Rob McClendon: Here’s what’s coming up on your “Horizon.” So here’s a sobering thought: Take any first-grade classroom from around the country, and of those students, 65 percent of those first-graders will work in a type of job that does not even exist today. Today, our focus is centered around… Continue Reading Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1642
So now let’s put everything together. Let’s write a main program that takes these 2 functions, update and predict, and feeds into a sequence of measurements and motions. In the example I’ve chosen here are the measurements of 5., 6., 7., 9., and 10. The motions are 1., 1., 2.,… Continue Reading Kalman Filter Code – Artificial Intelligence for Robotics
Hello Joachim, thank you for giving a statement with a regard to the recent news. On Monday, October the 7th, 3U announced that the holding company has aquired a property close to a new campus of Würzburg University and plans to establish a building. How does this all fit in… Continue Reading 3U HOLDING AG creates basis for artificial intelligence cluster
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The answer is 7. As you can see, the shortest path will lead along here. Then it becomes ambiguous. We could either go right or up. Let’s say we randomly go up and hit the goal– so 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 steps to the goal.
Hi everyone! Welcome to the new Seeker Elements set. We’re still going to be covering all of the mind bogglingly awesome discoveries in the science and tech world, we’ve just got a fun new way to do it. And what better way to kick things off then with an update… Continue Reading Neural Networks: How Do Robots Teach Themselves?
(jazzy hip hop music) – Hi, I’m Alison Berman with Singularity Hub, and we are here at Exponential Manufacturing Conference on day one, and today, I’m with Neil Jacobstein, who is our chair of AI and Robotics at Singularity University. He’s also on the founding editorial board at Science Magazine’s… Continue Reading The Future of AI with Neil Jacobstein | Singularity Hub | Exponential Manufacturing
Hello all aspiring and actual roboticists to our cube! Today we want to present you the research of a soft artificial skin, which can detect stretching, as well as pressure! The skin is the largest organ of the human body. Being the principal site of interaction with the environment, it… Continue Reading Soft Artificial Skin with Flexible Sensors | R3 Roboy’s Research Reviews #8
Welcome to Decoding Artificial Intelligence, a YouTube series dedicated to making science accessible. My name is Clint Novotny and I am currently an Embassy Science Fellow. I serve at the US Mission to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD. It’s an international organization composed of 36 nations… Continue Reading Decoding Artificial Intelligence – Episode 1: What is Artificial Intelligence?
the software that I’m running is a software that I wrote you know we we just got commands that move the camera and tell it to like pan right or pan left mine’s the face there’s a few lines of code that will zoom in on the face and send… Continue Reading The First Artificially Intelligent Surveillance Camera