iRobot CEO Colin Angle on Data Privacy and Robots in the ...
Editor's note: Last week, Amazon announced that it was acquiring iRobot for $1.7 billion , prompting questions about how iRobot's camera-equipped robot vacuu...
Robot helps reveal how ants pass on knowledge
Scientists have developed a small robot to understand how ants teach one another.
AI pilot can navigate crowded airspace
Researchers have developed an AI pilot that enables autonomous aircraft to navigate a crowded airspace. The artificial intelligence can safely avoid collisio...
New EV Prototype Leaves Range Anxiety in the Dust
Not long ago, a 300-mile range seemed like a healthy target for electric cars. More recently, the 520-mile (837-kilometer) Lucid Air became the world’s longe...
Automation can help services keep pace with pressing need...
The healthcare industry experienced a monumental shift in conversations surrounding mental health, which led to healthcare authorities in Singapore placing h...
Amazon to Acquire iRobot F​or $1.7 Billion
This morning, Amazon and iRobot announced “a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire iRobot” for US $1.7 billion. The announcement was a ...
Video Friday: Build a Chair
Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos. Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum r...
Who Actually Owns Tesla’s Data?
On 29 September 2020, a masked man entered a branch of Wells Fargo bank in Washington, D.C., and handed the teller a note: “This is a robbery. Act calm give ...
Automation approaches to the information blocking rule
The Congressionally enacted Information Blocking Rule takes effect across all healthcare system on October 6. This legislation will put new pressure on hospi...
HIMSSCast: The nursing shortage – how health IT helps and...
Most healthcare professionals are well aware of the nurse shortage that America faces today. In this HIMSSCast podcast, we'll be digging into this crisis...
Some cloud-based AI systems are returning to on-premises ...
As a concept, artificial intelligence is very old. My first job out of college almost 40 years ago was as an AI systems developer using Lisp . Many of the co...
Digging Into the New QD-OLED TVs
Televisions and computer monitors with QD-OLED displays are now on store shelves. The image quality is—as expected—impressive, with amazing black levels, wid...
Tesla’s Autopilot Depends on a Deluge of Data
In 2019, Elon Musk stood up at a Tesla day devoted to automated driving and said , “Essentially everyone’s training the network all the time, is what it amou...
Rhode Island's Renewable Energy Goal a Beacon for Other S...
Early in July, Rhode Island’s governor signed legislation mandating that the state acquire 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2033. Amongst th...
Rhode Island’s Renewable Energy Goal Is a Beacon for Othe...
Early in July, Rhode Island’s governor signed legislation mandating that the state acquire 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2033. Amo...
Inventor of AT&T’s Datakit, the First Virtual Connection ...
Alexander “Sandy” Fraser Developer of the first virtual circuit network switch Fellow, 85; died 13 June Fraser developed the Datakit , the first virtual circ...
Sharp Healthcare, Sanford Health first to join Dandelion ...
Sharp HealthCare, a leading healthcare systems serving San Diego, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based Sanford Health, the largest rural health system in the ...
Leveraging the cloud and AI to transform the patient expe...
Whether they are about mental health, COVID, general health concerns or any number of other issues, healthcare provider organizations constantly are managing...
Baidu’s PaddlePaddle Spins AI up to Industrial Applications
TensorFlow, PyTorch and Keras: those three deep learning frameworks have dominated AI for years even as newer entrants gain steam. But one framework you don’...
The Radical Scope of Tesla’s Data Hoard
You won’t see a single Tesla cruising the glamorous beachfront in Beidaihe, China, this summer. Officials banned Elon Musk’s popular electric cars from the r...
Solar-to-Jet-Fuel System Readies for Take-Off
As climate change edges from crisis to emergency, the aviation sector looks set to miss its 2050 goal of net-zero emissions. In the five years preceding the ...
Solar-to-Jet-Fuel System Readies for Takeoff
As climate change edges from crisis to emergency, the aviation sector looks set to miss its 2050 goal of net-zero emissions. In the five years preceding the ...
How AI Conferences Can Foster a Responsible Research Culture
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Creating successful AI and ML plans
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Why Studying Bats Might Yield Insights into Human Life Ex...
Few fields of endeavor have advanced as swiftly as bioinformatics over the past couple of decades. Just 25 years ago, the human genome was still largely a my...
Surfacing the right data at the right time and place
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Review: Snowflake aces Python machine learning
Last year I wrote about  eight databases that support in-database machine learning . In-database machine learning is important because it brings the machine ...
Using artificial intelligence to control digital manufact...
A new computer vision system watches the 3D printing process and adjusts velocity and printing path to avoid errors. Training the system in simulation, resea...
Proposed Amendment to the IEEE Constitution on the Ballot
At its November 2021 meeting, the IEEE Board of Directors voted to propose an amendment to the IEEE Constitution , Article XIV—Amendments. The proposed amend...
Wall-Climbing Robot Shelves to Keep You Organized
I don’t know about you, but being stuck at home during the pandemic made me realize two things. Thing the first: My entire life is disorganized. And thing th...
In Germany, a digital hospital takes shape
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What V2G Tells Us About EVs and the Grid
As the number of electric vehicles on the world’s roads explodes, electric utilities are grappling with increasing demand while simultaneously having to stab...
Q&A: Why mental health chatbots need strict safety guardr...
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FLI July 2022 Newsletter
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AI-powered telehealth improves PT care at Essen Health Care
Essen Health Care, a medical group in New York City, has a Center of Excellence for Pain with physical therapy, pain specialists, neurology and orthopedic sp...
Navigating the Great Resignation and Changing Client Demands
With IP law firms under increasing pressure to meet client expectations faster and more efficiently, many practices are turning to creative workflow solution...
Fiddler crab eye view inspires researchers to develop nov...
Artificial vision systems are implemented in motion sensing, object detection, and self-driving vehicles. However, they are not suitable for changing externa...
The Unsung Inventor Who Chased the LED Rainbow
Walk through half a football field’s worth of low partitions, filing cabinets, and desks. Note the curved mirrors hanging from the ceiling, the better to vie...
The Fall and Rise of Russian Electronic Warfare
A month into Russia’s invasion, Ukrainian troops stumbled upon a nondescript shipping container at an abandoned Russian command post outside Kyiv. They did n...
Covert Actions Heighten Ukraine’s Nuclear Peril
In March, when Russia seized Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia power plant—Europe’s largest—the actions veered dangerously close to nuclear disaster . National Public R...
Video Friday: Grip Anything
Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum robotics. We also post a weekly calendar of upco...
Will a Baby Born Today Grow up to Live Like the Jetsons?
“The Jetsons” premiered on ABC on 23 September 1962. Set 100 years in the future, the animated comedy series followed the Jetson family—George and Jane and t...
U.S. Passes Landmark Act to Fund Semiconductor Manufacturing
Legislation aimed at increasing semiconductor manufacturing in the United States has finally passed both houses of Congress, following a multiyear journey th...
How to help assembly-line robots shift gears and pick up ...
A University of Washington team created a new tool that can design a 3D-printable passive gripper and calculate the best path to pick up an object. The team ...
NASA Sending Two More Helicopters to Mars
NASA has announced a conceptual mission architecture for the Mars Sample Return (MSR) program , and it’s a pleasant surprise. The goal of the proposed progra...
The Richer They Get, the More Meat They Eat
“Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution,” the eminent geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky wrote in 1973. That goes for the human diet. ...
Turing Award Winner On His Pioneering Algorithms
Jack Dongarra ’s dream job growing up was to teach science at a public high school in Chicago. “I was pretty good in math and science, but I wasn’t a particu...
Necrobotics: Dead Spiders Reincarnated as Robot Grippers
Bugs have long taunted roboticists with how utterly incredible they are. Astonishingly mobile, amazingly efficient, super robust, and in some cases, literall...
Micron Is First to Deliver 3D Flash Chips With More Than ...
Boise, Idaho–based memory manufacturer Micron Technology says it has reached volume production of a 232-layer NAND flash-memory chip. It’s the first such chi...
Weave Your Own Apollo-Era Memory
The spacecraft that took men to the surface of the moon and back relied on computers that pushed the state of the art when they were built. Designed by MIT, ...
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