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The global search for education

The global search for education
  According to a recent report by PwC, within 15 years, Artificial Intelligence will take over 38% of US jobs. This trend is expected to continue. What will employment look like? Which jobs will disappear and what does all of this mean for education?
22nd November 2017

AI to drive health revolution by analysing molecular data

AI to drive health revolution by analysing molecular data
  Austin-based molecular data company, Nano Global, has announced that it is developing a chip using Intellectual Property (IP) from Arm, semiconductor IP company. The technology will help redefine how global health challenges - from superbugs to infectious diseases, and cancer are conquered.
22nd November 2017

Voice processor tech enables business conference calling

Voice processor tech enables business conference calling
Supplier of advanced embedded voice and audio interface solutions, XMOS, has announced that its VocalFusion voice technology has been selected by Shenzhen eMeet Technology Co for its mobile smart office assistant, eMeet OfficeCore M1. This commercial solution, which is available now from online retail stores, is the first output of this partnership. The compact and portable speaker uses a USB and Bluetooth connection with a mobile phone or laptop to convert any space into a conference call facility. 
21st November 2017


Investing in Artificial Intelligence for industrial automation

Investing in Artificial Intelligence for industrial automation
  Rockwell Automation has announced its investment in a Silicon Valley innovation fund and co-creation studio, The Hive, to gain access to an ecosystem of innovators and technology start-ups with a focus on applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to industrial automation.
16th November 2017

Billions to be invested in AI and quantum technology

Billions to be invested in AI and quantum technology
Developments in quantum technology and artificial intelligence, AI, are predicted to transform research, as well as business and society as a whole. The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation is awarding a total of SEK 1.6 billion over ten years to these promising fields, in two separate research projects involving several Swedish higher education institutions. Together with other funding, the budget amounts to well over SEK 2 billion.
16th November 2017

Billion investment in research on artificial intelligence

The initiative Wallenberg Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP), in which KTH is included, is getting substantial capital injection. Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) will contribute a total of SEK 1 billion. The AI investment can be divided into two parts. The major part, led by Danica Kragic Jensfelt, Professor of Computer Science, will focus on machine learning, deep learning and next generation AI (eXplainable AI).
15th November 2017

Brain keeps on winning on Artificial Intelligence

Brain keeps on winning on Artificial Intelligence
The famous European Commission’s Innovation Radar submits to the vote of European citizens a selection of EU-funded innovations every year, in order to choose the one they find the more promising. Five different categories are represented in the panel: Industrial & Enabling Tech, Excellent Science, Best Young SME, Tech for Society and Best Early Stage Innovation.
13th November 2017

Artificial intelligence makes more agreeable cities

Artificial intelligence makes more agreeable cities
Artificial intelligence can be of great assistance in urban planning, urban design and architecture. AI drives predictive tools and computational modeling to improve the quality of city living via complex adaptive systems, which is part of a methodology that is still incipient in architecture and urbanism but that, in Brazil, is already in use for an initial urban volumetric modeling project.
8th November 2017

Deep learning helps detect cracks in nuclear reactors

Deep learning helps detect cracks in nuclear reactors
A system under development at Purdue University uses artificial intelligence to detect cracks captured in videos of nuclear reactors and represents a future inspection technology to help reduce accidents and maintenance costs. "Regular inspection of nuclear power plant components is important to guarantee safe operations," said Mohammad R. Jahanshahi, an assistant professor in Purdue's Lyles School of Civil Engineering.
7th November 2017

Living on the edge with AI

Living on the edge with AI
As Richard Kingston, VP, Market Intelligence, CEVA explains, we have entered the fourth Industrial Revolution. And, like the three that went before it (mechanisation; mass production and electricity; computers and automation), Industry 4.0 is set to change the way we live.
6th November 2017


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