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Younger Drivers Benefit More from Crash Avoidance Tech
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Younger Drivers Benefit More from Crash Avoidance Tech

Crash avoidance systems, especially those with automatic emergency braking, reduce major insurance claims for drivers under 25 years old more so than for older...

Researchers Awarded $4.5 Million to Develop Non-GPS Location Finder
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Researchers Awarded $4.5 Million to Develop Non-GPS Location Finder

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has awarded the University of Central Florida a $4.5 million grant to develop an AI and machine learning-based vision navigation...

Algorithm Finds Personalized Sound Zones in Cars for Driver, Passengers
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Algorithm Finds Personalized Sound Zones in Cars for Driver, Passengers

Researchers from Stellantis and Laboratoire d'Acoustique de l'Universite du Mans have developed an algorithm that makes personalized sound zones in vehicles a reality...

Model That Predicts How to Build Muscle Could Become a Software Product
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Model That Predicts How to Build Muscle Could Become a Software Product

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed a mathematical model that can predict the optimum exercise regime for building muscle, and could form...

Twitter's Bug Bounty Competition Aims to Find Biased Algorithms
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Twitter's Bug Bounty Competition Aims to Find Biased Algorithms

Twitter has enrolled external researchers in a algorithm bias bounty competition to find hidden biases in its own algorithms.

AI Helps Vehicles Detect Potholes in Real-Time
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AI Helps Vehicles Detect Potholes in Real-Time

A research team at led by Seungki Ryu of the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology has developed an AI-based system that automatically detects...

84% of Tech Workers Report Their Products Aren't Inclusive
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84% of Tech Workers Report Their Products Aren't Inclusive

A report on inclusivity in tech from the Capgemini Research Institute reveals that 84% of all tech employees say their products are not inclusive.

MLB to Test Electronic System for Catchers to Give Signals to Pitchers
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MLB to Test Electronic System for Catchers to Give Signals to Pitchers

Major League Baseball will begin testing new technology next month that allows catchers in the Low-A West minor leagues to electronically communicate signals to...

Behind the Scenes: A Day in the Life of a Freelance JavaScript Developer
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Behind the Scenes: A Day in the Life of a Freelance JavaScript Developer

Being a developer requires more than just being good at coding. Here's how one full-stack developer gets the job done.

Finger Wrap Can Power Electronics While You Sleep
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Finger Wrap Can Power Electronics While You Sleep

Engineers at the University of California San Diego developed a thin, flexible strip that can be worn on a fingertip and generate small amounts of electricity when...

Brain-Computer Interface Enables Ability to 'Feel' Virtual Objects
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Brain-Computer Interface Enables Ability to 'Feel' Virtual Objects

Johns Hopkins researchers have demonstrated the ability to "feel" virtual objects in a mixed-reality environment as part of a study exploring new modes of perception...

How To Improve the Virtual Classroom
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How To Improve the Virtual Classroom

Researchers examined faculty and student attitudes towards online learning and possible avenues for improvement.

Peanut the Waiter Robot Is Proof That Your Job Is Safe
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Peanut the Waiter Robot Is Proof That Your Job Is Safe

Restaurants are struggling to hire people, so one Jersey Shore grill employed a machine. It confirms that humans remain indispensable.

Google, Hospital Chain Partner in Push to Boost Efficiency
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Google, Hospital Chain Partner in Push to Boost Efficiency

The companies hope to develop algorithms to "empower physicians, nurses, and others with workflow tools, analysis and alerts on their mobile devices to help clinicians...

Microsoft Adapts OpenAI's GPT-3 to Automatically Write Code
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Microsoft Adapts OpenAI's GPT-3 to Automatically Write Code

Microsoft unveiled new tools for automatically generating computer code and formulas, in a new adaptation of GPT-3 natural-language technology.

Tiny Wireless, Injectable Chips Use Ultrasound to Monitor Body Processes
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Tiny Wireless, Injectable Chips Use Ultrasound to Monitor Body Processes

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have built a single-chip implantable or injectable medical device with a total volume of less than 0.1 mm3.

Creators of Augmented Reality App Invite Time Travel Tour of LA
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Creators of Augmented Reality App Invite Time Travel Tour of LA

Developers of the ReplayAR augmented reality app invite users to time travel through vintage Los Angeles.

It's True. Everyone IS Multitasking on Their Video Calls
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It's True. Everyone IS Multitasking on Their Video Calls

A Microsoft study finds that remote workers multitask more frequently during videoconferences when the group is large and the meeting runs long.

IBM's Project CodeNet Aimed at Teaching AI to Code
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IBM's Project CodeNet Aimed at Teaching AI to Code

IBM has announced Project CodeNet, a large open-source dataset that aims to help teach AI how to understand and even write code.

Teens, Tech, and Mental Health: Study Finds No Link
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Teens, Tech, and Mental Health: Study Finds No Link

A study from the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge finds little evidence for an increased association between adolescents' technology engagement...
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