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A teenager would be the youngest in Canada to receive a total artificial heart

A teenager would be the youngest in Canada to receive a total artificial heart

(Toronto) Multiple heart surgeries and near-death experiences have earned 12-year-old Mariam Tannous the nickname “miraculous,” her mother says. Posted at 2:28 p.m. Cassandra Szklarsky The Canadian Press And for good reason: About a year ago, this now healthy pre-teen became the youngest person in Canada, and one of the youngest in the world, to receive …

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Artificial intelligence: myths, realities, challenges, limits

Artificial intelligence: myths, realities, challenges, limits

Understanding the mode of operation and the limits of AI makes it possible to imagine its applications in finance. Now very present in our lives, artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer the prerogative of research laboratories and science fiction novels generating in the public both fantasies, fascination and fears. According to the International Data Corporation …

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L'évolution de l'arbitrage vidéo passe par l'utilisation de l'intelligence artificielle. © Pixabay, Planet-Fox

Football World Cup 2022: artificial intelligence at the service of offside detection

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] How to define the relevance of artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence (AI), increasingly present in our world, allows machines to imitate a form of real intelligence. But how to define it? Despite the generalization of VAR (video assistance), offside remains the main point of contention in football. In France, …

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Way to extend training datasets for manipulation tasks improves robot performance by 40% or more Artificial Intelligence & Robotics News

Way to extend training datasets for manipulation tasks improves robot performance by 40% or more Artificial Intelligence & Robotics News

In a step toward robots that can learn on the fly like humans do, a new approach expands training datasets for robots that work with soft objects like ropes and fabrics, or in cluttered environments. Developed by robotics researchers at the University of Michigan, it could cut the time it takes to learn new materials …

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