INTERVIEW. Water management: “If we do nothing, it will be much worse afterwards” analyze researchers from the Ecole des Mines d’Albi

the essential Xavier Lorca is director of the industrial engineering center at the Ecole des Mines d’Albi, IMT, which is organizing a symposium on June 29 on what artificial intelligence can bring to meet the water challenges of tomorrow. The round table “Climate and environment, anticipate and act!” promises to be lively. What is artificial … Read more

French researchers Claude Grison and Élodie Belnoue winners of the 2022 European Inventor Award

French researchers Claude Grison and Elodie Belnoue winners of the

The European Patent Office honored the best inventors of the year on Tuesday. Among the winners, two French researchers. Article written by Posted on 06/22/2022 12:08 Reading time : 1 min. Director of research at the CNRS, Claude Grison was awarded for his work on soil depollution by plants. The originality of her research is … Read more

Will the robots of the future be racist and sexist? Researchers sound the alarm

New work carried out by American researchers concludes that robots, when they operate with defective artificial intelligence, will tend to develop stereotypes that are nevertheless specific to humans. Worried about the future… Men rather than women, whites rather than people of color, and the most hasty conclusions about the jobs people hold after just a … Read more

Inspired by fireflies, researchers are creating insect-scale robots that can emit light as they fly, enabling movement tracking and communication

The fireflies that light up dark backyards on warm summer evenings use their luminescence to communicate – to attract a mate, ward off predators or attract prey. These twinkling insects also sparked inspiration from MIT scientists. Inspired by nature, they built light-emitting flexible artificial muscles for insect-scale flying robots. The tiny artificial muscles that control … Read more

Inria joins forces with two startups to make cancer data more accessible to researchers

Arkhn and Owkin are collaborating with the institute to advance research and innovation with data from four healthcare institutions. Facilitate access to health data in oncology to advance research and innovation. It is for this purpose that several companies and institutes collaborate. June 20, software company Arkhn announced its partnership with the start-up Owkin specializing … Read more

With Dynamic World, Google wants to help researchers fight against climate change

The American giant has launched Dynamic World, a tool that provides near real-time global land cover data. Enabling researchers and governments to develop useful solutions and minimize their effects on problems like climate change is Google’s goal with its new tool called Dynamic World. Powered by the Google Earth Engine and AI Platform user interface, … Read more

Researchers have developed a new system capable of accelerating the execution of computer programs while guaranteeing their accuracy. – News Artificial intelligence and robotics

Researchers have developed a technique that can dramatically speed up certain types of computer programs automatically, while ensuring that program results remain accurate. Their system increases the speed of programs that run in the Unix shell, a ubiquitous programming environment that was created 50 years ago and is still widely used today. Their method parallelizes … Read more

Researchers have succeeded in cloning pigs thanks to artificial intelligence alone

Researchers have succeeded in cloning pigs thanks to artificial intelligence

Technology gave a lot of itself, when coupled with science, and, in a world first, a team of researchers succeeded in cloning pigs, using only an artificial intelligence (AI) system . Seven healthy piglets were born, opening new doors for meat consumption. The problem of excessive meat consumption, in the world, is not new and … Read more

Digital development: Teachers and researchers analyze the opportunities offered to Africa

Digital development Teachers and researchers analyze the opportunities offered to

At the initiative of CEPHISS and the LAPHI laboratory, an international seminar on “digital change in Africa” ​​was held on June 2 and 3, 2022 at the Higher Institute of Population Sciences (ISSP), in Ouagadougou. For 48 hours, more than thirty papers were presented and discussed in order to highlight the changes taking place in … Read more

Researchers study links between facial recognition and Alzheimer’s disease Artificial Intelligence and Robotics News

In recent years, Alzheimer’s disease has been on the rise all over the world and is rarely diagnosed at an early stage when it can still be effectively controlled. Using artificial intelligence, KTU researchers conducted a study to determine if human-computer interfaces could be adapted so that people with memory impairments could recognize an object … Read more