Medicine & TechnologyScientists use artificial intelligence (AI) to reveal the secret of success in the long career of artists and film directors that takes a combination of exploration and exploitation.
Efforts to advance technology in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has led to some rather interesting breakthroughs - such as a machine learning algorithm that was trained to detect the presence of the disease by learning from everyday items.
Artificial intelligence (AI) models have used deep learning algorithms for a variety of applications in the past decades. Now, a new AI tool could help analyze pharmaceutical drugs and predict their future properties.
In a microscopic context, fluctuations can cause phenomena that directly violate the second law of thermodynamics, leading observers to find the arrow of time being blurry and vague. However, a new machine-learning algorithm could help researchers in the future.
Researchers at Paris's Pierre and Marie Curie University have created robots that can use experiences from simulated lives to "heal" themselves. This makes robots more autonomous, effective, and robust-and more capable of disaster relief work.
Robots that can learn? Yes they can, at least with these new algorithms. A UC Berkeley research team has created algorithms that allow robots to use trial and error to learn motor tasks. This is a process that is much closer to the ways that humans think and learn, making it a major artificial intelligence milestone.