Keyword: AR/​AI

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Briefs: AR/AI
A research team demonstrated a way to recover phase information.
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Application Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Learn the internal functioning of an AI processor that pulls from a variety of sensors, including radar, lidar, sonar, and cameras.
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Briefs: Photonics/Optics
Columbia researchers are reducing both the size and the power consumption of a visible-spectrum phase modulator, from one millimeter to 10 microns.
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INSIDER: Motion Control

Engineers at Caltech, ETH Zurich, and Harvard are developing artificial intelligence (AI) that will allow autonomous drones to use ocean currents to aid their navigation, rather...

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Briefs: Photonics/Optics
An AI framework enables scientists to improve an imaging technique, enhancing the performance of electron microscopes.
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Briefs: Semiconductors & ICs
This combination of technologies could enable developments for many optical applications.
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Briefs: Electronics & Computers
A machine learning method promises to predict battery health with 10 times higher accuracy than the current industry standard.
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Articles: AR/AI
In the high-tech sector, there's been a shift from “just-in-time” to “just-in-case” inventory strategies.
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Articles: AR/AI
Supply chains run best when all the stakeholders involved stay keenly focused on their core competencies, says Tom Vanderheyden from TTI Americas.
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Products: Electronics & Computers
Rugged laptops, DC-DC converters, CMOS sensors, and more.
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Articles: Imaging
These 12 products are the nominees for the 2021 Tech Briefs Readers’ Choice Product of the Year.
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Briefs: Connectivity
“Dumb” headphones are made smart by turning them into sensors.
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Briefs: AR/AI
Sensing and learning can be combined to create novel cameras for artificial intelligence systems.
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Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
The model allows robots to ask clarifying questions to soldiers.
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NASA Spinoff: Test & Measurement
Software that monitors astronaut health in space now monitors high-risk patients at home.
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Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
This robotic arm fuses data from a camera and antenna to locate and retrieve items buried under piles and completely out of view.
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Technology Leaders: Design
Deep learning-based AI allows users to identify 3D objects of arbitrary shape and size in various orientations with high accuracy in the 3D space.
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Briefs: Electronics & Computers
The device paves the way for better prosthetic control and seamless interaction with electronic devices.
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Briefs: AR/AI
The system could one day replace LiDAR and cameras in automated manufacturing, biomedical imaging, and autonomous driving.
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Briefs: Electronics & Computers
This combination of technologies could enable developments for many optical applications.
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Briefs: AR/AI
This AI turns even the blurriest photo into realistic computer-generated faces in HD.
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Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
Exoskeleton legs are capable of thinking and making control decisions on their own using artificial intelligence technology.
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Briefs: Photonics/Optics
The ultra-compact, wearable hologram sensor immediately notifies the user of volatile gas detection.
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Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Researchers are using a standard RGB digital camera to accurately monitor soil moisture.
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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.
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Briefs: AR/AI
Gait data and machine learning help to monitor and predict disease progression.
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Briefs: Aerospace
Dangerous “butterfly” landmines can be detected using low-cost drones and infrared cameras.
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Briefs: Test & Measurement
A robot could immediately alert a human of small changes in their surrounding environment.
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