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Artificial intelligence study determined a painting with mysterious origins is a likely a Raphael, researchers say

A painting with mysterious origins is likely a Raphael masterpiece, researchers from the U.K. said after using facial recognition technology and artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze the portrait.  The Renaissance-era painting, named the de Brécy Tondo, has been studied extensively for more than 40 years. Researchers from the University of Nottingham …

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Innovative biosynthesis, artificial intelligence-based optimization, and characterization of chitosan nanoparticles by Streptomyces microflavus and their inhibitory potential against Pectobacterium carotovorum – Scientific Reports

Recent nanotechnology has occupied a unique situation in modern life, owing to the preferred features, especially when applied to biological systems. When compared to bulk materials, nanoparticles (NPs) display novel behaviors due to their small size, diverse shapes, as well as varied optical, thermal, electrical, and mechanical characteristics. Organic nanoparticles …

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Latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research From CMU And Meta Demonstrates How Machine Learning’s Potential Can Be Leveraged To Identify Low Energy Adsorbate-Surface Configurations More Accurately And Efficiently

Over the last decade, computational catalysis has emerged as one of the most active research areas, and it is currently a vital tool for studying chemical processes and active sites. The requirement to precisely calculate the lowest binding energy (the adsorption energy) for an adsorbate and a catalyst surface of …

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