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Neural Network Mimics Human Brain to Reveal Rapid Material Classification
University of Tokyo researchers develop machine learning in a step toward making Star Trek’s tricord...
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Protecting the Internet of Your Body from Hackers
Wearables and implanted devices are the future, but run the risk of remote attacks.
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Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Maps Ocean Plankton
Independent underwater machines can travel and study where humans can't reach.
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Introducing the Backflipping Mini Cheetah Robot
MIT's newest robot is springy and light on its feet, with a range of motion that rivals a champion g...
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Spider Silk for Robotic Muscles
One of the strongest materials for it's weight, spider silk could be ideal for artificial muscles.
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The Future of Medicine is at the Nanoscale
Nanotechnology shows a great deal of promise for medicine, from drug delivery to health monitoring.
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A Little Rover that Defied the Odds: Farewell, Opportunity
NASA's Opportunity rover mission is at an end after almost 15 years exploring the surface of Mars.
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Jenga-Playing Robot Might Build Your Next Smartphone
New machine-learning strategy helps robot learn by touch as well as visual cues.
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Improved Firefighting Robots Help Save Lives
New design for firefighting robots helps them maneuver and assist human firefighters.
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3D Print Self-Healing Rubber Into Objects that Fix Themselves
Why not let cracked or broken objects fix themselves?
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The Uncommon Engineer Talks Decoding Memory
Latest podcast episode features neuro engineer Annabelle Singer discussing Alzheimer’s, memory and n...
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How Do You Count Every Solar Panel in the U.S.? Machine Learning and a Billion Satellite Images
Stanford’s DeepSolar project uses an algorithm to examine satellite images and identify solar instal...
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Fidget Spinners Could Change Blood Testing in Healthcare
Rather than an expensive centrifuge, fidget spinners could enable affordable blood testing in the de...
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Concussion Monitoring in the Palm of Your Hand
New smartphone app easily and accurately monitors signs of concussion.
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Traffic Crash Assessment is Faster and More Accurate with Drones
Using drones to assess traffic accident sites can clear roads faster and prevent secondary accidents...
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Why Your Artificial Intelligence Thinks a Polar Bear Looks Like a Can Opener
How smart is the form of artificial intelligence known as a deep learning computer network?
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Tech Trends 2019: Driverless Cars, Artificial Intelligence & Augmented Reality
Autonomous vehicles and ADAS continue to grow, AI is in everything and AR is everywhere.
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Transformative Technology at CES 2019
Consumer Electronics Show features robots, AR/VR AI, IoT, smart cities and self-driving and more.
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Reverse Engineer 3D Models to Create Customized Design
MIT developed system breaks complex designs into modifiable shapes for custom manufacturing and 3D p...
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Should Santa Wear a Flame Retardant Suit?
Saint Nick faces a host of hazards during the holiday season, including the dying embers in your fir...
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