Generative AI enables users to generate new content based on various inputs (including text, images, sounds, animation, 3D models, or other data types). By using neural network technology to identify the patterns and structures within existing data, generative AI creates new and original content. The technology can be a powerful tool for streamlining the workflow of creatives, engineers, researchers, scientists, and others—across all industries.
The ever-increasing demands for mobile broadband and expansion to vertical industries (automotive, satellite, internet of things) continue driving the development of wireless technology. The next major step in the evolution of 5G towards the sixth generation (6G) mobile networks is called 5G-Advanced.
Since the early decades of artificial intelligence (AI), humanoid robots have been a staple of sci-fi books, movies, and cartoons. After decades of research and development in AI, we are still a long way from having humanoid robots as part of daily life.
AI is already creating new things that are not just seen, copied, or synthesized in art, music, and video, and some AI is at a stage where human emotions can be understood, recognized, and used in real applications.
Industries across the globe are under pressure to stay competitive, enhance operations and improve quality. Steps have been taken to incorporate smart and flexible capabilities on the factory floor, but a new AI visual inspection tool could help address manufacturing processes that are still frequently overlooked, such as product inspections.
Ultrasound imaging is currently one of the most commonly used diagnostic procedures across many medical specialties, but issues remain and researchers have developed a new deep learning approach that could revolutionize many aspects of the field, from imaging to signal reconstruction.
Fueling the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us, and IEEE is leading the way. Learn more about key technologies that will change the way we live in this new era and how IEEE research is fostering innovation and education in these fields.