Artificial neurons go quantum with photonic circuits

At the heart of all artificial intelligence applications are mathematical models called neural networks. The biological structure of the human brain, which is made up of interconnected nodes, inspired these models. Neural networks can be mathematically trained by tuning their internal structure until they are capable of human-level tasks, such as recognising our faces, interpreting medical images for diagnosis, and even driving our cars, much like our brain learns by constantly rearranging the connections between neurons. Having integrated devices capable of swiftly and efficiently completing the computations necessary in neural networks has thus become a major academic and corporate research priority. The development of the memristor in 2008 was one of the key game changers in the area. The memory-resistor, or memristor, is a device that adjusts its resistance based on a memory of a previous current. Scientists noticed very away that the unique behaviour of memristors was remarkably comparable to that of neural synapses (among many other applications). As a result, the memristor has become a crucial component in neuromorphic designs. Prof. Philip…

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AI will reveal hidden secrets of ancient civilisations

The Sumerian language spawned the earliest form of writing around 5000 years ago in Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq). However, time has taken its toll on these early writings, inscriptions, and instructions. Historians have long been concerned about the disappearance of manuscripts that could provide insight into ancient civilisation’s life and culture; Artificial Intelligence has now come to their rescue. The first deep neural network, named after Ithaca, a Greek island in Homer’s Odyssey, will aid in not only reconstructing the lost text of damaged inscriptions, but also identifying their original location…

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6TH EDITION OF WORLD ROBOTICS CHAMPIONSHIP – TECHNOXIAN ANNOUNCED BY DR. JITENDRA SINGH (MINISTER OF STATE – SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY)

All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA) to organize 6th World’s Largest Robotics Championship Series – TECHNOXIAN at Indira Gandhi Stadium, New Delhi from 21st – 24th Aug’22. The inaugural announcement has been made by Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State – Science & Technology, Earth Science, Government of India. Highlights: Announced by Hon’ble Shri Jitendra Singh, Minister of State – Science & Technology 4 Days Championship Series to be held at IG Stadium, New Delhi in August’22 3000+ Robotics Clubs from India and 51+ Countries to Participate INR 5.0 million awards to winner teams in 10…

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GRAPES.sg Portal launched by Dr. Jitendra Singh (Minister of State, Science & Technology) for Tech Startups

AICRA launched GRAPES.sg (Global Resource of Automation Projects & Enterprise Solutions) portal, a marketplace  for tech companies and startups to provide consultancy and solutions to MSMEs and corporates. The inaugural  announcement has been made by Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State, Science & Technology, Earth Science, and  Government of India.  The portal would register domain experts of various technologies including Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality,  IoT, Blockchain, Robotics Process Automation, Data Science, Machine Learning etc., who could provide consultancy  to MSMEs and corporates, interested to use new technologies in their processes…

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Industries to get consultancy services from GRAPES before adopting new technologies

GRAPES is an AICRA initiative, launched in pursuance of the vision & mission of providing industry-ready solutions for technology solution seekers to develop the best products, and creating a marketplace for technology providers to showcase innovative solutions. A platform to play the role of “market-maker” by providing industry-ready solutions and also giving a platform for Innovators to showcase their best industrial practices.   At the heart of the technology landscape, stands eighteen main domains consultancy that includes Healthcare, Agriculture, Smart Cities, Smart Cities, Smart Mobility, manufacturing, Banking & BFSI, Education,…

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Exciting and great opportunities for all tech-savvy enthusiasts specifically In Robotics.

Technoxian is organizing the world Robotics championship in 5 countries where tech enthusiasts across the World showcase their talent and take part in various robotic challenges to mark their name on tech billboards Thousands of students across the world have taken advantage of this Platform by sharing ideas and knowledge on robotics and Artificial Intelligence (A.I). come and join the thrilling and exciting Robotic championship 2022 organized by Technoxian , for more details Visit www.Technoxian.com

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The 5 Most adopted uses of Artificial Intelligence that will change your business

1. Efficiency and productivity gains– Efficiency and productivity gains are two of the most often cited benefits of implementing AI within the enterprise. The technology handles tasks at a pace and scale that humans can’t match. At the same time, by removing such tasks from human workers’ responsibilities, AI allows those workers to move to higher-value tasks that technology can’t do. This allows organizations to minimize the costs associated with performing mundane, repeatable tasks that can be performed by technology while maximizing the talent of their human capital. 2. New…

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Microsoft’s new plan to prevent users from downloading chrome and Firefox

Trying to download Google Chrome on Edge will trigger prompts. These prompts are appearing in both Windows 10 and Windows 11. If you’ve used Windows 10, you’re probably aware of Microsoft’s methods for preventing you from changing your default browser to Google Chrome. That’s because Microsoft dislikes anyone who use the Chrome browser on its operating system, especially now that the Edge browser is based on Chrome’s technology. Microsoft has found a new way with Windows 11, and it may already be irritating many people. When you try to download…

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Google experienced a setback after losing court challenge against EU

Alphabet unit Google suffered a loss on Wednesday when Europe’s second-highest court dismissed its challenge to an EU antitrust ruling and a 2.42 billion euro ($2.8 billion) penalty, a huge victory for EU competition chief Margrethe Vestager. In 2017, Vestager sanctioned the world’s most popular internet search engine for favoring its own price-comparison shopping service, giving it an unfair edge over smaller European rivals. The shopping case was the first of three decisions that have resulted in a total of 8.25 billion euros in EU antitrust fines for Google over…

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Motorola to release Moto G power 2022 soon

Motorola may soon release the Moto G Power 2022. Evan Blass, a tipster described the phone as “Tonga.” The Geekbench listing did not reveal much about the Moto G Power 2022’s smartphone specifications, but it did reveal that the smartphone will run Android 11 and have 4GB RAM. The Moto G Power (2022) will be powered by an octa-core Helio G35 processor, according to Geekbench (MT6765H). The processor will be paired with 4GB of RAM and will send with Android 11 pre-installed. In terms of Geekbench scores, the smartphone achieved…

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