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microsoft s ai will describe images in word and powerpoint for blind users Microsoft’s AI will describe images in Word and PowerPoint for blind users
THE VERGE Artificial intelligence may be making small and steady advances in general-purpose situations like digital assistants. But it’s the more subtle AI accessibility features that... 19 hours
Book Excerpt: 'Are Numbers Real?' (US 2016)
LIVE SCIENCE In "Are Numbers Real?," author Brian Clegg explores the way that math has become more and more detached from reality, and yet despite this is driving the development of modern physics. 1 day
Computer learns to recognize sounds by watching video
SCIENCE DAILY In recent years, computers have gotten remarkably good at recognizing speech and images: Think of the dictation software on most cellphones, or the algorithms that automatically identify people in photos posted to... 2 days
watch this robot struggle to walk over uneven ground like a real person Watch this robot struggle to walk over uneven ground like a real person
THE VERGE VIDEO Boston Dynamics, the famed manufacturer of the robots that will... 2 days
Computer learns to recognize sounds by watching video
PHYS.ORG In recent years, computers have gotten remarkably good at recognizing speech and images: Think of the dictation software on most cellphones, or the algorithms that automatically identify people in photos posted to... 2 days
Facebook’s advice to students interested in artificial intelligence
TechCrunch  Math. Math. Oh and perhaps some more math. That’s the gist of the advice to students interested in AI from... 2 days
WATCH LIVE NOW: NASA Talks 'Hidden Figures' & Space Math
SPACE.COM NASA will host an educational panel at 11 a.m. EDT (1600 GMT) on the work done by the African American women of Langley's West Computing Unit featuring director... 2 days
watch live 11am et nasa talks hidden figures space math for students WATCH LIVE @ 11am ET: NASA Talks 'Hidden Figures' & Space Math for Students
SPACE.COM VIDEO NASA will host an educational panel at 11 a.m. EDT (1600 GMT) on the work done by the African American... 2 days
Suggestions for you: A better, faster recommendation algorithm
PHYS.ORG The internet is rife with recommendation systems, suggesting movies you should watch or people you should date. These systems are tuned to match people with items, based on the assumption that similar... 2 days
Smart meters to use algorithms to analyze electricity consumption
PHYS.ORG Using innovative electric meters and smart algorithms, Fraunhofer researchers want to revolutionize energy management in the future. In cooperation with their partners, they have developed a method that breaks down... 2 days
Sean Parker is partnering with the Cancer Research Institute to find a cancer vaccine
TechCrunch  Cancerous tumors carry certain genetic markers called neoantigens and Facebook... 2 days
reuters built an algorithm to flag and verify breaking news on twitter Reuters built an algorithm to flag and verify breaking news on Twitter
THE VERGE Reuters has developed a tool capable of automatically detecting and verifying breaking news on Twitter, in an attempt to report on events more rapidly... 2 days
MusicNet aims to give machine learning algorithms a taste for Beethoven
TechCrunch  We’ve got machine learning systems captioning images, synthesizing speech, and translating between languages, but... 3 days
What makes Bach sound like Bach? New dataset teaches algorithms classical music
SCIENCE DAILY MusicNet is the first publicly available large-scale classical music dataset designed to allow machine learning algorithms to tackle a wide range of open challenges... 3 days
can maths help you win at roulette Can maths help you win at roulette?
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Albert Einstein supposedly once said: "No one can win at roulette unless he steals money from the table while the croupier isn't looking." 3 days
The good, the bad, and the ugly of algorithmic trading
PHYS.ORG Algorithms are taking a lot of flak from those in financial circles. They've been blamed for a recent flash crash in the British pound and the greatest fall... 3 days
Study finds cash and coins help engage primary maths students
PHYS.ORG Primary school students are more likely to understand and engage with maths if classes use real money and real-life projects, according to a Western Sydney University pilot study. 3 days
Dr. Google may check your eyes in the future - CNET
CNET The search giant trains an algorithm to spot diabetic retinopathy, which can cause blindness. 4 days
Crunching the numbers: Researchers use math in search for diabetes cure
SCIENCE DAILY New research by a mathematics professor has successfully reactivated oscillations in insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells — one of the first necessary steps to resurrecting the dormant... 4 days
Programmable disorder: Random algorithms at the molecular scale
PHYS.ORG Many self-organized systems in nature exploit a sophisticated blend of deterministic and random processes. No two trees are exactly alike because growth is random, but a Redwood can be readily distinguished from... 4 days
New algorithm provides better predictions of individual preferences
PHYS.ORG A collaborative of researchers has developed a filtering model with an associated scalable algorithm that makes accurate predictions of individuals' preferences. The new approach is based on the explicit assumption that there... 4 days
US students lag peers in East Asia, Russia in math, science
PHYS.ORG In a globally competitive world, American students have strides to make when it comes to math and science, where they lag behind a solid block of... 4 days
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CNET The quadcopter on a leash lets you safely fly a GoPro camera up to 100 feet in the air indoors or out. 4 days
Team develops algorithm to improve online mapping of disaster areas
PHYS.ORG When an 8-magnitude earthquake struck Yingjie Hu's home province of Sichuan, China, in 2008, he was more than 1,000 miles away attending college in Shanghai. While Hu wanted... 5 days
Quantum physics offers new way to factor numbers
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—Any number can, in theory, be written as the product of prime numbers. For small numbers, this is easy (for example, the prime factors of 12 are 2, 2, and 3), but... 5 days
Insta360 Air looks to bring affordable 360 video to Android phones
TechCrunch  360-degree cameras are still somewhat of a novelty, with a range of options offering... 5 days
phase 2 of the european astro pi challenge begins Phase 2 of the European Astro Pi challenge begins!
ESA ESA and its partners are happy to announce that more than 350 teams have been selected for the... 1 week
New 3-D structure shows optimal way to divide space
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—Researchers have discovered a new 3D structure that divides space into 24 regions, and have shown that it is the best solution yet to a modified version of a geometrical... 1 week
Neuroscientists Say Simple Mathematical Logic Underlies Complex Brain Computations
SCI-NEWS.COM According to Dr. Joe Tsien, a neuroscientist at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, the brain’s... 1 week
Fault curvature may control where big earthquakes occur
SCIENCE DAILY The geometry of large faults has been the focus of recent research, which has found that the big earthquakes occur where faults are mostly flat. 1 week
Fault curvature may control where big quakes occur
SCIENCE DAILY The geometry of large faults has been the focus of recent research, which has found that the big earthquakes occur where faults are mostly flat. 1 week
Subduction zone geometry: Mega-earthquake risk indicator
SCIENCE DAILY Mega-earthquakes (with a magnitude greater than 8.5) mainly occur on subduction faults where one tectonic plate passes under another. But the probability of such earthquakes does not appear to be even across these zones. In a... 1 week
[Geophysics] Mega-earthquakes go the flat way
AAAS Megathrust faults in subduction zones cause large and damaging earthquakes. Bletery et al. argue that certain geometric features of the subduction zones relate to earthquake – [Read More] 1 week
Convict-spotting algorithm criticised
BBC An experiment to see whether computers can identify criminals based on their faces has been conducted in China. 1 week
IFLs created from pi-conjugated polymers improve performance and stability of optoelectronic devices
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers from Singapore and the U.K. has found that using a particular type of polymer allowed for creating interfacial layers (IFLs)... 1 week
Use of genetic algorithm helping to find the best carbon dioxide sponge
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with the University of Ottawa has found that an algorithm used in genetic research has proven to be useful in... 1 week
Raspberry Pi helps build strong brains - CNET
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Research shows how machine-learning models can interpret echocardiographic images and enable HCM diagnosis
NEWS MEDICAL Computer algorithms can automatically interpret echocardiographic images and distinguish between pathological hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and physiological changes in athletes' hearts, according to research... 1 week
Shaking things up with more control
SCIENCE DAILY Excessive vibrations – excessive to the point of injury – have been prominent in the news recently, but researchers have developed an algorithm that could help machines avoid getting trapped in resonant motion. Using a combination... 1 week
Researchers demonstrate ability of machine-learning algorithms in echocardiographic interpretation and diagnosis of HCM
SCIENCE DAILY Computer algorithms can automatically interpret echocardiographic images and distinguish between pathological hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) and physiological changes in athletes' hearts, according to... 1 week
Writing an equation for soil success
PHYS.ORG Soil isn't one size fits all. It may look the same under your feet - but under a microscope, that's a different story. A plant's roots, tiny bugs - these things can tell one soil from... 1 week
Conference focuses on how families can improve math fluency
PHYS.ORG The words "enjoy" and "math" often aren't used together by parents: In many homes, the subject instead is associated with anxiety, stress and trepidation. 1 week
Mothers' early support boosts children's later math achievement
SCIENCE DAILY Early math knowledge is as important as early literacy for children's subsequent achievement. In fact, research has shown that early math skills predict later school success better than early reading skills, and... 2 weeks
Our brains have a basic algorithm that enables our intelligence
SCIENCE DAILY A new Theory of Connectivity represents a fundamental principle for how our billions of neurons assemble and align not just to acquire knowledge, but to generalize and draw... 2 weeks
Stellar simulators: Astrophysicists will use supercomputer to explore driving forces behind mass loss in massive stars
PHYS.ORG It's an intricate process through which massive stars lose their gas as they evolve, and a... 2 weeks
New algorithm can help machines avoid damage or malfunctions from resonant frequencies
PHYS.ORG This month, Samsung recalled 2.8 million top-loading washing machines due to excessive vibrations that could cause the top to break off—a problem that led... 2 weeks
Teenagers drink a bathtub of sugary drinks a year
SCIENCE DAILY Teenagers, aged between 11 and 18, drink almost a bathtub full of sugary drinks on average a year, according to new calculations. 2 weeks
DeepMind Health inks new deal with UK’s NHS to deploy Streams app in early 2017
TechCrunch  DeepMind Health, the division of the... 2 weeks
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THE VERGE Amazon has held talks with a number of sports leagues including the NFL, NBA, MLB, and... 2 weeks
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SPACE.COM Space.com talked with "Arrival" consultant Stephen Wolfram about the way science fits into movies, how aliens are like artificial intelligences and whether math is invented or discovered — and what... 2 weeks
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