Archive for December, 2010

NKA-Decker to add world class semantic technology expertise and services to ai-one projects

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

ai-one has added NKA-Decker Ltd. to to its network of Consulting Partners. NKA-Decker will provide semantic technology expertise and services and build a new generation of semantic solutions.

You can download the entire press release.

Semantic Meetup: semantic technologies in eHealth

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Professor Dr. Ulrich Reimer, FH St. Gallen und Walter Diggelmann, ai-one ag talked about semantic technologies in eHealth at the Semantic Meetup which took place December 13, 2010 in Zurich.

SemMeetup

You can download the presentation of Professor Dr. Ulrich Reimer and of Walter Diggelmann.

Computers get help from human brain

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Imagine it is the other way around: Instead of using the brain-computer-interface (BCI) to control gadgets, you or better your brain help the computer perform tasks it struggles with, such as recognize and classify images. Electrical signals within the brain fire before a person even realizes he has recognized an image as odd or unusual. Using this fact,  the researchers used a BCI to sort through satellite images for surface-to-air missiles faster than any machine or human analyst could manage alone (via technologyreview.com)

How we learn

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Melody Dye, science writer for Scientific American, and cognitive scientist Michael Ramscar talk about how we learn.

Vortrag semantische Technologien in eHealth

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Professor Dr. Ulrich Reimer FH St. Gallen und Walter Diggelmann, ai-one ag präsentieren semantische Technologien in eHealth. Walter Diggelmann wird eine Einführung in ai-one™. Danach referiert Professor Dr. Ulrich Reimer die web-basierte eHealth-Platform SEMPER.

Wann: Montag, 13. Dezember 2010 18:00

Preis: USD 10,00 pro Person

Wo: Uni Zürich, Institut für Bankenwesen, Plattenstrasse 32 Seminarraum 4, Zürich

Weitere Informationen zum Vortrag finden Sie hier. Sie können die Präsentation von Professor Dr. Ulrich Reimer und das White Paper “Vergleich ai-one – traditionelle künstliche ai” herunterladen.

Exercise and low calorie intake is good for your brain

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Your doctor was right in advising to exercise. And it seems, a low calorie diet too are beneficial on mental acuity and motor ability – that is if you are a mouse. Researchers show in mice that caloric restriction and exercise delay some of the debilitating effects of aging by rejuvenating connections between nerves and the muscles that they control (harvardmagazine.com).