Keyword: AR/​AI

AR/​AI

Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
Exoskeleton legs are capable of thinking and making control decisions on their own using artificial intelligence technology.
Briefs: Imaging
The ultra-compact, wearable hologram sensor immediately notifies the user of volatile gas detection.
Briefs: AR/AI
Researchers are using a standard RGB digital camera to accurately monitor soil moisture.
Question of the Week: AR/AI
Does A.I. Need to Be Able to ‘Imagine?’

An INSIDER story this month highlighted efforts from USC researchers to train artificial intelligence to imagine the unseen. The artificial-intelligence system uses the attributes that it "knows" to then think up a never-before-seen object.

Blog: AR/AI
A team of researchers at USC is helping artificial intelligence imagine the unseen.
Briefs: AR/AI
Gait data and machine learning help to monitor and predict disease progression.
Briefs: AR/AI
Dangerous “butterfly” landmines can be detected using low-cost drones and infrared cameras.
Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
A robot could immediately alert a human of small changes in their surrounding environment.
Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
The system enables robots to predict what their human coworker will do next.
Special Reports: AR/AI
Smart Factory/IIoT - June 2021

Factories are getting "smarter" and more automated by the day, thanks to advances in AI, connectivity, controls, and sensors. In this compendium of recent articles from the editors of Tech Briefs and Sensor...

Briefs: Transportation
The system could one day replace LiDAR and cameras in automated manufacturing, biomedical imaging, and autonomous driving.
Briefs: AR/AI
Exoskeleton legs are capable of thinking and making control decisions on their own using artificial intelligence technology.
Technology Leaders: Electronics & Computers
AI will only reach its full potential when it can be fed with a constant stream of data from a plentitude of diverse sources.
Briefs: Electronics & Computers
The algorithm identified a new compound potentially useful for photonic devices and biologically inspired computers.
Briefs: Photonics/Optics
Artificial intelligence is used to decode X-ray images faster, which could aid innovations in medicine, materials, and energy.
Blog: Automotive
The A.I. system learns from thousands of real-traffic situations, when a self-driving car stopped unexpectedly.
Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
These robots could perform basic healthcare tasks to support the work of doctors and nurses.
Briefs: AR/AI
This compact beam steering technology has applications in autonomous navigation, AR, and neuroscience.
Products: Electronics & Computers
The GVC1001 computer features dual 10-GigE ports for gigabit Ethernet camera or other sensor inputs.
Blog: Robotics, Automation & Control
Robotics researchers are developing exoskeleton legs capable of thinking and making control decisions on their own using sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
Blog: Manufacturing & Prototyping
Design engineers should be cautious in how they design and deploy mixed-reality technologies, says an industry expert.
Facility Focus: Aerospace
Stanford University’s School of Engineering has been at the forefront of innovation for nearly a century
Briefs: AR/AI
This system provides low-cost monitoring for machine health with audio-based artificial intelligence.
Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
The device can translate expressions into emojis or silent speech commands.
Articles: AR/AI
Digital technologies are enabling an "Industry Renaissance" of virtual experiences.
Briefs: AR/AI
The device enables ultra-fast wireless communications at low cost.
White Papers: Aerospace
AI for Embedded Defense is Here

An armed Humvee is moving at night thru a smoke-filled, urban battlefield. Using multiple displays, the crew has a 360˚ view that is daylight clear, delivered by an imaging system fusing data from several...

Briefs: Imaging
This technology enables robots, electronic devices, and prosthetic devices to feel pain through sense of touch.
Briefs: Medical
VR/AR devices can simulate some of the key difficulties experienced due to glaucoma.