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Jun 7, 2023

Man VS Machine — Is AI Enough To Protect From Cyberattacks?

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, robotics/AI

In a world where AI is used to boost cybercrime, will it be enough to protect against it as well? Experts claim human input is still necessary to mitigate cyber threats.

AI use is ever-increasing, and there is no doubt that these tools are being used for good as well as maliciously. Cybercrime is not only here to stay, it is growing and improving, and artificial intelligence tools will only help.

In the past, cybercrime was a specialist activity that required trained professionals, but nowadays anyone can ask a chatbot to generate code and achieve sophisticated results that were previously completely out of their reach. These technologies increase both the volume and the sophistication of cyberattacks.

Jun 7, 2023

Remote work driving ‘office real estate apocalypse’

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, Elon Musk

Elon Musk warns of a commercial real estate meltdown as valuations drop. New research shows the extent of that decline.

Jun 7, 2023

Telangana Man’s Innovation Cuts Electricity Bills Of 400 Villages

Posted by in categories: energy, innovation

Raju’s curiosity as a child has catapulted this brilliant innovation, for which he has also won awards. “I am looking forward to setting it up in many more villages in Telangana, saving millions of Kilowatts of energy and lots of civic money too,” he says.

Jun 7, 2023

Sign Your Name to Europa Clipper’s Message in a Bottle

Posted by in category: space travel

You’re invited to #SendYourName to Jupiter’s moon Europa by signing a poem by U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón that will travel aboard NASA’s @EuropaClipper spacecraft.

Jun 7, 2023

Quantum entanglement doubles microscope resolution

Posted by in category: quantum physics

Since the inception of quantum mechanics, physicists have sought to understand its repercussions for.

Jun 7, 2023

Simplifying the Complex: The Role of UI/UX in Industrial Automation

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

An intuitive UI/UX design is critical for optimizing the user experience. Discover the importance of consistent UI/UX design patterns, feedback, and responsiveness in industrial automation.

Jun 7, 2023

How AI can advance, harm transportation equity

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

“Responsible AI” is critical because “AI has the potential to either exacerbate or alleviate existing biases and discrimination in transportation,” one researcher said during a Transportation Research Board webinar.

Jun 7, 2023

U.S. Senate leader schedules classified AI briefings

Posted by in categories: education, ethics, robotics/AI, security

Possibly a move to freeze and stall the tec, like the bio ethics clowns who were able to freeze bio tec. But, China wouldnt sign on to any freeze, thankfully. And the tec has already spread across 3rd world countries.

WASHINGTON, June 6 (Reuters) — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on Tuesday he has scheduled three briefings for senators on artificial intelligence, including the first classified briefing on the topic.

In a letter to colleagues on Tuesday, the Democratic leader said senators need to deepen their understanding of artificial intelligence.

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Jun 7, 2023

“Relationships 5.0”: Are people going to start dating AI?

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, sex

There was once a stigma attached to online dating: Less than a decade ago, many couples who had met online would make up stories for how they met rather than admit that they had done so via an app.

Not so anymore. Online dating is so mainstream that you’re an outlier if you haven’t met your partner on Tinder, Grindr or Hinge.

We bring up online dating to show just how quickly conventions around romance can change. With rapid advances in AI technology over the past few years, these norms may well evolve to include sex, love and friendships with AI-equipped machines.

Jun 6, 2023

AI-based rare event detection harnesses the capabilities of autonomous confocal microscopy

Posted by in categories: biological, robotics/AI

Autonomous Microscopy powered by Aivia enables scientists to discover more by extracting the most relevant data from their experiments.

06 June 2023, Wetzlar, Germany - Leica Microsystems, a leader in microscopy and scientific instrumentation, has launched Autonomous Microscopy powered by Aivia. This new AI-based detection workflow for confocal microscopy automates the detection of rare events. It follows what the user has defined as the objects of interest that will trigger the rare event scan. Users benefit from the potential to discover more by automatically detecting up to 90% of rare events during an experiment. By focusing on the data that matter during the acquisition process itself, time to result can be reduced by up to 70%. The Aivia-powered workflow reduces time spent at the microscope by up to 75%, leading to increased productivity to do more.

“Autonomous Microscopy powered by Aivia brings the power of Artificial Intelligence to everyday experimental environments in an easy-to-use way,” says James O’Brien, Vice President of Life Sciences and Applied Microscopy at Leica Microsystems. “Researchers can now establish confocal microscopy workflows that address advanced experiments and biological questions that would be impossible or very laborious without automated procedures. This solution gives them outstanding new options to obtain results that answer their research questions.”

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