If you are looking for an answer to the question What is Artificial Intelligence? and you only have a minute, then here's the definition the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence offers on its home page: "the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines."
However, if you are fortunate enough to have more than a minute, then please get ready to embark upon an exciting journey exploring AI (but beware, it could last a lifetime) …
They have agreed to combine RUAG Space's latest single board computer for satellites called "Lynx", with Stream Analyze' analytics platform "sa.engine", to provide solutions for space customers' future Artificial Intelligence applications in space. A "smart" satellite will be able to automatically send messages to Earth of its own performance and status, such as: "Hello, it seems like I am going to use 20% more energy than usual next week. Is that ok?" instead of just raw data.
In recent years, the prevalence of artificial intelligence in our everyday lives has increased drastically. We now see such technology in our phones, in cybersecurity, and even in cars. But where did it all begin for AI, and what lies in its future? Well, here are some interesting facts you may not know about artificial intelligence. While the ancient Greeks wrote about "intelligent robots" in religious mythology, artificial intelligence was first conceptualized by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, a German mathematician and philosopher, in the late seventeenth century.
Both the meeting with quality assurance testers and an ensuing five-minute studio-wide meeting were led by studio head Brian Raffel, who did not mention unionization. John Obligato, human resources partner at Activision and Raven's primary human resources contact, sat in on both meetings, chiming in at times and saying "some testers may excel" and "we want to make sure we're developing career development paths." Activision Blizzard did not return a request for comment about the two meetings.
While details on the three new games remain sparse, EA did offer some personnel info. Development on the new "Jedi" game will be headed by Stig Asmussen, who helmed the previous entry and, before that, Sony's "God of War III." The new first-person shooter, meanwhile, will be directed by Peter Hirschmann, who previously worked on numerous Star Wars games including "Star Wars: Battlefront" and "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed." The strategy game will be designed by a new studio formed by Greg Foertsch, a developer on the revered XCOM series of turn-based, sci-fi strategy games. Respawn Entertainment, creator of Titanfall and "Apex Legends," will lead development on the "Jedi" sequel and the shooter while handling production for the strategy game.
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The Open Dynamic Robot Initiative Group is a collaboration between five robotics-oriented research groups, based in three countries, with the aim to build an Open Source robotics platform based around the torque-control method. Leveraging 3D printing, a few custom PCBs, and off-the-shelf parts, there is a low-barrier to entry and much lower cost compared to similar robots. The eagle-eyed will note that this is only a development platform, and all of the higher level control is off-machine, hosted by a separate PC. What's interesting here, is just how low-level the robot actually is. The motion hardware is purely a few BLDC motors driven by field-orientated control (FOC) driver units, a wireless controller and some batteries.
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Metaphysic, the company behind the Tom Cruise deepfakes, has raised $7.5 million. The London-based company develops artificial intelligence for hyperreal virtual experiences in the metaverse, the universe of virtual worlds that are all interconnected, like in novels such as Snow Crash and Ready Player One. The company raised the money from Section 32, 8VC, TO Ventures, Winklevoss Capital and Logan Paul. The funding will help expand Metaphysic's work on synthetic content creation tools for emergent metaverse worlds that are being built by Facebook and other networks. In addition to developing technology to scale hyperreal experiences in the metaverse, Metaphysic is aiming its synthetic media to connect influencers and their audiences in novel ways -- including via deepfake videos -- that are hyperrealistic, ethically created and uniquely compelling.