Computer Sciences

How to put an end to gender biases in internet algorithms

Endless screeds have been penned on whether the internet algorithms with which we constantly interact suffer from gender bias, and all you need to do is carry out a simple search to see this for yourself.


A palm-sized drone to track chemical plumes

Robots that can automatically recognize and track specific odors could have a wide range of valuable applications. For instance, they could help to identify the sources of harmful chemical substances in the air after hazardous ...

Computer Sciences

Sometimes it's bad for AI to be too curious

It's a dilemma as old as time. Friday night has rolled around, and you're trying to pick a restaurant for dinner. (Assuming there's still reservations since you waited until the last minute to book). Anyways, should you go ...

Computer Sciences

VEViD: A vision enhancement algorithm based on physics

In a new paper published in eLight, a team of scientists led by Professor Bahram Jalali and graduate student Callen MacPhee from UCLA have developed a new algorithm for performing computational imaging tasks. The paper "VEViD: ...

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