Neural networks to discover musical knowledge

One of the tasks of the researchers of musicology is to develop and validate the assumptions of music, after studying the historical documents in addition to all the information available for that topic. Many documents have already been digitized and access to them through a computer makes it much easier for the researchers to their work. However, the engines basic search operate at the level of a “find string exact”, and may not capture the meaning of the content in many occasions. Artificial intelligence what benefit or risk to society?…

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NASA may have discovered (and destroyed), organic elements on Mars in 1976

Some 40 years ago, a NASA mission to Mars might have accidentally destroyed what would have been the first discoveries of organic molecules on Mars, according to a report in New Scientist magazine. Until recently, there was a commotion about the announcement that Curiosity had discovered organic molecules on the red planet, which are those that form life as we know it. This was the first confirmation of a study in Mars 2014. But as there are an endless number of small meteorites that collide with the surface of mars,…

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Is it true that you can not get to swim after eating? Science responds

As a child, on a vacation, it was a torture to finish eating and have to wait for the “digestion” to be able to put the pool. And the hours passed slowly before you have the permission of our parents to lend us a dip. However, it seems that all of this is simply a myth. Where was your house or your town in the Pangea millions of years ago? This page tells you so The reality is that, according to experts of medicine of the corresponding department of Baylor…

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What prevents us to go to live on the Moon?

If the astronauts were to return to the Moon eventually, they would have to deal with the harsh lunar environment. The European Space Agency (ESA) is conducting a study on the lunar dust and the danger that could be for human beings and the machines that could get back to our natural satellite. Mars was habitable, according to new findings of the probe Curiosity Before Neil Armstrong put his foot on the lunar surface, in the Sea of Tranquility, the scientists were already aware of the potential danger that could…

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The development of the nanoparticles could help detect Alzheimer’s

The researchers of the Polytechnic University of Madrid have developed a new biomarker that could be useful at the time of making a diagnosis early on Alzheimer’s, which could display the results by using a magnetic resonance imaging. In order to prevent the death of millions of people by this degenerative disease, the group of researchers, led by the Centre for Biomedical Technology (CTB) of the university, I think what seems to be a definitive test to detect the disease before the patient dies. The data that have been collected…

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Where was your house or your town in the Pangea millions of years ago? This page tells you

The Earth has not always been the peaceful and calmed planet that we have today. Some time was an ardent rock and within its evolution, its crust has undergone several transformations, for example, several million years ago the continents were all together into a super mass territorial call Pangea. What’s on the other side of the Earth directly below your feet? This site tells you Have you ever wondered where was your home, your city, your country or your locations favorite of the Land in Pangaea? Fortunately the engineer Ian…

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Cracking the code of the Enigma machine with Artificial Intelligence

Thanks to the 2000 servers DigitalOcean and the programs that use Artificial Intelligence, engineers of the company Enigma Pattern, cracked in 13 minutes what took him years to Turing and his team at Bletchley Park in the Second Great War. And in addition, the cost of this was only 7 dollars. Hollywood used the AI to predict the success or failure of his productions On the 23rd of June was the anniversary of the birth of Turing, exactly, would have turned 106 years. And due to the importance of the…

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Options to do simulations of the real world

Thanks to the movie the Matrix, the more one believes that we live in a simulation. In fact, if you look on YouTube, you will see many videos where the one who has uploaded this content affirms, for example, that “there are errors in the Matrix”, showing phenomena that do not seem to be able to easily explain. But the reality is that this speculation is interesting to make movies of science fiction and nothing more. Discover what applications might be reading your emails from Gmail and how to block…

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Let’s talk about how will be the super-computing in 2021

The japanese giant Fujitsu and RIKEN, the research institute of the largest in the country of the rising Sun, have begun a series of tests with the prototypes of CPUs for the next generation of super computers that, in the words of the company itself, would return to the leadership in the ranking overall in the world of super computing. GRAPH: the speed of The súpercomputadoras has grown more than 100-fold in this decade The next generation in the super computer, baptized as “the computer Post-K”, is following two developments…

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You will find two new subatomic particles in the CERN

CERN, using its Large hadron Collider, along with the collaboration of the experiment LHCb, announced that they discovered two new particles of the family of baryons. The particles, known as Xi_b’- and Xi_b-, hab'[ian already been predicted via the model of quarks that is has, but had never before been observed. A particle related: Xi_b0. had already been found by an experiment called CMS at CERN in 2012. The results of this last experiment, the LHCb already appear in an article in the Physical Review Letters. Robots NAO will help…

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The facial recognition, key to identify criminals in the united States

The recognition of human faces has had its setbacks, as it has been criticized its interference in civil liberties. However, this type of systems is just used to identify a suspect in a shootout on Thursday, in an office of a newspaper, where it killed five people in Annapolis, Maryland. Oh Javi Noble was right! The apps for gasoline at home are succeeding in the US The police said that the suspect, Jarrod Ramos, who already had a record of prior arrests, refused to cooperate with authorities after he was…

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Explores the history of computing from the hand of the file from the BBC

The 80s of the last century were the home computers home, called microcomputers, which had 8-bit processors, and limitations in storage capacity, among others. The most used one’s own television screen to display the results and listings of the programs written on these machines. In the Uk the BBC is involved heavily in the computer home and in fact designed, manufactured, and sold the BBC Micro. This was part of a larger project for people to have access to the computer, where they were introduced these machines to children and…

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On Miztli, the supercomputer of UNAM

The supercomputing in the UNAM began in 1991, when he was put in operation the equipment CRAY Y/MP. Since then, they have installed supercomputers of different types, whose characteristics are a reflection of changes in the technologies of computing and telecommunications that have happened since then. The machines that UNAM has acquired are: GRAPH: the speed of The súpercomputadoras has grown more than 100-fold in this decade Sirius (1991), of the company’s Cray, vector, with 4 processors and with a yield of 1.02 GFlops (a flop is a floating-point operation).…

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Bombe, the computer designed by Turing, will be screened in Britain

On the anniversary 106 of the birth of the “father of computing” Alan Turing, the National Museum of Computing, uk, will open a gallery dedicated to the machine called a “Bombe”, designed by Turing, which was used to decipher the German messages in the Second World War. The gallery Bombe is the new home of a replica of the functional machine that reduced the conflict of the war for about two years. RAMpage, the last and dangerous vulnerability of Android that you should know The machine named the Bombe was…

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Do you know what is the coldest place of the Earth? It is new and broke record

Despite the fact that Global Warming continues raising the average temperature of our planet, scientists have just announced the discovery of a new place which broke the record as the coldest part of the Earth. I Miss Simpson! The prophecy of the end Mexico-Portugal is impossible in Russia 2018 It is a few small valleys located on the layer of ice in Antarctica, at the South Pole. The temperature there is -98 degrees celsius, close to the middle of Mars and half of a half of a Saturn, for example.…

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In Mexico will be held meeting of the Artificial Intelligence world-class

Says the official web page: The first “International Meeting of Artificial Intelligence and its Applications” ([email protected]) will be held in Mexico City this August 25 and 26, with the goal of catalyzing the development and use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the country.” VIDEO: This timelapse of the history of the Universe is overwhelming and you have to see This meeting is the first that is made in Mexico and the organizers expect to have academic and research groups, both mexican and foreign. All of this will occur within…

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You have to try this course to learn how to use TensorFlow

TensorFlow -says Wikipedia– “is a library of open source code to machine learning through a range of tasks, and developed by Google to meet their needs systems able to build and train neural networks to detect and decipher patterns and correlations, analogous to the learning and reasoning used by humans. IBM Discuss: An AI program that he argues as human beings In 2011, Google Brain built DistBelief, direct predecessor of TensorFlow, as a system owner of machine learning, based on neural networks deep learning. Its use grew rapidly through the…

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The computation could predict who will win future debates

Professor at Northeastern University, Lu Wang, believes that given a linguistic analysis, artificial intelligence, and data visualization, we can have debates that give us all more meaning to what is going on. To understand what it is that makes that an argument is persuasive is what the academic thinks is the heart of an interdisciplinary project that, in fact, she leads. The ultimate goal is to help the platforms of social networks to evolve from discourses of hatred, of “fake news”, to move on to constructive conversations. 4 scientific techniques…

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Where does it come from our fascination with food that makes you fat? Science responds

Why some potato chips are more attractive than a carrot? Why would you want one of those donuts, super-sweet in place of to eat a salad? Everything seems to indicate that this is the fault of our brains, who prefer for some reason the food less healthy and more fattening. Facebook working on new function to measure the time you spend on the social network A team from the University of Yale, in the united States, studied how our brain responds to food in general and found that those that…

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4 scientific techniques used by the manufacturers to become addicted to cell phones

The topic of addictions to all of the digital is to the top of the agenda. The addiction to social networks, the addiction to the cell phone or the addiction to video games, which in fact has just been formally declared “mental illness” by the World Health Organization. Test: Discover if you’re addicted to video games If you are one of the few skeptics that remain, simply review the data compiled by the experts of dscout.com they claim that on average we touch our mobile device 2,600 times per day…

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Yes trembled in the CDMX with the goal of Chuky Lozano? We have answers

A goal from Hirving “El Chucky” Lozano that we will never forget was enough to give Mexico a result historic defeat for the first time in a World to the powerful Germany, the defending champion. Of course of mexicans all over the world was superlative, and the epicenter of that celebration was the City of Mexico, the largest concentration of the aztecs that is. Hirving Lozano can already boast that he scored a goal at the world champion in his first match of a World cup. Worth watching again and…

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A processor’s quantum may exceed the supercomputers classic

Quantum computing seems to be the next paradigm in the industry of zeros and ones. There is actually already a battle between Google, IBM and Intel, in which each company seeks to become the leader in this new technology and that already today could be taken processors that exceed the supercomputers of the computer classic. This would be the first time that happened. NASA captures for the first time to a black hole devouring a star Google has shown its chip quantum computing, Bristlecone, that has the new record in…

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Sleep 8 hours a day is not enough, says leading scientist in dream

We have terrible news: our sleep habits are terrible, and its impact on our health and productivity is considerable. And is that the scientist from Penn State university in the united States, Daniel Gartenberg, just say that sleeping 8 hours is not enough and that in order to have a good health are needed 8.5 hours of sleep each 24 day. These are the volcanoes with the highest risk of making rash and one is in Mexico Terrible news considering that last year a study from the University of california…

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These are the volcanoes with the highest risk of making rash and one is in Mexico

The world is a dangerous place to live. For example, those who live in Mexico know that we are exposed to earthquakes a day yes and another also. There are in fact thousands of earthquakes per day in our country, but these are not significant to the extent that we’re not aware of. However, there are present and work tirelessly looking for knowing in advance the possibility of occurrence of an earthquake. This still has not been achieved. So viewed from space the world’s most active volcanoes (including the Popo)…

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The magnetic fields could be the key to the formation of the stars

For the first time have been discovered and mapped magnetic fields of extremely subtle in what is called in astronomy “the Pillars of Creation“, which is a structure that has become famous thanks to the Hubble space telescope. The structure consists of cosmic dust and gas dense and cold that it seems to be is what it ends up to form the stars. A novel research has shown that the magnetic fields that run over the so-called Pillars of Creation, they are at different angles with respect to the regions…

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We need to talk about the more powerful computer of the world

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which depends on the Department of Energy of the united States, has revealed his super – computer, which is capable of 200 trillion floating point operations per second (200 petaflop barrier). This is probably the super-computer more powerful on the planet. The machine, called Summit, is 8 times more powerful than the previous model in the same laboratory, Titan, which could make 2012 a 27 petaflop barrier. FIFA 19, Battlefield V and everything that EA presented in the #E32018 It is clear that the super-computers…

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