ORNL Using AI, Big Data Research Tools to Enable Materials Science Discoveries

May 5, 2021 — At the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, scientists use artificial intelligence, or AI, to accelerate the discovery and development of materials for energy and information technologies.

“AI gives scientists the ability to extract insights from an ever-expanding volume of data,” said David Womble, ORNL’s AI program director. “New AI tools, together with world-class computing capabilities, are critical to maintaining scientific leadership.”

AI uses computers to mine mountains of data for scientific and engineering insights. Starting with high-quality data matters. Well-characterized materials create a strong knowledge foundation for the design of new materials that launch technologies and expand economies. ORNL has a history of materials development dating back to World War II and a rich archive of data generated on world-class instruments by expert researchers. Increasingly, researchers generate high-resolution materials data at a volume, variety and velocity they never before have had to tackle.

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Smart Education and Learning Market 2021 Industry Share, Size, Technology, Application, Revenue, Top Companies Analysis and 2028 Forecast Research Report

Smart Education and Learning and credit insurance is an effective way for enterprises, insurance companies, governments and other departments to make credit insurance a big risk diversification and transfer under the financial and credit system.

The companies and business managers across the world are struggling to keep themselves updated and competitive in this rapidly changing business environment, and industrial & technological scenarios. With regard to this, the Global Smart Education and Learning Market research report analyzes the strongest market sectors, provides estimates, market opportunities, and forecasts about the market size, and competitive landscape of the Global Smart Education and Learning Market industry. The Global Smart Education and Learning Market research report is an exclusive study conducted to provide market participants updated information on the latest industry trends, opportunities, emerging technologies, risks and barriers that could help making well informed decisions to stay ahead of the competitive landscape.

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Saudi Arabia Smart Cities Market to Garner $14.74 Bn by 2027 at 19.6% CAGR: Allied Market Research

PORTLAND, Ore., April 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Market Research recently published a report, titled, “Saudi Arabia Smart Cities Market by Functional Area (Smart Infrastructure, Smart Governance & Smart Education, Smart Energy. Smart Mobility, Smart Healthcare, Smart Buildings, and Others): Saudi Arabia Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020–2027″. As per the report, the Saudi Arabia smart cities industry was pegged at $3.55 billion in 2019, and is projected to reach $14.74 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 19.6% from 2020 to 2027.

Drivers, restraints, and opportunities

Rise in efforts to minimize oil dependency, proactive smart city initiatives, and surge in investments by government have boosted the growth of the Saudi Arabia smart cities market. However, data security & private concerns with smart cities hinder the market growth. On the contrary, the environmental friendliness of smart cities and technological advancements in IoT and cloud technologies are

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Game-theory research earns NSF CAREER Award for assistant professor

According to classic theories of communication — especially the pioneering model developed by electrical engineer Claude Shannon and mathematician Warren Weaver more than 70 years ago — the sender and receiver have the same goals. Both want to share whatever the message is, as free of errors and interference as possible.

But what if they have different goals? With our 21st-century technology increasingly stitched together using Wi-Fi or 5G networking, competing companies could try to prioritize their messages or otherwise seek an advantage.

Assistant Professor Emrah Akyol has ideas about how to solve those concerns, and they involve utilizing game theory to level the playing field again.

Game theory breaks down the interactions of rational decision-makers into mathematical models, assessing and attempting to compensate for any biases that individual participants may have. While it has been developed in the economics realm, STEM researchers also have applied game theory to numerous

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