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  • Developed by MIT researchers, BrightMarkers are invisible fluorescent tags embedded in physical objects to enhance motion tracking, virtual reality, and object detection. Stop me if you’ve seen this before: a black and white pixelated square in lieu of a physical menu at a restaurant. QR codes are seemingly ubiquitous in …

  • The new device developed by MIT, which can be incorporated into a bra, could allow more frequent monitoring of patients at high risk for breast cancer. When breast cancer is diagnosed in the earliest stages, the survival rate is nearly 100 percent. However, for tumors detected in later stages, that …

  • AI and Frictionless Fever. Human Tech?

    by paradoxig

    We live in a world where technology is evolving and changing us at an incredible speed, information overload is everywhere, while our capacities stay the same. This clash might lead us to a problem, and two panels from SXSW 2022, highlighted some of these aspects. So, should we put back …

  • Perpetuum mobile of the past and the future seems to form the present in which the thought of thoughts is formed. Hidden meanings in the past that are often keys that unlooked the doors of the future.And a lot questions take us through worlds from which we want to imagine …

  • Faces of AI: Visual AlgoRithms

    by paradoxig

    Once upon a time, in ancient times, Creativity was an attribute of the Divinity, and humans often made Arts to celebrate the Divinity.Then, when human’s reasoning and Skills were Acknowledged, during the Age of Enlightenment, Creativity became an attribute of Individuals. And once with Romanticism, the idea of Genius was …

  • The many Faces of AI. AlgoRithms

    by paradoxig

    Have you ever felt fascinated why something happened in the way that it happened?Why do we always sit in the same chair or close or open the door?Why do we use color for painting and notes for music?Why do you need to open the computer and Google to find a …

  • Thinkable Thoughts about the Future of AI

    by paradoxig

    At the beginning of April, TechvangArt announced with enthusiasm the third series of MIT CAST symposia that bring together artists, scientists, engineers, and humanists from a variety of disciplines to address topics of common concern in areas of rapidly evolving research and urgent social relevance.It was enchanting to see so …

  • Unfolding Intelligence Symposium

    by paradoxig

    The four panels address the following questions: How do recent tools in computation shape the models that scientists, artists, and engineers make of the world and universe?Can artists and scientists create a world in which Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) and artificial intelligence (AI) are meaningfully brought together?Can AI and software …

  • Unfolding Intelligence

    by paradoxig

    “Unfolding Intelligence: The Art and Science of Contemporary Computation” is third in a series of MIT CAST symposia that bring together artists, scientists, engineers, and humanists from a variety of disciplines to address topics of common concern in areas of rapidly evolving research and urgent social relevance. This virtual gathering …