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October 2022


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Digitizing, Measuring Smell

Digitizing, Measuring Smell

 Was long time interest of ours for product use.

Digitizing Smell: Using Molecular Maps to Understand Odor   Google Blog

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Posted by Richard C. Gerkin, Google Research, and Alexander B. Wiltschko, Google


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Watershed Models with Deep Learning

Watershed Models with Deep Learning

Unusual application of interest.

Deep learning improves stream discharge-based estimates of subsurface permeability, allowing scientists to create more accurate watershed models. Deep Learning Uses Stream Discharge to Estimate…


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Tool Uncovers Cancers

Tool Uncovers Cancers

 Tool Uncovers Cancer-Driving Structural Variations

Weill Cornell Medicine Newsroom, September 26, 2022

Weill Cornell Medicine researchers created the CSVDriver software to identify cancer-generating structural variants (SVs) from…


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Terranet: Laser Scanning

Terranet:   Laser Scanning

Interesting example: 

TERRANET – FIRST SAMPLE UNIT OF ITS LASER SCANNING..

September 30, 2022 

Terranet ready to produce the first sample unit of its laser scanning module

Terranet has completed its extensive development and simulation…


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Teradata's Data Lakehouse

Teradata's Data Lakehouse

 Do I need a Lakehouse? 

Data Infrastructure by TeraData

Last week Teradata offered its long-awaited response to the emergence of the data lakehouse. As VentureBeat’s George Lawton reported, Teradata has always differentiated itself…


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Scientists Try to Teach Robot to Laugh at the Right Time

Scientists Try to Teach Robot to Laugh at the Right Time

 Scientists Try to Teach Robot to Laugh at the Right Time

The Guardian (U.K.)

Hannah Devlin, September 15, 2022

Koji Inoue and colleagues at Japan's Kyoto University have developed an artificial intelligence system that can guide…


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Asessing AI System Perfomance

Asessing AI System Perfomance

 Much more at the link, useful consideration. 

Microsoft Research Blog

Assessing AI system performance: thinking beyond models to deployment contexts

Published September 26, 2022

By Cecily Morrison , Principal Research Manager  Martin…

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