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Newsletter No 17
Friday, October 29, 2010  3:44:00 PM

by Yuri E. Iserlis

Artificial Intelligence Latest News

Artificial Intelligence  Around Us

Latest News


Issue 17

October 28, 2010

This newsletter is for thinking people who has any interest in Artificial Intelligence


Wall-climbing robot at SRI



A wall-climbing robot can place a camera or a sensor in a hard-to-reach spot; into consumer products--so you can attach objects to a wall; into military use--so soldiers can place a surveillance camera, or to place some other kind of item; into industry--it could be used to move large items, such as car parts,

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UA Engineer Designs Better Error-Correction Code



One company already has licensed the technology from the UA, and patents are pending to meet growing computer industry demand for the error-correction algorithm developed by Bane Vasić.

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Cyber terrorism identified as major threat to UK


A NEW generation of sophisticated cyber terrorists – including those developing artificial intelligence technology – are one of the most serious threats to UK security.


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Robotics and Biology Do Mix, Especially on the Dance Floor


Robotics took center stage at the Digital Content Expo in Tokyo – literally – as a robotic singer led her human backup dancers on stage, entertaining attendees with a choreographed pop routine. Kawada and AIST gave birth to the HRP-4C, a robot made to resemble an average young adult Japanese woman, early last year.


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You Can't Beat This Starcraft AI


The AIIDE 2010 StarCraft AI Competition, held last week at the University of California, pitted 28 teams against each other in a battle to produce the toughest artificial intelligence.


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Tomorrow’s Internet: 1000 times faster


Researchers with the Terabit Optical Ethernet Center (TOEC) at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) are aiming for 1 Terabit Ethernet over optical fiber — 1 trillion bits per second — by 2015 and 100 Terabit Ethernet by 2020. Partnering with TOEC as founding industry affiliates are Google Inc., Verizon, Intel, Agilent Technologiesand Rockwell Collins Inc.


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Prizewinning chatbot steers the conversation

Humans aren't the only ones who can steer a conversation to their own benefit. This year's winner of the Loebner prize for the most convincing chatbot used such a trick to fool a human judge, earning its creator a $3,000 prize.



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Virtual engineer uses AI to predict machine failures

A ‘virtual engineer’ has been developed by Scientists at the University of Portsmouth. It uses artificial intelligence techniques to predict when machines need repairing. The system is expected to dramatically reduce machine breakdowns. Instead, it calculates when a part is wearing out, allowing for scheduled maintenance to be undertaken.



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A2iA Excels In International Arabic Handwriting Recognition Pilot Evaluation

New York / Paris, France - A2iA (Artificial Intelligence and Image Analysis), the worldwide leading developer of tools for document analysis and handwritten data extraction, announced that it excelled in the 2010 Open Handwriting Recognition and Translation Pilot Evaluation (OpenHaRT 2010). An evaluation of transcription and word recognition technologies for document images that contain primarily Arabic script, OpenHaRT is an international evaluation organized by The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), an agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce.



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