Authors: George Rajna
Applying AI know-how to the giant pool of data gathered from the world’s leading and most powerful scientific instruments could accelerate the process of scientific discovery.  Scientists from the University of Oxford, in collaboration with University of Basel and Lancaster University, have developed an algorithm that can be used to measure quantum dots automatically.  A research team from the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP) has successfully developed a new method for machine learning that allows an AI to make classifications without what is known as "negative data," a finding which could lead to wider application to a variety of classification tasks. 
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