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Researchers are putting fish into augmented reality tanks

By | Augmented Reality, Gadgets, neuroscience, perception, real-time, TC

Researchers at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, while testing the “station keeping” functions of the glass knifefish, have created an augmented reality system that tricks the animal’s electric sensing organs in real time. The fish keeps itself hidden by moving inside of its various holes/homes and the researchers wanted to understand what kind of […]

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How machine learning systems sometimes surprise us

By | cognitive science, energy, Gadgets, learning, machine learning, neuroscience, simulation, spreadsheet, TC

This simple spreadsheet of machine learning foibles may not look like much but it’s a fascinating exploration of how machines “think.” The list, compiled by researcher Victoria Krakovna, describes various situations in which robots followed the spirit and the letter of the law at the same time. For example, in the video below a machine […]

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