Archivo de la categoría: Ciencia y programación

The Top Seven Programming Languages of 2018

Coding Dojo recently released a list of the top seven most in-demand programming languages coders should be aware of over the next year. “New and in-demand programming languages, frameworks, and technologies can emerge, rise to fame, and then fade away … Seguir leyendo

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Distinguishing between humans and computers in the game of go

Researchers at the universities of Toulouse and Paris-Saclay in France found they could differentiate between human and computerized Go players by analyzing the statistical characteristics of thousands of games played by people and algorithms. The researchers built databases of 8,000 … Seguir leyendo

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New Software Speeds Origami Structure Designs

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) have developed MERLIN, a computer-aided approach for streamlining the design process for origami-based structures. The researchers say MERLIN is a breakthrough that makes it easier for engineers and scientists to conceptualize … Seguir leyendo

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A Brain Built From Atomic Switches Can Learn

Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles are constructing a device the California NanoSystems Institute’s Adam Stieg says is “inspired by the brain to generate the properties that enable the brain to do what it does.” The device is … Seguir leyendo

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New Machine-Learning Program Shows Promise for Early Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University say they have developed a new machine-learning program that outperforms other methods in diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms become too severe. The researchers say the program integrates a range of Alzheimer’s disease indicators, including … Seguir leyendo

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Neural Network Poetry Is So Bad We Think It’s Written by Humans

A neural network trained on poetry has attempted to write its own lines that mimic certain forms of verse. Its best efforts can convince people they are reading the words of a human poet. The poetic bot was developed by … Seguir leyendo

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Russian Students Dominate at the Computer Programming Olympics

Russian and Chinese student teams won most of the top spots in the 41st annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) World Finals in May, and their lower-ranked U.S. counterparts attribute this disparity mainly to the fact the winners start … Seguir leyendo

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