AI co-pilot enhances human precision for safer aviation

Imagine you're in an airplane with two pilots, one human and one computer. Both have their "hands" on the controllers, but they're always looking out for different things. If they're both paying attention to the same thing, ...


Teaching robots to teach other robots

A new USC study finds that by sharing knowledge with each other at the same time, AI agents can quickly learn a wider range of tasks, with applications in medicine and beyond.

Machine learning & AI

Simple data gets the most out of quantum machine learning

New theoretical research proves that machine learning on quantum computers requires far simpler data than previously believed. The finding paves a path to maximizing the usability of today's noisy, intermediate-scale quantum ...

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