Intelligent Speed Adaption
Intelligent Speed Adaption or ISA, is a method of traffic management based off of geolocation and artificial intelligence. Each vehicle involved in such a system possesses a GPS unit, and a satellite navigation system. The road map on the navigation system contains data as to the speed limits on those roads, and the AI automatically slows the car if it registers as being on that road, but not obeying the limit.
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The raw speed communication is possible at on the internet is a linchpin of VR for social use. As the immersion level deepens, and more and more bodily senses are incorporated into the simulation, the demand for high speed data transfer escalates. This report looks at some of the recent attempts to squeeze faster and faster data transference from the internet infrastructure.
There is a fundamental physical barrier in the continuing improvement in computer speed. Silicon, the semiconductor material computer chips are made from, has a finite limit, a finite speed at which it can transmit electrical signals. This maxes out at around 100Ghz, at absolute best. Is there any way around it? Surprisingly, yes.
Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 9th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is a thousand page tome containing 63 full papers.
Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 8th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is an eight hundred page tome containing 67 full papers.
Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 7th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is a nine hundred page tome containing 73 full papers.
Essentially a collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type, Proceedings of the 6th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is a thousand page tome containing 93 full papers on the development of AI systems, narrative, motivation and emotional control for educational purposes, from 2002.
A gamasutra article on using "intelligent mistakes" to improve the the believability of AI opponents in gameworlds.
In May 2009, the Ishikawa Komuro Lab in Japan, demonstrated the capabilities that robotic manipulation of objects had reached. They had created a three-finger robot arm, with tactile sensors on its fingers, with each finger capable of independent 180 x 180 x 360 motion. All three were connected to a high-speed machine vision camera.
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A collection of peer reviewed academic works, like all books of this type. Proceedings of the 8th annual conference on Intelligent Tutoring systems is an seven hundred page tome containing 61 full papers.
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Intelligent rooms are coming. Using machine vision to track movement and recognise gestures, whilst spoken commands are processed through voice recognition, these environments of the near future will basically manage your life with you.
September 14th - 16th, 2009
Intelligent virtual agents (IVAs) are interactive characters that exhibit human-like qualities and communicate with humans or with each other using natural human moda...
A unique research car which monitors our concentration, stress levels and driving habits while we're sat behind the steering wheel is being used to develop new technologies to support older drivers.
The Intelligent Transport...
IBM and Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) have agreed to collaborate on research and development of intelligent transportation projects in Texas and beyond.
The agreement will bring together research scientists and enginee...
22 - 24 July 2008
The IADIS Intelligent Systems and Agents conference addresses in detail two main
aspects: intelligent systems and agents. The conference has the intention to provide a