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Temperature Sensors — Now You See Them, Now You Don't
You may not know it, but temperature sensors are present throughout many of the daily tasks in our lives
Experiment Shows How to Eavesdrop on Terahertz Frequencies
If you position yourself between a stationary transmitter and receiver, it’s possible to deflect signals and steal information
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak on Smart Watches, Motivati...
Steve Wozniak, speaking at a Samsung event, admits that he once faked out tech historians
Apple Cofounder Steve Wozniak on Smart Watches, Motivatin...
Steve Wozniak, speaking at a Samsung event, admits that he once faked out tech historians
Hospitals Roll Out AI Systems to Keep Patients From Dying...
Septic shock kills 50 percent of people who are affected—Sepsis Watch could save their lives
Arm Moving the Needle in Automotive
Without safety, there is no future for autonomous driving
Are Engineers Educated?
Or are they merely trained?
Graphene Printing Technique "Silk Screens" Flexible Elect...
Graphene-based remote epitaxy enables inexpensive copying of gallium arsenide and gallium nitride chips
A Q&A With Micron Technology’s Memory Mastermind
Gurtej Sandhu has propelled Moore’s Law with his innovations, and is now looking at what’s beyond
How Solar-Powered, Mobile Water Purifiers Can Help Cities...
Quench Water & Solar is selling its solar-powered water purifiers to private owners as U.S. cities wrestle with clean drinking water issues
Explore the World’s Coolest Robots, All in One Place
New IEEE site features 200 robots from 19 countries with hundreds of photos, videos, and interactives to get people excited about robotics and STEM
How Political Campaigns Weaponize Social Media Bots
Analysis of computational propaganda in the 2016 U.S. presidential election reveals the reach of bots
Tang family gift supports MIT.nano, MIT Quest for Intelli...
$20 million gift names imaging suite in new facility, creates catalyst fund.
Arm CEO on 5G, the Fifth Wave of Computing, and the Trill...
The future of technology will be brought to you by the number five, say speakers at ARM TechCon
6 deep-dive symposiums at HIMSS Global Conference
HIMSS is accepting speaker proposals for six pre-conference symposiums on Feb. 11 in Orlando. The deadline to submit a proposal is 5 p.m. EST, Oct. 19. ...
Why 2018 is the year of voice tech in healthcare
BOSTON — Voice technologies from Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft and others are catching on in people's daily lives and that's starting to hap...
Nuance dominates radiology speech recognition market, new...
Today, 85 percent of radiologists use a speech recognition system to record their reports while 15 percent continue to dictate a report and send it to a tran...
A Techie's Tour of New York City
Here are some NYC attractions that you won't find in the guidebooks
A Techie’s Tour of New York City
Here are some NYC attractions that you won’t find in the guidebooks
These Researchers Want to Send Smells Over the Internet
Electrical stimulation of cells in the nasal passages produces sweet fragrances and chemical odors
Meet AICAN, a machine that operates as an autonomous artist
An algorithm named AICAN has been 'taught' the entire canon of Western art history – and now produces, titles and sells works of its own.
A step toward personalized, automated smart homes
System that automatically identifies people moving around indoors could enable self-adjusting homes.
IPCC 2018 Special Report Paints Dire — But Not Completely...
On Wednesday, October 10, the panhandle of Florida was struck by Hurricane Michael, which has already claimed over 30 lives and destroyed communities, homes ...
Paul Allen Remembered
The Microsoft cofounder was a different kind of tech billionaire
Boston Dynamics' SpotMini Can Dance Now
A quadruped robot dance-off is inevitable
Why R2D2 could be your child's teacher sooner than you think
Robots in the classroom are highly engaging and motivating for students, and can have a cascading effect on learning across an entire school.
New reservoir computer marks first-ever microelectromecha...
A group of researchers reports the construction of the first reservoir computing device built with a microelectromechanical system. The neural network exploi...
AI-powered perinatal monitoring system cuts newborn inten...
Much has been reported in the media about the maternal mortality crisis in the United States. The U.S. has the highest maternal death rate among the world...
Introducing Our First Chinese Member to the Partnership o...
The Partnership on AI was established to bring together diverse global voices to realize the promises, minimize the challenges, and better understand the imp...
HIMSS Media Insights on Technology Disruption in Healthcare
Sponsor:  Oracle Primary topic:  Analytics Topic:  Analytics Artificial Intelligence Electronic Health Records (EHR, EMR) Resource Central:&nb...
Automated system identifies dense tissue, a risk factor f...
Deep-learning model has been used successfully on patients, may lead to more consistent screening procedures.
AI on a MEMS Device Brings Neuromorphic Computing to the ...
For first time artificial intelligence has been integrated into a MEMS device
Big changes ahead for healthcare, says practical futurist...
Michael Rogers is a self-described "practical futurist." He's "not interested in flying cars," he explained. "I'm interested...
Qualcomm Introduces New Chipsets for 60-Gigahertz Wi-Fi
The chipsets are the first to utilize the new 802.11ay standard
How the Internet of Things Can Save You Money on Insurance
Discounts can be garnered by installing monitoring devices in the smart home or by using telematics to monitor driving habits.
When the line between machine and artist becomes blurred
Later this month, Christie's will be auctioning its first piece of AI art – a portrait created via machine learning.
Evolution is at work in computers as well as life sciences
Artificial intelligence research owes a lot to biology and chemistry.
Eta Compute Debuts Spiking Neural Network Chip for Edge AI
Chip can learn on its own and inference at 100-microwatt scale company says at Arm Tech Con
Under the hammer: artwork by an algorithm is up for aucti...
It might look like an unfinished piece but it's the work of artificial intelligence, the first artwork of its kind to be sold at auction.
3D Print Real Tools, Not Toys
Register to receive two free Markforged sample parts—one printed with standard thermoplastic, and one reinforced with continuous carbon fiber.
Blood Pressure Monitoring Off the Cuff
Cuffless blood pressure monitors could help continuously measure this vital sign
The App that Fights Congestion, Emissions
Maryland transportation engineers develop incenTrip to nudge users toward greener, more efficient travel decisions
Slipshod Cybersecurity for U.S. Defense Dept. Weapons Sys...
After decades of DoD recalcitrance, the Government Accountability Office has given up making recommendations in favor of public shaming
Provost's letter to the faculty about the MIT Stephe...
Letter to the MIT community regarding the MIT Stephen A. ...
FAQ on the newly established MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman Co...
Don’t Sacrifice the Benefits of Millimeter-Wave Equipment...
Remember the Basics on mmWave Measurements
MIT reshapes itself to shape the future
Gift of $350 million establishes the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing, an unprecedented, $1 billion commitment to world-changing breakthroughs ...
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