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Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 24, 2019
The robots being readied to enter nuclear no-go zones

The robots being readied to enter nuclear no-go zones

Robust, intelligent robots that react to their surroundings are being developed to work in situations that are too dangerous for humans, such as cleaning up Europe's decades-old radioactive waste or helping during a nuclear emergency.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 23, 2019
Superb Opportunities for Scientists and Engineers at Analysts IDTechEx

Superb Opportunities for Scientists and Engineers at Analysts IDTechEx

IDTechEx is highly respected worldwide for its reports, relational databases, events and consultancy on the technology and markets for its chosen subjects. These include life sciences, energy storage, energy harvesting, electric vehicles, wearable technology and advanced materials. The emphasis is on using facts-based analysis to see the future and guide business decisions of our customers. They include the world's largest chemical, healthcare and automotive companies through to start ups. Our biggest events are in Silicon Valley and Germany and we serve organizations in 80 countries, with teaching forums and staff in Asia, USA and Europe.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 23, 2019
AI for smarter forest management

AI for smarter forest management

Down on the ground, it isn't possible to get a full understanding of the richness of resources in a given forest area or predict any potential risks to the health of plants and trees. Comprehensive, manual surveying and data collection of forested areas can take months, with considerable strain placed on budgets and manpower.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 21, 2019
Simplifying IoT: Microsoft shares their steps

Simplifying IoT: Microsoft shares their steps

Digital transformation is happening across the industry and in every corner of the world. But what does success look like?
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 21, 2019
AI outperformed human experts in identifying cervical precancer

AI outperformed human experts in identifying cervical precancer

A research team has developed a computer algorithm that can analyze digital images of a woman's cervix and accurately identify precancerous changes that require medical attention. This artificial intelligence approach, called automated visual evaluation, has the potential to revolutionize cervical cancer screening, particularly in low-resource settings.
Press Release
Fujitsu and EXest use AI to assist tourists visiting Japan

Fujitsu and EXest use AI to assist tourists visiting Japan

Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd and EXest Inc will conduct a field trial using artificial intelligence to discover unanticipated needs of travellers visiting Japan, propose tours or other activity plans, and verify the effectiveness of the new service's application.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 17, 2019
AI to better predict flu

AI to better predict flu

A new study combines two forecasting methods with machine learning (artificial intelligence) to estimate local flu activity.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 15, 2019
A new world enabled by speech/voice user interface

A new world enabled by speech/voice user interface

The speech user interface landscape is changing, as described in IDTechEx's brand-new report "Voice, Speech, Conversation-Based User Interface 2019-2029: Technology, Player, Market".
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 15, 2019
Computer vision based drowning detection system

Computer vision based drowning detection system

The first and only computer vision based drowning detection system for residential swimming pools. It is the most innovative drowning detection system using Artificial Intelligence technology to track everyone in the pool and detect risk of drowning 24/7.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 9, 2019
Can artificial intelligence tell a polar bear from a can opener?

Can artificial intelligence tell a polar bear from a can opener?

How smart is the form of artificial intelligence known as deep learning computer networks, and how closely do these machines mimic the human brain? They have improved greatly in recent years, but still have a long way to go, a team of cognitive psychologists reports.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 24, 2019
The robots being readied to enter nuclear no-go zones

The robots being readied to enter nuclear no-go zones

Robust, intelligent robots that react to their surroundings are being developed to work in situations that are too dangerous for humans, such as cleaning up Europe's decades-old radioactive waste or helping during a nuclear emergency.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 23, 2019
AI for smarter forest management

AI for smarter forest management

Down on the ground, it isn't possible to get a full understanding of the richness of resources in a given forest area or predict any potential risks to the health of plants and trees. Comprehensive, manual surveying and data collection of forested areas can take months, with considerable strain placed on budgets and manpower.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 21, 2019
AI outperformed human experts in identifying cervical precancer

AI outperformed human experts in identifying cervical precancer

A research team has developed a computer algorithm that can analyze digital images of a woman's cervix and accurately identify precancerous changes that require medical attention. This artificial intelligence approach, called automated visual evaluation, has the potential to revolutionize cervical cancer screening, particularly in low-resource settings.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 17, 2019
AI to better predict flu

AI to better predict flu

A new study combines two forecasting methods with machine learning (artificial intelligence) to estimate local flu activity.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 15, 2019
Computer vision based drowning detection system

Computer vision based drowning detection system

The first and only computer vision based drowning detection system for residential swimming pools. It is the most innovative drowning detection system using Artificial Intelligence technology to track everyone in the pool and detect risk of drowning 24/7.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 23, 2019
Superb Opportunities for Scientists and Engineers at Analysts IDTechEx

Superb Opportunities for Scientists and Engineers at Analysts IDTechEx

IDTechEx is highly respected worldwide for its reports, relational databases, events and consultancy on the technology and markets for its chosen subjects. These include life sciences, energy storage, energy harvesting, electric vehicles, wearable technology and advanced materials. The emphasis is on using facts-based analysis to see the future and guide business decisions of our customers. They include the world's largest chemical, healthcare and automotive companies through to start ups. Our biggest events are in Silicon Valley and Germany and we serve organizations in 80 countries, with teaching forums and staff in Asia, USA and Europe.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 21, 2019
Simplifying IoT: Microsoft shares their steps

Simplifying IoT: Microsoft shares their steps

Digital transformation is happening across the industry and in every corner of the world. But what does success look like?
Press Release
Fujitsu and EXest use AI to assist tourists visiting Japan

Fujitsu and EXest use AI to assist tourists visiting Japan

Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd and EXest Inc will conduct a field trial using artificial intelligence to discover unanticipated needs of travellers visiting Japan, propose tours or other activity plans, and verify the effectiveness of the new service's application.
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 15, 2019
A new world enabled by speech/voice user interface

A new world enabled by speech/voice user interface

The speech user interface landscape is changing, as described in IDTechEx's brand-new report "Voice, Speech, Conversation-Based User Interface 2019-2029: Technology, Player, Market".
Artificial Intelligence Research
Jan 9, 2019
Can artificial intelligence tell a polar bear from a can opener?

Can artificial intelligence tell a polar bear from a can opener?

How smart is the form of artificial intelligence known as deep learning computer networks, and how closely do these machines mimic the human brain? They have improved greatly in recent years, but still have a long way to go, a team of cognitive psychologists reports.
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