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Concerned About Connected Car Privacy? Bluetooth Sensors Used to Track Traffic 
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Concerned About Connected Car Privacy? Bluetooth Sensors Used to Track Traffic 

One big promise of the connected car revolution has been the potential to help clear up traffic problems.

DARPA Calls for Post-Moore Ideas
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DARPA Calls for Post-Moore Ideas

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Electronics Resurgence Initiative aims to cultivate partnerships and advance progress of post-Moore's Law technologies...

Opening the Lid on Criminal Sentencing Software
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Opening the Lid on Criminal Sentencing Software

Researchers are using machine learning to train computers to build statistical models that can predict future criminal behavior.

Who Will Control the Swarm?
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Who Will Control the Swarm?

Researchers at Stanford University believe future device swarms will operate via centralized management.

Bikes May Have to Talk to Self-Driving Cars for Safety's Sake
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Bikes May Have to Talk to Self-Driving Cars for Safety's Sake

Researchers envision bicycles communicating with autonomous vehicles so the latter can predict cyclists' movements.

IARPA Announces Map of the World Challenge for Satellite Imagery
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IARPA Announces Map of the World Challenge for Satellite Imagery

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has launched the functional Map of the World Challenge.

The Emerging Science of Computational Psychiatry
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The Emerging Science of Computational Psychiatry

Machine learning, data mining, and artificial intelligence are revolutionizing the study and understanding of mental illness.

Pittsburgh Gets a Tech Makeover
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Pittsburgh Gets a Tech Makeover

In 2015, Monocle magazine, a favorite read of the global hipsterati, published an enthusiastic report on Lawrenceville, the former blue-collar neighborhood here...

How Checkers Was Solved
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How Checkers Was Solved

The story of a duel between two men, one who dies, and the nature of the quest to build artificial intelligence.

Robot Physical Therapist Helps People Walk Again After a Stroke
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Robot Physical Therapist Helps People Walk Again After a Stroke

A new smart harness uses artificial intelligence to help people regain their mobility following certain neurological injuries.

MIT Research Could Make Neural Networks Portable
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MIT Research Could Make Neural Networks Portable

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers are developing a neural network designed specifically to work on mobile devices.

Deer Caught in the Headlights? Your Car May Soon See Them
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Deer Caught in the Headlights? Your Car May Soon See Them

Automakers are working to develop systems that would enable self-driving cars to avoid hitting large animals such as deer.

Mind-Reading Computer Moves Closer to Reality
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Mind-Reading Computer Moves Closer to Reality

Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have developed a mind-reading program that deciphers symbols that people have viewed.

Beijing Wants AI to Be Made in China by 2030
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Beijing Wants AI to Be Made in China by 2030

The country laid out a development plan on Thursday to become the world leader in A.I. by 2030.

New Algorithm, Metrics Improve Autonomous Underwater Vehicles' Energy Efficiency
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New Algorithm, Metrics Improve Autonomous Underwater Vehicles' Energy Efficiency

Researchers have built a framework for autonomous underwater vehicles that enables the machines to plan energy-efficient trajectories.

Titan Simulations Show Importance of Close Two-Way Coupling Between Human and Earth Systems
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Titan Simulations Show Importance of Close Two-Way Coupling Between Human and Earth Systems

Researchers have used supercomputers to integrate massive codes that combine physical and biological processes in the Earth system with feedback from human activity...

Hybrid Approach Optimizes Grid
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Hybrid Approach Optimizes Grid

Researchers at Lehigh University's Optimization and Machine Learning research group and IBM Research have made progress in solving optimal smart grid power flow...

Artificial Intelligence Helps Scientists Map Behavior in the Fruit Fly Brain
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Artificial Intelligence Helps Scientists Map Behavior in the Fruit Fly Brain

Scientists have used artificial intelligence technology to make 100 billion annotations of behavior from 400,000 fruit flies.

Research Makes Robots Better at Following Spoken Instructions
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Research Makes Robots Better at Following Spoken Instructions

Researchers at Brown University have developed a system designed to help robots better follow spoken instructions.
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