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Can AI promote the well-being of Finnish entrepreneurs?

Can AI promote the well-being of Finnish entrepreneurs?
Tieto’s aim is to make the future more intelligent with data. Now the company is teaming up with Elo Mutual Pension Insurance Company to help entrepreneurs flourish and maintain balance in their working life – with the help of Artificial Intelligence, for example.
27th September 2016

AI cleaning system could save £100m a year

AI cleaning system could save £100m a year
The University of Nottingham is developing an artificially-intelligent sensor system to clean food manufacturing equipment more precisely, which could save £100m a year for the UK industry alone. This revolutionary AI-driven monitoring system could lead to greater production capacity and therefore cheaper food prices for consumers. Food and drink production is the largest manufacturing sector in Britain and the highest industrial user of water at approximately 430 million litres a day.
14th September 2016

Teaching human values to AI

Teaching human values to AI
Two Cornell experts in AI have joined a nationwide team setting out to ensure that when computers are running the world, they will make decisions compatible with human values. "We are in a period in history when we start using these machines to make judgments," said Bart Selman, professor of computer science. "If decisions are properly structured, the horrors we've seen in the movies won't happen."
8th September 2016


How AI might affect urban life in 2030

How AI might affect urban life in 2030
  A panel of academic and industrial thinkers has looked ahead to 2030 to forecast how advances in AI might affect life in a typical North American city – in areas as diverse as transportation, health care and education ­– and to spur discussion about how to ensure the safe, fair and beneficial development of these rapidly emerging technologies.
1st September 2016

AI could be a firefighter's new best friend

AI could be a firefighter's new best friend
When entering a burning building, firefighters have only their wits and senses to rely on. New research, developed jointly by the Jet Propulsion Lab and the Department of Homeland Security, may change that with the introduction of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that could collect data on temperatures, gases and other danger signals and guide a team of first responders safely through the flames.
12th August 2016

New language can speed up computer simulations 200-fold

New language can speed up computer simulations 200-fold
Computer simulations of physical systems are common in science, engineering, and entertainment, but they use several different types of tools. If, say, you want to explore how a crack forms in an airplane wing, you need a very precise physical model of the crack’s immediate vicinity. But if you want to simulate the flexion of an airplane wing under different flight conditions, it’s more practical to use a simpler, higher-level description of the wing.
11th August 2016

Protecting privacy in genomic databases

Protecting privacy in genomic databases
  Genome-wide association studies, which try to find correlations between particular genetic variations and disease diagnoses, are a staple of modern medical research. But because they depend on databases that contain people’s medical histories, they carry privacy risks.
10th August 2016

Social robots can be programmed by everyone

Social robots can be programmed by everyone
The startup LuxAI was created following a project at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust of the University of Luxembourg, funded by the Luxembourg National Research Fund under its Proof of Concept scheme. The business model of LuxAI is developing and constructing so-called social robots. Such robots can be used, for example, in the educational or health system, where they would support trainers and therapists in their work.
20th July 2016

Ants inspire the advance of network communication

Ants inspire the advance of network communication
Ants, it turns out, are extremely good at estimating the concentration of other ants in their vicinity. This ability appears to play a role in several communal activities, particularly in the voting procedure whereby an ant colony selects a new nest. Biologists have long suspected that ants base their population-density estimates on the frequency with which they — literally — bump into other ants while randomly exploring their environments.
14th July 2016

How to stay anonymous online

How to stay anonymous online
  Anonymity networks protect people living under repressive regimes from surveillance of their Internet use. But the recent discovery of vulnerabilities in the most popular of these networks - Tor - has prompted computer scientists to try to come up with more secure anonymity schemes.
13th July 2016


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