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Can AI Prevent Famine?

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Can AI Prevent Famine?

Today's INSIDER story demonstrated how artificial intelligence models are being used to mark areas most in need of famine relief and funding. Ed Hsu from the World Bank spoke at CES last week about his collaboration with AI heavyweights Google, Microsoft, and Amazon.

"We have to make sure that people living in...

On-Demand Webinars : Medical
Becoming Compliant with the MDRs: A Real-Life Case Study

The new Medical Device Regulations (MDRs) become enforceable May 2022. After that, all new devices set for market in the European market will have to demonstrate compliance with ISO 10993, even if the device has been on the market for years.

Upcoming Webinars : Medical
Coming Soon - Uncertainty Quantification for Simulation Modeling in the Medical Device Industry

Computational modeling is an important supplement to physical testing and clinical trials for design and performance validation of medical devices. The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) guidance material, “Reporting of Computational Modeling...

Upcoming Webinars : Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Coming Soon - Putting Bellows Technology to Work to Help Solve your Design Challenges

What do medical pumps, diving watches, oxygen valves, flexible mechanical couplings, and semiconductor wafer handlers all have in common? They all rely on bellows: flexible, spring-like precision-engineered components that come in a variety of designs,...

Upcoming Webinars : Robotics, Automation & Control
Coming Soon - Extending Your Robot's Reach: Learn How to Use Linear Axis Systems to Increase the Positioning Range

The future of manufacturing and automation will focus on reducing manual operations, extending machinery ranges, increasing productivity, and reducing costs. This 30-minute Webinar offers ways to reach these goals.

Upcoming Webinars : Electronics & Computers
Coming Soon - Automated and Connected Commercial Vehicles: Next Steps for ‘Hands-Off’ Operation

Demonstrations of increasingly connected and automated heavy vehicles on public highways and bustling worksites are becoming more commonplace, as the commercial vehicle industry continues to pursue improved fuel efficiency and operator...

Webinars : Medical
Coming Soon - What Is A Sterilization Dose Audit and How are they Performed

The performance of periodic sterilization dose audits is required, where a sterilization dose has been established using Method 1, Method 2, or Method VDmax. This webinar will focus on the purpose and activities associated with such audits in order to...

Upcoming Webinars : Software
Coming Soon - Multiphysics Modeling of MEMS

Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) are fundamentally driven by multiphysics phenomena, and as such, they require a modeling approach where the relevant physical phenomena are included and coupled. Join Dr. James Ransley from Veryst Engineering for a demonstration of how to use multiphysics modeling...

Upcoming Webinars : Electronics & Computers
Coming Soon - Pumped Two Phase Cooling- The Solution for High Heat Dissipation and More

The demand for more functionality in smaller footprints is growing across the product spectrum. To address the more challenging thermal management requirements resulting from this trend, packaging engineers are beginning to turn to Pumped Two Phase (P2P)...

Question of the Week : Electronics & Computers
Do You Expect Successful Cyberattacks on Today’s Connected Cars?

In today’s lead story, Stacy Janes showed optimism regarding the security of connected cars.

“The thing about connected vehicles right now is I don't think we have the scale to make a malicious attack financially viable,” said Janes. “By the time that scale is...

Application Briefs : Photonics/Optics
Cleaning or Etching Items with Unique Geometries

Cleaning, an integral part of many manufacturing and maintenance processes, is often critical to the performance of a broad range of technologies in the semiconductor, defense, MEMS, photonics...

Briefs : Photonics/Optics
Microresonators Offer Simpler Approach to Sensing With Light Pulses

Ultrashort optical pulses are becoming more and more relevant in a number of applications including distance measurement, molecular fingerprinting and ultrafast sampling....

Briefs : Medical
Portable, Wearable, Ultrasound Transducer

Researchers have developed a new ultrasound transducer that could dramatically lower the cost of ultrasound scanners to as little as $100. Conventional ultrasound scanners use piezoelectric crystals...