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Huntsville, Texas · Huntsville
New SHSU Data Science Degree among regents items approved
The Texas State University System Board of Regents approved a new degree program, Bachelor of Science in Data Science. Consent was also given for a graduate certificate in data science. The 15-semester credit hour, 100 percent online certificate program is designed to educate professionals or non-traditional students with a stackable set of core data science courses.See the Story
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Machine learning tools autonomously classify 1,000 supernovae
Astronomers at Caltech have used a machine learning algorithm to classify 1,000 supernovae completely autonomously. The algorithm was applied to data captured by the Zwicky Transient Facility, or ZTF, a sky survey instrument based at Caltech's Palomar Observatory.See the Story
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AI works on artificial DNA for future drug development – Labiotech.eu
With the help of artificial intelligence (AI), researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have succeeded in designing synthetic …See the Story
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Indian-American gets Amazon award to study machine learning systems
Pavithra Prabhakar, an Indian-American professor of computer science at the Kansas State University, has received an Amazon Research Award. The tool would be utilized to minimise disruptive changes to user experience of machine learning-based software systems as the product is refined and retrained over time.See the Story
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Europe · Paris
France taxman deploys AI spy to spot hidden swimming pools
France's tax authority said Monday that a new artificial intelligence system had found thousands of undeclared swimming pools, allowing it to collect millions of euros from homeowners who failed to report the facilities. Pools can lead to higher property taxes because they boost property value. Software developed by Google and French consulting firm Capgemini spotted the pools on aerial images of nine French regions during a trial in October 2021. The tax authorities say the software could eventually be used to find undeclared home extensions, patios or gazebos.See the Story
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Europe · Washington
US stops Nvidia and AMD selling AI chips to China, Russia
US officials have instructed Nvidia and AMD to stop selling their high-performance AI-focused GPUs to China and Russia without a license. The restriction is designed to prevent the US companies' high-end hardware from being used by or diverted to military users in China or Russia. Nvidia says the requirement could hinder its development of the H100 server accelerator and its ability to support existing A100 customers.See the Story
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AI knows how much you’re willing to pay for flights before you do
Artificial intelligence is emerging as an important tool for airlines to find the ideal fares to charge passengers. Data on everything from internet searches and COVID-19 outbreaks to weather forecasts and football results is being used. In its most advanced form, AI blows up the arcane airfare codes that have straitjacketed ticket sales for decades.See the Story
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US & Canada · Stanford
Scientists who discovered cause of narcolepsy win Breakthrough Prize
Emmanuel Mignot and Masashi Yanagisawa of Japan's University of Tsukuba share the $3 million prize. Two young Stanford mathematicians, both women, were awarded the $500,000 New Horizons prize. The winners will join celebrities later this year in an ornately choreographed f�te to celebrate $15.75 million in prizes.See the Story
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This artificial intelligence allows you to color photos in black and white
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Artificial intelligence.. Wonder and dazzle or lead the path?
Many smart people, as well as smart people, play a game of predicting the future. Their task in their discussions is to cut and determine the future of new technologies and practices, especially those that capture attention and raise interest at the global level. You find them, away from scientific and applied discussions, determining the feasibility of taking advantage of autonomous driving, alternative energy and metaverse. To succeed in seein…See the Story
Meta is handing over its PyTorch AI platform to the Linux Foundation
PyTorch ML is very popular in building all manner of AI applications. The one thing holding it back, according to some, was its close ties to Facebook. That's no longer a problem. Meta has released the code to a new, independent Linux Foundation group, the PyTorch Foundation.See the Story
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