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Business/Economics - Computer Science/Telecom
17.08.2017
Sentinel-1 speeds up crop insurance payouts / Sentinel-1 / Copernicus / Observing the Earth / Our Activities / ESA
Sentinel-1 speeds up crop insurance payouts / Sentinel-1 / Copernicus / Observing the Earth / Our Activities / ESA
For the first time in India, a state government is using satellites to assess lost crops so that farmers can benefit from speedy insurance payouts.
Computer Science/Telecom
16.08.2017
Computer scientists use music to covertly track body movements, activity
Computer scientists use music to covertly track body movements, activity
As smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and other smart devices become more prevalent in our lives, computer scientists have raised concerns that these network-enabled devices, if not properly secured, could be co-opted to steal data or invade user privacy.
Chemistry - Computer Science/Telecom
16.08.2017
Candy cane supercapacitor could enable fast charging of mobile phones
Candy cane supercapacitor could enable fast charging of mobile phones
Supercapacitors promise recharging of phones and other devices in seconds and minutes as opposed to hours for batteries.
Computer Science/Telecom - Mathematics
15.08.2017
Q&A: Penn Criminologist Richard Berk on the Future of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence has great potential to transform many facets of our society, from the cars to health care to the way the criminal justice system uses information about arrest records.
Computer Science/Telecom - Business/Economics
14.08.2017
FSI | CISAC - Exploring cybersecurity, Capitol Hill-style
As cyber attacks escalate - as reflected in the 2016 Russian meddling in the U.S. election and the 2014 Sony Pictures hacking - the red alert has gone out to Washington D.C. to confront the issue.
Computer Science/Telecom
10.08.2017
Calculating the value of technology start-ups | University of Oxford
Researchers at Oxford University have developed a novel way of determining the value of new technologies in the information and communications sector, filling a significant gap in existing methods and potentially creating a decision-making tool for investors. A variety of methods are currently used to work out what new technologies are worth, from simple financial formulas to highly complex techniques, combining qualitative and quantitative models.
Computer Science/Telecom - Social Sciences
09.08.2017
Computer ’anthropologists’ study global fashion
Each day billions of photographs are uploaded to photo-sharing services and social media platforms, and Cornell computer science researchers are figuring out ways to analyze this visual treasure trove through deep-learning methods. Kavita Bala , professor of computer science; Noah Snavely , associate professor computer science at Cornell Tech; and Kevin Matzen, M.S. '15, Ph.D.
Careers/Employment - Computer Science/Telecom
08.08.2017
Challenges, Adventure Empower Dropbox CTO - News - Carnegie Mellon University
Aditya Agarwal is a leader in Silicon Valley. In December, the Carnegie Mellon University alumnus - one of the earliest employees at Facebook - was named chief technology officer for Dropbox, where he supervises hundreds of engineers creating innovations for the online storage company.
Life Sciences - Computer Science/Telecom
07.08.2017
Virtual competitors vie for a different kind of athletic title | Stanford News
Better models of the bone, muscles and nerves that control our bodies could help doctors manage movement disorders like cerebral palsy.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Computer Science/Telecom
06.08.2017
New AI algorithm monitors sleep with radio waves
New AI algorithm monitors sleep with radio waves
More than 50 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, and diseases including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's can also disrupt sleep. Diagnosing and monitoring these conditions usually requires attaching electrodes and a variety of other sensors to patients, which can further disrupt their sleep. To make it easier to diagnose and study sleep problems, researchers at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital have devised a new way to monitor sleep stages without sensors attached to the body.
Computer Science/Telecom - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
05.08.2017
Past Provost Angel Jordan Helped Lead CMU’s Rise to Prominence - News - Carnegie Mellon University
Angel Jordan, who played a pivotal role in establishing Carnegie Mellon University as one of the leading engineering, computer science and robotics institutions in the world, died Friday.
Computer Science/Telecom - Physics/Materials Science
03.08.2017
Designing the microstructure of printed objects
Designing the microstructure of printed objects
Today's 3-D printers have a resolution of 600 dots per inch, which means that they could pack a billion tiny cubes of different materials into a volume that measures just 1.67 cubic inches.
Computer Science/Telecom
02.08.2017
Caltech, Cornell Create Creature-Cataloging Contest for Computers
Caltech, Cornell Create Creature-Cataloging Contest for Computers
At a glance, would you be able to tell the difference between a donkey and a mule? A jaguar and a leopard? Most computers can't, at least not yet, but a contest hosted by Caltech and Cornell Tech, the engineering campus of Cornell University, aimed to change that.
Computer Science/Telecom - Administration/Government
01.08.2017
Hacking functional fabrics to aid emergency response
Hacking functional fabrics to aid emergency response
Hazardous environments such as disaster sites and conflict zones present many challenges for emergency response.
Computer Science/Telecom - Medicine/Pharmacology
01.08.2017
3D printed microscopes to boost science in developing countries
3D printed microscopes to boost science in developing countries
Using cheap consumer electronics and 3D printed parts to create high-quality scientific and medical devices at a fraction of the cost of alternatives is the aim of a new £1M research project at the University of Bath.
Computer Science/Telecom - Media
01.08.2017
Stanford scholar analyzes responses to algorithms in journalism, criminal justice
In a recent study, Assistant Professor of communication Angèle Christin finds a gap between intended and actual uses of algorithmic tools in journalism and criminal justice fields. Advanced algorithms shape and guide our every step in the online world. They are also increasingly penetrating everyday life as more sectors of society, from finance and health care to human resources and criminal justice, incorporate them into daily decision-making.
Computer Science/Telecom
01.08.2017
Automatic image retouching on your phone
Automatic image retouching on your phone
The data captured by today's digital cameras is often treated as the raw material of a final image.
Computer Science/Telecom - Careers/Employment
31.07.2017
Thales Australia partners with University of Sydney
The University of Sydney will develop transformational industry projects in aerospace, defence, security and transport fields together with global technology leader Thales Australia.
Computer Science/Telecom - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
28.07.2017
Outdoor drone complex for safe, bold flight testing
Outdoor drone complex for safe, bold flight testing
ANN ARBOR-An outdoor fly lab for testing autonomous aerial vehicles is coming to the University of Michigan's College of Engineering this fall, adding to the university's spate of advanced robotics facilities.
Computer Science/Telecom
27.07.2017
UW building underwater robots to study oceans around Antarctica
UW building underwater robots to study oceans around Antarctica
The water circling Antarctica has some of the roughest, most dangerous conditions on the planet. This water also is crucially important to Earth's climate: It stores a massive amount of carbon dioxide, supports vast communities of marine life and connects to all the major ocean basins.
Astronomy - Computer Science/Telecom
27.07.2017
One plant at a
One plant at a
Precision farming is set to become even more precise with a new camera drawing on satellite imaging. Thanks to research with ESA on new cameras, hyperspectral cameras flying on drones are now able to see details as small as 4-5 cm. Three customers are already using the first version of the ButterflEYE LS camera: in Denmark for biological diversity studies, in Australia for agricultural research, and in Italy for providing commercial data to farmers.
Computer Science/Telecom - Arts and Design
27.07.2017
An app to help you zero in on summer fun
An app to help you zero in on summer fun
An app developed by an EPFL doctoral student suggests outings you're sure to like - from sporting events to culture and outdoor fun.
Astronomy - Computer Science/Telecom
27.07.2017
One plant at a time
One plant at a time
Precision farming is set to become even more precise with a new camera drawing on satellite imaging. Thanks to research with ESA on new cameras, hyperspectral cameras flying on drones are now able to see details as small as 4-5 cm. Three customers are already using the first version of the ButterflEYE LS camera: in Denmark for biological diversity studies, in Australia for agricultural research, and in Italy for providing commercial data to farmers.
Administration/Government - Computer Science/Telecom
27.07.2017
Physics/Materials Science - Computer Science/Telecom
26.07.2017
The Electron Manifesto: transforming high performance computing with 'spintronics'
The Electron Manifesto: transforming high performance computing with ’spintronics’
Electron 'spin' could hold the key to managing the world's growing data demands without consuming huge amounts of energy.
Computer Science/Telecom - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
26.07.2017
Measuring distance with a single photo
Measuring distance with a single photo
Most cameras just record colour but now the 3D shapes of objects, captured through only a single lens, can be accurately estimated using new software developed by UCL computer scientists.
Computer Science/Telecom - Mathematics
26.07.2017
UT Austin Dedicates New Supercomputer, Stampede2
In 2016, the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a $30 million award to the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin to acquire and deploy a new large-scale supercomputing system, Stampede 2, as a strategic national resource to provide high-performance computing capabilities for thousands of researchers across the U.S. Photo courtesy of Texas Advanced Computing Center AUSTIN, Texas - The T
Physics/Materials Science - Computer Science/Telecom
25.07.2017
Designing Computer Software of the Future
Designing Computer Software of the Future
Quantum computers of the future hold promise for solving complex problems more quickly than ordinary computers.
Computer Science/Telecom - Medicine/Pharmacology
25.07.2017
Researchers will help train next generation of African AI experts
Researchers will help train next generation of African AI experts
Three Imperial researchers are travelling to South Africa to take part in the first ever Deep Learning Indaba.
Computer Science/Telecom - Mathematics
24.07.2017
Who will control the swarm?
The world is already well on its way to a day when innumerable autonomous cars and drones buzz about, shuffling commuters to work and packages to doorsteps.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Computer Science/Telecom
24.07.2017
Target 'best connected neighbours' to stop spread of infection in developing countries
Target ’best connected neighbours’ to stop spread of infection in developing countries
An innovative new study takes a network theory approach to targeted treatment in rural Africa, and finds that a simple algorithm may be more effective than current policies, as well as easier to deploy, when it comes to preventing disease spread - by finding those with "most connections to sick people".
Computer Science/Telecom - Careers/Employment
24.07.2017
CMU Hacking Team Looks for Win at DefCon
At a time when cybersecurity pervades news headlines on a daily basis, a team of cybersecurity experts from Carnegie Mellon University may grab an unprecedented win this weekend in Las Vegas.
Computer Science/Telecom - Careers/Employment
24.07.2017
Carnegie Mellon Hacking Team Looks for Unprecedented Fourth Win at DefCon "World Series of Hacking"
At a time when cybersecurity pervades news headlines on a daily basis, a team of cybersecurity experts from Carnegie Mellon University may grab an unprecedented win this weekend in Las Vegas.
Arts and Design - Computer Science/Telecom
21.07.2017
Neural Networks Model Audience Reactions to Movies
Neural Networks Model Audience Reactions to Movies
Engineers have created a new deep-learning software capable of assessing complex audience reactions to movies using the viewer's facial expressions. Developed by Disney Research in collaboration with Yisong Yue of Caltech and colleagues at Simon Fraser University, the software relies on a new algorithm known as factorized variational autoencoders (FVAEs).
Computer Science/Telecom - History/Archeology
21.07.2017
Computer Science/Telecom - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
21.07.2017
New camera designed by Stanford researchers could improve robot vision and virtual reality
Stanford engineers have developed a 4D camera with an extra-wide field of view. They believe this camera can be better than current options for close-up robotic vision and augmented reality. A new camera that builds on technology first described by Stanford researchers more than 20 years ago could generate the kind of information-rich images that robots need to navigate the world.
Computer Science/Telecom - Physics/Materials Science
20.07.2017
Two become one for Trinity in supercomputer partition merge
Two become one for Trinity in supercomputer partition merge
The Trinity supercomputer's two partitions were merged with both Xeon Haswell and the Xeon Phi Knights Landing (KNL) processors.
Computer Science/Telecom - Earth Sciences
20.07.2017
Second PhD a labour of love for Dr White
Second PhD a labour of love for Dr White
A retired Sunshine Coast academic has his wife to thank for prompting him to get his second University of Queensland PhD, in a totally different field to the first, at the age of 81.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Computer Science/Telecom
19.07.2017
Smart walk assist improves rehabilitation
A mobile harness suspended from the ceiling is now equipped with intelligent motion analysis for tailored walking rehabilitation in people suffering from spinal cord injury, stroke and other neurological disorders affecting gait.
Physics/Materials Science - Computer Science/Telecom
19.07.2017
Two groups both win $7.5M to study AI, autonomous systems
Autonomous systems and artificial intelligence have been making headlines recently for what they can do now - and for what's possible in the future.
Computer Science/Telecom - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
19.07.2017
Future of the Office of Government Ethics
A newly developed vine-like robot can grow across long distances without moving its whole body. It could prove useful in search and rescue operations and medical applications.
Astronomy - Computer Science/Telecom
19.07.2017
Rovers drive through Tenerife darkness
Rovers drive through Tenerife darkness
A pair of ESA rovers trundled around a Moon-like area of Tenerife by both day and night during a nine-day test campaign, gathering terabytes of data for follow-up analysis. A team from ESA's Planetary Robotics Laboratory, with a vehicle called the Heavy Duty Planetary Rover (HDPR), joined engineers from GMV in Spain employing a second ESA-owned rover and associated control systems called the Rover Autonomy Testbed (RAT), as part of ESA's Lunar Scenario Concept Validation and Demonstration (Lucid) project.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Computer Science/Telecom
19.07.2017
No battery, no wire, no problem
  (CAMBRIDGE, Mass) - The traditional Japanese art of origami transforms a simple sheet of paper into complex, three-dimensional shapes through a very specific pattern of folds, creases, and crimps.
Computer Science/Telecom - Medicine/Pharmacology
19.07.2017
"It’s always a compromise"
Digitalisation simplifies many aspects of our everyday life, but it also creates new risks. Srdjan Capkun, Professor for Information Security, explains how to find the right balance between convenience and security.
Mathematics - Computer Science/Telecom
18.07.2017
Bringing neural networks to cellphones
Bringing neural networks to cellphones
In recent years, the best-performing artificial-intelligence systems - in areas such as autonomous driving, speech recognition, computer vision, and automatic translation - have come courtesy of software systems known as neural networks. But neural networks take up a lot of memory and consume a lot of power, so they usually run on servers in the cloud, which receive data from desktop or mobile devices and then send back their analyses.
Life Sciences - Computer Science/Telecom
18.07.2017
DIY lab technique to revolutionise training for neuroscientists
DIY lab technique to revolutionise training for neuroscientists
DIY lab technique to revolutionise training for neuroscientists A team of international researchers have come up with an inexpensive way to self-manufacture lab equipment, which could revolutionise the way neuroscientists across the world are trained.
Careers/Employment - Computer Science/Telecom
17.07.2017
Professor Sean Smith to become Director of NCI
Australia's stake-hold in global science, engineering and technology depends critically on maintaining a sharp cutting edge in high performance computing infrastructure and capacity.
Life Sciences - Computer Science/Telecom
17.07.2017
New Grant for Understanding Brain Structure
Figure: Image from an electron micrograph through a single section plane illustrating spiny dendrites (yellow), nonspiny dendrites (orange), excitatory axons (green), excitatory synapses (red), astroglia (light blue), microglia (dark brown).
Computer Science/Telecom - Medicine/Pharmacology
17.07.2017
Machine learning meets materials discovery: Researchers from IBM, Toyota, and Citrine Informatics speak at UofT
Toronto, ON -  Machine learning and artificial intelligence are poised to revolutionize the way companies do business in the fields of healthcare, transportation, and materials research.
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