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Making the Internet of Things more secure

With wearable fitness trackers, car key fobs and smart home devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become ubiquitous in our lives. Unfortunately, much of this flow of information is vulnerable to malicious activity and ...

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An architecture that combines deep neural networks and vector-symbolic models

Researchers at IBM Research Zürich and ETH Zürich have recently created a new architecture that combines two of the most renowned artificial intelligence approaches, namely deep neural networks and vector-symbolic models. ...

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Study shows human brain can assist with computational ghost imaging

Interacting with computers by brain activity seems less futuristic these days, thanks to researchers and entrepreneurs who have been attempting to tap the potential of brain-computer interfaces for augmented cognitive abilities.

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When it comes to neural networks learning motion, it's all relative

Seeking to explore the capabilities of neural networks for recognizing and predicting motion, a group of researchers led by Hehe Fan developed and tested a deep learning approach based on relative change in position encoded ...

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Whole-message AI communication seen as more useful

As large language models (LLMs) such as GPT-4 are further developed, they will naturally become better at using available information to generate useful text on virtually any topic—not only by the phrase or sentence, but ...

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Prepare for landing: Making airports more efficient

Air traffic is a significant and complex problem. Near misses between passenger planes on runways have been making headlines lately and raising safety concerns as airports try to accommodate more travelers in the wake of ...

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Digital restoration of historical documents

One of the best ways to learn about any historical period is by conversing with the people who lived through it. Speaking with people from the distant past is very one-sided, as they are typically dead and have stopped listening ...

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Team devises crystal-clear solution to quantum computing puzzle

University of Texas at Dallas researchers have developed a new approach that addresses challenges in the field of quantum computing and has the potential to revolutionize computing, communications and electronic security.

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A design tool to democratize the art of color-changing mosaics

A colorful new design tool developed by MIT researchers allows individuals to create polarized light mosaics that can be printed on cellophane to make data visualizations, passive light displays, mechanical animations, fashion ...