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Scientists and companies join forces to 'teach' AI to explain itself

The European H2020 project NL4XAI addresses the question of how the quality of algorithms in the emerging field of Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI), i.e. machines capable of justifying and reasoning their decisions, should be assessed. The aim is to train the first generation of experts in this field.

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Vanadium battery prototype for large-scale electrical energy storage

The prototype, a 10 kW redox flow battery demonstrator, paves the way towards a 50 kW flow battery. It has been developed by CSIC's PTI TrasnEner+ Interdisciplinary Thematic Platform, which is working to develop large-scale energy storage technologies for stationary applications.

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Fast and non-destructive ultrasonic test for face masks

COVID19 pandemic has increased the demand for general-use masks, boosting the supply of masks. CSIC has developed a fast test to efficiently ensure the quality of the product, allowing a level of production that meets the growing demand.

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INBRAIN Neuroelectronics signs an agreement to develop neurotechnology patented by the CSIC

A technology-based company for the development of graphene-based applications for neurological diseases, and founded by researchers from IMB-CNM-CSIC, ICN2 and ICREA, who lead some of the research areas of the Graphene Flagship. The agreement paves the way for further developing and industrialization of patented technology from CSIC, ICN2, ICREA, CIBERBBN, UAB and IDIBAPS.

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Technologies to digitilise and automate the inspection and management of gas and water networks

The SENIX project, with the participation of the Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona (IMB-CNM-CSIC, by its Spanish acronym), has created several solutions for the development of micro and nanoelectronic systems and platforms to improve the management of water and gas distribution networks.

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