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Machine Vision Meets Hackathon: ADLINK’s 20/20 Hack Solves Real World Problems

Who loves a good ol’ fashioned hackathon? In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, we are talking about encouraging innovation in machine learning with ADLINK’s recent 20/20 Vision Hack. Paul Wealls (ADLINK) and Sergio Velmay join me to discuss the motivations behind creation of this hackathon, the details of Sergios’s winning project entry, and how ADLINK and Intel are looking to help solve  real-world problems in manufacturing, logistics and industrial applications with this unique program. Also this week, I check out how a group of engineers from the University of Illinois (with the help of two supercomputers) have developed a way to use physics-informed neural networks to predict the outcomes of the complex processes involved in additive manufacturing.

 

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Links for July 9, 2021

More information about ADLINK 

20/20 Vision Hack: ADLINK’s Search for Next Innovation in Machine Vision Technology in Collaboration with Intel

Using AI to Predict 3D Printing Processes (Texas Advanced Computing Center)

Machine learning for metal additive manufacturing: predicting temperature and melt pool fluid dynamics using physics-informed neural networks (Computational Mechanics)

A mixed interface-capturing/interface-tracking formulation for thermal multi-phase flows with emphasis on metal additive manufacturing processes (Science Direct) 

 

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