Category: Research


Cisco Study Reveals Very Few Organizations Prepared to Defend Against Today’s Rapidly Evolving Threat Landscape

News Summary: SAN JOSE, Calif., March 27, 2024 — Only three percent of organizations across the globe have the ‘Mature’ level of readiness needed to be resilient against modern cybersecurity risks, according to Cisco’s (NASDAQ: CSCO) 2024 Cybersecurity Readiness Index. Released today, the Index…

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A Replacement For Traditional Motors Could Enhance Next-Gen Robots

A replacement for traditional motors could enhance next-gen robots Researchers at Stanford have designed a spring-assisted actuator – a device that can accomplish dynamic tasks using a fraction of the energy previously required. View video here. Whether it’s a powered prosthesis to…

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AI Accelerates Problem-Solving In Complex Scenarios

A new, data-driven approach could lead to better solutions for tricky optimization problems like global package routing or power grid operation. Adam Zewe | MIT NewsMIT News ( While Santa Claus may have a magical sleigh and nine plucky reindeer to…

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Introducing Gemini: Our Largest And Most Capable AI Model

A note from Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai: Every technology shift is an opportunity to advance scientific discovery, accelerate human progress, and improve lives. I believe the transition we are seeing right now with AI will be the most profound…

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FAIR Progress And Learnings Across Socially Responsible AI Research

Today, we’re excited to share more about the approach we’re taking in Meta’s Fundamental Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) team to build socially responsible AI. AI models don’t exist in isolation—they’re part of an ecosystem that humans interact with and within every…

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Dawn supercomputer

UK’s Fastest AI Supercomputer, Powered By Intel And Dell Technologies, To Drive Research

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS CAMBRIDGE, U.K., Nov. 2, 2023 – Dell Technologies, Intel and the University of Cambridge announce the deployment of the co-designed Dawn Phase 1 supercomputer. Leading technical teams built the U.K.’s fastest AI supercomputer1 that harnesses the power of both artificial…

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New Dog, Old Tricks: New AI Approach Yields ‘Athletically Intelligent’ Robotic Dog

With a simplified machine learning technique, AI researchers created a real-world “robodog” able to leap, climb, crawl, and squeeze past physical barriers as never before. Watch the video here ( Someday, when quakes, fires, and floods strike, the first responders might be…

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Fast-Tracking Fusion Energy’s Arrival With AI And Accessibility

MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center will receive DoE support to improve access to fusion data and increase workforce diversity. Julianna Mullen | Plasma Science and Fusion CenterMIT News As the impacts of climate change continue to grow, so does interest…

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Smoke | Scent

AI Can Now Describe How Something Will Smell By Analyzing Its Chemical Structure

Image credits: Pixabay – lee seonghak A new artificial intelligence system is capable of analyzing the molecular make-up of a compound and then predicting how it will smell. According to the researchers, the descriptions the AI generates are similar in language…

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Earth’s “Third Pole” and Its Role in Global Climate

Lake Ximencuo, a glacial moraine lake, sits among mountain peaks on the Tibetan Plateau. Credit: Tenace10/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0 Source: Reviews of Geophysics Located at the intersection of South, Central, and East Asia, the massive Tibetan Plateau is often considered to be Earth’s…

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