Collaborite: Ai-based Research Intelligence for Strategic Partnerships Between Manufacturing Industries and Universities
Collaborite is a SaaS platform with implementation of innovative big data analytics of university research activities focused on targeted and prioritized filtration of best university partnerships for corporate companies. We function as a university-independent platform by collecting research data from free API's of domains like ResearchGate,
Government mandates regarding COVID-19 abatement strategies are forcing companies to scramble to find ways to avoid fines and even worse local outbreaks. In this new age, documentation and data is going to separate companies who survive and those who struggle.
My goal is to build a more human-like robotic head, using this electronic control system, to enable friendly human-robot interaction, which means that it is programmed to react as a human would. For example, for mimicking being surprised,
Neurodegenerative dementia is a disease that progressively deteriorates brain functionality. One of the most common symptoms of dementia is memory loss. In addition, patients usually lose the ability to solve problems or control their emotions and present changes in personality and normal behavior.
A machine designed to interact with its environment, make an appropriate decision based on surroundings, and then carry out the jobs related to its goal. All automatically. Our focus will be on robots, which are designed for more specific purposes in the physical world.
Accurate load forecasting plays a key role in economical use of energy. Artificial Neural Network (ANN) models have been extensively implemented to produce accurate results for short-term load forecasting with time lead ranging from an hour to a week.
The Self-Adjusting Bushing Bearing (SABB) described in US Patents (8,870,459, 9,790,988, and 9,995,342 (Reference: https://cadventuresinc.wixsite.com/sabb/patents ) shows the many benefits of providing resiliency in a bushing bearing by segmenting the bushing bearing into three equal segments which are spring-loaded against the Shaft.
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