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North Carolina State University researchers have written a program that uses algorithms to sort visual data and make decisions related to finding the lanes of a road, detecting how those lanes change as a car is moving, and controlling the car to stay in the correct lane. Credit: Ben Riggan, North Carolina State University
Researchers from North Carolina State University have created a computer program that allows a car to stay in its lane without human control, opening the door to the development of new automobile safety features and military applications that could save lives.
Ibermática impulsa un proyecto de ‘inteligencia artificial’ para la prevención y diagnóstico del cáncer de mama
Ibermática, a través de su Instituto de Innovación, i3B, ha iniciado un proyecto de ‘inteligencia artificial’ con el que pretende conseguir un diagnóstico temprano en los casos de anomalías patológicas del cáncer de mama.
Agrintel surge de la necesidad de acercar las Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones (TIC) al sector agroalimentario para mejorar su competitividad
Aller Media Oy will use technology developed by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland in the end of March in its TV magazines. Readers who have a webcam and a PC, suitable for 3D game graphics, can bring the animated Dibidog alive and transform it to a 3D character. Created by Finnish and Chinese children, Dibidogs are animated puppies. Their adventures can be seen on channel MTV3 from 2 April onwards. VTT is developing a technology called Augmented Reality (AR) which superimposes digital information in the user’s view of the real world. Apart from printed media, other application areas ...
Lattice computing used to improve robot's "eyes"
University students have developed a computer game that is operated by eye movements, which could allow people with severe physical disabilities to become 'gamers' for the first time, they announce today.
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