America’s first self-driving car bill gets last-minute push from Congress

The AV Start Act would collect crash information for Level 2 systems like Tesla’s Autopilot By Makena Kelly Photo: Ford Motor Company Senators have been negotiating for over a year to pass a bill that would pave the way for a regulatory framework that would govern autonomous cars. As the end of the year approaches, lawmakers … Continue reading America’s first self-driving car bill gets last-minute push from Congress

Dear Math, I Am Not Your Therapist, Solve Your Own Problems.

Or actually, I will build a neural network that will solve those problems for you. By Dalya Gartzman Imagine a website that is like a private math tutor. It can solve equations, and even guide you through the solution so you can solve the next equation yourself. Now imagine that one day you want to interact … Continue reading Dear Math, I Am Not Your Therapist, Solve Your Own Problems.

TensorSpace: A Neural Network 3D Visualization Framework

By Kirti Bakshi TensorSpace: Present Tensor in Space is basically a neural network 3D visualization framework that has been built by TensorFlow.js, Three.js and Tween.js. TensorSpace provides APIs that are Keras-like in order to build deep learning layers, load pre-trained models, as well as generate 3D visualization in the browser. From TensorSpace, it is intuitive to learn what the model structure actually is, how the … Continue reading TensorSpace: A Neural Network 3D Visualization Framework

Deep learning algorithm detects Alzheimer’s up to six years before doctors

By Rich Haridy Richard is based in Melbourne, Australia and has a strong interest in film, VR and new media. He has written for an number of online and print publications over the last decade and also acted as film critic for several radio broadcasters and podcasts. Richard was Chair of the Australian Film Critics … Continue reading Deep learning algorithm detects Alzheimer’s up to six years before doctors

Migraine relief from an Israeli neuro-modulation device

Portable, wearable device will offer over-the-counter alternative to pills or surgery, to be used as needed. By Brian Blum Brian has been a journalist and high-tech entrepreneur for over 20 years. He combines this expertise for ISRAEL21c as he writes about hot new local startups, pharmaceutical advances, scientific discoveries, culture, the arts and daily life in … Continue reading Migraine relief from an Israeli neuro-modulation device

A praiseworthy article for my cousin Avihu’s project. Israeli pride!

Meet Avihu, the guy who dedicates his life to the rescue of wild animals. Instead of a living room and a guest room - Avihu turned his home into a sanctuary for wounded animals from all over Israel. Parrots, turtles, possums, hedgehogs - all get treatment and a safe place to call home while they heal. Watch … Continue reading A praiseworthy article for my cousin Avihu’s project. Israeli pride!

Designing contemporary search experiences — less typing, more context

By Mat Devey The evolution of search Over the last few years there’s been an important paradigm shift in ‘search’ and understanding the end user has been crucial to evolving the search experience. Historically ‘search’ was simply matching keywords from a search box to text indexed in a database. The resulting output a series of blue links, … Continue reading Designing contemporary search experiences — less typing, more context

London is fast becoming a major hub for A.I. development

By Chloe TaylorFollow her on Twitter @ChloeTaylor141 London’s AI sector saw a 200 percent venture capital funding increase between 2015 and 2017.In a new report the city was rated Europe’s top hub for AI talent by investors.There are 13 universities in the U.K. capital offering AI-related degrees. Blutgruppe | Corbis | Getty Images London is establishing a … Continue reading London is fast becoming a major hub for A.I. development

The Gray Market: How Christie’s So-Called ‘AI-Generated’ Art Sale Proves That Records Can Distort History (and Other Insights)

By Tim Schneider, Art Business Reporter. Our columnist on the hidden dangers and distortions created by the all-consuming hype around Christie's partnership with Obvious. 𝒎𝒊𝒏 𝑮 𝒎𝒂𝒙 𝑫 𝔼𝒙 [𝒍𝒐𝒈 𝑫 (𝒙))] + 𝔼𝒛 [𝒍𝒐𝒈(𝟏 − 𝑫(𝑮(𝒛)))], Portrait of Edmond de Belamy, from La Famille de Belamy (2018). Courtesy of Christie's Images Ltd. Every Monday morning, artnet … Continue reading The Gray Market: How Christie’s So-Called ‘AI-Generated’ Art Sale Proves That Records Can Distort History (and Other Insights)

NANO.2018.IL • The Annual Nanotechnology Conference 2018

By Nano IL Conference and Exhibitionhttps://nanoilconf.com/ We were pleased to participated in the nanotechnology conference NANO.IL.2018 which presented the beginning of industrial revolutions in various fields such as agriculture, military and security, medicine, energy and fast loading and more. The conference concluded a decade for the National Nanotechnology Program, demonstrating the ability to transform academic findings … Continue reading NANO.2018.IL • The Annual Nanotechnology Conference 2018

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