Artificial Intelligence

Researchers unveil Adaptive Virtual Organisms of the Future

Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking the world to frontiers where stuff of legends that Hollywood movies are made of, seems possible today. A team of researchers from University of Bucharest have developed something similar. They have created a virtual organism, which combines reconfigurable hardware agents, abstract intelligent thinking, and adaptive software agents. This research combines entities that have puzzled and intrigued scientists for ages. For example, psychology often aims to

Artificial Intelligence to Enter World of Graphic Designing

The world of graphics is yet to see a different phase in terms of innovative and better picture quality. Computer generated imagers are to see a vast difference in the years to come with the introduction of artificial Intelligence into the scene. The pictures are to become photorealistic, meaning each matter will have its own specific gloss and appearance differentiating it from the other. For instance the shine of a

AI System to Detect Small Leaks in Water Pipes

Artificial intelligence technology and sensors can significantly reduce the expensive water losses in municipal systems. Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada developed an AI software technology to identify tiny leaks in water pipes. How AI helps Cities to detect these Water Leaks? The municipal water system combines AI software and signal processing methods to detect symptoms of leaks in water pipes. This is further accomplished by recording acoustic

India Leaps Ahead of Key Industrial Regions in Adoption of Automation, Reveals Study

Automation isn’t really a new activity in India, however it is genuinely recent. However, it would appear that we’ve demonstrated exactly how proficient we are at applying it to the professional workplace. In a scholarly study led by Goldsmiths at the University of London, it rose that India is first on the planet in driving Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI)- based innovations. The examination, “Augmented Human Enterprise”,

NVIDIA’s Computer Jet Xavier could Revolutionize Artificial Intelligence Technology

The need for swift processes within industries has brought autonomous machines and technologies to the fore. The pressure on the industrial and commercial units is expected to further increase as the need for faster processes and better delivery rises. NVIDIA has made an important advancement in this regard by offering a new platform that is meant to support and subsist autonomous machines of various types. The platform, called Isaac, is

New Device Could Read Graphs on Computer

In the field of data sciences, a complex structure of lines and nodes that is representative of data is known as a graph. These graphs are used for a variety of purposes including study of social networks, performance of web pages, and analysing the structure of neurons in the brain. A graph can have billions of lines and nodes, thus, making it heavy in size and configuration. Multiple servers need

IBM Patents AI-managed Traffic Signal Control Technology

Artificial intelligence (AI) thinkers, who want to utilize AI for traffic management, have almost got the green signal. IBM, just now, got a patent approved for the development of AI-managed traffic lights. Marc Chacksfield of TechRadar stated that these lights will be controlled by cameras rather than by timers. “The idea is to have a computer evaluate the real-time flow of the traffic and then decipher the best method to manage

New AI Program Shows Strong Navigational Skills

The researchers of artificial intelligence (AI) are formulating new possibility every other day. And, a recent one has managed to develop a software program that functions like a human brain and managed to navigate through a virtual maze much faster than an expert of flesh and blood. The software was able to identify and take shortcuts much more efficiently and outperformed the expert hands down. In the recent past, AI

Soft Robotic Fish, SoFi Developed by MIT Swims with Real Fishes Coral Reefs

Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) computer scientists have revealed in a paper out this month that it could be possible to document marine life with use of a soft robotic fish. The fish is said to be able to swim along with real fishes in an ocean. In a test at Fiji’s Rainbow Reef, SoFi took videos and images of high resolution

Need for Measuring Smartness of AI Devices

Artificial intelligence has already revolutionized our lives by offering technologies that make use of algorithms which help them learn from our behaviour. As artificial intelligence develops further and starts to think  and not only just learn from our human behaviour, do we understand the impact of these machines on our jobs? We are walking towards the world with the different aspects of our daily lives controlled by these systems and

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Microscopes to Ease Microbiology Lab Procedures

A recent research paper published in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology states that a recently designed Artificial Intelligence (AI) microscope could closely scrutinize the presence of fatal blood infections, thus, enhancing the survival rate of patients. The microscope is believed to accurately analyze bacteria, thus, aiding the microbiologists with apt diagnosis. The technology is expected to bolster research in microbiology laboratories, and up the standards of patient care. Hypothesis to

Why Machines Working with AI Must Stop Learning from Interruptions and Let Humans Have Control

Machines carry out specific actions observe outcomes and adapt the behavior accordingly with the use of artificial intelligence. However, this process can get out of hands as artificial intelligence works with the intention of avoiding human intervention. The best solution is that artificial intelligence engineers need to ensure that machines be prevented from learning how to get around or avoid human commands. Researchers from EPFL are studying this issue and

Neural Network and Artificial Intelligence can Design Apparel!

A team of researchers from Adobe Research and the University of California, San Diego, have displayed how neural network and artificial intelligence (AI) one day could create customized designs for apparel to assist apparel manufacturers and vendors in meet consumers’ demand and provide them with exactly what they want. Wang-Cheng Kang, the first-author and a Ph.D. (computer science) student at the University of California, stated that they have proved that

Novel Technology Enables AI to Function without Internet

A new technology is paving the path for artificial intelligence (AI) to cut loose with the cloud computing and Internet. This technology has been developed at the University of Waterloo and the software created using this technology is compact enough to perfectly fit on the mobile computer chips to be used in a wide range of products from mobile phones to industrial robots. It permits devices to function without Internet

AI2 Focuses on Developing Better Intelligent Artificial Intelligence

Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) is currently working on developing artificial intelligence that replicates human intelligence. The non-profit organization has been persistently working toward developing high-impact AI to benefit the society. Despite Baidu, Google, and Microsoft being competitors the organizations are working together to understand the academics involved in engineering such as high level of game-changing artificial intelligence. Growing Volume to Data Makes it Difficult to Identify Authentic Resources

Scientists Decode Images and Dreams through Brain Scanning

There have been many researches across the globe to unveil and decode the working of the brain and the contents in process in it. With the help of a series of studies and researches, scientists are slowly learning the method of interpreting what people see, remember, imagine, and dream. Although the researches related to this have faced many limitation during their initial stage and the progress at times has been