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Innovative techniques for subsurface and renewable resources exploration, such as geothermal energy

The INNOLOG project led by CSIC has developed two probes (borehole logging tools) and a mineral-identification software based on machine leaning/deep learning methods to improve the time and cost efficiency in the search of subsoil/subsurface resources. Innolog results and products apply new sensors and technologies (hyperspectral and laser based) that enable a more efficient subsoil exploration for resources, such as geothermal ones, in accordance with the goals of the European Green Deal.

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Crowd4SDG, artificial intelligence to democratise decision making in citizen science

Crowd4SDG is a project that studies how citizen science offers information on the UN Sustainable Development Goals' achievements. The project is formed by a consortium of six international institutions, among which it is the CSIC, represented by the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute.

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A new international platform for contrasting and communicating the progress in Artificial Intelligence

Academic institutions and research organisations around the world have joined to create the Association for the Understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AIhub). A non-profit organization that connects the AI community and aimed to be a quality filter for contrasting and communicating the progress of research in AI to society.

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A project aimed at creating a new format for online courses MOOCs

The IIIIA, CSIC's Institute of Research in Artificial Intelligence, participates in the NanoMOOCs project aimed at creating a new audiovisual learning format that will allow capturing and analysing participants’ emotions, among other novelties. The nanoMOOCs project is a part of the RIS3CAT Media Community, funded by the Agency for Business Competitiveness (ACCIO), in Catalonia.

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The ICN2 and Microsoft strengthen partnership in quantum computing research

The ICN2 Advanced Electron Nanoscopy Group, centre that has the CSIC among its trustees, strengthen its collaboration with the global network of Microsoft Quantum Labs. The company is focused on developing a scalable quantum computer. The ICN2 laboratories will provide atomic-scale measurements, analysis, and modelling of new materials.

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