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Artificial intelligence helps predict volcanic eruptions
Satellites are providing torrents of data about the world’s active volcanoes, but researchers have struggled to turn them into a global prediction of volcanic risks.
That may soon change with newly developed algorithms that can automatically tease from that data signals of volcanic risk, raising the prospect that within a couple years scientists could develop a global volcano warning system.
The Sentinel 1 satellites use a technique called radar interferometry, which compares radar signals sent to and reflected from Earth to track changes in the planet’s surface.
The method isn’t new, but, uniquely, the Sentinel 1 satellites revisit each spot on the planet once every 6 days, and the Sentinel team releases those high-resolution observations rapidly.
But unlike thermal hot spots or ash plumes, which can be automatically detected with weather satellites, land shifts can help predict eruptions, not simply indicate their occurrence.
To do that, Hooper’s team settled on a technique called independent component analysis, which learns to break apart a signal into different pieces: such as stratified atmosphere or short-term turbulence, along with ground shifts in a volcano’s caldera or flank.
Meanwhile, another COMET team led by Juliet Biggs, a volcanologist at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom, has built a second algorithm using a increasingly popular form of artificial intelligence called convolutional neural networks, which use layers of biologically inspired “neurons” to break apart features of images into ever-more-abstract pools, learning how to tell, for example, cats from dogs.
It’s stable.” Although some continued technical hiccups on COMET’s volcano database have prevented the teams from running their algorithms close to real time on all volcanoes, Hooper has run their technique on select spots, including the volcanic peaks known as Sierra Negra and Wolf on the Galápagos Islands.
Delivering on its strategy on artificial intelligence adopted in April 2018 today the Commission presented a coordinated plan prepared with Member States to foster the development and use of artificial intelligence in Europe.
This plan proposes joint actions for closer and more efficient cooperation between Member States, Norway, Switzerland and the Commission in four key areas: increasing investment, making more data available, fostering talent and ensuring trust.
In line with the artificial intelligence strategy presented in April, the plan foresees increased coordination of investments, leading to higher synergies and at least €20 billion of public and private investments in research and innovation in artificial intelligence from now until the end of 2020 and more than €20 billion per year from public and private investments over the following decade.
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Get Ready. 2019 Predictions About Artificial Intelligence That Will Make Your Head Spin
While the hip, ubiquitous business buzzwords are cryptocurrency and blockchain, the truly formidable factor of what is being called the fourth industrial revolution is Artificial Intelligence.
We’re going to see harmonization around a set of critical projects creating a comprehensive open source stack for AI, machine learning and deep learning.'
'We expect new efforts to emerge with the goal of curating and creating more open source data,' Haddad says that this development will then open discussions for critical questions related to privacy.
From attacks on data integrity that essentially kill computers to the point of mandatory hardware replacements, to leveraging new technology for physical assaults such as the recent drone attack in Venezuela, attack surfaces are growing and enemies will take advantage.'
'As the endless number of cyber attacks grows, thanks to the deepening implementation of Artificial Intelligence, the security industry will come under assault from its customers for perpetuating a growing burden of cost that's simply not productive to the mission of the organization.'
Without a doubt, China has made massive strides on the AI front and certain thought-leaders there has a different view from those here on U.S. soil when it comes to 2019 and this emerging tech arena.
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