Based on the field of Computing and Intelligent Systems, what are the golden future in the next 5-10 years
5 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Jackson Leach
Scoop.it!

Students' Nanocopters Take to the Air Above the Green | Dartmouth ...

Students' Nanocopters Take to the Air Above the Green | Dartmouth ... | Based on the field of Computing and Intelligent Systems, what are the golden future in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it
Strange little machines were seen flying above the Green on March 6. The airborne contraptions were in fact Andrew Campbell's “nanocopters,” the culminating project in his “Computer Science 50 Software Design and ...
Jackson Leach's insight:

A small intro to what we are currently able to do with control systems and fuzzy logic to allow a more user friendly interaction with the mini choppers, via control by hand signals via then writing code to control it. Allowing the program to decide what is the best for it within the bounds of the program.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Jackson Leach
Scoop.it!

Computer Scientists & Multidisciplinary Team Receive Grant to Build Faster ... - Newswise (press release)

Computer Scientists & Multidisciplinary Team Receive Grant to Build Faster ... - Newswise (press release) | Based on the field of Computing and Intelligent Systems, what are the golden future in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it
Computer Scientists & Multidisciplinary Team Receive Grant to Build Faster ...
Jackson Leach's insight:

The use of super computers to filter and sort the large amount of the data which we know find our self in. This article is about the grant which would all the research of a method of increasing the software of today that handle data and information handling to fully use the hardware which is leaping ahead of the software which lags behind.

 

Data handling is what this is all about, the increase with the cheap generation of data and the handling, storing and interaction. 

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Jackson Leach
Scoop.it!

Let's Program A Swarm Intelligence 7: Satisfying My OCDScott ...

You're Calling THAT Good Code!? Last time we wrote a bunch of functions for randomly generating particle swarms. But it was very messy and verbose and filled with way too many calls to slot-value. Now this isn't a huge ...
Jackson Leach's insight:

This is explaining the basic code to make a swam intelligence, it offers no real incite into what the swarm actually does or how it works to solve problems like data visualization and  particle optimization algorithms.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Jackson Leach
Scoop.it!

$1.4 million DARPA grant to IU Informatics professor for streamlining programming - Sigma Triton Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa

$1.4 million DARPA grant to IU Informatics professor for streamlining programming - Sigma Triton Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa | Based on the field of Computing and Intelligent Systems, what are the golden future in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it
$1.4 million DARPA grant to IU Informatics professor for streamlining programming Sigma Triton Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa “Building probabilistic systems today is error-prone and requires painstaking manual effort,” said Shan, who came to IU in...
Jackson Leach's insight:

This news article is showing that the US government is seeing that the current systems of probabilistic algorithms are chunky and require more start up information than what some may class as required. But with this infusion of money allowing the greater research into more information efficient an provides a greater rate of correct implication from the smaller amount of information.

      The possibilities from this research is those in the fields of  computer intelligence, natural language processing, predictive analytics and cybersecurity. All of which are the pillars of which the future of Computing intelligence.

 

more...
No comment yet.