Why Russia is Building Its Own Internet
The Kremlin has a bold plan to protect itself from “possible external influence”
ONC: 3 societal factors making AI 'promising and doable' ...
Artificial intelligence has been hyped as much, if not more, than just about any other major technological advancement in recent history — and that is ...
Small but fast: A miniaturized origami-inspired robot com...
The milliDelta robot integrates a new microfabrication technique with high-performance composite materials that can incorporate flexural joints and bending a...
Court Software No Better Than Mechanical Turks at Predict...
Humans who looked at just two variables performed just as well as commercial software that examined 137
Harvard's milliDelta Robot Is Tiny and Scary Fast
It may be small, but it's one of the fastest moving robots we've ever seen
AI funding tops $1 billion mark as mobile investments wane
Total corporate funding for healthcare technology companies climbed to $8.2 billion (including debt and public market financing) in 2017 – a whopping 4...
Will U.S. Corporations Ever Take Cybersecurity Seriously?
Incentives still haven’t reached a tipping point, but Europe's new data protection regulation might help
Quick quick slow is no-go in crab courtship dance
Female fiddler crabs are sensitive to changes in the speed of a male's courtship display, significantly preferring displays that accelerate to those that are...
Stanford's AI Predicts Death for Better End-of-Life Care
Deep learning AI is helping screen for ill patients who could benefit from having end-of-life conversations earlier
5 Tips to Keeping your Test Assets Up to Date
Measurement accuracy and reliability depends on you, the test asset user.
Plasma Etching Lithium Niobate on an Optoelectronic Chip
A new approach promises to introduce lithium niobate to optoelectronics
Efficient Development of Electrical Drives Using Model-ba...
This webinar is ‘hands-on’ and aimed at engineers who want to design, develop and understand modern AC drives. As such, the webinar is designed to significan...
KIT's ARMAR-6 Humanoid Will Help Humans Fix Other Robots
Need a hand? This humanoid robot can help
No evidence to support link between violent video games a...
Researchers have found no evidence to support the theory that video games make players more violent.
AI continues healthcare inroads, with new offerings from ...
Startups from around the world are innovating in the ways artificial intelligence can be brought to bear in the healthcare space, with clinical, financial an...
CES 2018: 5G News and Nuggets
Panelists predicted a speedy transition to 5G and an explosion of cloud services
Computer-aided facial analysis helps diagnosis
In rare diseases, the computer-aided image analysis of patient portraits can facilitate and significantly improve diagnosis. This has been demonstrated on th...
‘Earworm Melodies with Strange Aspects’ – What Happens Wh...
On January 12th, the first full length, main stream album co-written by artificial intelligence was released. Researchers belie the collaboration could lead ...
Microdrones That Cooperate to Transport Objects Could Be ...
Teams of small quadrotors use just a camera and IMU to help each other transport cargo
CES 2018: Tech Industry Leaders Talk DACA, H1-B
Immigrant engineers create jobs, they don’t take them from U.S. citizens, CES panelists say
CES 2018: The Rise of Drones
Learn about new drones, smart home gadgets, and mesh networks in this live broadcast from the CES show floor
CES 2018: Waiting for the $100 Lidar
Spinning buckets are giving way to small, cheap, distributed laser sensors
Can Math Predict What You Will Do Next?
Researchers consider how math and machine learning can help predict human behavior.
Stingray soft robot could lead to bio-inspired robotics
Bioengineers have developed a tissue-based soft robot that mimics the biomechanics of a stingray. The new technology could lead to advances in bio-inspired r...
Three EECS professors join leadership team
Saman Amarasinghe and Joel Voldman are named associate department heads; Nancy Lynch is associate department head for strategic directions, a new post.
CES 2018: The Best—and the Craziest—Gadgets of the Show
Autonomous luggage, personal airbags, and a machine that folds clothes caught this reporter's attention
CES 2018: Active HDMI Cables and Harmony in the Smart Home
At CES, product engineer Ali Aboosaidi talks about audio/video trends and compatibility between smart devices
Video Friday: Honda's Huggable Robot, New Artificial Musc...
Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos
GM Says: Look, Ma, No Steering Wheel
GM's Cruise claims that by 2019, it'll offer rides in a car that has no steering wheel or pedals
CES 2018: Delivery Robots are Full-Time Employees at a La...
Checking in on Savioke’s Relay robots in Las Vegas—not on the CES floor, but at the Renaissance Hotel, where they are hard at work
HIMSS18 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for ...
Artificial intelligence and machine learning gained a lot of traction in healthcare in 2017 — and not as buzzwords hinting at some future state. Plenty...
CES 2018: Zero Mass Wants to Get Water Off the Grid and O...
Move over solar, Zero Mass Water thinks there’s room on the roof for a new kind of panel—one that creates water from sun and air
Cleanliness is Close to Godliness for Carbon Nanotubes
A process for eliminating impurities from CNTs provides a method for measuring their electrical resistance
Value-based care will reinvigorate EHRs, boost AI, advanc...
The state of value-based reimbursement efforts has been uncertain. Many healthcare organizations are indeed pursuing newer strategies to replace traditional ...
NTT Data expands clinical AI, natural language processing...
NTT Data Services has partnered with Pieces Technologies, a developer of clinical artificial intelligence software, with the aim of helping hospitals improve...
100,000 IoT Sensors Monitor a 1,400-Kilometer Canal in China
Sensors installed along China’s South-to-North Water Diversion Project track water quality, watch for intruders, and detect structural damage
Leverage AI to revolutionize and advance healthcare
What is Intel doing in the area of artificial intelligence/machine learning? Artificial intelligence is causing a technological revolution. Intel recognizes ...
CES 2018: A Lesson in Network Redundancy
At CES, telecom expert Joe Lillie talks about how to connect millions of new gadgets
CES 2018: Misty Robotics Introduces Misty I, a Mobile Rob...
From the creators of Sphero, this robot is designed to allow non-robotics programmers to create useful applications
New Nanotweezers Blend Plasmonics With Magnetic Microrobots
These nanotweezers can move through liquids to pick up and release nanoscale particles
CES 2018: Phantom Auto Demonstrates First Remote-Controll...
A remote pilot drives a Lincoln MKZ past Vegas casinos from his desk in Mountain View
Robotic implants spur tissue regeneration inside the body
An implanted, programmable medical robot can gradually lengthen tubular organs by applying traction forces -- stimulating tissue growth in stunted organs wit...
Electrical-to-Optical and Optical-to-Electrical Converter...
This application note covers some of the measurements of interest, setup considerations, possible measurement performance, and examples of measurement proced...
AI Should Provide a Shared Benefit for as Many People as ...
Shared Benefit Principle: AI technologies should benefit and empower as many people as possible. Today, the combined wealth of the eight richest people in th...
CES 2018: What Happens to Your Phone Will Be the Least In...
Autonomous vehicles, voice-controlled everything, robotics, and virtual reality will be transformed by next-generation cellular
Making the internet of things possible with a new breed o...
Easily printable, organic thin films can retain data for more than 10 years without power, work with low voltages -- and become the building block of future ...
Artificial muscles power up with new gel-based robotics
Scientists are one step closer to artificial muscles. Orthotics have come a long way, yet innovation lapsed when it came to compensating for muscle power -- ...
Robotic weeders: To a farm near you?
The future of weeding is here, and it comes in the form of a robot. Specialty crops such as lettuce, broccoli, tomatoes, and onions may be the first to benefit.
How PR robots are changing the face of banking
Next generation finance bots are incredibly sophisticated.
CES 2018: Look to the Processor, not the Display, for TV ...
Samsung, LG, Panasonic, and TCL look to better processors and AI to move TV tech forward in 2018
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