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Ethical design of AI-IoT systems

I was involved recently in a discussion promoted by EcoSurge, an initiative helping SMEs engage the sustainability transition and create value out of it via digital innovation, circular economy principles. They are planning a panel, see figure and register here, to discuss ethical design of AI-IoT Systems. It is not …

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Will it rain on my backyard?

In spite of jokes on weather forecast we have to acknowledge the tremendous progress that have been made over the last 20 years, thanks to a pervasive network of sensors (both on the ground and up in the sky) and the increased processing crunching capabilities, leveraging on machine learning and …

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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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From sketch to photorealistic image

Back in March 2019, 2 years ago, NVIDIA released a software, GauGAN, that making use of Generative Adversarial Networks could transform a sketch made using a variety of brushes and palettes into a photorealistic image. Now NVIDIA has stepped up with a new application, Canvas, that can let you create …

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Megatrends for this decade – XLIV

This has been a long series of posts, the longest I wrote. The aim in presenting these Megatrends was to stimulate discussion and quite a bit occurred, I received several comments out of some 30,000 views. Wow! That’s why I decided to revise all posts and create an ebook (you can …

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