Tag Archives: artificial intelligence

University of Birmingham roboticist chairs global nuclear expert group

University of Birmingham Professor of Robotics, Rustam Stolkin, has been elected as Chair of a new international Expert Group on Robotic and Remote Systems (EGRSS) – part of the OECD’s global Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), which brings together the governments of 33 member nations. Professor Stolkin was unanimously elected to …

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Electronics Industry in 2020 – What to Expect

In this opinion piece, Amy Leary, marketing manager at eBOM.com, identifies trends for the electronics industry in 2020… So, it’s now 2020 and the festive season is over – many of us will have started new years resolutions along with new beginnings. For many people, January is a month where …

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Artificial Intelligence set to revolutionise manufacturing

The UK has the potential to lead the world in the application of artificial intelligence for manufacturing, according to an AI lead at Coventry’s Manufacturing Technology Centre. Dr Nandini Chakravorti, technology manager for the data and information systems team at the MTC, said the UK has the largest artificial intelligence …

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New eBook from Mouser and NXP explores the potential of artificial intelligence

Mouser Electronics has announced a new eBook in collaboration with NXP Semiconductors, examining the myriad potential applications of artificial intelligence (AI) and identifying specific products for AI and machine learning (ML) solutions. In Imagine the Possibilities, experts from both Mouser and NXP offer in-depth analysis of hot-button AI applications, including voice control, …

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Massive Analytic and the National Physical Laboratory collaborate in quantum with successful first project

Massive Analytic, a London based artificial intelligence pioneer, and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK’s National Measurement Institute, have now completed their joint InnovateUK Analysis for Innovators project, the “Metrological comparison between a generalised N-dimensional classical and quantum point cloud”. The results of this project have opened avenues for …

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Protecting smart machines from smart attacks

Machines’ ability to learn by processing data gleaned from sensors underlies automated vehicles, medical devices and a host of other emerging technologies. But that learning ability leaves systems vulnerable to hackers in unexpected ways, researchers at Princeton University have found. In a series of recent papers, a research team has …

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International expert guests at IFA+ Summit

Renowned experts from all over the world are coming together at the IFA+ Summit on 8 and 9 September to deepen their knowledge of future technologies. How will artificial intelligence influence society? How will man and machine interact? Which data will we be utilizing for new technology? Nine days from now, …

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Kyocera to strengthen open innovation in AI and IoT with new research centre

Kyocera has announced the opening of the new Minato Mirai Research Centre in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The centre was created with the aim of promoting open innovation and the development of new business and technologies. Kyocera operates three research and development facilities around the Tokyo metropolitan area which focus …

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Two thirds of UK adults worried artificial intelligence will take people’s jobs

Fountech.ai, an AI think tank and development company, recently commissioned an independent, nationally-representative survey of more than 2,000 UK adults. It found two thirds (67%) of people are worried AI will result in jobs being lost to machines. It also showed the majority of Britons (58%) think AI tools that recommend …

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Sensor-packed glove learns signatures of the human grasp

Wearing a sensor-packed glove while handling a variety of objects, MIT researchers have compiled a massive dataset that enables an AI system to recognise objects through touch alone. The information could be leveraged to help robots identify and manipulate objects, and may aid in prosthetics design. The researchers developed a …

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