Researchers from Wrocław are working on the Polish equivalent of ChatGPT. In order to develop it, they need as much data as possible about the conversations of Polish users with artificial intelligence. They request that users who engage in conversations with ChatGPT use the Polish window they have prepared.
Scientists from universities in Podkarpacie have developed a coating that extends the operation of photovoltaic panels. The project of scientists from the University of Rzeszów and the Rzeszów University of Technology received nearly 200,000 co-financing in the Podkarpackie Innovation Centre grant programme.
Advances in the development of artificial intelligence will allow to personalize the treatment of patients, says Professor Andrzej Szałas from the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw. Digital twins could help develop cures for incurable diseases.
Scientists from the Polish Academy of Sciences have developed a non-woven nanotextile that allows for a controlled drug release. Appropriate production and 'programming' of this system allows to dose the drug substance for a specific period of time and ensures that it reaches a specific place.
The HORUS application developed at the Medical University of Gdańsk helps to detect recurrences after the end of lung cancer treatment. The software provides weekly surveys, the results of which are analysed in real time, and enables quick implementation of the necessary actions if needed.
Gdańsk University of Technology of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology, has designed a muzzle device for a sniper rifle that will reduce the weapon's recoil. This is very important for the shooter, because the recoil negatively affects the control of the weapon, the press office of the Gdańsk University of Technology reports.
Scientists from the Lodz University of Technology have developed a textronic system for monitoring vibrations that could be useful in car seats for kids and in the seats of mechanical equipment operators. Their project won a gold medal at the international exhibition in Bangkok (Thailand).
One of the challenges of using artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine is the lack of regulation. This can cause a number of problems, says Professor Justyna Król-Całkowska, head of Department of International and European Law at Lazarski University in Warsaw, member of the Council of Experts at the Ombudsman for Patients' Rights.
Researchers at the Military University of Technology are developing tunable hybrid metamaterials that open up the possibility of designing active microcircuits with the ability to switch, modulate, slow down and accelerate terahertz waves. They can be a platform for building multifunctional photonic devices such as biochemical sensors, absorbers, filters, non-linear switches whose properties can be actively modulated.