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An Artificially Intelligent Boss

According to Euronet, a Hong Kong company is experimenting with an artificial intelligence executive.

It’s Monday morning and you’re in Hong Kong having coffee with your new boss, a virtual robot powered by artificial intelligence


Meta Had AI Reading Scientifict Papers

In the first year of the pandemic, science happened at light speed. More than 100,000 papers were published on COVID in those first 12 months -- an unprecedented human effort that produced an unprecedented deluge of new information


AI & Gene Sequencing

According to Analytics Insight, artificial intelligence is playing a key role in gene sequencing. 

Next-generation sequencing has greatly improved genomics studies by sequencing a gene in a short time. As a result, the machine learning approach is being used to discover gene coding areas in a genome. 


AI Identifying Pest on Trains

AI is used to identify sex pests on trains, reports Daily Mail.

It will mean staff do not need to sit through hours of footage but will instead be alerted to any potential incidents.


AI Learns by Sleeping

AI uses “sleep” to hold new task memories, reports New Scientist.

Artificial intelligence can learn and remember how to do multiple tasks by mimicking the way sleep helps us cement what we learned during waking hours.


AI Art in Comic

According to CNet, art generated by artificial intelligence appears in a new comic book series. 

You might expect a comic book series featuring art generated entirely by artificial intelligence technology to be full of surreal images that have you tilting your head trying to grasp what kind of sense-shifting madness you're looking at. 


AI Used to Predict Materials

Artificial intelligence can predict properties of metamaterials, reports Interesting Engineering. 

Researchers used artificial intelligence to predict certain properties of combinatorial mechanical metamaterials.


AI Helps With Snow Cover Shrinkage

Researchers are using artificial intelligence to help figure out why snow cover is shrinking, reports CBC.

In a leafy courtyard in the northern Italian city of Bolzano, children chase each other around as daycare workers look on, interns sip cappuccinos, and researchers hustle past on their way to the lab.


AI Being Used to Keep Beaches Safe

Artificial intelligence is being used to help keep beaches safe, reports CBC.

A pilot project in Saugeen Shores, Ont.. is trying to change the way beach safety is handled for the better.


AI Creates Tiny Spectrometer

Researchers have used artificial intelligence to create the world’s smallest spectrometer, reports the University of Cambridge.

We see light and colours around us every day. However, to analyse the information it carries, we must analyse light using spectrometers, in the lab. These devices detect sparkles and substances that our eyes would otherwise not notice.


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