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Virtual laboratory: Fast, flexible and exact

18 July 2017 - 5:52am
During the forming process, sheet metal materials are often stressed to their limits. Computer simulations are used to test how far it is possible to go in production. However, the simulation is only ever as exact as the data on which it is based. Scientists have now developed a virtual test laboratory that allows them to examine different load states for metal materials and determine precise mechanical data.
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Ways in which cells feel their surroundings

18 July 2017 - 5:45am
Researchers used computer modeling to show how cells can feel their way through their surroundings, for example, when a tumor cell invades a new tissue or organ.
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Research makes robots better at following spoken instructions

13 July 2017 - 12:48pm
A new software system helps robots to more effectively act on instructions from people, who by nature give commands that range from simple and straightforward to those that are more complex and imply a myriad of subtasks.
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New tools turn audio clips into realistic video

11 July 2017 - 11:14am
A new AI tool can create realistic videos from audio files alone -- including speeches by President Obama.
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What kind of Facebook user are you?

5 July 2017 - 10:30am
Researchers asked people why they use Facebook, then identified four categories of users.
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Self-driving cars may soon be able to make moral and ethical decisions as humans do

5 July 2017 - 9:32am
A ground-breaking new study challenges the assumption that moral decisions are strongly context dependent and cannot be modeled or described algorithmically, finding that human behavior in dilemma situations can be modeled by a simple value-of-life-based model. The research suggests that human moral behavior can be well-described by algorithms and used by machines to manage moral dilemmas on the road.
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Tracking humans in 3D with off-the-shelf webcams

5 July 2017 - 8:33am
Whether it's for computer games, motion analysis in sports, or even medical examinations, many applications require that people and their movements are captured digitally in 3D in real-time. Until now, this was possible only with expensive systems of several cameras, or by having people wear special suits. Computer scientists have now developed a system that requires only a single video camera. It can even estimate the 3D pose of a person acting in a pre-recorded video, for instance a YouTube video.
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