- IBM and Fundación Ikerbasque Partner to Launch Groundbreaking Quantum Computational Centeron 24th March 2023 at 4:45 am
• IBM Quantum Computational Center is first to be deployed in the Basque Country, Spain, providing Qiskit Runtime services from a 127-qubit on-site IBM Quantum System One.
- T-Systems to Offer Quantum Computing Expertise and Access to IBM Quantum Computational Resourceson 23rd March 2023 at 1:36 pm
T-Systems offerings range from one-day introductory sessions to business-case proofs-of-concept over several months
- Cleveland Clinic and IBM Unveil First Quantum Computer Dedicated to Healthcare Researchon 21st March 2023 at 1:00 am
IBM Quantum System One deployed at Cleveland Clinic as part of landmark 10-year partnership
- IBM Launches RFP to Help Accelerate Global Water Management Solutions for Vulnerable Populationson 14th March 2023 at 1:03 pm
- IBM will support projects that can help improve access to safe drinking water for all, improve water quality by reducing pollution, increase water-use efficiency, protect and restore water-related ecosystems, increase sanitation management, and reduce the number of people suffering from water scarcity
- IBM Brings Intelligent Automation Software to Telecom Egypt to Transform Their Network Operationson 13th March 2023 at 12:00 pm
- IBM Cloud Pak for Watson AIOps will be adopted to help Telcom Egypt maintain control & governance over their IT operations
- Fostering innovation through a culture of curiosityby MIT Technology Review Insights on 24th March 2023 at 4:05 pm
When Lenovo set out to transition into a services-led company, they began by looking internally, says Art Hu, Lenovo’s senior vice president & chief information, technology and delivery officer of the Solutions & Services Group. To offer products and services that provide valuable business outcomes rather than traditional one-off hardware delivery, the company evolved internal…
- The Download: covid’s origin drama, and TikTok’s uncertain futureby Rhiannon Williams on 24th March 2023 at 12:40 pm
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Newly-revealed coronavirus data has reignited a debate over the virus’s origins This week, we’ve seen the resurgence of a debate that has been swirling since the start of the pandemic—where did the virus…
- Newly revealed coronavirus data has reignited a debate over the virus’s originsby Jessica Hamzelou on 24th March 2023 at 10:53 am
This article is from The Checkup, MIT Technology Review’s weekly biotech newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every Thursday, sign up here. This week, coronavirus has been back in the news in a big way. We’ve seen the resurgence of a debate that has been swirling since the start of the pandemic—where did the…
- The next generation of connected IoTby Jenn Webb on 23rd March 2023 at 5:48 pm
Connected devices have become an expectation: whether at home, in the office, or moving through the city, people rely on smart, interconnected devices and sensors making their lives easier, more productive, and more efficient. Today, technical advances such as lower power chips, better connectivity, and advanced artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are unlocking…
- Investing in life sciences R&D by designby MIT Technology Review Insights on 23rd March 2023 at 3:28 pm
Repairing a human liver using lab-grown cells. Using oral antibiotics to treat cystic fibrosis patients. Producing a single-dose treatment for breast cancer that’s proving highly effective. Predicting cancer with AI. All of this innovation came out of the UK life sciences industry. “It’s really the only industry that can both improve the health of your…
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- Learning to grow machine-learning modelsby Adam Zewe | MIT News Office on 22nd March 2023 at 4:00 am
New LiGO technique accelerates training of large machine-learning models, reducing the monetary and environmental cost of developing AI applications.
- Detailed images from space offer clearer picture of drought effects on plantsby Carolyn Blais | Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab on 20th March 2023 at 8:15 pm
J-WAFS researchers are using remote sensing observations to build high-resolution systems to monitor drought.
- Mining the right transition metals in a vast chemical spaceby Leda Zimmerman | Department of Chemical Engineering on 13th March 2023 at 8:55 pm
Computational chemists design better ways of discovering and designing materials for energy applications.
- New method accelerates data retrieval in huge databasesby Adam Zewe | MIT News Office on 13th March 2023 at 4:00 am
Researchers used machine learning to build faster and more efficient hash functions, which are a key component of databases.
- MIT professor to Congress: “We are at an inflection point” with AIby MIT Washington Office on 10th March 2023 at 2:00 pm
Aleksander Mądry urges lawmakers to ask rigorous questions about how AI tools are being used by corporations.
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- Robot caterpillar demonstrates new approach to locomotion for soft roboticson 22nd March 2023 at 11:09 pm
Researchers have demonstrated a caterpillar-like soft robot that can move forward, backward and dip under narrow spaces. The caterpillar-bot's movement is driven by a novel pattern of silver nanowires that use heat to control the way the robot bends, allowing users to steer the robot in either direction.
- Biodegradable artificial muscles: Going green in the field of soft roboticson 22nd March 2023 at 11:09 pm
Scientists have developed fully biodegradable, high-performance artificial muscles. Their research project marks another step towards green technology becoming a lasting trend in the field of soft robotics.
- Head-worn device can control mobile manipulatorson 20th March 2023 at 6:38 pm
New research aims to increase autonomy for individuals with such motor impairments by introducing a head-worn device that will help them control a mobile manipulator. Teleoperated mobile manipulators can aid individuals in completing daily activities, but many existing technologies like hand-operated joysticks or web interfaces require a user to have substantial fine motor skills to effectively control them. Research led by robotics Ph.D. student Akhil Padmanabha offers a new device equipped with a hands-free microphone and head-worn sensor that allows users to control a mobile robot via head motion and speech recognition.
- Mind-control robots a realityon 20th March 2023 at 2:21 pm
Researchers have developed biosensor technology that will allow you to operate devices, such as robots and machines, solely through thought control.
- A sowing, pruning, and harvesting robot for SynecocultureTM farmingon 20th March 2023 at 2:20 pm
Synecoculture, a new farming method, involves growing mixed plant species together in high density. However, it requires complex operation since varying species with different growing seasons and growing speeds are planted on the same land. To address this need, researchers have developed a robot that can sow, prune, and harvest plants in dense vegetation growth. Its small, flexible body will help large-scale Synecoculture. This is an important step towards achieving sustainable farming and carbon neutrality.
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- Mozilla.ai picks up OpenAI’s founding missionby Ryan Daws on 23rd March 2023 at 3:54 pm
Mozilla’s new startup will build “trustworthy” AI that benefits humanity. If that sounds familiar, it was OpenAI’s founding mission. The startup, Mozilla.ai, aims to create an independent and open-source AI ecosystem that addresses society’s most pressing concerns about the rapidly-advancing technology. Mark Surman, President of the Mozilla Foundation, wrote in a blog post: “This new... Read more » The post Mozilla.ai picks up OpenAI’s founding mission appeared first on AI News.
- Google plays it safe with initial Bard rolloutby Ryan Daws on 21st March 2023 at 4:51 pm
Google has begun rolling out early access to its Bard chatbot in the US and UK. The ChatGPT rival was announced via a blog post in February, seemingly to get ahead of Microsoft’s own big reveal event the next day. Microsoft’s plans to integrate a new version of ChatGPT into its Bing search engine set... Read more » The post Google plays it safe with initial Bard rollout appeared first on AI News.
- AI professionals seek job flexibility and stability over exciting perksby Ryan Daws on 20th March 2023 at 4:51 pm
Research suggests that AI professionals looking for a new job prioritise flexibility and stability over exciting perks. Despite recent high-profile layoffs, the wider talent shortage is ongoing. Organisations looking to attract, or retain, the best candidates are offering numerous unique benefits. However, research from BenchSci finds that AI, machine learning, and data professionals are mostly... Read more » The post AI professionals seek job flexibility and stability over exciting perks appeared first on AI News.
- Editorial: UK puts AI at the centre of its Budgetby Ryan Daws on 16th March 2023 at 12:32 pm
British Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced the country’s Spring Budget this week and supporting the AI industry was at the centre. The UK is Europe’s AI leader. Indeed, behind the US and China, the country’s tech sector overall has the third-highest amount of VC investment in the world – more than Germany and France combined –... Read more » The post Editorial: UK puts AI at the centre of its Budget appeared first on AI News.
- Hallucinations, plagiarism, and ChatGPTby Alex Woodie on 15th March 2023 at 11:41 am
ChatGPT was introduced just seven weeks ago, but the AI has already garnered a lifetime’s worth of hype. It’s anybody’s guess whether this particular technology opens the AI kimono for good or is just a blip before the next AI winter sets in, but one thing is certain: It’s kickstarted an important conversation about AI,... Read more » The post Hallucinations, plagiarism, and ChatGPT appeared first on AI News.
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- Best Practices for Building the AI Development Platform in Government by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 11:20 pm
By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor The AI stack defined by Carnegie Mellon University is fundamental to the approach being taken by the US Army for its AI development platform efforts, according to Isaac Faber, Chief Data Scientist at the US Army AI Integration Center, speaking at the AI World Government event held in-person and virtually
- Advance Trustworthy AI and ML, and Identify Best Practices for Scaling AI by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 11:19 pm
By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor Advancing trustworthy AI and machine learning to mitigate agency risk is a priority for the US Department of Energy (DOE), and identifying best practices for implementing AI at scale is a priority for the US General Services Administration (GSA). That’s what attendees learned in two sessions at the AI
- Promise and Perils of Using AI for Hiring: Guard Against Data Bias by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 11:18 pm
By AI Trends Staff While AI in hiring is now widely used for writing job descriptions, screening candidates, and automating interviews, it poses a risk of wide discrimination if not implemented carefully. That was the message from Keith Sonderling, Commissioner with the US Equal Opportunity Commision, speaking at the AI World Government event held live and virtually in
- Predictive Maintenance Proving Out as Successful AI Use Case by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 10:10 pm
By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor More companies are successfully exploiting predictive maintenance systems that combine AI and IoT sensors to collect data that anticipates breakdowns and recommends preventive action before break or machines fail, in a demonstration of an AI use case with proven value. This growth is reflected in optimistic market forecasts.
- Novelty In The Game Of Go Provides Bright Insights For AI And Autonomous Vehicles by Allison Proffitt on 28th October 2021 at 9:49 pm
By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider We already expect that humans to exhibit flashes of brilliance. It might not happen all the time, but the act itself is welcomed and not altogether disturbing when it occurs. What about when Artificial Intelligence (AI) seems to display an act of novelty? Any such instance is bound to get our attention;
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