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Using AI to create the Digital Twin of … You

Researchers at the University of Cambridge, UK, have used AI to create Digital Twins of people’s body, the digital twin of your body. The goal is to help monitoring your wellbeing and detect the insurgence of sickness before you perceive any symptoms. Having the possibility to become aware that something …

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Digital Twins in Industry

Just finished to attend a -very interesting- (virtual) event organised by Siemens Digital Industry Software on “Digital Twins for sustainable, resilient and reconfigurable factory”. Siemens was not the first to adopt Digital Twins (among the big guns the first was probably GE) but it is surely one of the most …

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Towards Symbiotic Autonomous Systems

I am pleased to announce that the special issue of the Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society on Symbiotic Autonomous Systems, edited by Okyay Kaynak and Francesco Flammini has been published. It makes for an interesting reading if you are working in the area of autonomous systems, as well as …

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… a genius has no right to die …

Just finished to read an intriguing article by Patrick Henz on “What Surrealism can teach us about Artificial Intelligence”. Even if you are not into arts (nor AI) it is a worth reading. I have been few years ago in the Dali museum in Figueras, Spain, a few km beyond the …

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Virtual Reality for Robots

Robots are becoming smarter and smarter thanks to a brain provided by artificial intelligence. However, this brain, as any brain, has to learn about its environment, what is the goal and how to achieve it selecting among different strategies that have to take into account its surrounding, This learning phase …

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