The UGR and the CGPJ present in Granada a book on Law and Artificial Intelligence Noticia

#News #InMedia The work that has been prefaced by the Secretary of State for Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence, Carme Artigas. The text collects the different editions of the course on Law and Artificial Intelligence in which participate, among others, the director of the Institute Francisco Herrera and the researchers Óscar Cordón and María José del […]

Towards artificial intelligence… and environmental intelligence Noticia

#News #InMedia In a joint interview with EFE, Rosana Montes and Siham Tabik, full professors in the departments of Languages and Computer Systems, and Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Granada, respectively, give good proof that AI and sustainability already go hand in hand. In a world increasingly concerned about the consequences […]

Episode 26: Open Software Noticia

#podcast #T3E5 28 november, 2022 The digital revolution has brought the right to freedom of expression to the masses, turning every digital user into a potential writer, photographer or filmmaker. It is therefore important to emphasize the role of individuals in the creation and distribution of digital content and their relationship with the Internet, while […]

Mayor of Granada visits DaSCI facilities Noticia

#In press #Nov24 During his visit to the DaSCI Institute facilities in the Health Technology Park, the mayor was able to see the use of the 3D scanner of our forensic laboratory. Professor Sergio Damas, gave a demonstration and explained the uses and applications of this line of research, one of the 33 lines in […]

Episode 25: AI-griculture Noticia

#podcast #T3E4 15 november, 2022 The agricultural sector is undergoing a transformation driven by new technologies. Precision agriculture, which consists of applying inputs (what is needed) when and where it is needed, has become the third wave of the revolution in modern agriculture driven by the use of Dig Data and Artificial Intelligence tools. In […]

Spanish seeks its place in the challenge of humanizing technology Noticia

#News #InMedia UGR Researchers Eugenio Martínez and Zoraida Callejas are interviewed by the EFE news agency and introduce us to natural language processing and its need to humanize technology. Natural language processing is the set of computational and informatics techniques that enable machines to understand and generate human language, whether spoken or written, in any […]

Interview to our researcher Natalia Díaz in the newspaper EL Mundo: “So are the young Spanish ‘brains’ that have not escaped” Noticia

#News #InMedia NATALIA DÍAZ: AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE THAT WE CAN UNDERSTAND Artificial intelligence will be increasingly present in our lives thanks to recent advances in machine learning techniques, which allow machines to confront immense data sets and find patterns that a human would be unable to see. The problem is that these kinds of algorithms […]

Episode 24: Cinema and AI Noticia

#podcast #T3E3 2 november, 2022 In the movie Artificial Intelligence by Steven Spielberg, it is said that “creating an artificial man has always been the dream of science”. This is reflected in countless movies related to Artificial Intelligence where, usually, a humanoid robot that has to make intelligent and sometimes ethically conflicting decisions is physically […]

Episode 23: Automatic translation Noticia

#podcast #T3E2 18 october, 2022 Will machine translation make us lose interest in learning new languages? Are machine translators really the end of professional translators? As always, technology has its pros and cons. In this episode we will talk about the techniques historically used to perform machine translations and we will catch up with Dr. […]

Episode 22: Neural networks… of impulses Noticia

#podcast #T3E1 4th october 2022 Artificial neural networks never cease to amaze us with their many applications. But… Did you know that they are not biologically realistic? There are other types of artificial neural networks, based on impulses, which make up the third generation of artificial neural networks. In this episode Dr. Angel Garcia Vico […]

2022 European Researchers’ Night Noticia

#Scientific Activities, September 2022 The European Researchers’ Night is a Europe-wide public event, which displays the diversity of science and its impact on citizens’ daily lives in fun, inspiring ways. This year, the event will take place in 25 countries on Friday 30 September 2022. DaSCI participates in it from each of our offices in […]

Will the next Cervantes be an AI? Noticia

By Rosana Montes, Natalia Díaz-Rodríguez, Carlos Peláez Gonzalez y Carlos Núñez Molina Large Language Models are capable of performing various language-related tasks, such as completing sentences, translating from one language to another, summarizing texts and even writing original texts on their own. When these models are given an initial text as seed, they are able […]

Will we soon see self-driving cars? Noticia

By Rosana Montes, Nacho Aguilera AI is powered by data such as a car’s sensors and cameras, commonly referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT). Ensuring the safety of occupants and pedestrians raises ethical questions about their actual operation on the road. The autonomous car is the quintessential example when it comes to AI […]

Episode 21: AI infrastructures Noticia

#podcast #T2E13 The artificial intelligence revolution would not have been possible without the adaptation of libraries for computation on graphics cards, also known as GPUs. GPUs made it possible to reduce training time by several orders of magnitude, allowing much more complex and accurate models to be created. Today’s AI requires many of these and […]

Episode 20: Genetic Programming Noticia

#podcast #T2E12 Programming… Recombining… Did you know that you can make programs that program? In this episode we talk about Genetic Programming, a special type of bio-inspired algorithm capable of evolving trees, a special type of graph where there is only one way to go from one vertex to another. Our guest, José María Luna […]

Episode 19: Graphs Noticia

#podcast #T2E11 There are concepts, people, data that are connected and interact with each other, in a network that explains much of the world around us. And in mathematics – and in computer science – all these interactions can be modeled as a graph. A graph is a structure that combines two types of objects: […]

DaSCI Institute participates in the first seminar on predictive fleet sustainment with Artificial Intelligence between the Spain’s Navy and the University of Granada Noticia

Last Thursday, March 10th, a seminar on “Predictive Fleet Sustainment with Artificial Intelligence” was held in the main hall of the “Espacio V Centenario” of the University of Granada. This first meeting is part of the activities to be held under the agreement signed between the Spain’s Navy and the University of Granada in May […]

Episode 18: Genetic Algorithms Noticia

#podcast #T2E10 Dear biologists, we have plagiarized you!! First it was Charles Darwin in his famous book “The Origin of Species“, where he talks about genetics (the science that studies how certain traits and characteristics are transmitted from parents to offspring), natural selection and survival of the fittest. Then it was John Holland, years later, […]