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How is Instagram used by the leading health agencies to engage with the public during the COVID-19 crisis?

2021-06-24T08:09:58+03:00

How is Instagram used by the leading health agencies to engage with the public during the COVID-19 crisis?

Most of the images shared by major health agencies (NHS, CDC, WHO, IFRC) relate to preventive measures, health advisories, gratitude and resilience of front-line workers.

How is Instagram used by the leading health agencies to engage with the public during the COVID-19 crisis?2021-06-24T08:09:58+03:00

Computers can predict our preferences directly from our brain

2021-06-11T15:36:42+03:00

A research team from Helsinki and Copenhagen demonstrates it is possible to predict individual preferences based on how a person’s brain responses match up to others. This could potentially be used to provide individually-tailored media content — and perhaps even to enlighten us about ourselves.

Computers can predict our preferences directly from our brain2021-06-11T15:36:42+03:00

Artificial intelligence – a key to sustainable smart cities and mobility

2021-05-28T15:59:24+03:00

Artificial intelligence – a key to sustainable smart cities and mobility.

Cities and transport are major contributors to CO2 emissions. FCAI’s recent webinar brought industry and academia together to discuss the need for new sustainable solutions, enabled by artificial intelligence.

Artificial intelligence – a key to sustainable smart cities and mobility2021-05-28T15:59:24+03:00

More certainty for deep learning

2021-05-14T16:17:53+03:00

More certainty for deep learning

With the support of Saab, doctoral student Lassi Meronen is developing models for deep learning that can be used, for example, in radars and medical diagnosis..

More certainty for deep learning2021-05-14T16:17:53+03:00

AI learns to type on a phone like humans

2021-05-13T13:49:29+03:00

AI learns to type on a phone like humans

A new computational model precisely replicates the eye and finger movements of touchscreen users.

AI learns to type on a phone like humans2021-05-13T13:49:29+03:00

New al­gorithm re­veals how private pri­vacy-pre­serving com­pu­ta­tions really are

2021-05-06T13:10:00+03:00

The new algorithm is already being taken into use in a dedicated open source library released by Google and to an open source library developed by FCAI researchers. [...]

New al­gorithm re­veals how private pri­vacy-pre­serving com­pu­ta­tions really are2021-05-06T13:10:00+03:00

Edge AI-Assisted Active Queue Management

2021-05-02T15:33:56+03:00

Edge AI-Assisted Active Queue Management

The core functions in the Internet have traditionally been designed to support high throughput. However, an increasing number of Internet services such as Web or Web-based applications and most interactive applications are sensitive to network latency.

Edge AI-Assisted Active Queue Management2021-05-02T15:33:56+03:00

In­sti­tu­teQ brings to­gether top ex­pert­ise in quantum science and tech­no­lo­gies

2021-04-09T12:46:50+03:00

In­sti­tu­teQ brings to­gether top ex­pert­ise in quantum science and tech­no­lo­gies

Helsinki University, Aalto University and VTT establish together InstituteQ, The Finnish Quantum Institute to coordinate quantum science and technologies.

In­sti­tu­teQ brings to­gether top ex­pert­ise in quantum science and tech­no­lo­gies2021-04-09T12:46:50+03:00

The re­si­li­ence of a hos­pital-as­so­ci­ated bac­terium dates back over a cen­tury

2021-03-16T08:54:26+02:00

The re­si­li­ence of a hos­pital-as­so­ci­ated bac­terium dates back over a cen­tury

An extensive international study has discovered features related to the origin and evolution of the Enterococcus faecalis bacterium which have enabled it to survive in spite of advances associated with antibiotics and infection control in hospitals.

The re­si­li­ence of a hos­pital-as­so­ci­ated bac­terium dates back over a cen­tury2021-03-16T08:54:26+02:00

The re­si­li­ence of a hos­pital-as­so­ci­ated bac­terium dates back over a cen­tury

2021-03-11T13:12:36+02:00

By combining old clinical specimens and new technology, it was determined that Enterococcus faecalis, a pathogen well known for hospital-acquired infections, has adapted to hospital conditions already in mid-nineteenth century – long before the first modern hospitals were built. [...]

The re­si­li­ence of a hos­pital-as­so­ci­ated bac­terium dates back over a cen­tury2021-03-11T13:12:36+02:00