HPE Servers Powers ABB’s Performance and Reliability
ABB extends service life, reduces costs of critical process control solutions.
Come to Silicon Valley and Learn to Code for Free
That’s the promise of 42, a free school for software engineering
Searching for the Perfect Neuron for AI
Researchers tried out several new devices to get closer to the ideal need for deep learning and neuromorphic computing
Searching for the Perfect Artificial Synapse for AI
Researchers tried out several new devices to get closer to the ideal needed for deep learning and neuromorphic computing
Electrical Pulses Stem Blood Loss From a Hemorrhaging Artery
A test in sheep shows that custom-made electrodes can constrict an injured artery and reduce blood loss
Time-domain Simulation of Electromechanical Sensors and S...
The following article is a summary of OnScale’s webinar discussing how OnScale allows companies to optimize their most demanding sensor and system designs us...
Robot Gift Guide 2018
Over a dozen robots that we promise will make fantastic holiday gifts
From Proof-of-concept to Product: Designs of a MEMS Sensor
In collaboration with Mentor, OnScale presents an article on the meticulous product design of the MEMS pressure sensor, by the industry experts, along with t...
Video Friday: Space Station's New Robot Helper, and More
Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos
Why AI and automation in healthcare is not a choice
Primary topic:  Data Warehousing Primary Topic:  Analytics Additional Topics:  Analytics Data Data Data Management Technology EHR Data Data Ma...
Can technology restore humanity to healthcare?
"At its core, technology would seem to be the antithesis of humanity," said Dr. Chris Derienzo, chief quality officer at Asheville, North Carolina-...
Computers Can Spot the Difference Between Healthy Brains ...
Machine learning algorithms were able to distinguish, with 73% accuracy, neurobiological differences between those with dissociative identity disorder and th...
New Class of Metamaterials Changes Physical Properties in...
Mechanical metamaterials can have their rigidity tuned, offering a new approach to soft robotics
Implant Stimulates Brain from Inside a Blood Vessel
First, the stent electrode listened for brain signals. Now, it talks back
I used facial recognition technology on birds
By looking closely at traits like wing feathers and spot patterns, a computer scientist trained an algorithm to recognize individual woodpeckers.
Delivering Wireless Services From the Sky With USRP and L...
We needed to implement a cost-effective low-altitude aerial testbed that can verify novel wireless communications applications between the airborne node and ...
AI development trends in healthcare – A conversation with...
In a span of about three years, Huiyihuiying (HY) has become a leading company in the development and implementation of AI in the medical sector in China. Th...
Germany’s Federal Network Agency Catches Flak For 5G Rules
Critics say the agency’s proposed coverage obligations “disregard the laws of physics”
DeepMind Achieves Holy Grail: An AI That Can Master Games...
AlphaZero, a general-purpose game-playing system, quickly taught itself to be the best player ever in Go, chess and Shogi
Changing the Landscape of the Insurance Market
How UAVs benefit consumers through faster estimates, quicker response times and faster delivery of benefits
Micrometer-Scale Mechanical Switches Work at Just 50 Mill...
Energy harvesting IoT chips could compute with low power relays
Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame
The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: Roku DVP N1000
Roku succeeded in a chaotic market and despite daunting odds—and then set standards copied by much bigger rivals
The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: Marantz CD-7
A project to build the ultimate CD player hinged on the design of a low-pass filter
The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: Tandy/RadioShack T...
RadioShack hoped PC sales would offset the income decline caused by waning interest in CB radios
The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: Zojirushi Micom El...
The Zojirushi was among the first appliances to use fuzzy logic, and made it almost impossible to ruin a pot of rice
The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: Microsoft Xbox
Xbox was a blindingly spectacular exception in Microsoft’s otherwise mostly dismal record in consumer-oriented hardware
The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame
Here are the stories behind the best gadgets of the past 50 years
Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame Member Experience
Industrial HMI in a package
This webinar will discuss the design environment around RZ/A embedded MPUs including the new RZ/A Software Package.
Highlights From NeurIPS 2018
The Reproducibility Problem: It’s Time For AI Agents to Leave Their Simulated Environments By Jolene Creighton Our world is a complex and vibrant place. It’s...
IHMC Teaches Atlas to Walk Like a Human
Humans walk with straight legs and most robots don't, but IHMC is teaching Atlas to do better
How Will the U.S. Military Use the Hololens on the Front ...
Adapting Microsoft's mixed reality technology to meet soldiers' needs could be challenging, one expert says
Carlos Ghosn, algorithms and ‘gilets jaunes’: becoming re...
What do the Carlos Ghosn scandal, the rising power of algorithms and the "gilets jaunes" have in common? The need to extend the spatial and temporal definiti...
Inside "The Laughing Room"
An artificial intelligence-powered laugh track amuses and unsettles in interactive installations by Jonny Sun.
ASML Developing Next-Gen EUV Lithography
Productivity gains will continue through the next two or three chip generations, but after that we’ll need something bigger and better
Norwegian Telecos Set New Record for Download Speeds in a...
Their goal is to allow passengers to keep streaming videos, even when their train passes through a tunnel
The Montréal Declaration: Why we must develop AI responsibly
The Montréal Declaration calls for the responsible development of artificial intelligence. A world expert explains why scientists must choose how their exper...
The U.S. National Academies Reports on the Prospects for ...
Experts in the field give a hard-headed assessment of just how hard the technology is
We asked artificial intelligence to analyze a graphic nov...
Some AI technologies aren't advanced enough to provide useful insights, but simpler tools can yield new opportunities to explore the humanities.
In Retail’s Shift to Online, The Winner is… Pinball?
Stern Pinball is seeing sales surge as it provides sophisticated new machines for an arcade business renaissance. Meanwhile, new technology is keeping old ma...
This Plant Is Driving Its Own Robot
A robot that can detect a plant's electrochemical signals goes where the plant wants it to go
Stopping a Wildfire with a Low-Cost Sensor Network
Three twenty-somethings—one from Ecuador, one from France, and one from India—teamed up in Silicon Valley to tackle the challenge of spotting a wildfire befo...
Mountain Splendor? Researchers Know Where Your Eyes Will ...
Combining neuroimaging data with deep convolutional neural networks, researchers were able to predict where people would direct their attention and gaze at i...
Artificial Intelligence puts data to work
Primary topic:  Analytics Primary Topic:  Analytics Additional Topics:  Analytics Data Analytics Data Custom Tags:  Analytics Analytics D...
Mountain splendor? Scientists know where your eyes will look
Using precise brain measurements, researchers predicted how people's eyes move when viewing natural scenes, an advance in understanding the human visual syst...
FLI November, 2018 Newsletter
The post FLI November, 2018 Newsletter appeared first on Future of Life Institute .
Jibo Is Probably Totally Dead Now
The pioneering social robot company has sold its IP and assets, meaning that this is pretty much the end
Customization: The New Trend in Manufacturing Technology
Mass production has become hybridized with customization to allow for the production of unique goods at scale.
The Anatomy of mmWave Communications Prototype for 5G Tes...
The role of high-precision test solutions is going to be crucial in early 5G chipset prototyping, development and device design validation.
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