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Jul 17, 2024

Researchers ‘Crack the Code’ for Quelling Electromagnetic Interference

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Florida Atlantic Center for Connected Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence ( researchers have “cracked the code” on interference when machines need to talk with each other—and people.

Electromagnetic waves make wireless connectivity possible but create a lot of unwanted chatter. Referred to as “electromagnetic interference,” this noisy byproduct of wireless communications poses formidable challenges in modern day dense IoT and AI robotic environments. With the demand for lightning-fast data rates reaching unprecedented levels, the need to quell this interference is more pressing than ever.

Equipped with a breakthrough algorithmic solution, researchers from FAU Center for Connected Autonomy and AI, within the College of Engineering and Computer Science, and FAU Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering (I-SENSE), have figured out a way to do that.

Jul 17, 2024

AI-powered drone wingmen to aid Europe’s 6th-gen combat jets

Posted by in categories: drones, internet, military, robotics/AI, space

AI will enable drone wingmen to make autonomous decisions without centralized command.

According to Airbus, FCAS will be centered around a core Next Generation Weapon System (NGWS). In this “system of systems,” piloted New Generation Fighters will work together with Unmanned Remote Carriers – all connected to other systems in space, in the air, on the ground, at sea and in cyberspace via a data cloud called the “Combat Cloud.”

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Jul 17, 2024

Electric Insights: Introducing the Grid Event Signature Library

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The Grid Signature Event Library energizes utility and researcher understanding of grid behavior by providing access to datasets of waveforms from grid operations. Credit: Adam Malin/ORNL, U.S. Dept. of Energy.

The Grid Event Signature Library at Oak Ridge National Laboratory offers waveform datasets that help analyze and predict electric grid behaviors. With contributions from various utilities, the library facilitates machine learning models to forecast and mitigate grid malfunctions, enhancing grid reliability and safety.

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have opened a new virtual library where visitors can check out waveforms instead of books.

Jul 16, 2024

OpenAI’s new ‘Project Strawberry’ could give ChatGPT more freedom to search the web and solve complex problems

Posted by in categories: internet, mathematics, robotics/AI

Comes with improved math skills.

Jul 16, 2024

Dancing robots: The future of human-robot interactions

Posted by in categories: futurism, robotics/AI

Engineers at UC San Diego are pioneering the future of humanoid robots by incorporating dance moves and expressive gestures.

Jul 16, 2024

SpreadsheetLLM: Encoding Spreadsheets for Large Language Models

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Microsoft’s experimental SpreadsheetLLM helps AI better understand spreadsheets.

Researchers at Microsoft Corp.

Join the discussion on this paper page.

Jul 16, 2024

World’s fastest brick-laying construction robot lands on American shores

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

A robotic truck equipped with a 105-ft (32-m) telescopic boom arm has just journeyed from Australia to Florida. Now the construction robot will get busy churning out up to 10 houses in a bid to become the employee of choice for building entire communities.

The truck and its accompanying brick-laying arm is known as the Hadrian X and has been developed by robotics company FBR, which first announced its prototype in 2015. That machine could complete a full-sized house in two days. Last year, FBR (which used to stand for Fastbrick Robotics), showed off the new Hadrian X which, at top speed, could stack 500 USA-format masonry blocks per hour.

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Jul 16, 2024

Current AIs only have the IQ level of a cat, asserts Google DeepMind CEO

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The CEO of Google DeepMind has compared the IQ levels of contemporary artificial intelligence (AI) agents to domestic cats. “We’re still not even at cat intelligence yet, as a general system,” remarked Hassabis, answering a question about DeepMind’s progress in artificial general intelligence (AGI). However, research is progressing fast, with some huge cash and compute investments propelling it forward. Some expect it to eclipse human intelligence in the next half-decade.

Demis Hassabis, the co-founder and CEO of Google DeepMind, made the artificial intelligence vs. cat IQ comparison in a public discussion with Tony Blair, one of Britain’s ex-Prime Ministers. The talk was part of the Future of Britain Conference 2024, organized by the Institute for Global Change.

Hassabis highlights that his work is not focused on AI but on AGI. It gives us more perspective on how he is looking at the computer vs cat comparison. Yes, a contemporary AI can sometimes write, paint, or make music in a convincingly human-like fashion, but an ordinary house cat has a lot more general intelligence. “At the moment, we’re far from Human-level intelligence across the board,” admitted Hassabis. “But in certain areas like games playing [AI is] better than the best people in the world.”

Jul 16, 2024

Self-organizing drone flock demonstrates safe traffic solution for smart cities of the future

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

After creating the world’s first self-organizing drone flock, researchers at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest, Hungary have now also demonstrated the first large-scale autonomous drone traffic solution. This fascinating new system is capable of far more than what could be executed with human pilots.

The staff of the Department of Biological Physics at Eötvös University has been working on group robotics and swarms since 2009. In 2014, they created the world’s first autonomous quadcopter flock consisting of at least ten units. The research group has now reached a new milestone by publishing the dense autonomous traffic of one hundred drones in the journal Swarm Intelligence.

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Jul 15, 2024

UCF Researchers Receive $1.2M DARPA Grant to Improve Autonomous Systems Training

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The AI technologies developed will allow autonomous systems, such as drones and self-driving cars, to navigate unexpected variables.

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