(Cornell University) Partnering with community organizations, Cornell University researchers are developing and planning a hyperlocal weather forecasting system designed to improve winter-storm emergency response and enhance natural disaster coordination for New York state's rural communities.
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(Cornell University) A team from Cornell University's Environmental Systems Lab has put forth a new framework for injecting as much information as possible into the pre-design and early design phases of a project, potentially saving architects and design teams time and money down the road.
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(Cornell University) Cornell University scientists have identified a new contender when it comes to quantum materials for computing and low-temperature electronics.
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Scientists from Cornell University have developed a way for robots to identify physical interactions just by analyzing a user’s shadows. Their ShadowSense system uses an off-the-shelf USB camera to capture the shadows produced by hand gestures on a robot’s skin. Algorithms then classify the movements to infer the user’s specific interaction. Study lead author Guy Hoffman said the method provides a natural way of interacting with robots without relying on large and costly sensor arrays: Touch is such an important mode of communication for most organisms, but it has been virtually absent from human-robot interaction. One of the reasons is that full-body touch used… This story continues at The Next Web
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(Purdue University) An innovative 5G "living lab" center called NineTwelve Convergence features state-of-the-art 5G networking and wireless connectivity where companies can partner through a collaboration among Purdue University, SBA Communications, NineTwelve and others will open in June in Purdue's Discovery Park District.
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(Cornell University) Cornell University researchers have created a low-cost method for soft, deformable robots to detect a range of physical interactions, from pats to punches to hugs, without relying on touch at all. Instead, a USB camera located inside the robot captures the shadow movements of hand gestures on the robot's skin and classifies them with machine-learning software.
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Paradox, the leading conversational AI platform helping talent acquisition teams spend more time with people by automating tasks like screening, interview scheduling, and candidate communications, announced today the addition of former SAP executive David Pluto as Chief Strategy Officer.Pluto will primarily focus on driving growth through strategic partnerships, investments, and acquisitions.Prior to Paradox, Pluto served as the Vice President of Corporate Strategy for SAP’s $9.8B cloud applications and platform businesses.During his time with SAP, cloud application revenue increased almost tenfold and Pluto also served as an advisor to SAP.iO, a strategic investment fund and incubator that targets early-stage startups leveraging SAP APIs, data, and technologies to drive value for SAP clients.“We’ve always believed that the best path to building the most client-centric solutions is to create strong partnerships with industry leaders who embrace innovative new ways to transform hiring,” said Paradox founder and CEO Aaron Matos.“David brings incredible experience from that world and his strategic expertise will be critical to evaluating opportunities that help us create the best possible products for our clients and partners.”Prior to SAP, Pluto spent five years with Deloitte driving M and strategy projects, and eight years leading sales and professional services teams for a financial software startup.Pluto received an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business and a BS in engineering from Cornell University.“At SAP, I had the opportunity to interact with next-generation technology leaders and see what’s coming around the corner,” said Pluto.“Paradox stands unique in how they’re thinking about the future of talent technology.
(Cornell University) Wind energy scientists at Cornell University have released a new global wind atlas - a digital compendium filled with documented extreme wind speeds for all parts of the world - to help engineers select the turbines in any given region and accelerate the development of sustainable energy.
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Artificial intelligence has become so good at chess that its only competition now comes from other computer programs. Indeed, a human hasn’t defeated a machine in a chess tournament in 15 years. It’s an impressive technical achievement, but that dominance has also made top-level chess less imaginative, as players now increasingly follow strategies produced by soulless algorithms.  But a new research paper shows that AI could still make the game better for us puny humans. The study authors developed a chess engine with a difference. Unlike most of its predecessors, their system isn’t designed to defeat humans. Instead, it’s programmed to play like them.… This story continues at The Next Web
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(Oregon State University) Efficiently mass-producing hydrogen from water is closer to becoming a reality thanks to Oregon State University College of Engineering researchers and collaborators at Cornell University and the Argonne National Laboratory.
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No one can imagine the course of the universe if humans find hostile aliens.These are mere speculations, and it is essential to have consolidated facts and figures.Some astronomers from Cornell University have detected radio emissions from an exoplanet.This space object, presently, is 51 light-years away from Earth.What is the news?The radio emissions detection results from a distant exoplanet came through the low-frequency array (LOFAR).But, some space objects are beyond the realms of our solar system.However, the radio emission detection technology is a novel way to understand the alien’s world in the tens and hundreds of light-years away.About Boötes constellationThe Boötes constellation is present in the northern sky between 0° and +60° declination.
(American Institute of Physics) Cornell University is developing a system to extract energy from cattle manure to meet the campus's peak demands for heat in the winter months. In the Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, scientists involved with the project give a detailed analysis of the issues required to make this work, including scientific, economic, and energy policy considerations.
(Cornell University) By delving into scientific, technological, environmental and economic data, Cornell University engineering researchers examined whether New York could achieve a statewide carbon-free economy by 2050. Their finding: Yes, New York can reach this goal - and do it with five years to spare.
(American Marketing Association) Technological innovations are rapidly changing how we consume goods and services. In many domains, we are trading ownership of private material goods for access to use shared and experiential goods and services. This article outlines how the downstream effects of these consumption changes are channeled through their influence on psychological ownership--the feeling that a thing is MINE.
(Cornell University) The National Science Foundation has awarded the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS) $32.6 million to build a High Magnetic Field (HMF) beamline, which will allow researchers to conduct precision X-ray studies of materials in persistent magnetic fields that exceed those available at any other synchrotron.
For many people worldwide, it’s hard to imagine with the vast numbers of stars in the universe and the vast number of planets orbiting those stars that we are all alone. So far, scientists have discovered more than 4000 planets orbiting distant stars, known as exoplanets. Astronomers from Cornell University recently published a study where they ask the question of … Continue reading
(Cornell University) As insulators, metal oxides - also known as ceramics - may not seem like obvious candidates for electrical conductivity. While electrons zip back and forth in regular metals, their movement in ceramic materials is sluggish and difficult to detect.
The global 'bovine mastitis market size’ is projected to reach USD1.84 billion by the end of 2027.According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights, titled “Bovine Mastitis Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Type (Clinical, and Sub-Clinical), By Product (Antibiotics, and Others), By Route of Administration (Intra-mammary, and Systemic), By Therapy (Lactating Period and Dry Period) and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027,” the market was worth USD 1.23 billion in 2019 and will exhibit a CAGR of 5.2% during the forecast period, 2020-2027.Bovine mastitis is a medical disorder occurs in dairy cattle.The disease can damage milk-secreting tissues in the cattle; a primary reason why this is considered as a serious disorder.According to the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, the global incidence of bovine mastitis is between 0 and 200 for every 100 cows.Additionally, the increase in the number of mastitis infection during dry period and the growing advantages of different intramammary non-antibiotic products such as teat sealants in prevention of new intramammary infection during the dry period are playing crucial role in boosting the overall market growth.Have Any Query?Ask Our Experts:https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/speak-to-analyst/bovine-mastitis-market-103482Covid-19 Pandemic has had a Minimal Impact on Market Growth; Continually Rising Demand for Dairy Products will Aid GrowthThe recent coronavirus outbreak has had a minimal impact on the overall bovine mastitis market.
The global 'bovine mastitis market' size is projected to reach USD1.84 billion by the end of 2027.According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights, titled “Bovine Mastitis Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Type (Clinical, and Sub-Clinical), By Product (Antibiotics, and Others), By Route of Administration (Intra-mammary, and Systemic), By Therapy (Lactating Period and Dry Period) and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027,” the market was worth USD 1.23 billion in 2019 and will exhibit a CAGR of 5.2% during the forecast period, 2020-2027.Bovine mastitis is a medical disorder occurs in dairy cattle.The disease can damage milk-secreting tissues in the cattle; a primary reason why this is considered as a serious disorder.According to the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, the global incidence of bovine mastitis is between 0 and 200 for every 100 cows.Additionally, the increase in the number of mastitis infection during dry period and the growing advantages of different intramammary non-antibiotic products such as teat sealants in prevention of new intramammary infection during the dry period are playing crucial role in boosting the overall market growth.For more information visit : https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/bovine-mastitis-market-103482Covid-19 Pandemic has had a Minimal Impact on Market Growth; Continually Rising Demand for Dairy Products will Aid GrowthThe recent coronavirus outbreak has had a minimal impact on the overall bovine mastitis market.This product will not just serve the aforementioned applications, but will also affect the growth of the global market in the coming years.Request a Sample Copy of the Research Report:https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/bovine-mastitis-market-103482Table Of Content :IntroductionResearch ScopeMarket SegmentationResearch MethodologyExecutive SummaryMarket DynamicsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket OpportunitiesKey InsightsNew Developments – Bovine Mastitis ProductIncidence of Clinical Mastitis Key Countries/Sub-region-2019Key Products/ Brands, Key PlayersNumber of Milk Cows- Key Countries/Sub-region -2019Veterinary Drugs Market: OverviewProduct Overview: Teat Sealants for Mastitis Treatment (Key Brands/ Key Players, 2019)Pricing Analysis, 2019 (Key Brands/ Key Countries)Key Developments – Mergers, Acquisitions, and PartnershipsNorth America Likely to Emerge Dominant; Increasing Adoption of Intra-mammary Infusion Will Aid GrowthThe report analyses the latest market trends across five major regions, including North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa.
Laura Schroeder from Personio discusses the importance of data in the HRtech industry and also puts light on the importance of employee wellness.1.Tell us about your role in Personio?I’m a brand and innovation strategist and have worked and advised in the HR and fintech technology space for 15 years at several market leading global organizations.As Head of Brand and Comms at Personio, my focus is helping HR teams scale operations, reduce complexity and work more strategically.2.Along the way I also acquired post graduate certifications in Strategic Human Resources Practices from Cornell University and in Design Thinking from MIT Sloan School of Management.I’ve seen the market evolve from on-premise human resources management solutions for the HR back office to strategic solutions for front line HR teams in the cloud, and had the privilege to help create a new category for cloud HR solutions.Whether technology is used to make HR processes more efficient, to run a smoother onboarding program, or simply to free up the HR function to invest more time in its people, HR technology enables HR managers to focus on their greatest asset – their people.Looking ahead, newer technologies like AI and machine learning, blockchain and VR open up exciting new possibilities to assess talent, connect talent with jobs, collaborate virtually and develop new skills.
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