Aleksandar Karadimce

Macedonia University St. Paul the Apostle - Ohrid

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Commented on Scattering universality classes of side jump in the anomalous Hall effect
This research examines how the arrangement of disordered spins affects a specific electrical property called anomalous Hall conductivity. They propose three distinct categories for scattering processes based on their influence on this conductivity. Each category has a unique signature. When a material experiences multiple types of scattering, the overall effect depends on the relative strengths of each. The study emphasizes that this classification scheme can be applied to various scattering mechanisms found in real materials. Interestingly, they discovered that magnon scattering (a specific type) has a different impact than typical impurity or phonon scattering. Additionally, this influence can be adjusted by factors like temperature.

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Commented on Artificial Intelligence in Finance
Financial inclusion through AI  https://youtu.be/fttrD0A4Vz4?si=FUpXz5gBqym3Tgd5 Finda leverages AI to promote financial inclusion, aligning with the UN's goal of economic growth for all. Their AI helps underserved individuals access loans by streamlining the process. This talk will explore the challenges and successes of such inclusive financial services, along with Finda's vision for a future where everyone has access to financial resources.

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Commented on Quantum Computing
Consider IonQ if you're looking to explore the potential of quantum computing. This US-based company offers access to trapped-ion quantum computers through a cloud platform. This means you can run programs on their powerful machines without needing the physical hardware. IonQ goes beyond just hardware, though. They understand the importance of education and provide various resources and workshops to help users understand and leverage the capabilities of quantum computing. Visit their website (https://ionq.com/) to learn more and see if IonQ's cloud-based trapped-ion technology can accelerate your quantum computing endeavours.

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Commented on Anomaly detection in large-scale data stream networks
Large-scale data mining often faces a roadblock: collecting all the data can be impossible due to limitations like bandwidth or processing power. This research tackles this problem specifically for anomaly detection, where spotting unusual patterns is crucial.  The authors propose a framework inspired by compressed sensing. They use random projections to shrink the data while keeping its essential characteristics. This compressed data allows them to detect anomalies directly, bypassing the need to collect everything. This approach is particularly useful for large sensor networks where complete data acquisition might be impractical. The researchers tested their method extensively using network data and even real surveillance footage from train stations. The results are promising: the method is not only scalable but also performs competitively with traditional anomaly detection techniques with complete data access. This suggests a valuable approach for anomaly detection in situations where complete data collection is a challenge.

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Commented on Journal Publishing
Journal Targeter is a free and open-source web application designed to assist researchers in finding suitable journals to publish their manuscripts. It accomplishes this by searching for relevant journals based on the manuscript's title, abstract, and references. The tool was created by the Townsend Lab, and the source code is freely available on GitHub for anyone to inspect or modify.   jot.publichealth.yale.edu

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Commented on AI in education, teaching, learning
The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: A Critical Look Thinking about the ethical implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI)? This video, part of a playlist on AI advancements (https://youtu.be/-LIL5vWNP4U?si=aGhn-ndHASF7LCkX), delves into this critical topic. The speaker likely explores ethical considerations surrounding AI development and use, such as bias, transparency, and accountability. The discussion might also touch on potential risks and how to ensure AI is developed and implemented responsibly. This video is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the future of AI and the ethical considerations we must address.

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Commented on AI influence on labour, work, (un)employment
Open Hardware Manuals — Automatically generate user-friendly documentation for open hardware elements. https://nlnet.nl/project/HardwareManuals/ Imagine building furniture where the instructions update themselves whenever a design changes! This project aims to do just that for open-source hardware. It will create a software tool that automatically generates user-friendly instructions, including 3D models, assembly guides, and graphics based on the designer's input. These instructions will be constantly updated, available in different languages, and easily shared. This game-changer for open-hardware projects allows them to adapt to different needs while keeping the documentation clear and up-to-date. No more struggling with outdated manuals – these instructions will keep pace with the ever-evolving designs!

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Commented on Distributed Parameter Estimation for Univariate Generalized Gaussian Distribution over Sensor Networks
This research tackles a major challenge in signal processing for sensor networks: estimating parameters within a complex distribution (Generalized Gaussian Distribution) in a decentralized way (without relying on a central hub). Their solution involves network nodes working together to achieve this estimation. The authors propose two new methods, GC-ATC and GC-CTA, for this distributed parameter estimation. Their computer simulations analysis shows that GC-ATC outperforms traditional methods and even other techniques based on statistical moments. Notably, GC-ATC boasts a significant advantage: it quickly converges on the answer.

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Commented on Quantum Computing
Are you struggling to grasp the complexities of quantum computing? Quantum Leaps can help! This Canadian company focuses on making quantum computing accessible through educational resources and software tools. While they don't develop the hardware, Quantum Leaps provides a valuable platform for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of this revolutionary field. Explore their website (https://www.quleap.com/) to discover interactive tools and resources that can jumpstart your journey into the exciting world of quantum computing.

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Commented on AI influence on labour, work, (un)employment
GPGPU Playground — A virtual GPU to learn GPU programming GPUs are extremely effective and widely deployed vector co-processors, yet those interested in adapting their capabilities face a very high barrier to entry. Tools like OpenCL, CUDA, and WebGL all require a broad background to get started solving even simple problems, and mistakes in larger programs can be nearly impossible to identify without an even deeper level of experience. This project takes advantage of WebAssembly and Vulkan's SPIR-V format to deliver a safe, on-demand toolkit for exploring the potential of GPUs, focused on applications outside the bounds of traditional graphics acceleration.

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Commented on Journal Publishing
This is the Web of Science Master Journal List. mjl.clarivate.com/home   The Web of Science Master Journal List is a resource that helps researchers find journals to publish their work in. It includes journals across all disciplines and regions, and speciality collections are also available.

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Commented on Journal Publishing
T&F jourlan sugesster makes ranking of the feeback list of recommended journals.

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Commented on Regulation of AI
Demystifying AI for Everyone: Watch Andrew Ng's Fireside Chat Are you intrigued by how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will affect our lives? This fireside chat (https://youtu.be/F6XR0byERZY?si=rKO8nDP-_2x-rQLW ) features Andrew Ng, a leading AI expert, in a conversation likely aimed at a general audience. Ng discuss ways to make AI understandable and accessible to everyone.

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Commented on Quantum Computing
SpinQ, a Chinese quantum computing company, offers desktop NMR quantum computers designed for education and basic research in quantum computing (https://www.spinquanta.com/). They aim to make quantum computing more accessible and contribute to the development of quantum technology expertise. SpinQ's desktop NMR computers are suitable for educational institutions and those new to quantum computing research. They boast over 20 successful installations at universities worldwide, including the University of Tokyo and Western Australia.

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Commented on Optimal Detection of Sparse Mixtures Against a Given Null Distribution
Finding weak signals hidden within a mix of stronger ones is a frequent problem across many scientific fields. Traditionally, researchers have focused on situations where the mix follows a specific pattern called a Gaussian mixture model. This paper takes a broader approach, looking at how to find these weak signals when the mix doesn't follow that specific pattern. It even provides clear formulas for identifying these signals, assuming some basic conditions hold true.