Vous êtes ici

Accueil » Agrégateur de flux » Sources

ScienceDaily's AI News

ScienceDaily's AI News
Artificial Intelligence News. Everything on AI including futuristic robots with artificial intelligence, computer models of human intelligence and more.
Mis à jour : il y a 13 heures 29 min

Senior citizens may accept robot helpers, but fear robot masters

lun, 01/02/2016 - 12:55
Senior citizens would likely accept robots as helpers and entertainment providers, but are leery of giving up too much control to the machines, according to researchers.

Using virtual reality to make experiments more realistic

mer, 27/01/2016 - 14:19
Avatars are all around us: they represent real people online and colonise new worlds in the movies. In science, their role has been more limited. But avatars can be extremely useful in linguistics, new research shows. Scientists use virtual avatars to investigate how real people behave in interaction. The method makes it possible to study with great precision how people adjust to each other in conversation.

Using virtual reality to make experiments more realistic

mer, 27/01/2016 - 14:19
Avatars are all around us: they represent real people online and colonise new worlds in the movies. In science, their role has been more limited. But avatars can be extremely useful in linguistics, new research shows. Scientists use virtual avatars to investigate how real people behave in interaction. The method makes it possible to study with great precision how people adjust to each other in conversation.

Using Artificial Intelligence and Evolution to Take Gaming to the Next Level

lun, 25/01/2016 - 16:05
You have a new video game and have spent weeks trying to defend yourself against your arch enemy. You finally found his weakness and how to stop him, and are joyfully exacting revenge. But one day you play and that game plan doesn’t work anymore. So what happened?

Using Artificial Intelligence and Evolution to Take Gaming to the Next Level

lun, 25/01/2016 - 16:05
You have a new video game and have spent weeks trying to defend yourself against your arch enemy. You finally found his weakness and how to stop him, and are joyfully exacting revenge. But one day you play and that game plan doesn’t work anymore. So what happened?

Quantum computing is coming -- are you prepared for it?

mer, 20/01/2016 - 12:01
Quantum computing will change lives, society and the economy and a working system is expected to be developed by 2020, according to a leading figure in the world of quantum computing.

Quantum computing is coming -- are you prepared for it?

mer, 20/01/2016 - 12:01
Quantum computing will change lives, society and the economy and a working system is expected to be developed by 2020, according to a leading figure in the world of quantum computing.

Robotics exoskeleton for shoulder rehabilitation

mer, 20/01/2016 - 09:23
Scientists have developed a robotic exoskeleton that performs more efficiently rehabilitation therapies of patients with shoulder injuries. By using strength and motion sensors, the system assesses the degree of an injury and its evolution as the treatment progresses.

Robotics exoskeleton for shoulder rehabilitation

mer, 20/01/2016 - 09:23
Scientists have developed a robotic exoskeleton that performs more efficiently rehabilitation therapies of patients with shoulder injuries. By using strength and motion sensors, the system assesses the degree of an injury and its evolution as the treatment progresses.

New lab to give nation's researchers remote access to robots

jeu, 14/01/2016 - 11:41
A new lab will allow roboticists from around the country to conduct experiments remotely, American scientists report. Researchers from universities, as well as middle and high school students, will schedule experiments, upload their own programming code, watch the robots in real-time via streamed video feeds and receive scientific data demonstrating the results.

New lab to give nation's researchers remote access to robots

jeu, 14/01/2016 - 11:41
A new lab will allow roboticists from around the country to conduct experiments remotely, American scientists report. Researchers from universities, as well as middle and high school students, will schedule experiments, upload their own programming code, watch the robots in real-time via streamed video feeds and receive scientific data demonstrating the results.

Microbots individually controlled using 'mini force fields'

mer, 13/01/2016 - 10:08
Researchers are using a technology likened to 'mini force fields' to independently control individual microrobots operating within groups, an advance aimed at using the tiny machines in areas including manufacturing and medicine.

Microbots individually controlled using 'mini force fields'

mer, 13/01/2016 - 10:08
Researchers are using a technology likened to 'mini force fields' to independently control individual microrobots operating within groups, an advance aimed at using the tiny machines in areas including manufacturing and medicine.

What should be the role of computer games in education?

mar, 12/01/2016 - 09:13
Game advocates are calling for a sweeping transformation of conventional education to replace traditional curricula with game-based instruction. But what do researchers have to say about this idea and what is the role of policymakers? A new study discourages an educational revolution based on gaming and encourages adding promising features to games in schools including heightened use of explanative feedback in games and relevant pregame activities.

What should be the role of computer games in education?

mar, 12/01/2016 - 09:13
Game advocates are calling for a sweeping transformation of conventional education to replace traditional curricula with game-based instruction. But what do researchers have to say about this idea and what is the role of policymakers? A new study discourages an educational revolution based on gaming and encourages adding promising features to games in schools including heightened use of explanative feedback in games and relevant pregame activities.

Will computers ever truly understand what we're saying?

lun, 11/01/2016 - 13:52
If you think computers are quickly approaching true human communication, think again. Computers like Siri often get confused because they judge meaning by looking at a word's statistical regularity. This is unlike humans, for whom context is more important than the word or signal, according to a researcher who invented a communication game allowing only nonverbal cues, and used it to pinpoint regions of the brain where mutual understanding takes place.

Will computers ever truly understand what we're saying?

lun, 11/01/2016 - 13:52
If you think computers are quickly approaching true human communication, think again. Computers like Siri often get confused because they judge meaning by looking at a word's statistical regularity. This is unlike humans, for whom context is more important than the word or signal, according to a researcher who invented a communication game allowing only nonverbal cues, and used it to pinpoint regions of the brain where mutual understanding takes place.

Robot innovation automates short production runs

lun, 11/01/2016 - 09:26
A new quick-control system slashes substantially the programming time for industrial robots, enabling the use of automation also in short production runs of single-item products. This innovation has the potential to boost competitiveness in a manufacturing economy, say developers.

Robot innovation automates short production runs

lun, 11/01/2016 - 09:26
A new quick-control system slashes substantially the programming time for industrial robots, enabling the use of automation also in short production runs of single-item products. This innovation has the potential to boost competitiveness in a manufacturing economy, say developers.

Pages