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Machine learning model may perfect 3-D nanoprinting

Machine learning model may perfect 3-D nanoprinting
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and collaborators are using machine learning to address two key barriers to industrialization of two-photon lithography (TPL): monitoring of part quality during printing and determining the right light dosage for a given material. The team developed a machine learning algorithm trained on thousands of video images of TPL builds to identify the optimal parameters for settings such as exposure and laser intensity and to automatically detect part quality at high accuracy. Credit: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Two-photon lithography (TPL)—a widely used 3-D nanoprinting technique that uses laser light to create 3-D objects—has shown promise in

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Factory Automation and Machine Vision Market 2020 In-Depth Analysis & Future Prospects: Johnson Controls Inc, Siemens Ag, Emerson Electric Company

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Aug 28, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The global Factory Automation and Machine Vision Market research report 2020 provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications, and industry chain structure. The Factory Automation and Machine Vision market report provide information regarding market size, share, trends, growth, cost structure, global market competition landscape, market drivers, challenges and opportunity, capacity, revenue, and forecast 2026.

The report delivers a comprehensive overview of the crucial elements of the market and elements such as drivers, current trends of the

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50 new planets confirmed in machine learning first

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Fifty potential planets have been confirmed by a new machine learning algorithm developed by University of Warwick scientists.


For the first time, astronomers have used a process based on machine learning, a form of artificial intelligence, to analyze a sample of potential planets and determine which ones are real and which are “fakes,” or false positives, calculating the probability of each candidate to be a true planet.

Their results are reported in a new study published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, where they also perform the first large scale comparison of

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Sudden sewing boom has sewing machine sellers scrambling

Sellers are doing everything they can to keep up with a sudden surge in demand, but they still can’t keep pace.

While homebound families looking for ways to fill the time are turning to old-school crafting activities like sewing, a more obvious trigger for the sewing boom is the coronavirus-fueled necessity for face masks.

“The sewing fervor really erupted in April, almost immediately after the CDC said everyone should wear face masks,” said Jeff Fuller, vice president of marketing for Tacony Corporation. “It was a Friday when the new guidelines were announced. By Monday, we saw the largest spike in
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Machine learning can predict market behavior, study says

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Machine learning can assess the effectiveness of mathematical tools used to predict the movements of financial markets, according to new Cornell research based on the largest dataset ever used in this area.

The researchers’ model could also predict future market movements, an extraordinarily difficult task because of markets’ massive amounts of information and high volatility.

“What we were trying to do is bring the power of machine learning techniques to not only evaluate how well our current methods and models work, but also to help us extend these in a way that we never could do

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