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Calif. Institute to Use AT&T's 5G, Edge Computing in 'Smart Facility'

Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine of USC ('Ellison Institute') will open a new 'smart' facility that incorporates advanced wireless technologies that will be used to further stimulate a multidisciplinary research ecosystem and could eventually revolutionize the communication between researchers and patients.

The new building will use 5G, multi-access edge computing (MEC), artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technology solutions from AT&T to power its state-of-the-art, smart facility for cancer research, treatment and wellness education.

Integrating cutting-edge technologies with the building will help reimagine the connectivity within healthcare and enhance the patient experience within the clinic while eventually providing an anticipatory, high-touch service.

The Ellison Institute's collaborative think tank facilitates a change in the approach to cancer research, prevention and wellness by bringing together world-class medical researchers and leading experts in physics, engineering and mathematics.

By developing one of the most technologically advanced cancer research facilities, the team will amass data intelligence that will help to delineate the success of these collaborative interactions within the building.

AT&T's collaborative approach to identifying our needs and integrating transformational technologies will enable this multi-level synergistic ecosystem within the building and provide a blueprint available to virtually any institution looking to transform how they share information.'

Personal driving diary: Automated recognition of driving events from first-person videos

The proposed system recognizes important interactions between the driving vehicle and the other actors in videos (e.g., accident, overtaking, etc.), and labels them together with its contextual knowledge on the vehicle (e.g., mean velocity) to construct an event log.

A decision tree based activity recognizer is designed, detecting driving events of vehicles and pedestrians from the first-person view videos by analyzing their trajectories and spatio-temporal relationships.

Big Data, Machine Learning/AI, and Digital Money: How are they Changing Everything?

Will the central banks lose control of money to private digital money, or will they create and control digital money?

Join the Global Interdependence Center on February 3, 2020 in La Jolla, California as industry and central bank expert panels answer these questions andRaphael Bostic, the President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, gives the keynote speech.GIC is delighted to once again work with the University of California, San Diego Rady School of Management to bring our programming to the West Coast.

DL SEMINAR TALK on Dec 10th - IEEE HAWAII COMMUNICATIONS CHAPTER UHM IEEE STUDENT BRANCH : vTools Events

Digitalize human beings using biosensors to track our complex physiologic system, process the large amount of data generated with artificial intelligence (AI) and change clinical practice towards individualized medicine: these are the goals of digital medicine.

At Scripps, we are a team of computer scientists, engineers, and clinical researchers, in partnership with health industries, and we propose new solutions to analyze large longitudinal data using statistical learning and deep convolutional neural networks to address different cardiovascular health issues.

We conduct a thoughtful analysis of recent convolutional neural network architectures developed in the computer vision field, redesigned to be suitable for a one-dimensional signal, and we evaluate their performance in the detection of AF using 200 thousand seconds of ECG, highlighting the potential and pitfall of this technology.

Benjamin Bratton. Design, Philosophy and A.I. 2016

Benjamin H. Bratton, is an American theorist, sociologist and professor of visual arts, contemporary social and political theory, philosophy, ..

Gallery @ Calit2 - COLLABORATIONS WITH MY OTHER SELF, Harold Cohen

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Robotics & Autonomous Systems Mission 2014 - Qualcomm Institute Webcast

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Larry Smarr at the Singularity University

Larry Smarr, director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, interviewed by David Orban at the Singularity University.

Benjamin Bratton. Remarks on the Hole of Representation in Computer 'Vision'. 2017

Benjamin H. Bratton, is an American theorist, sociologist and professor of visual arts, contemporary social and political theory, philosophy, ..

15th Annual Shannon Memorial Lecture - Prof. David Tse

15th Annual Shannon Memorial Lecture November 17, 2017 Atkinson Hall, UC San Diego Stanford professor David Tse, recipient of the 2017 Claude E.

Harnessing Big Data to Battle Wildfires

In our ongoing seasons of unforgiving wildfires, notably in California, SDSC's Chief Data Science Officer Ilkay Altintas explains how an NSF-funded project ...

Shaping a 21st Century Workforce – Is AI Friend or Foe?

Visit: 0:30 - Introduction by Rui de Figueiredo 5:04 - Main Talk - Jennifer Granholm 51:18 - Audience Questions Jennifer Granholm, former ..

Gallery@Calit2 SYNTHESIS: PROCESSING AND COLLABORATION Documentary

SYNTHESIS: PROCESSING AND COLLABORATION With Dan Sandin and Tom DeFanti January 14-March 11, 2011 Virtual Reality Demos, 6pm StarCAVE ...

Einstein Robot - UCSD Machine Perception Laboratory

Scientists at UC San Diego's California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) have equipped a robot modeled after the famed ...