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Computer Science - 19.04.2024
To build a better AI helper, start by modeling the irrational behavior of humans
A new technique can be used to predict the actions of human or AI agents who behave suboptimally while working toward unknown goals. To build AI systems that can collaborate effectively with humans, it helps to have a good model of human behavior to start with. But humans tend to behave suboptimally when making decisions.

Health - Computer Science - 18.04.2024
Research project: Precisely predicting allergenic pollen with AI
Research project: Precisely predicting allergenic pollen with AI

Computer Science - Campus - 18.04.2024
For more open and equitable public discussions on social media, try ’meronymity’
A communication system whose users reveal only a few verified aspects of their identity can empower less confident participants to speak up, researchers report.

Computer Science - 16.04.2024
Federal Funding: AI Research for Secure Software Development
Federal Funding: AI Research for Secure Software Development
A research project at the University of Würzburg (JMU) has received 137,000 euros in federal funding. The project will develop an AI early warning system to prevent errors in the development of new software. The research project is being carried out by a team led by Professor Ingo Scholtes, chair of Machine Learning for Complex Networks at the CAIDAS Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science.

Computer Science - Innovation - 16.04.2024
Governance and policymaking in the AI era

Economics - Computer Science - 16.04.2024
3 Questions: Enhancing last-mile logistics with machine learning
MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics Director Matthias Winkenbach uses AI to make vehicle routing more efficient and adaptable for unexpected events.

Physics - Computer Science - 12.04.2024
IQC is an international destination for quantum innovation
IQC is an international destination for quantum innovation

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.04.2024
Large Language Models generate biased content, warn researchers
Large Language Models generate biased content, warn researchers

Innovation - Computer Science - 12.04.2024
Research breakthrough could enable future 6G communications networks
A breakthrough development in wireless communication technology could help deliver the ultra-fast and software-controlled 6G networks of the future, researchers say. A team led by researchers from the University of Glasgow has developed an innovative wireless communications antenna which combines the unique properties of metamaterials with sophisticated signal processing to deliver a new peak of performance.

Computer Science - Campus - 11.04.2024
A crossroads for computing at MIT

Health - Computer Science - 11.04.2024
Growing our donated organ supply
Graduate student Hammaad Adam is working to increase the supply of organs available for transplants, saving lives and improving health equity.

Computer Science - Innovation - 10.04.2024
Anticipating the future of more connected, efficient and sustainable telecommunications infrastructures

Computer Science - Art and Design - 10.04.2024
Sandvig, Dworkin receive 2023 public engagement awards

Innovation - Computer Science - 10.04.2024
A faster, better way to prevent an AI chatbot from giving toxic responses
Researchers create a curious machine-learning model that finds a wider variety of prompts for training a chatbot to avoid hateful or harmful output.

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 09.04.2024
Computer science made accessible to over 10,000 children
Computer science made accessible to over 10,000 children

Computer Science - Physics - 09.04.2024
Quantum Computers and Supercomputers Together
Quantum Computers and Supercomputers Together
A hybrid system that marries quantum computing with traditional high-performance computing is currently being developed in Austria.

Computer Science - 09.04.2024
’LemurLounge’ offers zoo animals the chance to chill to sounds of their choosing
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have teamed up with zookeepers at Blair Drummond Safari Park to explore whether interactive technology that lets zoo lemurs play sounds on demand could enrich their everyday lives. To test whether lemurs might choose to trigger sounds when given the chance, the researchers built what they called a 'LemurLounge' - a wooden box lined with infrared sensors that played one of a rotating selection of sounds when the animals entered.

Computer Science - Innovation - 05.04.2024
Expert explainer: 'Is this a deepfake'' Why we're asking the wrong question
Expert explainer: ’Is this a deepfake’’ Why we’re asking the wrong question

Computer Science - 04.04.2024
Knocking cloud security off its game
Knocking cloud security off its game
Public cloud services employ special security technologies. Computer scientists at ETH Zurich have now discovered a gap in the latest security mechanisms used by AMD and Intel chips.

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 04.04.2024
'AI has become established all'over the University'
’AI has become established all’over the University’

Computer Science - 01.04.2024
SEI and OpenAI Recommend Ways To Evaluate Large Language Models for Cybersecurity Applications
Carnegie Mellon University's  Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and OpenAI published a  white paper that found that large language models (LLMs) could be an asset for cybersecurity professionals, b

Innovation - Computer Science - 29.03.2024
FH Salzburg and Commend develop noise monitoring to recognise potentially dangerous situations
FH Salzburg and Commend develop noise monitoring to recognise potentially dangerous situations
The collaboratively developed solution makes cities safer and more liveable because emergency services can immediately assess the situation in safety-critical situations and thus provide rapid assistance to the people affected.

Computer Science - Transport - 28.03.2024
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines joins AI & Mobility Lab
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines joins AI & Mobility Lab

Computer Science - Health - 28.03.2024
Q&A: How to train AI when you don't have enough data
Q&A: How to train AI when you don’t have enough data
Artificial intelligence excels at sorting through information and detecting patterns or trends. But these machine learning algorithms need to be trained with large amounts of data first.

Innovation - Computer Science - 27.03.2024
Alice & Bob with ENS de Lyon and Mines Paris - PSL granted ¤16.5 million in bpifrance public funding

Physics - Computer Science - 27.03.2024
'Near perfect' control of single atoms is major advance towards quantum computing
’Near perfect’ control of single atoms is major advance towards quantum computing
A new fabrication process that could be used to build a quantum computer achieves an almost zero failure rate and has the potential to be scaled up, according to new research from engineers and physicists at UCL.

Computer Science - Astronomy / Space - 27.03.2024
Where’s the best place to see the eclipse? There’s an app for that
Developed by two UdeM computer-science students, Mon Éclipse simulates the path of the April 8 total eclipse of the sun.

Innovation - Computer Science - 27.03.2024
Taxonomy for AI Privacy Risks
Privacy is a key principle for developing ethical AI technologies. But as technological advances in AI far outpace regulation of these technologies, the responsibility of mitigating privacy risks in goods and services that incorporate these technologies falls primarily on the developers of these goods and services themselves.

Computer Science - 27.03.2024
New software enables blind and low-vision users to create interactive, accessible charts
New software enables blind and low-vision users to create interactive, accessible charts
Screen-reader users can upload a dataset and create customized data representations that combine visualization, textual description, and sonification. A growing number of tools enable users to make online data representations, like charts, that are accessible for people who are blind or have low vision.

Environment - Computer Science - 26.03.2024
MIT-derived algorithm helps forecast the frequency of extreme weather
The new approach "nudges" existing climate simulations closer to future reality. To assess a community's risk of extreme weather, policymakers rely first on global climate models that can be run decades, and even centuries, forward in time, but only at a coarse resolution. These models might be used to gauge, for instance, future climate conditions for the northeastern U.S., but not specifically for Boston.

Computer Science - Innovation - 26.03.2024
New app unmasks forged documents
New app unmasks forged documents
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a smartphone app that can be used to check the authenticity of documents and other items.

Computer Science - 26.03.2024
Two CMU-led Projects Win Prestigious MURI Award

Computer Science - 25.03.2024
NWO Gravitation: nearly ten million euros for 'Challenges in Cyber Security'
NWO Gravitation: nearly ten million euros for ’Challenges in Cyber Security’

Computer Science - Innovation - 25.03.2024
Q&A: How refusal can be an act of design
Doctoral candidate and recent MAD Design Fellow Jonathan Zong SM '20 discusses a proposed framework to map how individuals can say "no" to technology misuses.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 22.03.2024
New Emmy Noether Junior Research Group for Biological Data Science
An Emmy Noether junior research group at Heidelberg University is investigating how to gain new insights into fundamental biological mechanisms from large-scale molecular data sets.

Computer Science - Innovation - 22.03.2024
University of Glasgow launches new computing science innovation lab
The University of Glasgow is opening a new computing science innovation lab to help foster closer collaboration between academia and industry.

Computer Science - Innovation - 22.03.2024
Information retrieval researchers to gather in Glasgow for conference

Computer Science - Innovation - 22.03.2024
Finding the Needle in the Haystack: AI Tool To Improve the Usability of Government Reports
Combing through countless PDF reports for hours in search of a piece of relevant information is no one's idea of an interesting day at work.

Computer Science - Innovation - 21.03.2024
University of Manchester recognised as Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research

Computer Science - 21.03.2024
AI generates high-quality images 30 times faster in a single step
Novel method makes tools like Stable Diffusion and DALL-E-3 faster by simplifying the image-generating process to a single step while maintaining or enhancing image quality.

Innovation - Computer Science - 21.03.2024
Volvo’s electric cars to charge up to 30% faster thanks to spinout’s software

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 20.03.2024
Explorers Club: from the Poles to Everest, the Moon and now the stars

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 19.03.2024
Girls' Day on the TU Ilmenau campus: Register now!
Girls’ Day on the TU Ilmenau campus: Register now!

Computer Science - Health - 19.03.2024
Faster diagnosis of endometriosis with AI
Faster diagnosis of endometriosis with AI
Das ETH-Spin-off dAIgnose entwickelt einen Algorithmus, mit dem sich Ultraschallaufnahmen der Gebärmutter automatisiert auswerten lassen. Dieser sollte es Ärzten ermöglichen, Endometriose in Zukunft schneller zu diagnostizieren. Endometriosis is widespread. Around ten percent of all women of childbearing age throughout the world suffer from it.

Computer Science - Innovation - 18.03.2024
Unlocking the quantum future
At the MIT Quantum Hackathon, a community tackles quantum computing challenges. Quantum computing is the next frontier for faster and more powerful computing technologies.

Health - Computer Science - 18.03.2024
Machine Learning, Quantum Computing Can Transform Health Care, Including Diagnosing Pneumonia
Pneumonia, an infection in the lungs that causes difficulty breathing, is most commonly diagnosed through chest X-rays.

Computer Science - Health - 18.03.2024
New algorithm unlocks high-resolution insights for computer vision
FeatUp, developed by MIT CSAIL researchers, boosts the resolution of any deep network or visual foundation for computer vision systems.

Innovation - Computer Science - 15.03.2024
3 Questions: What you need to know about audio deepfakes
MIT CSAIL postdoc Nauman Dawalatabad explores ethical considerations, challenges in spear-phishing defense, and the optimistic future of AI-created voices across various sectors.

Computer Science - Health - 14.03.2024
Speaking without vocal cords, thanks to a new AI-assisted wearable device
Speaking without vocal cords, thanks to a new AI-assisted wearable device
The adhesive neck patch is the latest advance by UCLA bioengineers in speech technology for people with disabilities Science + Technology The adhesive neck patch is the latest advance by UCLA bioengin

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 14.03.2024
UW researchers taught kids to code with cultural research and embroidery machines
Even in tech-heavy Washington state, the numbers of students with access to computer science classes aren't higher than national averages: In the 2022-2023 school year, 48% of public high schools offered foundational CS classes and 5% of middle school and high school students took such classes.
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