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By: Jeremy Berman is the Co-founder and President of GoodUnited, Nonprofits have historically relied on a wide variety of methods for fundraising. From making calls to hosting in-person events, one of the most effective ways of engaging donors is by creating a personal connection. In the high net worth individual game, a development director typically…

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One of the most promising areas of the robotics field involves tiny DNA-based robots and nanodevices, which scientists believe will eventually be capable of delivering targeted medicine in the human body. They could also be used to detect pathogens and lead to the development of smaller electronics. A recent advancement in this area came when…

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A Chinese research consortium has developed techniques to bring editing and compositing capabilities to one of the hottest image synthesis research sectors of the last year – Neural Radiance Fields (NeRF). The system is entitled ST-NeRF (Spatio-Temporal Coherent Neural Radiance Field). What appears to be a physical camera pan in the image below is actually…

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Today, it’s critical that websites load fast and offer a flawless user experience to gain and retain customers. As per Google’s research, when the page load time changes from 1 second to 3 seconds, the bounce rate surges by 32%. And at five seconds, the bounce rate surges by 90%. This proves that the demand…

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A new study conducted by strategic consultancy Alice Labs and global technology firm Reaktor sheds light on what researchers call “algorithmic fatigue.” Algorithmic fatigue takes place when individuals spend long periods of time doing things like browsing streaming services. In these moments, AI systems can often fail in their duty to satisfy the expectations of…

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For the past twenty years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been emerging as a mega trend that impacts all sectors. In 2020, investment in AI startups exceeded $40 billion, which was an increase of 9.3% from 2019. On the other hand, 87% of AI projects fail, and many factors cause this. To make an effective AI-driven…

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Italian researchers have developed a method by which it’s possible to bypass facial recognition ID checks for any user, in systems that have been trained on a Deep Neural Network (DNN). The approach works even for target users that enrolled into the system after the DNN was trained, and potentially enables the providers of end-to-end…

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Charles Simon is the Author of Brain Simulator II, a companion book to the Brain Simulator II, a free, open source software project aimed at creating an end-to-end Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) system The original Brain Simulator software was released in 1988, an enormity of time in the software world. How much of a leap…

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In order for swarms of robots to act collectively, researchers must choreograph their interactions by relying on advanced algorithms and components. However, if the robots are simple with a lack of advanced programming, coordinated behavior can rarely be achieved.  Dana Randall, ADVANCE Professor of Computing and Daniel Goldman, Dunn Family Professor, have led a team…

Read More “Dumb Robots” Accomplish Tasks by Leveraging Physical Characteristics  – budindark.com

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Andrew Ng, one of the most influential voices in machine learning over the last decade, is currently voicing concerns about the extent to which the sector emphasizes innovations in model architecture over data – and specifically, the extent to which it allows ‘overfitted’ results to be depicted as generalized solutions or advances. These are sweeping…

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