Computer Sciences

New deep learning techniques lead to materials imaging breakthrough

Supercomputers help researchers study the causes and effects—usually in that order—of complex phenomena. However, scientists occasionally need to deduce the origins of scientific phenomena based on observable results. ...

Computer Sciences

A graph convolution machine for context-aware recommender systems

The latest advance in recommendation technology shows that better user and item representations can be learned via performing graph convolutions on the user-item interaction graph. However, such a finding is mostly restricted ...

Energy & Green Tech

Turning old into new: A second life for vehicle components

A huge number of used parts end up in the scrap yard for recycling every year. It is far more resource-efficient, however, to remanufacture alternators, starters and the like as part of a recirculation approach. This reduces ...

Computer Sciences

New AI sensor technology for autonomous driving

Researchers at TU Graz have modeled an AI system for automotive radar sensors that filters out interfering signals caused by other radar sensors and dramatically improves object detection. Now the system is to be made more ...

Computer Sciences

Video recognition of yoga postures

A system that can analyze a segment of video and identify the yoga postures, asana, being practiced would be a useful tool for instruction and learning in this art.


Fingerprinting the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the growing number and type of devices that are connected to the internet. IoT devices range from Amazon Alexa and Google Home to bluetooth coffee makers and toothbrushes. Unlike cell ...

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