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Computer Science - Environment - 30.06.2022
The University of València partners with Microsoft Research to develop Artificial Intelligence models for food security
The University of València partners with Microsoft Research to develop Artificial Intelligence models for food security
Microsoft Research has decided to fund a project in collaboration with the Universitat de València and the University of Reading (UK).

Computer Science - Innovation - 30.06.2022
UQ's unique plan to keep new supercomputer up to date
UQ’s unique plan to keep new supercomputer up to date
The University of Queensland has purchased a new supercomputer to replace three current high-performance computers (HPCs) and has a unique plan to keep the new computer up to date.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 29.06.2022
A biology lab in the palm of your hands
A biology lab in the palm of your hands
A student-created app brings the biology lab experience to users' smartphones, paving the way for a more accessible lab education Johns Hopkins University undergraduate students who missed in-person

Computer Science - 29.06.2022
’Fake’ data helps robots learn the ropes faster
A way to expand training data sets for manipulation tasks improves the performance of robots by 40% or more In a step toward robots that can learn on the fly like humans do, a new approach expands tr

Music - Computer Science - 25.06.2022

Environment - Computer Science - 24.06.2022

Computer Science - Health - 23.06.2022
New Phylogenetic Tool Can Handle the SARS-COV-2 Data Load
Researchers at UC San Diego, in collaboration with UC Santa Cruz, have developed a new software tool for tracing and mapping the evolution of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, that is capable of handling the unprecedented amount of genetic data being generated by the quickly evolving pathogen.

Innovation - Computer Science - 23.06.2022

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 22.06.2022
Artificial intelligence and robotics: exchange of ideas between trailblazing actors from industry and research
Artificial intelligence and robotics: exchange of ideas between trailblazing actors from industry and research
From next-gen intelligent systems and smart networks to robot-human interactions: at the second Hightech Summit under the auspices of the munich_i trade fair, scientists and industry experts offered a glimpse at how a future based on robotics and AI could look. Along with researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and such renowned institutions as Imperial College London and Delft University, participants included robotics trailblazers from Boston Dynamics and Berkshire Grey as well as representatives of SAP, Google and Roche.

Environment - Computer Science - 22.06.2022
Researchers invent Bluetooth that keeps on working even if power runs out
Researchers invent Bluetooth that keeps on working even if power runs out
Internet of Things now possible without batteries or continuous power, thanks to the invention of 'intermittently-powered bluetooth' FreeBie If it were up to TU Delft researchers Jasper de Winkel and Przemyslaw Pawelczak, the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) would be one without batteries. They have now added energy-efficient two-way communication via intermittently-powered Bluetooth to their arsenal for trouble-free IoT communication, even if the energy runs out for a while.

Computer Science - Psychology - 21.06.2022
Digital psychosis monitoring system trial launches
Digital psychosis monitoring system trial launches
A groundbreaking smartphone app for remote digital data collection which aims to predict if an individual will relapse into psychosis is to be trialled across the UK in a £12.5 million study. Led by University of Manchester researchers, the system will be tested across six Higher Education Institutions and their partnering NHS Trusts in England, Wales and Scotland.

Computer Science - 21.06.2022
Flawed AI makes robots racist, sexist
New work led by several universities, including Johns Hopkins, shows that neural networks built from biased Internet data teach robots to enact toxic stereotypes A robot operating with a popular Inte

Innovation - Computer Science - 17.06.2022
Bath 3D printing spinout Gen3D acquired by Altair
Bath 3D printing spinout Gen3D acquired by Altair
3D printing design software and consultancy business purchased by computational science and AI leader Gen3D, a spinout technology company started at the University of Bath that specialises in softwar

Computer Science - Campus - 16.06.2022

Innovation - Computer Science - 16.06.2022

Computer Science - Materials Science - 16.06.2022
'Energy consumption places limits on digital computing'
’Energy consumption places limits on digital computing’
Wilfred G. van der Wiel, Professor of Nanoelectronics and Director of the Centre for Brain-Inspired Nano Systems (BRAINS) at the University of Twente, is considered to be a pioneer in the field of Material Learning. He has a second professorship at the Institute of Physics at the University of Münster.

Computer Science - Health - 14.06.2022
Students develop software to revolutionise computer use for millions
Students develop software to revolutionise computer use for millions
Ground-breaking software that allows users to control their PC through their webcam using face and body movements has been developed by a team of UCL Computer Science students in collaboration with Intel, Microsoft, IBM, Google and the NHS.

Computer Science - Campus - 14.06.2022
From Ads to X-rays, Alumnus Harnesses the Power of AI
Entrepreneur Ophir Tanz pushes computer vision forward On the cutting edge of a frontier, Ophir Tanz approached his moment in history with vision - specifically, computer vision.

Computer Science - Physics - 09.06.2022

Computer Science - 08.06.2022
The infrastructure of the Artemisa Artificial Intelligence, from the Institute of Corpuscular Physics, obtains a security certificate against potential cyberattacks
The infrastructure of the Artemisa AI, which is installed in the Institute of Corpuscular Physics (IFIC, UV-CSIC), has obtained the ISO 27001 certificate.

Computer Science - Innovation - 07.06.2022

Computer Science - Environment - 07.06.2022
Artificial intelligence set to tackle jetty and port corrosion across WA
Artificial intelligence set to tackle jetty and port corrosion across WA
A team of researchers led by Curtin University have joined forces to develop an artificial intelligence tool to improve the maintenance of marine structures such as jetties and ports impacted by corrosion. The joint project, led by the Curtin Corrosion Centre, has received funding from SmartCrete CRC to deploy the new monitoring tool and to look at better ways to repair ageing marine structures built with commonly used engineering materials such as reinforced concrete.

Computer Science - Innovation - 07.06.2022
An alarm system against hardware attacks
An alarm system against hardware attacks
Two simple antennas can protect computer hardware against physical manipulation Radio waves could protect computers, as well as card readers, from attacks on their hardware. As a team from the Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy in Bochum and the Ruhr University in Bochum has shown, the signal from one antenna in a device generates a characteristic electromagnetic pattern that is received by a second antenna.

Innovation - Computer Science - 07.06.2022
Vivatech 2022: the CNRS presents the challenges and technologies of the future
This year the CNRS has decided to feature at Vivatech those technologies that meet the challenges of the future in the fields of health, sustainability, and digital technology, especially through the 12 companies presented at its stand, all of which grew out of basic research results.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 07.06.2022

Innovation - Computer Science - 02.06.2022
Perfect privacy technology and chasing rainbows
Perfect privacy technology and chasing rainbows
From banking to communication our modern, daily lives are driven by data with ongoing concerns over privacy. Now, a new EPFL paper argues that many promises made around privacy-preserving mechanisms will never be fulfilled and that we need to accept these inherent limits and not chase the impossible.

Computer Science - Physics - 02.06.2022
Toronto startup Xanadu achieves quantum computing feat: The Globe and Mail
Toronto startup Xanadu achieves quantum computing feat: The Globe and Mail
Xanadu, a quantum computing startup founded by former University of Toronto post-doctoral physics researcher Christian Weedbrook , has achieved a coveted milestone by demonstrating "quantum advantage

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 02.06.2022

Campus - Computer Science - 30.05.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 30.05.2022
Telefónica and UC3M’s augmented reality project for the home, selected for AVI 2022
The augmented reality project for the home, developed by Telefónica and the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), has been selected to be presented at the AVI 2022 (International Conference on Adva

Computer Science - Life Sciences - 30.05.2022
Launch of an exploratory Priority Research Programme and Equipment for data storage on DNA
The quantity of data stored worldwide is estimated to increase to 175 zettabytes 2 by 2025. If we were to store this data on Blu-ray discs, it would require 23 stacks from the Earth and the Moon.

Computer Science - Innovation - 30.05.2022

Astronomy / Space Science - Computer Science - 25.05.2022
Radio astronomy to foster Swiss research and industry
Radio astronomy to foster Swiss research and industry
By becoming a member of the SKA Observatory (SKAO), the largest and most ambitious radio astronomy collaboration in the world, Switzerland intends to foster Swiss research and industry while contributing to an international initiative that promises to revolutionize our understanding of the Universe.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 25.05.2022
Robots Can Learn To Safely Navigate Warehouses
Robots have been working in factories for many years. But given the related safety concerns to the tasks they perform, most operate inside cages or behind safety glass to limit or prevent interaction with humans. In warehouse operations, where goods are continuously sorted and moved, robots can be neither caged nor stationary.

Campus - Computer Science - 25.05.2022
Johns Hopkins PhD candidate named Apple Scholar
Johns Hopkins PhD candidate named Apple Scholar
Elizabeth Salesky is the first graduate student at Johns Hopkins to receive the honor, which provides support for scholars' research and academic travel Elizabeth Salesky, a third-year computer scien

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 23.05.2022
Manchester experts are designing AI-powered machines tough enough to work safely in hostile hotspots
Manchester experts are designing AI-powered machines tough enough to work safely in hostile hotspots
A new generation of smart robots is being developed at The University of Manchester that can be trusted to think and act for themselves in some of the most hazardous places on Earth - and beyond.

Physics - Computer Science - 23.05.2022
Emulating impossible ’unipolar’ laser pulses paves the way for processing quantum information
Quantum materials emit light as though it were only a positive pulse, rather than a positive-negative oscillation. A laser pulse that sidesteps the inherent symmetry of light waves could manipulate quantum information, potentially bringing us closer to room temperature quantum computing. The study, led by researchers at the University of Regensburg and the University of Michigan, could also accelerate conventional computing.

Computer Science - 23.05.2022
’I don’t even remember what I read’: People enter a ’dissociative state’ when using social media
Sometimes when we are reading a good book, it's like we are transported into another world and we stop paying attention to what's around us.
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