Computer Sciences

A framework to enhance deep learning using first-spike times

Researchers at Heidelberg University and University of Bern have recently devised a technique to achieve fast and energy-efficient computing using spiking neuromorphic substrates. This strategy, introduced in a paper published ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

Modeling MOSFET behavior using automatic differentiation

Scientists from Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) used the mathematical method called automatic differentiation to find the optimal fit of experimental data up to four times faster. This research can be applied ...

Machine learning & AI

Developing an AI that 'thinks' like humans

Creating human-like AI is about more than mimicking human behavior—technology must also be able to process information, or "think" like humans if it is to be fully relied upon.

Robotics

Flying high-speed drones into the unknown with AI

Researchers at the University of Zurich have developed a new approach to autonomously fly quadrotors through unknown, complex environments at high speeds using only on-board sensing and computation. The new approach could ...

Computer Sciences

Deep-learning–based image analysis is now just a click away

Under an initiative by EPFL's Center for Imaging, a team of engineers from EPFL and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid have developed a plugin that makes it easier to incorporate artificial intelligence into image analysis ...

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