How artificial intelligence could design your next car

  • Artificial intelligence is set to take a key role in the design and engineering of new cars, dreaming up lighter, stronger and more complex structures than humans can envision.
  • Hack Rod, a team of designers, engineers, geeks, Hollywood insiders and stunt drivers is working on a way to harness the power of artificial intelligence in tandem with powerful design software produced by Autodesk.
  • Mike Geyer, Autodesk’s director of evangelism and emerging technology, says the generative design software uses cloud computing systems to create the best geometric shapes for any given project.
  • The next Hack Rod will more closely follow the computer’s ideal design by using 3D printing to realise Dreamcatcher’s vision for a lightweight sports car chassis.
  • Geyer says the team will then cloak it in carbon-fibre bodywork impregnated with electronic sensors that collect complex data surrounding the vehicle’s performance, which will then be fed back into the computer’s design process.

Meet the sports car imagined by computers.
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How artificial intelligence could design your next car

How #ArtificialIntelligence could design your next car #AI #machinelearning #ML #tech

  • Artificial intelligence is set to take a key role in the design and engineering of new cars, dreaming up lighter, stronger and more complex structures than humans can envision.
  • Hack Rod, a team of designers, engineers, geeks, Hollywood insiders and stunt drivers is working on a way to harness the power of artificial intelligence in tandem with powerful design software produced by Autodesk.
  • Mike Geyer, Autodesk’s director of evangelism and emerging technology, says the generative design software uses cloud computing systems to create the best geometric shapes for any given project.
  • The next Hack Rod will more closely follow the computer’s ideal design by using 3D printing to realise Dreamcatcher’s vision for a lightweight sports car chassis.
  • Geyer says the team will then cloak it in carbon-fibre bodywork impregnated with electronic sensors that collect complex data surrounding the vehicle’s performance, which will then be fed back into the computer’s design process.

Meet the sports car imagined by computers.
Continue reading “How artificial intelligence could design your next car”

Retail Tech In Fashion

Retail Tech In #Fashion – Innovate Or Not?

#fashiontech #wearabletech #ai #ar #vr #iot

  • The fashion retail sector to be more precise, as there is a clear distinction between fashion tech and retail tech.
  • Fashion Trends – How Technology Changes Everything
  • The retail tech focuses on how fashion brands can employ innovative technology to augment their retail, such as artificial intelligence and augmented/virtual reality.
  • Fashion World With Intel – From Wearables To Fashion Technology And Artificial Intelligence.
  • Fashion World With Intel – Get Ready For What’s Coming

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@lefashiontech: “Retail Tech In #Fashion – Innovate Or Not?

#fashiontech #wearabletech #ai #ar #vr #iot”


Over the past decade, technology has made it easier for fashion companies to expanded their reach, creating the new retail tech.


Retail Tech In Fashion

Machine learning helps scientists discover new materials

#MachineLearning #DataScience helps scientists discover new materials

  • Researchers published their work in the journal Nature Communications last month .
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  • LOS ALAMOS, N.M., May 9 (UPI) — Traditionally, materials scientists have used a combination of trial-and-error and intuition to discover and perfect new materials with advantageous properties.
  • To speed up the process, researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory attempted to marry machine learning with targeted experiments.
  • “What we’ve done is show that, starting with a relatively small data set of well-controlled experiments, it is possible to iteratively guide subsequent experiments toward finding the material with the desired target,” Turab Lookman, a physicist and materials scientist at Los Alamos, said in a news release .

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Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory attempted to marry machine learning with targeted experiments to discover new materials more efficiently.


Machine learning helps scientists discover new materials