Home / Tag Archives: AI (page 6)

Tag Archives: AI

Learn more about this topic at IEEE Digital Reality

Science is progressing a bit too fast …

Just few years ago researchers started to intercept brain electrical activity by placing a grid of sensors on the skull, and when they wanted to be more accurate on the brain itself, and demonstrated they could translate those electrical activities into “commands” that a robot (may be in the shape …

Read More »

Placing a bee brain in your digital camera …

Anyone into digital photography knows that sometimes the photos turn out with colours that are not, actually, the ones you saw at the time you took the picture. Although digital cameras got better in rendering colours there are still quite a few situations where they get distorted. Few aficionados know …

Read More »

Photonic brain for smarter cars

I was driving my car the other day and I heard a commercial for a car that would make driving safer by using Artificial Intelligence. In the commercial the voice claimed that while other brands are endeavouring to “chase the future” this particular brand was creating and even anticipating the …

Read More »

Code is gaseous: it keeps expanding

When I started to work, back in 1971 (yes I am a dinosaur, i coded using binary and the support was punched tape) memory was at a premium, the less lines of code you can use the better.  Then, in a short time we started to see dramatic increase in …

Read More »

When making prediction has some scaring effects

AI, Artificial Intelligence, is becoming pervasive. Its progress is no longer based on better algorithms (although they keep getting better), rather on the availability of large sets of data and ways to extract meaning and learn (deep learning technologies). I just stumble on an article published by The Advertiser, a …

Read More »