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How artificial intelligence can find the source of gamma-ray bursts

How artificial intelligence can find the source of gamma-ray bursts

15 hours ago

Gamma-ray bursts come in two main flavors, short and long. While astronomers believe that they understand what causes these two kinds of bursts, there is still significant overlap between them. A team of researchers have proposed a new way to classify gamma-ray bursts using the aid of machine learning algorithms.

Scientists pit AI algorithms against each other to optimize graphene nanotube synthesis

Scientists pit AI algorithms against each other to optimize graphene nanotube synthesis

16 hours ago

An international research team led by Skoltech scientists has identified the best artificial intelligence algorithm for determining the synthesis conditions that favor the formation of carbon nanotubes with properties tailored to specific applications in drug delivery, environmental monitoring sensors, lasers, hydrogen power tech, and elsewhere.

An AI app that can spot deepfake videos of famous people

An AI app that can spot deepfake videos of famous people

17 hours ago

A pair of researchers, one with Gymnasium of Johannes Kepler, the other with the University of California, Berkley, has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) application capable of determining whether a video clip of a famous person is genuine or a deepfake.

ChatGPT: Finally, an AI chatbot worth talking to

ChatGPT: Finally, an AI chatbot worth talking to

a day ago

In fact, it can write convincing, often compelling essays, stories and even poems. And, like the AI image creators, you can direct ChatGPT to write prose in specific styles. To read this article in full, please click here.

Towards automatic detection of road features with deep learning

Towards automatic detection of road features with deep learning

2 days ago

In Japan, a substantial amount of point cloud data–a set of data points in space–has been measured and accumulated for public works using mobile mapping systems and terrestrial laser scanners. However, this vast amount of data is of limited use in an unprocessed and unstructured state.

Not just stars: Gaia mapped a diverse and shifting universe of variable objects

Not just stars: Gaia mapped a diverse and shifting universe of variable objects

2 days ago

Recently, it released DR3, its latest data set, with over 1.8 billion objects in it. That's a lot of data to sift through, and one of the most effective ways to do so is through machine learning. A group of researchers did just that by using a supervised learning algorithm to classify a particular type of object found in the data set.

An automated way to assemble thousands of objects

An automated way to assemble thousands of objects

2 days ago

The manufacturing industry (largely) welcomed artificial intelligence with open arms. Less of the dull, dirty, and dangerous? However, planning for mechanical assemblies still requires more than scratching out some sketches, of course—it's a complex conundrum that means dealing with arbitrary 3D shapes and highly constrained motion required for real-world assemblies.

As AI rises, lawmakers try to catch up

As AI rises, lawmakers try to catch up

2 days ago

From "intelligent" vacuum cleaners and driverless cars to advanced techniques for diagnosing diseases, artificial intelligence has burrowed its way into every arena of modern life.

Researcher creates algorithms to predict arsenic contamination in private wells

Researcher creates algorithms to predict arsenic contamination in private wells

3 days ago

Despite the risks to human health, testing for arsenic isn't required for most private drinking wells in New Jersey. To help address this regulatory gap, a Rutgers researcher developed a machine learning model that can estimate arsenic contamination in private wells without the need to sample the water itself.

Don’t Miss NVIDIA’s Free ‘Portal’ Graphics Upgrade

Don’t Miss NVIDIA’s Free ‘Portal’ Graphics Upgrade

3 days ago

When Valve released Portal in 2007, it was a revelation. Critics and gamers alike praised the first-person shooter/puzzler for its inventive gameplay, the deadpan wit of GLaDOS (the artificial intelligence that antagonizes you throughout your mission), and its unique approach to storytelling.