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represent one of the big challenges for artificial intelligence (AI) deployment. These hardware systems present
The use of robotics in agriculture appears as a lever capable of supporting the necessary reduction of the environmental impact of human activities, while maintaining production levels compatible with
approaches in Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) going from mathematical foundations to
The evolution of extended phenotypes and associated signals in animals : weaverbirds’ nests and sexual selection as a case study – EXTENDEDPHENOTYPE
Extended phenotypes are traits produced outside the body of the individual which carries the genes coding for their expression. While the evolution of many extended phenotypes may have initially been favoured by their protective function, many appear also to serve as sexual signals. We propose to work on one of the most spectacular and diverse radiations of extended phenotypes, the intricate and complex nest architectures of weaverbirds (117 species).
human factors in the production of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. We look at “micro-workers”—online
Structure and molecular function of the pseudopilus in type 2 protein secretion pathway – SYNERGY_T2SS
Synergy_T2SS aims to decipher the structure and function or the pseudopilus - the dynamic motor of type II secretion system, and that in three model bacteria.The current models of the secretion mechanism - «piston« and «archimedes' screw« predict different pseudopilus dynamics and interactions with the secreted substrates. We aim to test these prediction using integrative approaches, and to propose a unified and experimentally validated model of type II secretion mechanism.
The key factor for the recent boom in AI is the emergence of deep learning (DL). The successes of these methods - in particular, for supervised learning- are amazing. But the limits and some of the do
A new generation of robots inspired by the swimming of aquatic snakes has recently emerged in academic contexts. Thanks to their exceptional manoeuvrability, they could intervene urgently in complex situations. However, despite this potential, their surface stability is too precarious. The SSSNAEQ project aims to remove the scientific barriers to surface instability by taking inspiration from snakes,
measurement of the part behavior and defining an intelligent adaptation of the clamping and the positioning [...] contributes to the implementation of so-called intelligent machining adapted to the behavior of the part [...] rebalancing of the residual stresses by means of an intelligent machining clamping system: A literature review
Our goal is to automate disturbance microscopy experiments for non-expert microscopy users and HCS applications.