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Tel Aviv-based MedyMatch Technology recently announced it has received Expedited Access Pathway (EAP) designation from the FDA for its intracranial hemorrahage (ICH)... Read More »
Research scientists at the USC Institute for Creative Technologies have invented a new technology that will allow virtually created humans to interact with therapists ... Read More »
One of the things about new technologies is that although they may be difficult for an older generation to understand and use properly, those who’ve grown... Read More »
Google’s work on the first marketable self-driving car continued this week with a bold new experiment -- Google’s self-driving Prius piloted a... Read More »
Computer scientist Hava Siegelmann of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, an expert in neural networks, has taken mathematical genius Alan Turing’s... Read More »
At the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML in Dortmund, Germany, researchers are working to harness swarm intelligence as a means of improving... Read More »
An authentic representative sample of potential battlefields in microcosm -- that’s the method of an extensive project at the Naval Research Lab. Advancing the... Read More »
To address recurring difficulties in artificial intelligence, such as handling uncertainty, UC Berkeley scientists have turned to a new resource: young children. The... Read More »
Computer software that models and responds to students' cognitive and emotional states -- including frustration and boredom -- has been developed by University of ... Read More »
Siri is undoubtedly THE high-profile feature of the iPhone 4s (does S stand for Siri or not?). Before Siri, ‘voice interface’ meant basic text-to-speech... Read More »
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Charlie BucknerI've got to hand it to Apple for doing a great job with SIRI. Of course, it's not perfect, however, I can see it getting close to perfect in future iterations.
Jan 24, 2012
Sofia IzquierdaHmm, that's both comforting and somewhat scary. Reminds me of HAL from Space Odyssey!
Jan 24, 2012
I’m sure I wasn’t the only first grader to fantasize about being a paleontologist (although I called it dinosaur hunting).  As a child, I was... Read More »
A neuroimaging research group from the University of California, Berkeley, recently astonished the world with images of video clips reconstructed from the... Read More »
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Anonymous Fascinating, but a little perturbing. -c
Oct 9, 2011
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