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Article #5 Altair Startup Series. How startups can accelerate growth and effectively use artificial intelligence for quality assurance, data analytics, and other critical engineering tasks.
Led by Saptarshi Das, Penn State associate professor of engineering science and mechanics, researchers developed a smart hardware platform, or chip, to mitigate energy consumption while adding a layer of security.
In this episode, we talk about how engineers are tackling the problem of sorting through piles using robotics and a platform that leverages fake data to train robots more efficiently.
Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Archived Web News for Precise Political Event Detection and Impact Analysis in India's Southern States
This student article explains Precise Political Event Detection using Spatio-Temporal Analysis (PPED-STA) Schemes proposed by political event mapping through the extraction of data from the archives of web news.
A way to expand training data sets for manipulation tasks improves the performance of robots by 40% or more
In this episode, we talk about how researchers plan to orchestrate the movement of a fleet of cars in real-time to avoid or minimize waiting periods at stoplights and how off-road navigation is being tackled in a way that’ll make your car understand the dynamics of its surroundings like a human.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University took an all-terrain vehicle on wild rides through tall grass, loose gravel and mud to gather data about how the ATV interacted with a challenging, off-road environment.
How retail uses IoT, AI, Computer Vision, VR, and AR to transform into an automated, data-rich, and highly personalized environment.
Smart buildings, as well as retrofitted older buildings, are using sensor technology to provide organizations with data about their environment.
A smart building is a building that uses technology to capture data which is used to enable automatic,..
Human biases are well documented, from the implicit to the explicit and they have always existed but as algorithms and big data increasingly run our lives these biases become embedded in everything.
How technology can transform dark data into actionable insights.
A team of experts in artificial intelligence and animal ecology have put forth a new, cross-disciplinary approach intended to enhance research on wildlife species and make more effective use of the vast amounts of data now being collected thanks to new technology.
Hardware and software engineers will be the lifeblood of tomorrow's connected world. Academia is working hard to ensure a steady supply, in part by adapting engineering education to train the next generation of IoT innovators.