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How Artificial Intelligence Could Change the Medical Field

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Rules Governing Drones In Japan- Part 1 – DEEP AERO DRONES – Medium

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  • Rules Governing Drones In Japan- Part1Today, drone can be found in various sizes and shapes and are used for all sorts of purposes.
  • Few years back it was possible to fly a drone in a broad range of areas, and as of now, a lot have changed and certain rules regulations have been formulated for the safe, secure, legal flight.
  • Have a look at certain rules formulated for DRONES in JAPAN- – What are the restrictions?
  • – Drone not to be operated near airports.
  • DIDs maps have been published throughout the country by the government and various local governments have passed ordinances over the restricting drone flying.

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We’re at the very beginning of the next technological revolution

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  • Weldon said were at the start of only the 6th technological revolution there has ever been, the previous one being the internet.
  • While the transfer of unadorned data has become a commoditized, thankless task, the transfer of knowledge in the form of data collected from countless sensors and then processed to enable informed actions could give telcos the chance to once more add value and thus margin.
  • The technology to enable that is a core part of the 5G cunning plan, but no amount of clever tinkering from the likes of Weldon can overcome the fact that even light can only travel 100 km in 1 ms. This means that if you want to keep latency at…
  • So the network needs to move from being quite centralised to massively distributed and the broader trend, says Weldon, is the shift from global to local.
  • The discussion them moved to a panel consisting of Weldon, CEO of Iron Group (startups) Anne de Kerckove, CEO of Cisco UK and Ireland Scot Garner, MD of Bain Capital Melissa Bethell and CSO of Liberty Global Jim Ryan.

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A.I. could help cameras see in candlelight, research suggests

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  • By feeding a RAW image processor two identical shots, one a short exposure and one a long exposure, the group managed to get an image with less noise and without the odd color casts alternative methods provide.
  • With additional research, the processing algorithms could help cameras take images with less noise without using a longer shutter speed.
  • To train what the group calls the See-in-the-Dark data set, the researchers took two different images in limited light.
  • Using a remote app to control the camera without touching it, the group took a properly exposed long exposure image from ten to 30 seconds long.
  • The algorithms created from the data set, when used on RAW sensor data, created brighter images with less noise compared to other methods of handling the camera data, like demosaicing.

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DEEP AERO: An AI Blockchain Solution for The Drone Industry

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  • DEEP AEROs autonomous, self-governing, intelligent Drone/Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) will ensure safe flights of manned and unmanned aircrafts in the shared space.
  • DEEP AERO is researching prototype technologies such as airspace design, dynamic geofencing, congestion management, terrain avoidance, route planning, rerouting, separation management, sequencing and spacing, and contingency management for a UAS Traffic Management (UTM) system that will develop airspace integration requirements for enabling safe, efficient low-altitude operations of drones.
  • DEEP AERO envisions a network of self-flying autonomous drones, or passenger ferries, that are big enough to ferry individual passengers.
  • DEEP AERO will work closely with leading passenger drone manufacturers like Volocopter, eHANG, Autonomous Passenger Drone and Workhorse to launch Drone Taxi Service on its marketplace.
  • DEEP AERO is also conducting a contest whereby it will give 1 passenger drone (worth $450,000) and 300 DJI PHANTOM 4 PRO drones (worth $1,500) as reward to lucky winners from the pool of all contributors who contribute 1 ETH or more to its ICO campaign, subject to the ICO…

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