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DateDate: 10-04-2019, 06:01

 Personal non-property and property rights for the invention belong to the author and protected under current legislation. 
 In this presentation it will be shown that active and passive recreation can transform from an ordinary everyday things into smart devices. Smart capabilities we needed, including during the holidays, as life and business processes are not static. That's what argues for its author's idea of the Creator of this accessory. 
 So, the idea is that the most common hammock equipped with the technology of communication, namely, at the head of the hammock, for more convenient use, place the control unit smart hammock. First and foremost, the unit has a number of standard functions are similar with the usual gadget - reception and transmission of information by means of 3-G, 4-G, WI-FI, Bluetooth; delivery and reception of sound flow through speakers; built-in microphone and vibration module. That is, the user of this device can not take your wearable device and fully use the functions of smart hammock. He is able to accept incoming calls and make outgoing calls, listen to the audio stream or set the alarm clock. Vibration module serves for no audio alert and incoming call or alarm activation. Also, the control unit in its possibilities can boost the hammock with a frequency that is set by the user. Naturally, all these processes, the user directs using the mobile app. 
 Also smart the hammock can be equipped with a flexible led light that is primarily handy in the dark also aesthetically pleasing and beautiful. The color and illuminance of the backlight also adjusts the user in the mobile app. It is also possible to function heated flexible canvas hammock, which can hold the previously set temperature.
 Power supply is provided as with the battery, and using a standard connection to your home or vehicle network. The control unit may have a touch panel control of his facial parts that are easier to use. 
 Another innovative component is that the flexible part of the hammock has the structure of an inflatable mattress. That is, it can be inflated, which improves its characteristics in the direction of convenience and warmth.
 At the end of the presentation, you can say that using the smart hammock "Innovator" can afford to combine the standard properties of a conventional hammock with smart features, without which it is hard for us to have to do. It also increases the comfort and ease of use, extends the time of use, which entails an increase in promotion. As one of the investment advice from the author that these smart hammocks can, in addition to benches and benches, set in parks and squares of cities that will entail the reclamation of this product.
 This idea is open to investment, and full of redemption.

DateDate: 10-04-2019, 05:55

Scientists have conducted experiments to test how much artificial intelligence is smarter than man.
As an experimental, the researchers took the DeepMind neural network and decided to offer it to independently examine the school curriculum in mathematics, and also to perform tasks from the tenth grade level. Reports the edition about it "Today".
As a result, DeepMind failed the school test with disgrace, gaining 14 points out of 40. Most British students receive marks much higher.
Artificial intelligence was unable to adequately evaluate test assignments. If an ordinary schoolchild can easily recognize a huge number of numbers, letters and formulas, then this is given to a neural network with difficulty. Most of the time, DeepMind spent on character recognition, as well as translating information into a readable form for its own analysis spent a lot of energy.
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But still, artificial intelligence is able to solve a complex mathematical problem. For this, it must be presented in a special form so that the neural network does not spend its resources on recognition. In the meantime, the "visual" information is processed by neural networks with difficulty, which promises such distressing results.
Earlier it was reported that artificial intelligence has learned to predict death to the nearest second.
Thus, the case histories of half a million Britons aged 40 to 69 years were chosen as the material for the study.
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Researchers from the University of Nottingham began testing a self-learning algorithm that they had independently developed. This algorithm is able to assess the risks of premature death of a person suffering from chronic diseases. And also knows how to name almost the exact date of departure from a person’s life.
Half a million Britons aged 40 to 69 years of age were chosen for the study.
After comparing the data, it turned out that the neural network predicted human deaths more accurately than the system used by humans.