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Chinese AI turns Ukrainian YouTuber into Mandarin speaking Russian

(14 hours ago)

Model combines physical parameters and machine learning to predict storm tides

Model combines physical parameters and machine learning to predict storm tides

18 hours ago

Predicting extreme events is essential to the preparation and protection of vulnerable regions, especially at a time of climate change. The city of Santos on the coast of São Paulo state (Brazil) is Latin America's largest port and has been the focus for significant case studies, not least because of the storm surges that threaten its infrastructure and the local ecosystems.

Engadget Podcast: Surface Pro and Laptop Copilot+ Q&A

Engadget Podcast: Surface Pro and Laptop Copilot+ Q&A

a day ago

Subscribe! Livestream. Credits. Transcript. Devindra: [00:00:00] What's up, Internet, and welcome back to the Engadget Podcast. Sam: Yeah. Devindra: Yeah. Sam: Yeah, it's and Google does this too. Sam: No, that was about it You know, there's a ton of stuff there.

New computational tool helps interpret AI models in genomics

New computational tool helps interpret AI models in genomics

a day ago

Artificial intelligence continues to squirm its way into many aspects of our lives. But what about biology, the study of life itself? Now, a new system named SQUID arrives on the scene, armed to pry open AI's black box of murky internal logic.

Matt Levine on OpenAI’s True Purpose

Matt Levine on OpenAI’s True Purpose

2 days ago

Matt Levine, in his Money Stuff column: OpenAI was founded to build artificial general. every once in a while it shoots out a new AI firm whose. of the commercial pressures at OpenAI.

AI system successfully operates 16-ton forest machine

AI system successfully operates 16-ton forest machine

2 days ago

For the first time, scientists have succeeded in creating a self-driving forest machine controlled by artificial intelligence. In a study at Umeå University, an AI system was developed that can operate a 16-ton machine without human intervention.

AI can help forecast toxic 'blue-green tides'

AI can help forecast toxic 'blue-green tides'

2 days ago

A team of Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists plan to use artificial intelligence modeling to forecast, and better understand, a growing threat to water caused by toxic algal blooms. Fueled by climate change and rising water temperatures, these harmful algal blooms, or HABs, have grown in intensity and frequency.