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Found 36 articles for October 2018.
 
PolyU’s researchers develop AI-powered system to automate quality control process in textile industry
18-October-2018

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) recently developed an intelligent fabric defect detection system, called “WiseEye”, which leverages advanced technologies including Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning in the process of quality control (QC) in textile industry.

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Contact: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Institution: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Category: Technology
 
Stimulating deeper insights into brain function
22-October-2018

Modeling changes in brain activity over time provides deeper insights into learning and behavioral responses.

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Contact: Carmen Cecile Denman Institution: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Category: Medicine
 
Asian elephants could be the maths kings of the jungle
22-October-2018

Experimental evidence shows that Asian elephants possess numerical skills similar to those in humans.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA Category: Science
 
Evolution: Genetics doesn’t matter much in forming society
3-October-2018

Genetics isn’t as important as once thought for the evolution of altruistic social behavior in some organisms, a new insight into a decade-long debate.

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Contact: Tyler Tannert Institution: Hokkaido University Category: Culture
 
Couples showing off: Songbirds are more passionate in front of an audience
3-October-2018

Both sexes of a songbird called the blue-capped cordon-bleu intensify courtship performances that involve singing and dancing in the presence of an audience, especially if it is a member of the opposite sex, an international team of researchers has discovered. [Joint press release by Hokkaido University and Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.]

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Contact: Tyler Tannert Institution: Hokkaido University Category: Science
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