Search results for deep learning

Economics & Business Feb 18, 2020

Generating realistic stock market data for deeper financial research

Financial markets are among the most well-studied and closely watched complex systems in existence. This rich literature on market modeling and analysis has led to many important innovations, such as automated tools for detecting ...

Plants & Animals Feb 20, 2020

Shark may avoid cold blood by holding its breath on deep dives

Scalloped hammerhead sharks stay warm as they descend into cold, deep water off the coast of Hawaii, suggesting the cold-blooded species may maintain its body temperature on dives by holding its breath, according to new research ...

Social Sciences Feb 18, 2020

AI and the future of your mind

Susan Schneider, associate professor of philosophy and cognitive science and director of the AI, Mind and Society (AIMS) Group at UConn, has gained a national and international reputation for her writing on the philosophical ...

Environment Feb 19, 2020

What to do when cutting emissions alone is no longer enough

Global emissions reach about 40 billion tons each year. Such a massive number can be hard to conceptualize, but chemical engineer Jennifer Wilcox offers some context: Approximately 10 billion of these come from the transportation ...

Astronomy Feb 19, 2020

Findings from NASA's Juno update Jupiter water mystery

NASA's Juno mission has provided its first science results on the amount of water in Jupiter's atmosphere. Published recently in the journal Nature Astronomy, the Juno results estimate that at the equator, water makes up ...

Quantum Physics Feb 13, 2020

Machine learning implemented for quantum optics

As machine learning continues to surpass human performance in a growing number of tasks, scientists at Skoltech have applied deep learning to reconstruct quantum properties of optical systems.

Materials Science Feb 10, 2020

Predicting chaos using aerosols and AI

If a poisonous gas were released in a bioterrorism attack, the ability to predict the path of its molecules—through turbulent winds, temperature changes and unstable buoyancies—could mean life or death. Understanding ...

Materials Science Jan 30, 2020

Machine learning technique speeds up crystal structure determination

Nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a computer-based method that could make it less labor-intensive to determine the crystal structures of various materials and molecules, including alloys, ...

Biotechnology Jan 23, 2020

Unveiling the biggest and most detailed map of the fly brain yet

Janelia and Google scientists have constructed the most complete map of the fly brain ever created, pinpointing millions of connections between 25,000 neurons. Now, a wiring diagram of the entire brain is within reach.

Biotechnology Feb 14, 2020

Transparent human organs allow 3-D maps at the cellular level

For the first time, researchers have managed to make intact human organs transparent. Using microscopic imaging, they revealed complex underlying structures of the transparent organs at the cellular level. The resulting organ ...

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