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Stanford Launches AI-Powered TV News Analyzer
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Stanford Launches AI-Powered TV News Analyzer

Researchers have launched an interactive tool powered by artificial intelligence that enables the public to search cable TV news transcripts and compute the screen...

Machine Learning Method From Stanford, with Toyota Researchers, Could Supercharge Battery Development for Electric Vehicles
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Machine Learning Method From Stanford, with Toyota Researchers, Could Supercharge Battery Development for Electric Vehicles

Researchers have developed a machine learning technique that reduces battery testing times by 98%—a step toward longer-lasting, faster-charging batteries for electric...

Stanford Researchers Develop Technique to See Objects Hidden Around Corners
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Stanford Researchers Develop Technique to See Objects Hidden Around Corners

Stanford University researchers have developed laser-based imaging technology that can produce images of objects hidden from view around corners.

Stanford-Led Artificial Intelligence Index Tracks Emerging Field
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Stanford-Led Artificial Intelligence Index Tracks Emerging Field

A Stanford University-led team has launched the AI Index, the first index to track the state of artificial intelligence.

Algorithms Can Determine a Neighborhood's Political Leanings By Its Cars
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Algorithms Can Determine a Neighborhood's Political Leanings By Its Cars

Researchers at Stanford University have developed algorithms that can determine where a neighborhood's political allegiances lie by analyzing the cars on its streets...

Stanford Algorithm Can Diagnose Pneumonia Better Than Radiologists
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Stanford Algorithm Can Diagnose Pneumonia Better Than Radiologists

A new deep-learning algorithm that evaluates chest x-rays for signs of disease and can outperform radiologists at diagnosing pneumonia.

Stanford Scholars, Researchers Discuss Key Ethical Questions Self-Driving Cars Present
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Stanford Scholars, Researchers Discuss Key Ethical Questions Self-Driving Cars Present

Stanford University scholars discuss the challenging ethical ramifications of driverless vehicles.

Stanford Researchers Create Deep Learning Algorithm That Could Boost Drug Development
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Stanford Researchers Create Deep Learning Algorithm That Could Boost Drug Development

A new type of deep learning, known as one-shot learning, could be used to help drug development because it only requires a small number of data points.

Smartphone Speech Recognition Can Write Text Messages Three Times Faster Than Human Typing
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Smartphone Speech Recognition Can Write Text Messages Three Times Faster Than Human Typing

Smartphone speech recognition software gets a bad rap. Most users find the nascent technology to be frustratingly slow, and there are entire blogs dedicated to...

Stanford's Robotic Audi to Brave Pikes Peak Without a Driver
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Stanford's Robotic Audi to Brave Pikes Peak Without a Driver

A team of researchers at the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) has filled the trunk of an Audi TTS with computers and GPS receivers, transforming...
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