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Robotics and artificial intelligence
University of Plymouth's Centre for Health Technology theme: Robotics and artificial intelligence
Study explores the use of robots and artificial intelligence to understand the deep-sea
New research led by the University of Plymouth has shown artificial intelligence (AI) could help scientists shed new light on the variety of species living on the ocean floor.
Interactive game assesses children's emotional development
Plymouth University news: An interactive game which could enhance emotional awareness and regulation among those with high functioning autism or Asperger’s Syndrome and ADHD has been developed by scientists from Plymouth University
Researchers use artificial intelligence to predict probability of life on other planets
A project led by PhD student Christopher Bishop and Professor in Artificial Intelligence and Cognition Angelo Cangelosi, from the University of Plymouth, is using artificial neural networks to predict the probability of life on other planets
Students selected for US summit with slum crisis solution
A team of engineering students from the University of Plymouth will be travelling to the Global Grand Challenges Summit in Washington D.C after impressing judges with their vision of how to eradicate the global slum crisis by 2030
Within touching distance? Creating machines that appear to think
Professor Angelo Cangelosi discusses how machines could soon appear to think for themselves.