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Life Sciences - Computer Science - 17.08.2022
A New Neuromorphic Chip for AI on the Edge, at a Small Fraction of the Energy and Size
The NeuRRAM chip is the first compute-in-memory chip to demonstrate a wide range of AI applications at a fraction of the energy consumed by other platforms while maintaining equivalent accuracy An international team of researchers has designed and built a chip that runs computations directly in memory and can run a wide variety of AI applications-all at a fraction of the energy consumed by computing platforms for general-purpose AI computing.

Chemistry - Computer Science - 16.08.2022
NSF Center for Computer-Assisted Synthesis Named a Phase II Center for Chemical Innovation
Carnegie Mellon's Olexandr Isayev and Gabe Gomes are part of the multi-institution team that will bring together chemistry and machine learning to advance molecular synthesis Imagine a world where th

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.08.2022
Empowering young people on International Youth Day
Empowering young people on International Youth Day
Held every year on August 12, International Youth Day provides a platform for young people to focus on how they will develop innovative and entrepreneurial solutions for the future.

Computer Science - Physics - 09.08.2022
MCS Expands Research Pipeline Through Undergraduate Programs
Jose Emilio Regio's academic path has had a few curves over the past four years. "I switched majors three times," said Regio, a fifth-year senior at the University of Connecticut.

Innovation - Computer Science - 05.08.2022
Monash wins Algorand boost for blockchain technologies in the Pacific
Researchers from Australia and the Pacific region, led by Monash University, are among ten global winners of the Algorand Centres of Excellence (ACE) Program, sharing US$50 million to strengthen blockchain technology, education and innovation.

Computer Science - Health - 04.08.2022
A textbook comes to life: Augmented reality for dental specialists
A textbook comes to life: Augmented reality for dental specialists
Game developers from the ETH Game Technology Center have created an app that explains bone remodelling in a playful way. If students point the camera of their mobile device at the textbook, they find themselves transported to the bone's surface, where they help cells break down bone tissue. Every year, 10 percent of our skeleton undergoes bone remodelling without us noticing.

Computer Science - Earth Sciences - 04.08.2022
Surfing for Science
It's a summer morning at La Jolla Shores and Robert O'Brien, a junior at Princeton University who is spending his summer at UC San Diego, is surfing—for science.

Transport - Computer Science - 02.08.2022
Making Intelligent Traffic
Making Intelligent Traffic
Summer Series - Bachelor's project (5). Delivering sustainability in traffic is no easy feat. Could software that globally coordinates cars to avoid traffic jams and congestion be the answer? In 2019 drivers in Rome lost an average of 166 hours to traffic jams and congestion.

Computer Science - Campus - 29.07.2022
New $10M NSF-Funded Institute Will Get to the CORE of Data Science
EnCORE will tackle important problems in foundations of Data Science A new National Science Foundation initiative has created a $10 million dollar institute led by computer and data scientists at Uni

Computer Science - 29.07.2022
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores 'what it means to reckon with memory'
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores ’what it means to reckon with memory’
When you look back on events in your life, especially traumatic ones, did they really happen the way you remember them?

Computer Science - 28.07.2022
How to help assembly-line robots shift gears and pick up almost anything
How to help assembly-line robots shift gears and pick up almost anything
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, car manufacturing companies such as Ford quickly shifted their production focus from automobiles to masks and ventilators.

Computer Science - Innovation - 26.07.2022

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 22.07.2022
Robots Learn Household Tasks by Watching Humans
Novel method developed by CMU researchers allows robots to learn in the wild The robot watched as Shikhar Bahl opened the refrigerator door. It recorded his movements, the swing of the door, the location of the refrigerator and more, analyzing this data and readying itself to mimic what Bahl had done.

Computer Science - Innovation - 20.07.2022

Computer Science - 20.07.2022
Australia must address China tech challenge in Indonesia
Australia must address China tech challenge in Indonesia
China's free large-scale technology training in Indonesia poses a major security challenge to Australia and the region, according to a paper by experts at The Australian National University (ANU).

Computer Science - Innovation - 20.07.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 19.07.2022

Computer Science - 19.07.2022
Open source platform enables research on privacy-preserving machine learning
Virtual assortment of user devices provides a realistic training environment for distributed machine learning, protects privacy by learning where data lives The biggest benchmarking data set to date

Health - Computer Science - 15.07.2022
Open-source tech enables 3D-printed surgical table
The cost of a surgical fracture table generally costs more than $250,000. A Western Engineering-led team has designed and developed a new 3D-printed prototype using open source hardware.

Career - Computer Science - 15.07.2022
HCII Students Seek To Increase Workplace Gratitude With Co-Orb
Desk lamp lights up with personalized emoji when someone sends a thank-you message Thanking co-workers online is a nice gesture, but it doesn't measure up to saying it in person. Remote work has cut into the time employees spend together, making the pat on the back, handshake or sincere "thank you" less commonplace.

Computer Science - 14.07.2022
’fuzzy’ AI algorithms to aid people with memory loss
A new computer algorithm developed by the University of Toronto's  Parham Aarabi  can store and recall information strategically - just like our brains.

Campus - Computer Science - 14.07.2022
Best-performance Trio: Sub Auspiciis Doctoral Graduation at TU Graz
Best-performance Trio: Sub Auspiciis Doctoral Graduation at TU Graz
Thomas Schlatzer and the twin brothers Erich Kobler and Reinmar Kobler all achieved top grades from the upper school to doctorate at TU Graz.

Innovation - Computer Science - 12.07.2022
What role do humans play in the age of technology and in the digitalised working world of the future?
What role do humans play in the age of technology and in the digitalised working world of the future?
Discourses on humans and machines, 1920s-2020s: humanistic challenges in management and culture in light of new technology From steam engines to the assembly line to robots and artificial intelligenc

Computer Science - Research Management - 12.07.2022
Release of largest trained open-science multilingual language model ever
Release of largest trained open-science multilingual language model ever
Language models are AI systems whose primary applications concern natural (i.e., human) language.

Mechanical Engineering - Computer Science - 12.07.2022
New project will lay groundwork for open access to massive windfarm simulations
New project will lay groundwork for open access to massive windfarm simulations
The creation of a public database will increase accessibility for all users, including academics and engineers who are developing more sustainable energy solutions Wind power produces over 8% of our nation's electricity, up from less than 2% just a few years ago.

Computer Science - 11.07.2022
Quantum Computers: Cryptographic Algorithm Bearing the Handwriting of TU Graz Becomes Standard
Quantum Computers: Cryptographic Algorithm Bearing the Handwriting of TU Graz Becomes Standard
Extremely powerful computers of the future require alternative encryption and signature methods. In a six-year process, the US authority NIST has now elevated four post-quantum algorithms to standard status - one of which bears the signature of TU Graz.

Computer Science - Linguistics / Literature - 11.07.2022
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga’s Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level From Space Invaders to Super Mario, video games are one of the most influential forms of media on the planet.

Campus - Computer Science - 07.07.2022

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 07.07.2022
A race to converse with, and save, the ocean’s brainiest eco-predators
Berkeley researchers are part of a newly launched, multidisciplinary project aimed at cracking sperm whales' Morse code-like communications off the Caribbean island of Dominica.

Astronomy / Space Science - Computer Science - 04.07.2022

Computer Science - Innovation - 04.07.2022
UQ Indigenous leader recognised in National NAIDOC Week Awards
UQ Indigenous leader recognised in National NAIDOC Week Awards
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.

Innovation - Computer Science - 01.07.2022

Campus - Computer Science - 01.07.2022

Architecture - Computer Science - 01.07.2022
Researchers help reveal Miami-Dade’s affordable housing supply
How have cities adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic? Has urban planning and zoning changed to meet the mounting threats of the climate crisis? Will the trends of working from home continue as teleco

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 - Research Management - 30.06.2022
Two new research units on artificial intelligence
German Research Foundation funds projects at the University of Bonn to the tune of millions of euros Artificial intelligence (AI) is getting a boost: the German Research Foundation (DFG) is funding a total of eight new AI research units with a total of 31.4 million euros.

Innovation - Computer Science - 29.06.2022

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
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