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Leading Employers Adopt Criteria To Mitigate Algorithmic Bias In Workforce Decisions

The Salamanca Press 08 Dec 2021
8, 2021 /CNW/ -- More than a dozen of the world's leading employers today announced that they are adopting criteria to mitigate data and algorithmic bias in human resources and workforce decisions, including recruiting, compensation and employee development.
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PsiQuantum and QunaSys Partner to Advance Industrial Chemistry and Materials Science through Quantum Computing

The Maryville Daily Times 08 Dec 2021
“As quantum computing technology advances, it is important to be at the forefront of exploring use cases and developing the algorithms that will drive new technology development,” said Tennin Yan, chief executive officer at QunaSys ... QunaSys is the world's leading developer of ...
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A system for designing and training intelligent soft robots

Technology Org 08 Dec 2021
To test the robot’s aptitude, the team developed their own co-design algorithms by combining standard methods for design optimization and deep reinforcement learning (RL) techniques ... stat-of-the-art computing resources to contribute to algorithmic development in these areas.
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Redesign Science Raises $15M to Advance Computational Structure-Based Drug Discovery

The Salamanca Press 08 Dec 2021
Using state-of-the-art physics-based simulation algorithms, Redesign Science ... Redesign Science has focused on developing algorithms that fuse molecular dynamics, statistical physics and machine learning to produce a quick and accurate analysis of a protein's structural dynamics.
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Thales, the Trusted Provider of Accurate and Efficient Biometric Technologies

Egypt Commercial News 08 Dec 2021
The company regularly benchmarks the accuracy of its algorithms and develops new security mechanisms to fight fraud and to continuously improve efficiency of its face recognition technologies ... 1uses these algorithms for its Face Recognition Platform (FRP), Cogent Automatic ...
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Equinor makes equity investment into UK battery storage developer Noriker Power

Energy Storage News 08 Dec 2021
A Noriker Power-developed battery storage project in the UK ... Norwegian oil and gas giant Equinor has acquired a 45% stake in UK utility-scale energy storage and stability services developer Noriker Power ... This will include engineering development, control systems innovation and algorithmic optimisation.
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Robot shows human-like facial expressions

Shenzhen Daily 08 Dec 2021
The robot, called Ameca, is shown making a series of incredibly human-like facial expressions ... The company said that Ameca is a “platform for developing AI,” but is letting others develop the necessary machine learning algorithms ... To control movements, it has developed browser-based software that works much 3D apps used for VFX or gaming animation ... .
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Norden starts issuing carbon emissions reports for every voyage

Splash24/7 08 Dec 2021
Danish shipowner Norden is now providing all customers with a carbon emissions estimate prior to every freight transport, as well as a post-voyage carbon emissions report ... The pre-voyage estimates are based on an algorithm developed by Norden, using data from 58m voyage simulations ... .
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PiiQ Media's Authenticity Scoring Enables Companies to Better Evaluate Social Media Activity

Daily Times Chronicle 08 Dec 2021
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec ... Click to Tweet ... To enable this evaluation, PiiQ Media has developed algorithms to detect inauthentic social media profiles and activity by examining and scoring specific profile characteristics and conversation engagement ... Social media is a critical factor in a company's reputation and ultimately, success ... About PiiQ Media ... .
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You’d Better Watch Out: The Surveillance State Has a Naughty List, and You’re On It

GlobalResearch 08 Dec 2021
... their customers, particularly their purchasing patterns, for years, but the retailer has also funded major surveillance in cities across the country and developed behavioral surveillance algorithms that can determine whether someone’s mannerisms might fit the profile of a thief.
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Algorithm to increase the efficiency of quantum computers

Phys Dot Org 07 Dec 2021
Quantum computers have the potential to solve important problems that are beyond reach even for the most powerful supercomputers, but they require an entirely new way of programming and creating algorithms. Universities and major tech companies are spearheading research on how to develop these new algorithms.
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Roche announces the release of its newest artificial intelligence based digital pathology algorithms to aid ...

Longview News-Journal 07 Dec 2021
- Roche introduces three artificial intelligence (AI)-based, deep learning image analysis Research Use Only (RUO) algorithms developed for breast cancer, which is the second most common cancer in the world with an estimated 2.3 million new cases in 2020(1) and the most common cancer in women globally(1,2).
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Saving lives with artificial intelligence

Technology Org 07 Dec 2021
A new artificial intelligence (AI) technology developed at Tel Aviv University (TAU) will make it possible to identify patients who are at risk of serious illness as a result of blood infections ... the risk factors for developing serious illness at an early stage of infection.
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NASA's next-generation asteroid impact monitoring system goes online

Phys Dot Org 07 Dec 2021
In anticipation of this increase, NASA astronomers have developed a next-generation impact monitoring algorithm called Sentry-II to better evaluate NEA impact probabilities ... CNEOS has monitored the impact risk posed by NEAs with software called Sentry, developed by JPL in 2002 ... Sentry-II's algorithm then asks.
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NASA’s Next-Generation Asteroid Impact Monitoring System Goes Online

Technology Org 07 Dec 2021
In anticipation of this increase, NASA astronomers have developed a next-generation impact monitoring algorithm called Sentry-II to better evaluate NEA impact probabilities ... CNEOS has monitored the impact risk posed by NEAs with software called Sentry, developed by JPL in 2002 ... Sentry-II’s algorithm then asks.
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