AI is already an ingredient in many kitchens

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By Prostock-Studio / Getty Images Whether it’s being used to compile articles for the media or to write a history report or even compose a love letter, individuals are finding a wide range of ‘uses’ for ChatGPT or are at least experimenting with the AI in a range of domains, with varying success. Whether we like it or not, artificial intelligence is the buzzword of the moment and could even be leading to a new digital revolution. However innovative it may be, the use of AI in the culinary World actually isn’t so new.. We explain. Whether it’s being used to compile articles for the media or to … Read More “AI is already an ingredient in many kitchens”

Machine magic or art menace? Japan’s first AI manga

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By HARUMI OZAWA / AFPTV / AFP The author of a sci-fi manga about to hit shelves in Japan admits he has “absolutely zero” drawing talent, so turned to artificial intelligence to create the dystopian saga. The author of a sci-fi manga about to hit shelves in Japan admits he has “absolutely zero” drawing talent, so turned to artificial intelligence to create the dystopian saga. All the futuristic contraptions and creatures in “Cyberpunk: Peach John” were intricately rendered by Midjourney, a viral AI tool that has sent the art World into a spin, along with others such as Stable Diffusion and DALL… Read More “Machine magic or art menace? Japan’s first AI manga”

RoboSense Launches RS-Fusion-P6, Automotive-Grade Solid-State LiDAR Perception Solution for L4 Autonomous Driving

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RoboSense, a World-leading provider of Smart LiDAR Sensor Systems, has announced the launch of its first automotive-grade solid-state LiDAR perception solution for L4 autonomous driving, the RS-Fusion-P6 (P6). With advanced software and hardware support from RoboSense, the P6 provides precise and intelligent environmental perception capabilities, enabling autonomous vehicles to navigate through complex driving scenarios with ease, helping to reduce costs and increase efficiency, and promoting the rapid implementation of large-scale autonomous driving commercial operations. As an automotive-gra… Read More “RoboSense Launches RS-Fusion-P6, Automotive-Grade Solid-State LiDAR Perception Solution for L4 Autonomous Driving”

Market Rebound After A Very Tough February

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In hisDaily Market Notes report to investors, Louis Navellier wrote: Market ReboundRates lower, stocks higher. Powell testifies to Congress this week. Stocks continued their rally since rates broke last Thursday. The 10-year dropped below 3.9% pre-market but ran back to 3.94% after the open, but it didn’t stop the market from continuing to rise. The 2-year bottomed at 4.82% and has since bounced back to 4.85%. It was time for a rebound after a very tough February. Q4 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The US dollar index has fallen back to 104.25 after almost hitting 105 last week. … Read More “Market Rebound After A Very Tough February”

ACC Tournament Betting Preview: Duke Favored Ahead of Miami, Virginia

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By Kyle Wood The Blue Devils enter the tournament as the fourth seed, but they are on a roll. The ACC Tournament tips off Tuesday afternoon from the Greensboro Coliseum in North Carolina. It’s the first of the Power 6 conference tournaments to get underway this March with 15 teams battling it out for the trophy. Miami and Virginia shared the regular-season crown, but the Hurricanes earned the No. 1 seed by beating the Cavaliers in their one meeting this year. Fourth-seeded Duke is the betting favorite to win the conference tournament, though, ahead of both UM and UVA. Kevin Sweeney’s latest ed… Read More “ACC Tournament Betting Preview: Duke Favored Ahead of Miami, Virginia”

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Introduces a New AlphaZBL™ AC-DC Active Bridge Rectifier Solution

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–Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited (AOS) (Nasdaq: AOSL), a designer, developer, and global supplier of a broad range of power semiconductors, power ICs, and digital power products, today introduced an extension to its active bridge driver, AlphaZBL™ family. Available in an SOP-8L package, the AOZ7203AV is a self-powered dual driver IC for driving external high-voltage MOSFETs to replace two low-side diodes of bridge rectifier. The new device is suitable for use in adapters for high-end laptops and televisions, as well as power supplies for Desktops, Game consoles, and Servers. The new AOZ7… Read More “Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Introduces a New AlphaZBL™ AC-DC Active Bridge Rectifier Solution”

ChatGPT could have a role in UK government

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ChatGPT could have a role in government, says UK politician. Artificial intelligence apps are a “massive opportunity” for matters of state, according to the new UK government science secretary. Michelle Donelan, a Conservative MP and holder of a brand new role amid a Cabinet reshuffle, believes that the civil service ought to rely on the talent it already has but hinted there could be a future for AI. She told the Sunday Telegraph newspaper: “I think these types of technology are going to create a whole new section of jobs and in areas that we haven’t even thought of, and where this leads us i… Read More “ChatGPT could have a role in UK government”

Can Rishi Sunak’s science superpower dreams become reality?

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By Charlie Conchie Rishi Sunak rolled out plans to “cement the UK as a tech and science superpower by 2030” today with promises to tempt in the best global tech talent and deliver a state-backed £370m investment boost. The new “framework” marks the first major outing for the newly minted department for Science, Innovation and Technology, which ministers claim will “challenge every part of government to better put the UK at the forefront of global science and technology”. But the plans come fresh on the back of a series of blows to the UK’s wider tech ecosystem. Questions still hang over UK acc… Read More “Can Rishi Sunak’s science superpower dreams become reality?”

As a government, we need to bring tech success to ordinary Brits’ lives

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By Andy Silvester In my new role as Technology Secretary, it won’t surprise you to hear that I get hundreds of emails, and many of them end with that familiar automated line “sent from my iPhone”. I am sure everyone reading this will have had the same, and never thought twice about it. But this week, as I was thinking about the mammoth task my new department is setting out on – to make the UK a science and technology superpower – that one automated line got me thinking about what this country is capable of. Not many people who sent those emails to me will realise that every word and letter the… Read More “As a government, we need to bring tech success to ordinary Brits’ lives”