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  • The enchantress of numbers

    numbers by Ralph Hofbauer “The ability to feed the subconscious is essential” The enchantress of numbers The first algorithm was devised a century before the invention of the computer. It was developed by Ada Lovelace. Born into British

    The enchantress of numbers
  • ETH mathematicians facilitate rescue at sea

    at the University of Zurich develop extremely agile drones Short News ETH mathematicians facilitate rescue at sea algorithm mathematics sea sea rescue Researchers have developed a method of calculation that speeds up the search for people in

    ETH mathematicians facilitate rescue at sea
  • Diagnostics: A new era begins

    Diagnostics: A new era begins Artificial intelligence could revolutionize medical diagnostics – for example the algorithm developed by the pathologist Viktor Kölzer. But this revolution requires data. And data requires protection. Written

    Diagnostics: A new era begins
  • University of Zurich teaches drones tricks

    by sda Short News University of Zurich teaches drones tricks drones flying research robotics Thanks to a navigation algorithm, drones are learning to autonomously perform acrobatic maneuvers. Using simulations, the autonomous aircraft are trained

    University of Zurich teaches drones tricks
  • Deep learning results in particularly sexist AI systems

    made by machines based on AI have already been shown to be discriminatory or racist. This is due to the fact that the algorithms draw on data originating from humans, and this data is frequently biased – among other things with sexist prejudices.

    Deep learning results in particularly sexist AI systems
  • ANNA - the black box that saves lives

    it will become possible to speak to a virtual doctor via a video call at any time and from anywhere. ai in medicine algorithm black box cancer diagnostics computer vision Share this article E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp Johannes

    ANNA - the black box that saves lives
  • Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand

    A palm tree, a ship, a cocktail, a face, and a deck chair, for example,” Lukas Tuggener explains. The deep learning algorithm overlays the image with a kind of coordinate system and determines for each quadrant whether it contains an object.

    Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand
  • Race to the quantum leap

    must also be improved. This is precisely what Christa Zoufal is working on. The physicist specializes in quantum algorithms. “To a certain degree, smart algorithms correct hardware errors or even make use of them,” she explains. The

    Race to the quantum leap
  • Tangible inventions in the world of tech, science and creative industries

    Feature story Short report Choose year 2020 2019 University of Zurich teaches drones tricks Thanks to a navigation algorithm, drones are learning to autonomously perform acrobatic maneuvers. Using simulations, the autonomous aircraft are trained

  • An invisible layer of door security

    one of its rotors fails. December 11, 2020 Short News University of Zurich teaches drones tricks Thanks to a navigation algorithm, drones are learning to autonomously perform acrobatic maneuvers. Using simulations, the autonomous aircraft are trained

    An invisible layer of door security
  • Crash-proof drone

    take several shots per second, but also special cameras that are activated only when the ambient light changes. New algorithms programmed by the researchers combine the information from both sensors to allow the drone to continuously track its

    Crash-proof drone
  • The soundtrack of your life

    emphasize. To highlight this, they arranged for the AI to collaborate with artists: The Canadian singer Grimes fed the algorithm with her own sound. The result is called “AI Lullaby” and sounds different for each user. In bed: “Sleep” mode

    The soundtrack of your life
  • Fiber optic cables reveal the inner workings of glaciers

    by Keystone Read more December 11, 2020 Short News University of Zurich teaches drones tricks Thanks to a navigation algorithm, drones are learning to autonomously perform acrobatic maneuvers. Using simulations, the autonomous aircraft are trained

    Fiber optic cables reveal the inner workings of glaciers
  • Researchers at the University of Zurich develop extremely agile drones

    fired in their directions from a distance of three meters and moving at 10 meters per second. A specially developed algorithm detects obstacles – including moving objects – within 3.5 milliseconds with a success rate of over 90 percent, the

    Researchers at the University of Zurich develop extremely agile drones
  • When AI creates art

    their artwork in collaboration with AI. Such as the now deceased computer arts pioneer Harold Cohen with his painter algorithm Aaron. Such constellations do not exactly make it any easier to determine who the author of a work of art actually is

    When AI creates art
  • “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”

    I expect we will have the vaccine in a year’s time. AI was the first to raise an alert about the Wuhan virus The algorithm of the Canadian company Bluedot already warned of a virus outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan on December 31, 2019.

    “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”
  • Holidays on Mars?

    in the year 2084. Since the middle of 2018, anyone on the Las Vegas Strip can take a ride in vehicles controlled by algorithms, and in Singapore an autonomous shuttle drives visitors through the new Botanic Gardens. Even private cars can already

    Holidays on Mars?
  • The world is divided over ethical artificial intelligence

    different, as researchers from Zurich have illustrated. Artificial intelligence (AI) arouses many fears: that adaptive algorithms and intelligent automation cost people their jobs, that AI could be used to the detriment of the population or could

    The world is divided over ethical artificial intelligence
  • Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface

    the foot and the knee joint of the prosthesis recorded pressure and movement, which with the aid of specially developed algorithms were converted into electrical impulses, the “language of the nervous system”, as stated by the ETH. The electrodes

    Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface
  • “Autonomous driving will be a revolution”

    the feasibility of drone taxis. US: Since mid-2018, anyone on the Las Vegas Strip can use vehicles that are driven by algorithms. Passengers book and pay for their trip using an app. Currently there is always a driver on board who can take control

    “Autonomous driving will be a revolution”

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