Using AI for automating manufacturing and improving our work streams, such as providing robust CMMS (computerized maintenance management systems) is an excellent application for AI.Read entire article on
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The University of Washington and Washington State University are adding artificial intelligence research institutes thanks to $40 million in funding from the National Science Foundation.
UW and WSU will house two of 11 newly created institutes that span seven different areas of AI. Each institute will receive $20 million in funding over five years.
UW’s research lab, the
The Silicon Valley startup intends to initially focus its autonomous ride service on highway routes, which it thinks may be higher demand and more lucrative in 2024.Read entire article on
Over two decades old, blockchain has become the actual foundation for mining, security, and the creation of cryptocurrency. It is dependable, trusted, and widely used for multiple forms of digital currency around the world.
DDoS Can Cripple a Blockchain
Merely due to its digital nature, blockchain is susceptible to attack and exploitation. One of the most dangerous threats to blockchain
The San Diego-based robot truck developer will use Ryder’s maintenance facilities for its “autonomous freight network.”Read entire article on
A 3-D reconstruction of cells from the MICrONS data set shows the complexity of shapes and branching axons and dendrites in a mouse brain. Each cell is labeled with a different color. (MICrONS / Allen Institute)
Neuroscientists from Seattle’s Allen Institute and other research institutions have wrapped up a five-year, multimillion-dollar project with the release of a high-resolution 3-D map
Engineer and YouTuber Mark Rober has created a robot that can make domino murals at lightning speed, and has shown it off with a video of it arranging 100,000 dominoes into a Super Mario Bros.-themed mural in just over 24 hours. Rober says it would take a team of seven humans a week to do the sameRead entire article on
A Spin scooter on Seattle’s Burke-Gilman Trail, which the company’s technology mistakes for a sidewalk. (GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop)
One of the most interesting features of the Spin scooters that rolled out this month in Seattle is technology that detects when someone is riding a scooter on a sidewalk in violation of local ordinances, repeatedly emitting a loud jingle