.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 15, 2021
Ocean Drones Brave Hurricanes to Make Coastal Communities Safer

Ocean Drones Brave Hurricanes to Make Coastal Communities Safer

Saildrone is announcing a new mission to deploy five uncrewed surface vehicles from the US Virgin Islands in August to gather key data throughout the 2021 Tropical Atlantic hurricane season. The USVs will be equipped with specially designed "hurricane wings" to enable them to operate in extreme conditions.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 11, 2021
GlaxoSmithKline, Progentec to Use AI and Wearables for Lupus Treatment

GlaxoSmithKline, Progentec to Use AI and Wearables for Lupus Treatment

At least 5 million people worldwide are living with lupus, one of the most complex autoimmune diseases. It's difficult to diagnose and even more challenging to treat. Patient-generated data, including data from wearable devices, is becoming an integral part of chronic disease care as it enables continuous monitoring of pertinent health signals both in and outside of the clinic.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 10, 2021
AI in Drug Discovery Cuts Timelines From 5+ Years to Months

AI in Drug Discovery Cuts Timelines From 5+ Years to Months

AI has been successfully applied to speed up virtual screening, de novo drug discovery, and can be utilized to optimize compounds to have drug-like properties. Processes that typically take several years can be reduced to a matter of months.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 9, 2021
Royal Navy Uses Artificial Intelligence at Sea for First Time

Royal Navy Uses Artificial Intelligence at Sea for First Time

For the first time, Artificial Intelligence is being used by the Royal Navy at sea as part of Exercise Formidable Shield, which is currently taking place off the coast of Scotland.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jun 4, 2021
Study to Train AI for Koala Facial Recognition at Crossings

Study to Train AI for Koala Facial Recognition at Crossings

AI researchers will train cameras to use 'facial recognition' technology at koala crossing locations across South East Queensland to determine how koalas are using them and ultimately provide research-based planning to help protect the declining population.