Scientists at the National Geographic Society have created a computer system that can create and maintain a digital model of a computer and then, when you want to customize the computer, it can do it.
The new computer system is called the Computerized Modeling and Design and is used by more than a dozen computer-programming software companies.
The technology is being developed by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and at the Carnegie Mellon University.
The system works by generating and storing computer models, or “models,” that can then be used to make changes to the computer or its operating system.
The model is a virtual computer system, or VCS, that can be programmed to produce, modify, and analyze virtual files.
The computer model can then store and analyze that data, as well as interact with a virtual environment.
The goal is to allow researchers to “build their own computer systems that are able to perform complex tasks and to learn from their experiences,” said Nita Chaudhary, a computer science professor at Penn and the senior author of a paper describing the work in the journal Science.
“By doing this, we can help people build their own virtual environments and to do their own research.”
The technology is based on the principles of reinforcement learning, a process in which a computer model is trained by a real computer.
Reinforcement learning involves the computer learning how to perform tasks based on feedback from the computer.
Researchers at the Penn and Carnegie Mellon laboratories are building a computer that can recognize and perform simple tasks, such as entering text or typing numbers.
To do that, it uses neural networks that learn how to make predictions about the user’s behavior.
It uses computer vision algorithms to track the location of a cursor.
And it uses other techniques, such the way the computer makes decisions about what information to use and when, to make the model perform its tasks.
In a video from the Carnegie-Mellon team, the researchers show how the computer creates a model of the new virtual computer and what happens when it is programmed with the new data.
The work is a collaboration between the Penn team and Carnegie-Somerville, the Johns Hopkins University Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the National Science Foundation.
The National Geographic Science Center is an independent nonprofit institution that collaborates with more than 400 institutions to make science accessible to the public.