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Using AI to detect animals eyes

Nature has evolved an impressive variety of eyes, not just in shape but also in characteristics. You may want to take a look at this wonderful article, from where I extracted the photos of a variety of eyes, to “see” what animals can “see”. I found it an amazing and …

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2019 Tech Trends II

Following on yesterday’s post on 2019 top tech trends let’s look at the remaining 5 technologies that are expected to have broad dissemination and high impact in 2019: Active security protection – the person that invented the ship also invented the shipwreck and the castaway. This is a truth that applies …

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AI for protein folding

Proteins are a crucial component of our body. It is always difficult to make rankings but if you want a ranking I would say that proteins make the number 1 place in terms of importance. A protein consist of long sequence of amino acids,  there are 20 different of them …

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Learning like a child

Machine learning is making significant progress, soft agents are duplicating themselves to explore different strategies and learn in the process, researchers are finding new ways to tag reality (like movie clips) to let machine learning by capturing those tags. Children do not need any of that to learn. They experience …

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Digital Twins take the train

Digital twins are becoming more and more pervasive, I know, yet I was surprised seeing one loaded on a train in Verona. As you can see in the photo I took there was a yellow container with the sign: “Rail 3D Asset Digital Twin”. Intriguing. I did some investigation on …

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Education: disruptions ahead? – I

As the Symbiotic Autonomous System Initiative second White Paper is being finalised some thoughts on the future of education have been consolidated and I am sharing them here, looking for comments. As you can see some of these are quite disruptive… The shift towards an intelligent ambient and the emergence …

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Work is a robot’s business – III

So, let’s continue looking at those skills, sought by companies today, that according to the WEF Future of Jobs 2018 Report will be showing a declining interest (please notice that although the list is taken from the WEF Report, the commentary is mine and may not reflect the WEF position): …

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