Stanford Researchers develop Lab-on-a-chip That Turns Blood Test Snapshots Into Continuous Movies

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Stanford Researchers Harness Satellite Imagery And AI To Help Fight Poverty In Africa

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IBM today announced new capabilities in IBM Maximo for Civil Infrastructure to help prolong the lifespan of aging bridges, tunnels, highways, and railways. New enhancements include the ability to deploy on Red Hat OpenShift for hybrid cloud environments, as well as new AI and 3D model annotation tools that can provide deep industry and task-specific insights …

In the dark and cold of deep space today, the Lockheed Martin-built OSIRIS-REx spacecraft descended to the surface of an asteroid and touched it with its robotic arm to collect a sample of its rocky material. Although brief, the Touch-And-Go, or TAG, event was years in the making. A planetary remnant, asteroid Bennu, is about as tall …

When you see headlines about artificial intelligence (AI) being used to detect health issues, that’s usually thanks to a hospital providing data to researchers. But such systems aren’t as robust as they could be, because such data is usually only taken from one organization. Hospitals are understandably cautious about sharing data in a way that …

What happens to business contracts in an organization after signature? Usually, the answer is nothing. They sit in Gmail, Drive, or in a dedicated contract repository until, in rare cases, someone needs to recheck the agreement terms. At which point a scramble ensues to find the contract, read through it, and discover what exactly was …

Belgian fintech company, Unifiedpost Group has deployed Procurement DocAI to process nearly 350 million invoices and other procure-to-pay docs per year, in 15 countries across Europe. Procurement DocAI, which was announced at Google Cloud Next OnAir, automates the capture of invoices, receipts and other procurement data at scale. It takes unstructured documents across a variety of formats and turns …

AI is doing tremendous things for our world, like detecting diseases, changing transportation, and helping people connect, but it still has a lot to learn. The more AI learns, the better it will understand the world around us. But equally important is who teaches it: If AI learns from only a small group of people, …

Repurposed solar panel research could be the foundation for a new ultrahigh-resolution microdisplay. The OLED display would feature brighter images with purer colors and more than 10,000 pixels per inch. By expanding on existing designs for electrodes of ultra-thin solar panels, Stanford researchers and collaborators in Korea have developed a new architecture for OLED – …

  We’ve come a long way since the first 3-D printed item came to us by way of an eye wash cup, to now being able to rapidly fabricate things like car parts, musical instruments, and even tissues and organoids. While much of these objects can be freely designed and quickly made, the addition of electronics to embed things …

  As ubiquitous as artificial intelligence has become in modern life — from boosting our understanding of the cosmos to surfacing entertaining videos on your phone — AI hasn’t yet found its way into orbit. That is until Sept. 2, when an experimental satellite about the size of a cereal box was ejected from a …

Imagine that you’re a data scientist who’s been asked to create an application or service that can predict travel time for a proposed taxi ride. The application needs to have the ability to update the service with new data as it becomes available, so its predictions take recent patterns into account. In this tutorial, we’ll …