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Researchers in Switzerland and the US have devised a new machine learning approach to the detection of website advertising material that’s based on the way such material interacts with the browser, rather than by analyzing its content or network behavior – two approaches which have proved ineffective in the long term in the face of…

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As of now, numerous businesses use computing technology to streamline their operations. And most probably, you’re one of them. Honestly, information technology has made business processes easy and manageable. It’s hard to imagine how the workplace would be without IT. But despite the benefits you reap, it has its fair share of risks. Thus, you…

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Russian researchers have developed a prototype robot capable of undertaking ad hoc recharging missions for agricultural and industrial robots whose autonomy is otherwise limited by lack of power outlets, and which also features a proposed standard for a charging plug/socket configuration applicable to mobile robotics systems. The prototype for ‘MobileCharger’, revealed in a recent paper…

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Researchers at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), the University of Liège and the Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg for Renewable Energy have developed a new microswimmer that defies the laws of fluid dynamics. The swimmer could have applications in areas like healthcare, where it could be used to transport drugs through the blood.  The team’s model connsists of two…

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When is building better than buying an off-the-shelf solution? Companies can engage in different approaches to model development. From fully managed ML services, all the way to custom models. Depending on business requirements, available expertise, and planning constraints, they must make a choice: should they develop custom solutions from scratch? Or should they choose an…

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Engineers at the University of California – Riverside have developed an air-powered computer memory that can help control the movements of soft robots. The new system addresses one of the biggest challenges in soft robotics, which is the mismatch between pneumatics and electronics. The research was published in PLOS One. Pressurized air is used to…

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Researchers and engineers at the University of Maryland have created a 3D-printed soft-robotic hand that is able to play Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros.  In what is an incredible advancement in the agility of robotic hands, the research was presented in Science Advances. The field of soft robotics focuses on flexible and inflatable robots that are…

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Researchers from South Korea have developed a dataset designed to aid research into AI’s understanding of the way that humans use images in dialogue, and to help natural language models to participate in this very recent development in human communications. The paper, from KAIST at Daedeok Innopolis, notes that research into such multi-modal dialogue systems…

Read More Teaching AI to Understand and Use Images in Dialogue – budindark.com

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Is the use of a web application firewall (WAF) a mandatory standard for securing web resources, or is it an important but optional layer of protection? How to choose and implement a WAF? What does the future hold for this market? Keep reading to get the answers. What does a web application firewall do? It…

Read More Insights into the Web Application Firewall Market – budindark.com

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A team of researchers at Yale-NUS College have developed new computer vision and deep learning approaches to extract more accurate data from low-level vision in videos caused by environmental factors like rain and night-time conditions. They also improved the accuracy of 3D human pose estimation in videos.  Computer vision technology, which is used in applications…

Read More Researchers Develop New Techniques for Improving Degraded Images – budindark.com