Artificial intelligence

News articles classified as Artificial intelligence

Next-gen battery solutions

A new mathematical model has brought together the physics and chemistry of highly promising lithium-metal batteries, providing researchers with plausible, fresh solutions to a problem known to cause degradation and failure.

Runners prefer the same pace, regardless of distance

By comparing the most energy-efficient running speeds of recreational runners in a lab to the preferred, real-world speeds measured by wearable trackers, Stanford scientists found that runners prefer a low-effort pace – even for short distances.

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How fast will Antarctica’s ice sheet melt?

Autonomous drones that collect data based on scientific machine learning models could play a pivotal role in reducing the uncertainty of sea-level rise.

AI deciphers atomic-scale images for better batteries

Using artificial intelligence to analyze vast amounts of data in atomic-scale images, Stanford researchers answered long-standing questions about an emerging type of rechargeable battery posing competition to lithium-ion chemistry.

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Do popular AI communication tools favor the privileged?

A study examined the gap between the availability and accessibility of AI-enabled communication tools such as predictive texting, and found that internet access, age and user speech characteristics were barriers to use.