Cultural activity within the framework of the virtual conference cycle “After Covid-19, what?” organized by La Madraza. Centre of Contemporary Culture. University of Granada.
The Andalusian Research Institute on Data Science and Artificial Intelligence of the University of Granada (UGR) and the Radiodiagnostic Service of the San Cecilio Clinical University Hospital have developed an automatic system that allows the detection of Covid-19 through patients’ chest X-rays.
Researchers from the Institute in collaboration with researchers from Almeria have developed a tool that allows us to locate and count whales. Canal UGR (In Spanish)
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University of Granada (UGR) researchers have designed a computer algorithm that automatically recognises guns on video in real-time, as Jim Drury reports. Go to video
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