Underground mapping is the process of creating maps of underground spaces such as tunnels, mines, and sewers. These maps can be used for safety inspections and infrastructure planning, for example.
Researching a company from a science, technology, and market perspective takes a lot of time. In this article, you’ll learn how Mergeflow helps you accelerate this process substantially.
Homomorphic encryption is a type of encryption technique that allows operations to be performed on data without decrypting it.
Thermal batteries are energy storage devices which use heat to store energy. They can provide backup power for critical applications in areas where the power grid is unreliable.
Li-Fi uses visible light communication to enable high-speed, high-capacity wireless communication. It works similar to Wi-Fi, but instead of radio waves, it uses light waves to transmit data.
Passwordless authentication lets you log in to a computer system without the entering (and having to remember) a password or any other knowledge-based secret.
MLOps focuses on the management and operations of machine learning. It involves building and maintaining machine learning systems, managing data and infrastructure, and monitoring and optimizing performance.
Long duration energy storage allows electricity to be stored for long periods of time (typically over 12 hours) in order to help manage the intermittency of renewable sources like wind and solar.
VTOL aircraft can take off and land vertically, like a helicopter. They can operate in confined spaces, and take off and land vertically, which reduces the need for large airport runways.
Applying large-scale language models outside language: Examples from materials discovery, cybersecurity, and building management
Large language models like GPT or AI21 enable tools for writing texts, chatbots, and other applications. But these models have other applications as well, for example in materials discovery, cybersecurity, and building management.