A team led by researchers at Johns Hopkins University developed a way to produce clear images of anyone's internal anatomy, no matter their skin tone.
Johns Hopkins University Hub From ACM TechNews | October 16, 2023
Several companies have started marketing "live-captioning glasses" to help hearing-impaired users communicate by overlaying real-time transcribed speech on the...Scientific American From ACM TechNews | October 13, 2023
A team led by researchers at China's Huazhong University of Science and Technology developed a self-configuring optical chip for applications requiring optical...Optica From ACM TechNews | October 13, 2023
A team of Disney Research scientists last week unveiled a bipedal robotic character combining a child-size frame with stubby legs, wiggling antennae, and an expressive...IEEE Spectrum From ACM TechNews | October 13, 2023
A study by independent U.K. biologist Sholto David found that artificial intelligence can identify image manipulation in research papers faster and more accurately...Nature From ACM TechNews | October 12, 2023
A proof-of-concept sensor for millimeter wave radars can detect vibrations 1,000 times smaller and target-position changes 100 times smaller than a strand of human...UC Davis News Center From ACM TechNews | October 12, 2023
U.K. computer scientist and 2019 ACM A.M. Turing Award recipient Geoffrey Hinton said advanced artificial intelligence (AI), for all its promise, could conceivably...CBS News From ACM TechNews | October 11, 2023
Software can identify complex hidden emotions by mapping facial features and evaluating the intensities of multiple facial expressions.
University of Bristol News (U.K.) From ACM TechNews | October 11, 2023
A multilingual app developed by researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design aims to use gamification to help ward off dementia in older adults...Singapore University of Technology and Design From ACM TechNews | October 10, 2023
Researchers applied a new segmentation network trained by point annotations and synthetically produced image-segmentation pairs to microscopy images.
NYU Tandon School of Engineering From ACM TechNews | October 10, 2023
Scientists at the U.K.'s University of Oxford three-dimensionally (3D)-printed human neural cells to emulate the cerebral cortex's architecture.
University of Oxford (U.K.) From ACM TechNews | October 6, 2023