Overview of IEC/UL 62368-1 for Safety of IT & A/V Equipment
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Sailing Through the Data Deluge with Pervasive Optical Co...
Silicon photonics and advanced packaging technologies could result in rapid data center changes.
HIMSS CTIO touches on consumerization of healthcare, inte...
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Racetrack Memory Gets a Boost
With ultrafast pulses, it's possible to write bits in picoseconds—100 times faster than today's technologies
An Energy-Efficient GPS System to Uncover the Secret Live...
This new tracking system developed by researchers in Australia provides more accurate location data by optimizing when a GPS sample is taken
Video Friday: Final Goodbye to Opportunity Rover, and More
Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos
Immersive Learning Reflections from FAT*, Equal Justice I...
The Partnership on AI (PAI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and formulation of best practices on AI, advancing the public’s understanding...
For Micro Robot Insects, Four Wings May Be Better Than Two
An extra pair of wings makes robot insects much easier to control
AI, wearables, interoperability new products at HIMSS19
Health IT vendors galore have been introducing new products this week at HIMSS19. Here is another selection of some of the announcements. Deep learning and v...
Clinicians get performance boost from AI, intelligent app...
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After interoperability: FHIR is the gateway for AI
ORLANDO — HL7’s FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is largely seen as an enabler of health data exchange, which of course it is, b...
Signal Processing: Finding Weakness in Strength
Extracting faint signal data amid powerful measurement interferences may save both time and, in many tech spaces, lives
China Stumbles on Path to Solar Thermal Supremacy
A crash plan to scale up solar thermal power generation struggles amidst overly-ambitious timing and market uncertainty
IBM Watson Health invests $50 million in Brigham and Wome...
IBM Watson Health will make a 10-year, $50 million investment in research collaborations with two separate academic centers – Brigham and Wom...
Giving keener “electric eyesight” to autonomous vehicles
On-chip system that detects signals at sub-terahertz wavelengths could help steer driverless cars through fog and dust.
The first walking robot that moves without GPS
Desert ants are extraordinary solitary navigators. Researchers were inspired by these ants as they designed AntBot, the first walking robot that can explore ...
Getting a grip on human-robot cooperation
There is a time when a successful cooperation between humans and robots has decisive importance: it is in the precise moment that one "actor" is required to ...
Robot Attempts to Navigate As Well As a Tiny Desert Ant
Desert ants can navigate remarkably well with the aid of the sun, a skill that robots are trying to duplicate
IBM Watson Health’s chief health officer talks healthcare...
IBM Watson Health is at the forefront of artificial intelligence in healthcare. The company is tackling a wide array of challenges in the industry, and is wo...
AI in healthcare: Big ethical questions still need answers
ORLANDO – Seemingly overnight, artificial intelligence has found its way into every corner of healthcare, from patient-facing chatbots to imaging inter...
Tech Employees Worry About Layoffs at Tesla, eBay, Snapchat
Meanwhile, those at Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn feel quite secure, according to a survey by social network Blind
3Q: Machine learning and climate modeling
As machine learning expands into climate modeling, EAPS Associate Professor Paul O’Gorman answers what that looks like and why it's important now.
How to use deep learning to write Shakespeare
“Many a true word hath been spoken in jest.” ― William Shakespeare, King Lear To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)
4 Experts Respond to Trump's Executive Order on AI
The new "American AI Initiative" is heavy on bombast, light on specifics
Teaching self-driving cars to predict pedestrian movement
By zeroing in on humans' gait, body symmetry and foot placement, researchers are teaching self-driving cars to recognize and predict pedestrian movements wit...
Sutter Health, others unveil AI tech at HIMSS19
Sutter Health, Ada Health, Innovaccer and QuartzClinical, among others, are introducing at HIMSS19 new technologies or offerings infused with artificial inte...
From the Segregated South to Bell Labs to the AI Frontier
Legendary inventor James West is trying to save lives with a smart stethoscope
Bitfury, Longenesis, MDW bring blockchain to radiology ma...
Blockchain technology specialist Bitfury Group and Longenesis, a partnership between deep learning firm Insilico Medicine and Bitfury, are teaming up with Me...
Robot Melts Its Bones to Change How It Walks
Joints that are reconfigurable on the fly help this small robot avoid obstacles
IBM preps Watson AI services to run on Kubernetes
Two of IBM’s Watson-branded collection of machine-intelligence services will be available to run as standalone applications in the public or private cloud of...
Change Healthcare announces AI for claims management at H...
ORLANDO — Change Healthcare on Tuesday here at HIMSS19 announced its new Claims Lifecycle Artificial Intelligence technology. The new functionality in ...
James E. West backstory
The legendary inventor's latest project is saving lives with a smart stethoscope
Sex robots are here, but laws aren't keeping up with the ...
Intimacy with robots is closer than you think, and cities are already fighting the advent of sexbot brothels. Yet society has barely begun to explore their i...
Trump signs executive order to spur American AI innovation
President Donald Trump on Monday signed the new American AI Initiative, which calls for the federal government to prioritize research and development for mac...
Six MIT researchers elected to the National Academy of En...
Members have made advances in molecular processes, rheology, computer networking, nanocrystalline metals, affective computing, and semiconductor tech.
Using artificial intelligence to engineer materials’ prop...
New system of “strain engineering” can change a material’s optical, electrical, and thermal properties.
3Q: Hamsa Balakrishnan on reimagining the future of trans...
MIT associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics describes the seamless flow of people, things, and materials.
Toward automated animal identification in wildlife research
A new program automatically detects regions of interest within images, alleviating a serious bottleneck in processing photos for wildlife research.
Japan's Roadmap for Flying Cars
A public-private group plans to make flying vehicles into a viable business in 2023
Creating new spaces for art
Professor Judith Barry’s attention-grabbing installations create thought-provoking experiences for viewers.
President Reif calls for federal funding, focused educati...
In Financial Times op-ed, MIT president says higher education must teach students to be “AI bilingual.”
Airbus: People Want and Will Use Urban Air Services
Airbus says air taxis could become a popular transportation option for urbanites
Donald Trump launches Artificial Intelligence Initiative
President Donald Trump signed an executive order launching the “American AI Initiative”, directing federal agencies to officially focus more on artificial in...
Video Friday: Robotic Gecko Gripper, and More
Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos
At StartMIT, students gain advice for building a successf...
“The purpose of a business should be to solve real problems for real customers,” says MIT Professor Hari Balakrishnan, cofounder of Cambridge Mobile Telematics.
LipPass Authenticates Users Based On the Way They Move Th...
A new user verification system for phones relies on the unique way a person moves his or her lips
Psychology: Robot saved, people take the hit
To what extent are people prepared to show consideration for robots? A new study suggests that, under certain circumstances, some people are willing to endan...
Letter regarding the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing ...
Hey, Siri: Read My Lips
Silent speech recognition enables covert communication
Remotely Operated Home Robot Can Do Your Laundry
In Japan, you'll be able to rent a home robot that someone else occasionally inhabits to fold your clothes
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