It has only been a little over two and a half years since the AIR Institute released the very first version of the Deep Intelligence tool. Today, this powerful platform enables projects like the Monsagro Museum’s guide robot.
The Office of Science and Technology conveys the need for research in AI, health and cybersecurity to members of Congress
Research in technology is increasingly becoming one of the pillars for the development of any country. For this reason, the Spanish Congress of Deputies together with the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) created the Science and Technology Office (Office C) a year ago, an initiative that seeks to update the scientific and technological information that is passed on to parliamentarians.
SMARTSEA: project closure and graduation of the students from the first ever MSc on Smart Maritime & Surveying Systems
A few weeks ago students of the Msc on Smart Maritime & Surveying Systems from the SMARTSEA project completed an important stage in their professional development at the graduation of the first ever master’s degree in the smart maritime sector.
The 15th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Technology (ICBBT 2023) will be held on 26-28 May 2023 in Xi’an, China. Juan Manuel Corchado Rodríguez, director of the BISITE Research Group and president of the AIR Institute will participate as Keynote speaker to present interesting data on bioinformatics and projects in this field, such as DeepNGS, a solution that automates the workflow of genetic analysis and can help in diagnostic procedures.
The kickoff meeting of the Intelligent Digital Renewable Energy Communities (idrECO) project took place this week. Juan Manuel Cochado and Javier Prieto from the BISITE Research Group met together with other consortium partners to discuss the first steps towards the achievement of the proposed objectives.
Researchers from the IoTalentum project held the network meeting (NM4), organised at Aalborg University, Copenhagen. The purpose of the meeting was to assess the progress of the project and determine whether the proposed objectives are being met.
The concept of 3D printing first emerged in 1976 with the development of additive manufacturing materials for prototyping purposes. From then on, unbelievable progress has been made in this field.