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|Share:Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) depend on an onboard energy management system (EMS) to strike the right balance between the internal combustion engine and electric motor that leads to lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. developed by a team at the Technical University of Dresden could calculate optimal energy use up to one hundred thousand times faster than systems in use today. Researchers say this method could increase fuel efficiency by as much as 50 percent.EMS must be able to shift power between the internal combustion engine and electric motor with acute accuracy. This...

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AI-Powered Rat Could Be a Valuable New Tool for Neuroscience

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ByPosted2020-04-27 14:37 GMTCan we study AI the same way we study lab rats? Researchers at and seem to think so. They built an AI-powered virtual rat that can carry out multiple complex tasks. Then, they used neuroscience techniques to understand how its artificial “brain” controls its movements.Today’s most advanced AI is powered by —machine learning algorithms made up of layers of interconnected components called “neurons” that are loosely inspired by the structure of the brain. While they operate in very different ways, a growing number of researchers believe drawing parallels between...

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