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The Military Should Teach Artificial Intelligence to Watch Drone Footage

11/26 12:10 Anonymous 0

With demand for more drone operations continuing unabated, the military should devise ways to review every second of drone video surveillance and manage the wealth of information that results.The answer to this quandary is a mix of emerging artificial intelligence, analytics, and compression technologies that would automate the review and initial analysis of drone video.

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Artificial intelligence aids materials fabrication

11/06 03:34 Anonymous 0

But developing processes for producing those materials has continued to depend on a combination of experience, intuition, and manual literature reviews.’”

The researchers envision a database that contains materials recipes extracted from millions of papers.

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Artificial intelligence suggests recipes based on food photos

11/01 13:15 Anonymous 0

There are few things social media users love more than flooding their feeds with photos of food.Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) believe that analyzing photos like these could help us learn recipes and better understand people's eating habits.

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Elon Musk called out by creepy artificial intelligence robot

10/26 17:34 Anonymous 0

After years of warning of the dangers of artificial intelligence, Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk finally got into it with an AI robot this week.CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin interviewed Sophia, Hanson Robotics' artificially intelligent humanoid robot designed to look like Audrey Hepburn on stage at the Future Investment Initiative in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday.

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Perfect artificial shrimp retrieve and feel the thump

05/03 22:45 Anonymous 0

While a full bucket of live shrimp is tough to beat, an angler who can retrieve an artificial shrimp the correct way will start repurposing their live shrimp for a big pot of Lowcountry boil.Lures was one of the first to develop a soft-plastic shrimp with a real, lifelike action, and his D.

Colorful, artificial Trix is back

Colorful, artificial Trix is back

09/26 05:02 Anonymous 0

On Thursday, General Mills announced that it was bringing back the "colorful" Trix.That means that in addition to selling Trix cereal dyed with natural ingredients like radishes and turmeric, it will also sell a version that uses classic, brighter artificial dyes: Red 40, Blue 1, and Yellow 6, the Wall Street Journal reported.