Researchers have discovered the most precise way to control individual ions using holographic optical engineering…
“Programmable matter” technique could enable product designers to churn out prototypes with ease
More than 90% of users don’t know if their mobile wallet is potentially compromised; now, there’s an app for that
Automated search for “various situations” encountered in automated driving
UC Irvine’s Michael Franz made just-in-time compilation practical for billions of web users daily
German Science Council recommends an investment of 54.2 million Euro to build the research building OPTICUM
Software using artificial intelligence, AI, is revolutionizing how microscopy images are analysed. For instance, AI…
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Despite virtual reality (VR) technology being more affordable than ever, developers have yet to achieve…
Physicists have spent 20 years trying to more precisely measure the so-called “magnetic moment” of subatomic particles called muons. Findings published this week call into question long-standing assumptions of particle physics.
Biomedical scientists are increasingly using deconvolution methods, those used to computationally analyze the composition of…
A Cranfield-led consortium has won funding that will look into the cyber security risks posed…
Elephants have plenty of habitat if spared from the ivory trade, new research shows
Aho and Ullman developed tools and seminal textbooks used by millions of software programmers
The Safety PoolTM Scenario Database, the largest public repository of scenarios for testing autonomous vehicles in the world, has been launched today by WMG at the University of Warwick, and Deepen AI
Automatic tracking of cells in microscope videos will contribute to basic life science research and drug discovery by easily analyzing critical cellular activities
Software will use machine learning to optimize performance of regional transportation corridors
Wellness programs for health care workers emphasize self-care; they’re overlooking a huge contributor to burnout: Patient records
Arash Ajoudani leads the Human-Robot Interfaces and physical Interaction Lab at the Italian Institute of Technology. According to the IEEE RAS experts, he contributed to the theory and technology of (ergonomic) human-robot collaboration and telerobotics.
Early diagnosis enabled by identifying syndrome based on thumb movements through machine leaning
Engineer developing software to predict emotional stress from wearable and Internet of Things tech
Simulating the interactions between atoms and molecules is important for many scientific studies. However, accurate…
The Cultural Landscapes Scanner pilot project will exploit Artificial Intelligence to detect the archaeological heritage of the subsoil. The project will last three years and will be carried out by IIT in collaboration with the European Space Agency
Novice gamers benefit most from neurostimulation while training
The AI-based system photographs the embryos every five minutes, processes the data of their development and notifies any anomalies observed. This increases the likelihood of choosing the most viable and healthy early-stage embryo for IVF procedures.
Food production is a complex process involving the careful monitoring and management of raw materials,…
Researchers at Osaka University use machine learning to enhance the ability of a mixed-reality mobile viewer to digitally remove obstructions and add greenery, which may improve sustainable architecture and urban planning
Wits University astrophysicists are the only two scientists on African continent that contributed to the study.
Yu-Xiang Wang receives a prestigious Early CAREER Award from National Science Foundation to advance differential privacy applications
With support from Amazon and the National Science Foundation, Michigan State researchers are helping artificial intelligence understand fairness
Researchers at Osaka University study the expressiveness of android faces using motion capture cameras and identify ways in which they still lack the complexity of real human reactions, which may help guide future robot design
Deep-learning technique optimizes the arrangement of sensors on a robot’s body to ensure efficient operation.
Scientists developed a decision support system that relies on expert opinion to prevent anemia in patients with kidney disease
The 2nd International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems and Control (CPS&C’2021) will be held on June 29 – July 2, 2021.
Researchers are developing new autonomous technologies that can help people check that isolated elderly family members are okay.
Wireless sensing technology could help improve patients’ technique with inhalers and insulin pens
Cutting-edge 3D scanners have been put to the test by researchers from the University of…
Multidisciplinary project will use dendritic tags to enable food traceability any point in the supply chain
$7.8 million from NIH will fund development of a closed-loop system to monitor and adjust for multiple functions, use wireless monitoring
New technique speeds up calculations of drug molecules’ binding affinity to proteins.
Cutting-edge CAV technology to optimize vehicle performance, efficiency
$7.5 million Department of Defense project to create a ‘super camera’
Women sent the first computer into space and programmed some of the 1970’s most iconic computer games; nevertheless, women are invisible in both the history and culture of computer science
Tokyo, Japan – Scientists from the Institute of Industrial Science at The University of Tokyo…
A new method called tensor holography could enable the creation of holograms for virtual reality, 3D printing, medical imaging, and more — and it can run on a smartphone.
One of the most classic algorithmic problems deals with calculating the shortest path between two…
“Great app with a certain addictiveness,” writes a user in the Google Play Store about…
How health care systems might perform under multiple disasters and multiple waves of COVID-19
A European Horizon 2020 project coordinated by Professor Cristina Pronello of the Politecnico di Torino, brings together 34 partners around the world to find concrete solutions to the changing demand for skills in the work