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10 VR/AR Technologies from CES 2023

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AR/AI

Embedded Intelligence and Connectivity: High-Performance Modules for Mixed-Critical Applications

The growing use of AI in medical applications is leading to drastically higher performance demands for the embedded computing technology.

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Software

Engineers Build Reconfigurable Artificial Intelligence Chip

The researchers plan to apply the design to edge computing devices.

Briefs
Motion Control

Computational Model Enables Robots to Learn New Concepts

The model allows robots to ask clarifying questions to soldiers.

Briefs
AR/AI

Faster Computation for Deep-Learning Applications

A new area of artificial intelligence called analog deep learning promises faster computation with a fraction of the energy usage.

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AR/AI

10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Engineers

Gift giving always induces anxiety. It’s never easy to pick a present that someone will enjoy, especially if the recipient is an engineer.

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AR/AI

AI-Powered Cruise Control to Thwart Traffic

Researchers deployed a fleet of 100 semi-autonomous vehicles to test whether a new AI-powered cruise-control system can help smooth the flow of traffic and improve fuel economy.

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Test & Measurement

ADAS/Connected Car - December 2022

In this compendium of articles from the editors of Automotive Engineering and Autonomous Vehicle Engineering magazines, see how advances in artificial intelligence, quantum computing, lidar and radar, and...

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Robotics, Automation & Control

Making Machines Curious

Remote and autonomous vehicles are now helping us make discoveries in places where humans cannot easily go.

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Imaging

AI that Mimics the Human Eye

Researchers at University of Central Florida have developed an artificial intelligence device that mimics the retina of the eye.

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Aerospace

AI Pilot Can Navigate Crowded Airspace

A team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University believe they have developed the first AI pilot that enables autonomous aircraft to navigate a crowded airspace.

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Communications

Efficiently and Precisely Decoding Low Redundancy Codes

Digital data is subjected to errors when stored or transmitted due to the effects of noise on the medium or communication channel.

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AR/AI

Nanomagnets Can Perform AI-Like Processing

The new method could slash the energy cost of AI.

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AR/AI

AI Material That Adapts to Its Surroundings

UCLA engineers have designed a new class of material that can learn behaviors over time and develop a “muscle memory” of its own.

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Electronics & Computers

Meta Arcade Trains AI to Adapt Through Video Games

Meta Arcade, a suite of arcade games that can be configured and used as training tasks for deep reinforcement learning, was created by a team at Johns Hopkins APL under the Defense...

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Wearables

Bringing Touch to Virtual Reality

The system aims to add the sense of touch to the metaverse for use in virtual-reality shopping and gaming, and potentially facilitate the work of astronauts and other professions that require the use of thick gloves.

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Robotics, Automation & Control

Medical Robotics - November 2022

"Millirobots" swimming in your bloodstream...soft robots you can print on demand...cobots hard at work in the test lab. Read about these and other innovative technologies in this compendium of recent articles...

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Photonics/Optics

Additive Manufacturing - November 2022

AM/3D Printing is fundamentally changing how products are prototyped and produced in aerospace, medical, electronics, and many other fields. To help you keep pace with the latest advances, we present...

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Photonics/Optics

New Products

New products for November 2022.

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AR/AI

2022 Medical Winner: The Novel Squid Glaucoma MicroShunt

Glaucoma is the second-leading cause of blindness, affecting 80 million patients globally, including 3 million patients in the U.S.

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Medical

From the Editor: Data-Driven Brain Care: The Future of Neuroscience

Connectomics, the field of understanding brain connectivity, is poised to change the future of neuroscience.

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AR/AI

2022 Create the Future Design Contest: Medical Category Winner — The Novel Squid Glaucoma microShunt

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness, affecting 80 million patients globally including 3 million patients in the U.S.

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Communications

GA-ASI Announces Gray Eagle 25M for Multi-Domain Operations

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has launched its latest variant of the Gray Eagle line of unmanned aircraft systems: Gray Eagle 25M. The GE-25M brings a...

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Robotics, Automation & Control

How is AI Transforming Manufacturing?

Artificial intelligence (AI) adoption is gradually increasing across industries. How much do you know about AI in manufacturing? Take this quiz to find out.

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AR/AI

Machine Vision & Camera Technology - October 2022

In this report just released by the editors of Tech Briefs and Photonics & Imaging Technology, you'll read about the world's fastest camera (.5 trillion frames per second!); an innovative...

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AR/AI

How Extended Reality Is Transforming Surgery

So how can new surgeons safely hone their skills? The answer lies in emerging technology with roots in the world of gaming that seamlessly combines the physical and digital worlds.

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Internet of Things

Machine Learning and Sensor Technology Unlock Predictive Maintenance Insights

More than 80 percent of manufacturers experienced at least one instance of unplanned downtime during the past three years, and a single factory can lose $2.3 million annually due to unplanned stoppages.

Briefs
AR/AI

AI-Enabled Optical Fiber Sensor Device Monitors Brain Injury

The results from tests on animal brain tissues suggest it could help clinicians to better monitor both disease progression and patients’ response to treatment than is currently possible.