Tag: Artificial intelligence

  • Science Night LIVE!  Heureka celebrates the expertise of international researchers living and working in Finland

    Science Night LIVE! Heureka celebrates the expertise of international researchers living and working in Finland

    Funded by the Science Information and in cooperation with E2 Research, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences and Heureka, the goal Science Night LIVE! is to support the media, decision-makers, companies and third sector organizations in finding the expertise of foreign researchers working in Finland. The event offers researchers opportunities for social engagement with the public […]

  • Microsoft reinvented office applications with AI tools

    Microsoft reinvented office applications with AI tools

    “Manufacturers now have a co-pilot in the live studio to help them build solutions and provide suggestions for improvements. To build an app, stream or bot, you can describe it in natural language and the co-pilot can build it in seconds. Easy,” the statement reads. “Power Apps’ Copilot makes it easy to keep data at […]

  • ChatGPT is still in the early stages of proving its industrial value: Report

    ChatGPT is still in the early stages of proving its industrial value: Report

    The chatbot, which converses with users, has demonstrated its ability to write poems, essays and research papers, program computers and even take master’s level exams. Generative AI describes artificial intelligence algorithms that can be used to create new content, including text, images, videos, audio, code, and synthetic data. The excitement surrounding ChatGPT shows that the […]

  • Winter holidays: Where the walls can talk!

    February in DAC BLOX, Bryghusgade 10, Cph K; open daily 10:00-18:00, until 21:00 on Thurs; over 18 years: DKK 115, under 18 years: free adm, dac.dk A record 226,000 guests visited the Danish Architecture Center in 2022 – proof that the complex is one of the biggest attractions in Copenhagen. Since occupying its new home […]

  • Did you know that ChatGPT can (almost) pass the US Medical Licensing Exam?

    Did you know that ChatGPT can (almost) pass the US Medical Licensing Exam?

    A large language model (LLM) or new artificial intelligence (AI) system called ChatGPT is intended to produce writing that resembles a person by predicting future sequences of words. Unlike most chatbots, ChatGPT cannot do online searches. Instead, it produces text based on word relationships that are predicted by internal processes. Kung and colleagues tested ChatGPT’s […]

  • Google’s new artificial intelligence can create music from text

    Google’s new artificial intelligence can create music from text

    The examples are impressive. There are 30-second snippets of what sound like real songs, created from song-length descriptions that dictate genre, mood, and even specific instruments, and five-minute songs created from one or two words, like “melodic techno.” “ The demo site also has examples of what the model produces when asked to create 10-second […]

  • Cancer cells can change their size to survive drugs, research reveals

    Cancer cells can change their size to survive drugs, research reveals

    Researchers believe that smaller cells may be more vulnerable to DNA-damaging agents such as chemotherapy combined with targeted drugs, while larger cancer cells may respond better to immunotherapy. The study was published in the journal Science Advances. It combined innovative high-performance image analysis with the study of DNA and proteins to study the size control […]

  • Performance Preview: Different surroundings, but the same high level of quality from a playwright who knows his technique

    Performance Preview: Different surroundings, but the same high level of quality from a playwright who knows his technique

    Not all stories set on Mars are like ‘War of the Worlds’, the classic HG Wells novel written in the 1890s that changed the way we thought about outer space forever. Granted, some are just as far-fetched, like ‘Total Recall’, while others are more realistic, like the recent Ridley Scott film ‘The Martian’. But rarely […]

  • Studio Ett special – how AI changes the world

    Studio Ett special – how AI changes the world

    Studio Ett’s special broadcast is entirely devoted to AI, artificial intelligence. Hear a variety of voices and examples of how Artificial Intelligence is used today and what risks exist. We get a taste of self-driving cars and wonder how worried the unions are about AI taking over their members’ jobs.

  • Major EU funding was awarded to a research project led by HUS Helsinki University Hospital, which investigates the role of systemic endotoxemia as a cause of chronic inflammation in arthritis

    Major EU funding was awarded to a research project led by HUS Helsinki University Hospital, which investigates the role of systemic endotoxemia as a cause of chronic inflammation in arthritis

    The EU’s main goal was to develop a personal plan to reduce chronic inflammation and prevent the transition from health to disease. “In this project, we aim to investigate the relationship between gut microbiota, gut permeability and systemic endotoxemia. We also aim to understand their role as promoters of disease onset and disease activity in […]

  • Facebook scraps huge plans in Denmark

    Facebook scraps huge plans in Denmark

    Metafocusing elsewhereMany of the workers have moved to Odense from abroad to work on the project and are now faced with unemployment and the risk of being sent home. The agreement with Per Aarsleff was first signed in August in a deal worth DKK 2.4 billion. Meta already has two data centers in the Odense […]

  • The Academy of Finland grants funding to support research cooperation between Finland and the United States

    The Academy of Finland grants funding to support research cooperation between Finland and the United States

    The Academy’s funding decisions were made by the Flagship Program Subcommittee and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Committee as part of the ICT 2023 Research, Development and Innovation Program. The funded projects combine high-quality domestic and US research, which creates excellent conditions for significant scientific discoveries and social impacts. Among other things, the projects […]

  • Research projects promoting green and digital transition receive funding from the Academy of Finland

    Research projects promoting green and digital transition receive funding from the Academy of Finland

    The selected research projects broadly promote the green and digital transition by developing new solutions for promoting carbon neutrality and for curbing and adapting to climate change. Research topics are related to the health effects of climate change, sustainable energy technology, forestry and environmental law, among others. According to the professor Johanna Myllyharjuchair of the […]

  • Helsinki Biennale 2023 announces preview list of artists and titles: New trends may emerge

    Helsinki Biennale 2023 announces preview list of artists and titles: New trends may emerge

    Krysa, which works with both people and other entities, has invited five art, research and technology entities for curatorial collaboration: Critical Environmental Data, Museum of Impossible Forms, TBA21–Academy, ViCCA @ Aalto Arts and AI Entity. Comprised of more than 50% new commissions and site-specific work, the first announced participants are: Matti Aikio (Fl), Dineo Seshee […]

  • Artificial intelligence can predict human diseases: Research

    Artificial intelligence can predict human diseases: Research

    One day, artificial intelligence-powered genome readers may even be able to predict the prevalence of diseases, from cancer to the common cold. Unfortunately, the recent popularity of artificial intelligence has led to a bottleneck for innovation. “Right now it’s like the Wild West. Everyone does what they want,” says the assistant professor at Cold Spring […]

  • The companies behind K-Startup in Slush

    The companies behind K-Startup in Slush

    Here they got the chance to showcase their innovations to attract potential investors to their companies to expand internationally and especially in Europe. AimbeLab – Digitization of the agricultural sector AimbeLab won the first prize of the competition. The company offers digital AI-based solutions for livestock farmers and feed suppliers.When the CEO Byungsoo Go saw […]

  • Korean Startups presented top innovations at Slush

    Korean Startups presented top innovations at Slush

    KISED, a public institution under the Ministry of SMEs and Start-ups, is responsible for promoting Korean start-ups. Since its founding in 2008, it has supported more than 60,000 start-ups and taken hundreds of startups to international events such as Websummit and Slush. Below is a summary of the start-ups in the Korea Pavilion; VirtualThe company […]

  • Significant EU funding for the implementation of value-based cancer treatment in European cancer hospitals

    Significant EU funding for the implementation of value-based cancer treatment in European cancer hospitals

    The goal of the ONCOVALUE project is to increase the ability of European cancer hospitals to collect real-world data (RWD) easily and in a timely manner. Systematic collection and analysis of clinical data is needed for continuous development of treatment and improvement of results. Real-time, high-quality clinical data also supports regulatory and health impact assessment […]

  • Web Summit 2022 brought over 70,000 techies to Lisbon

    Web Summit 2022 brought over 70,000 techies to Lisbon

    Web Summit organizes the world’s largest technology events. Web Summit events have attracted half a million people at Web Summit in Lisbon, Web Summit Rio in South America, Collision in North America and RISE in Asia since Web Summit’s inception as a 150-person conference in Dublin in 2009. The November event in Lisbon was the […]

  • Some 4.5 million Ukrainians temporarily without power, says Zelensky

    Some 4.5 million Ukrainians temporarily without power, says Zelensky

    Some 4.5 million Ukrainians, more than 10% of the pre-war population, were temporarily without power on Thursday evening due to Russian attacks, President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video address. Kyiv earlier on Thursday condemned the “mass forced relocation” of its citizens living in regions occupied by Russia. Read our live blog to see how […]

  • Live: 4.5 million Ukrainians temporarily without power, says Zelensky

    Live: 4.5 million Ukrainians temporarily without power, says Zelensky

    Some 4.5 million Ukrainians, more than 10% of the pre-war population, were temporarily without power on Thursday evening due to Russian attacks, President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video address. Kyiv earlier on Thursday condemned the “mass forced relocation” of its citizens living in regions occupied by Russia. Follow our live blog for the latest […]

  • Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh says Indian-Swedish companies must support start-ups from both sides

    Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh says Indian-Swedish companies must support start-ups from both sides

    New Delhi [India] October 27 (ANI): Addressing the 9th edition of India-Sweden Innovation Day through virtual mode, Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh said that research collaboration and joint startups ecosystem will help build a common future by harnessing the power in science, technology and innovation for social good. Referring to the joint projects that have […]

  • Maker Faire Rome 2022 – European Edition was a great success

    Maker Faire Rome 2022 – European Edition was a great success

    Maker Faire is an annual gathering of DIY enthusiasts, first organized by Make magazine in 2006. Participants come from a wide range of interests, such as robotics, 3D printing, computers, arts and crafts, and hacker culture. Since 2006, several sister events have been born in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. The classic Rome three-day […]

  • Dementia: WHO issues plan for research into seventh leading cause of death

    Dementia: WHO issues plan for research into seventh leading cause of death

    Dementia is one of the biggest health challenges of our generation. “Although dementia is the seventh leading cause of death worldwide, dementia research accounts for less than 1.5 percent of all health research output,” said Dr. Soumya SwaminathanWHO chief scientist. “Unfortunately, we are lagging behind in implementing the Global Action Plan for Dementia Public Health […]

  • Blood tests may help detect who is likely to have prolonged Covid: Study

    Blood tests may help detect who is likely to have prolonged Covid: Study

    Generally, the body’s protein levels are stable. But the researchers found a dramatic difference in the levels of some proteins up to six weeks after infection, suggesting disruption of several important biological processes. Using an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm, they identified a “signature” of the abundance of various proteins that successfully predicted whether a person […]

  • The German technology fair IFA 2022 for home electronics opens

    BERLIN, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) — The German technology fair IFA 2022 opened to the public in Berlin on Friday, for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2020, the fair was limited to professional visitors, while last year it was cancelled. Until Tuesday next week, 1,100 exhibitors from 46 countries and […]

  • GLOBALink | The German technology fair IFA 2022 for home electronics opens

    BERLIN, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) — The German technology fair IFA 2022 opened to the public in Berlin on Friday, for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2020, the fair was limited to professional visitors, while last year it was cancelled. Until Tuesday next week, 1,100 exhibitors from 46 countries and […]

  • Aktia launches a rare dark green corporate bond fund

    Aktia launches a rare dark green corporate bond fund

    It is classified as as a dark green fund in accordance with Article 9 of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation. The fund only invests in green, social and responsible bonds and bonds linked to sustainable development (SLB), and each investment item is also required to have a positive net effect, taking into account, for […]

  • Finland is number one in EU digitization

    Finland is number one in EU digitization

    The maximum score in the DESI comparison is 100. Finland’s score this year is 69.6. The EU average is 52.3. In the digital performance comparison, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden rank after Finland. The ministerial working group for the development of digitality, data economy and public administration is satisfied with the results. Finland’s continued success […]

  • The Border Guard increases air surveillance on the Russian border

    The Border Guard increases air surveillance on the Russian border

    The Border Guard has increased aerial surveillance of the eastern border this year. This means that the helicopters and surveillance planes of the Border Guard’s air patrol squadron will fly about 4,000 hours in 2022, a quarter more than in 2021. According to the border authorities, surveillance flights are an effective way to monitor the […]

  • Make this the month you make friends … It’s July!

    Make this the month you make friends … It’s July!

    Moving to Denmark with your family can have many challenges: from the struggle to find a new home and schools for your children, to finding the best place for your morning coffee. Fortunately, you have also landed in the best city in the world to start a family in what is one of the happiest […]

  • Microsoft: Russian cyber espionage targets 42 allies in Ukraine

    Microsoft: Russian cyber espionage targets 42 allies in Ukraine

    Cleveland, Ohio – At the same time as relentless cyberattacks on Ukraine, state-backed Russian hackers have engaged in “strategic espionage” against governments, think tanks, companies and aid groups in 42 countries that support Kyiv, Microsoft said in a report on Wednesday. “Since the beginning of the war, the Russian orientation [of Ukraine’s allies] has been […]

  • Transport ministers discuss EU climate package proposals

    Transport ministers discuss EU climate package proposals

    The EU aims to reduce its emissions by at least 55% of 1990 levels by 2030, through the Fit for 55 package. “Finland has worked hard to ensure that the proposals concerning the transport of the package take into account the national special features of our country and leave enough room for national flexibility. In […]

  • Significant EU funding for HUS’s Helsinki University Hospital-led research project on the long-term effects of COVID-19

    Significant EU funding for HUS’s Helsinki University Hospital-led research project on the long-term effects of COVID-19

    The number of patients with long-term effects of COVID-19 infection is increasing worldwide. Therefore, it is important to identify and understand the mechanisms underlying persistent symptoms and use this better understanding to provide adequate care to patients. This is the aim of the Long Covid project led by HUS. The research material generated during the […]

  • Yle publishes news in Ukrainian

    Yle publishes news in Ukrainian

    Yle publishes news in Ukrainian to serve the country’s refugees arriving in Finland. The textual news, which is published on weekdays, focuses on top national news as well as stories of interest to Ukrainians. The articles also contain practical information about living in Finland. "We want to support Ukrainians coming to Finland," Aki KekäläinenYle’s Head […]

  • Internet trends are sought in the 2020s

    Internet trends are sought in the 2020s

    Let’s look at some of the ongoing trends that could accelerate further in the coming years. Gaming continues Gaming is a phenomenon in which elements of video games are used in a context that is not necessarily related to gaming. We have seen many online businesses adopt the concept with great success over the last […]

  • Authorities launch artificial intelligence project to modernize Finnish prison workforce

    Authorities launch artificial intelligence project to modernize Finnish prison workforce

    The Criminal Sanctions Agency (CSA) intends to help prisoners improve their digital skills through a project in four Finnish prisons. In Helsinki, Hämeenlinna, Sukeva and Turku, a year-long experiment uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide prisoners with the skills they need in modern work and study environments. "Teaching artificial intelligence is easy in a closed […]

  • Denmark must be home to a new NATO center

    Denmark must be home to a new NATO center

    As part of the NATO 2030 agenda, Copenhagen will soon host a test center and acceleration site for quantum technologies. The development of new technologies is crucial in the global competition between great powers. Quantum technology, artificial intelligence and other new and disruptive technologies will change the way we live. Therefore, the new center is […]

  • Science Round-Up: Danish universities form huge green-food collab

    Science Round-Up: Danish universities form huge green-food collab

    Denmark’s eight universities – DTU, University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University, IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School, Aalborg University, University of Southern Denmark and Roskilde University – have joined forces on a unique new project on the green transition in food. . An interdisciplinary facility based at Aarhus University called the START Center for Sustainable […]

  • Helsinki e-scooter renters will face new rules, parking violation fees

    Helsinki e-scooter renters will face new rules, parking violation fees

    The City of Helsinki is cooperating with e-scooter rental companies to reduce the problems and inconveniences caused by the equipment. The stubborn ice of winter is gradually disappearing, meaning the city’s sidewalks and streets will soon be filled again with e-scooters for rent. The devices have been causing friction since they started appearing in the […]

  • The theater man!  Captures playwright Fergal O’Byrne

    The theater man! Captures playwright Fergal O’Byrne

    By Bartholomew Scale With over 2,000 Irish living in Denmark, CPH POST is always spoiled for choice looking for heavyweight interviews for its annual St Patrick’s Day supplement. In 2020, ahead of what turned out to be a canceled day out, we caught up with Irish Ambassador Adrian McDaid, Copenhagen Celtic founder Aidan Coogan and […]

  • The technical side of success in education: the story of the Nordic learning platform

    The technical side of success in education: the story of the Nordic learning platform

    He worked with Masnad, who became the company’s chief technology officer Nordic learning platform entered its most productive phase and the product was launched in the fall of 2021. Below, Masnad talks about the specifics of educational development, his approach to code evaluation, and the importance of code quality to business. Why education needs change […]

  • The University of Oulu announces a 6G partnership with Jion

    The University of Oulu announces a 6G partnership with Jion

    efficient manufacturing, new personal smart device environments and experiences such as city computers and autonomous traffic settings. “The University of Oulu and Jio Estonia OU announced a collaboration. The collaboration will help create a solid foundation for exploring 6G and other opportunities in the world,” the University of Oulu said in a press release. According […]

  • The study finds out how value decisions are encoded in the brain

    The study finds out how value decisions are encoded in the brain

    They found that an area in the brain known as the retrosplenial cortex (RSC) is a site we use for value choices, such as which restaurant we choose to visit for dinner tonight. We will then update the RSC with fresh information based on new impressions of how much we enjoy the evening’s soup and […]

  • Artificially intelligent, inherently racist

    Artificially intelligent, inherently racist

    The talk of artificial intelligence tends to fall into two camps: that of an interconnectedness that streamlines all aspects of human life – or a dystopian technological singularity of the HAL 9000 type, where “Sorry, Dave. I’m afraid of that. that I can not, ”is the last thing we hear before the machines take over […]

  • India Symposium 2021 strengthens ties between India and Europe in Fintech and AI

    India Symposium 2021 strengthens ties between India and Europe in Fintech and AI

    Gurugram (Haryana) [India], December 27 (ANI / Heylin Spark): Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), Netherlands Chapter organized the 9th edition of “India Symposium 2021” on December 9, 2021 conceptualized by Dr Vikas Chaturvedi, Chair, ICAI Netherlands ChapterIndia Dutch Financial Corridor (IDFC) and CEO, Valuecent Group together with Prachee Van Brandenburg, Vice President, India […]

  • Finland is leading the way in the EU’s digital future

    Finland is leading the way in the EU’s digital future

    What we do now will determine what kind of future we have, and even whether we have a future at all. Unless we are able to release our collective energy once and for all, I am afraid we will be doomed. That is why the recent talent summit in Helsinki was so topical and important. […]

  • Foreign companies are stepping up research and development

    Foreign companies are stepping up research and development

    Foreign companies are an essential factor in achieving Finland’s goals, as they accounted for almost a third of companies’ RDI investments in 2020. The Finnish government has set a national target of raising RDI investment to 4% of GDP, but this cannot be achieved without a significant increase in investment by companies and the public […]

  • Monitoring superhero behavior can lead to healthy aging: Investigate

    Monitoring superhero behavior can lead to healthy aging: Investigate

    To this end, Australian researchers reviewed 24 Marvel films released in 2008 (Iron Man) and 2021 (Black Widow) and closed in 2020 and 2021 during centralized research periods. They assumed that (with the exception of Thoria, who has lived for several millennia) superheroes age and that their individual paths of aging are customizable in the […]

  • Digital education for a more inclusive future

    Digital education for a more inclusive future

    As part of its annual EMINENT conference, European Schoolnet brought together education ministers, representatives of the European Parliament and the European Commission, as well as high-level experts from several EU countries to discuss why and how inclusion and digital education should be at the heart of Europe. future policy reforms. Schooling outside COVID-19 The pandemic […]

  • Science Round-Up: Aboriginal medicinal plant reverses chemotherapy resistance

    Science Round-Up: Aboriginal medicinal plant reverses chemotherapy resistance

    Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have discovered a special flavonoid in an Australian plant used in traditional Aboriginal medicine, appears to reverse chemotherapy resistance. Professor Dan Stærk is leading the project, which is investigating the flavonoid’s interaction with ‘SN-38’ – the active substance in the drug irinotecan, which is used to treat an aggressive […]

  • UNESCO member states adopt first global agreement on ethics in artificial intelligence

    UNESCO member states adopt first global agreement on ethics in artificial intelligence

    The agreement was approved by UNESCO member states at their general conference on Tuesday. “Artificial intelligence has the potential to benefit societies and economies in many ways, but it also involves risks and challenges,” UNESCO said in a press release. The Recommendation on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence defines common values ​​and principles that will […]

  • The employment situation is improving, but the disparity in Finland continues

    The employment situation is improving, but the disparity in Finland continues

    “The number of people in employment exceeded its pre-pandemic peak in October,” tweeted Timo Hirvonen, Chief Economist of Handelsbanken. STT on Tuesday highlighted that employment growth has been boosted by an increase in the number of part-time and fixed-term workers, compared with 57,000 in October, compared with the same period last year. The number of […]

  • U of C researchers find that new homes in Canada have 467% higher radon gas levels than in Sweden

    U of C researchers find that new homes in Canada have 467% higher radon gas levels than in Sweden

    CALGARY – A team of researchers at the University of Calgary says that new homes built in Canada have drastically higher radon gas levels than those built in Sweden. The team, consisting of architects and cancer researchers, used artificial intelligence to analyze long-term radon tests and buildings from more than 25,000 Canadian and 38,000 Swedish […]

  • Minister Harakka will visit the United States

    Minister Harakka will visit the United States

    The key themes of the visit will focus on high technology such as maritime automation, smart ports, the use of artificial intelligence, 5G and 6G collaboration, and green transition.During his visit, Minister Harakka will meet with representatives of the President Bidenadministration and the Washington state administration. The program includes visits to companies and seminars, as […]

  • Facebook plans to shut down its facial recognition system

    Facebook plans to shut down its facial recognition system

    Jerome Pesenti, The artificial intelligence director of Facebook’s newly named parent company, Meta, said in a blog post: “We will close Facebook’s facial recognition system as part of a company-wide measure to restrict the use of facial recognition in our products. “ Facebook introduced Face Recognition in 2010. Pesenti said the new technology brings with […]

  • Unmanned grocery stores take over Sweden’s countryside – TheMayor.EU

    Unmanned grocery stores take over Sweden’s countryside – TheMayor.EU

    Unmanned grocery stores take over Sweden’s countryside You will not see any cashiers or staff in these stores The demographic decline in rural Europe is creating its own kind of impact that is affecting the lives of people living there. Population density is directly correlated with the availability of services. Many smaller grocery stores in […]

  • Use smart cities to protect democracy

    Use smart cities to protect democracy

    The connection between smart cities can be used as a tool against neoliberalism, bringing people together and reviving the spirit of democracy, writes Paul Budde. In recent years, I have written various articles about smart cities and I have reported on several of them during my international smart city expedition 2018. For the next three […]

  • ABB implements “robots make robots” in Shanghai

    SHANGHAI, October 16 (Xinhua) – Swiss technology giant ABB will realize “robots make robots” in Shanghai, the company announced at the 2021 International Business Leaders’ Advisory Council to the mayor of Shanghai held on Friday. According to Peter Voser, Chairman of ABB, ABB’s new robot factory in Shanghai with a total investment of $ 150 […]

  • Climate change, green transition focus for India-Sweden innovation day

    New Delhi (Delhi) [India], 15 October (ANI): India and Sweden would observe the eighth innovation day on 26 October to discuss various aspects of climate change and possible solutions for a green transition. The online event with the theme “Accelerating India-Sweden’s Green Transition” is hosted by India Unlimited in collaboration with the Indian Embassy in […]