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Consider, for instance, Cloud DX: This Canadian company uses AI technology to scrutinize the audio waveform of a human cough, which allows it to detect asthma, tuberculosis, pneumonia, and other lung diseases.
Smith explains that the tank has been rigged with sensors that convert the eel’s higher-frequency pulses into sound, a flashing LED light and waveforms on a screen.
Looking at the waveform that registered on seismometers from Tin City to Ketchikan, Gardine noticed its squiggle signature did not look like an earthquake.
Björk combines her cries of pain with the scrapes and bangs of waveform generators and dissonant string orchestrations.
Software and digital signal processors then use the car’s audio system to create countervailing waveforms that are broadcast over the speakers to block the original noise.
Alyssa Garcia analyzes and compares model gravitational waveforms for colliding black holes.
A look at waveforms over time shows unintended distortion and squashed dynamics.
Even the soundtrack used has a palindromic audio waveform.
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