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Space bursts provide insight to Theory of Everything

December 11, 2012

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Light from some of the universe’s most energetic explosions is allowing scientists to probe the nature of space-time, according to new observations of gamma-ray bursts from the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency’s Ikaros spacecraft. Photons released by these bursts help place limits on a unified model of all of the forces of nature — what scientists call a “theory of everything.”

 

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Gesture-based robot control

May 20, 2013

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JPL’s BioSleeve enables precise robot control with hand and arm gestures. It uses EMG sensors, and other devices to decode hand and arm gestures and map them onto a robot control system. The system was presented at ICRA 2013 by Michael T. Wolf, Christopher Assad, Matthew T. Vernacchia, Joshua Fromm, and Henna L. Jethani from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Video Source: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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Deep Learning

April 21, 2014

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Jürgen Schmidhuber, Director of the Swiss AI Lab IDSIA
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The recent resurrection of multi-layer neural networks is generating a lot of interest currently, with deep learning appearing on the New York Times front page, and big companies like Google and Facebook hunting for the experts in this field. Jürgen’s talk will shed more light on how deep learning methods work, and why they work.

Some news… read more

Video Source: Zürich Machine Learning and Data Science Meetup

Anthony Atala, M.D., discusses tissue engineering at TEDMED 2009

January 23, 2010

Anthony Atala , M.D., Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, discusses advances in tissue engineering at TEDMED 2009.

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Honda short film Mobility 2088

March 3, 2010

HONDA | Ever since the dawn of man, mobility has been central to our growth and freedom as a civilization. There have always been places to go and people to see, greener pastures, bluer skies and undiscovered lands. But what about the future of mobility? We ask some of the great thinkers of our generation how people will get around in 80 years. From the hope of hydrogen to the… read more

Video Source: Honda

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Google’s voice search mobile app

August 12, 2010

Google’s Mobile App has a “search by voice” feature: speak your queries instead of typing.

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Smart fabrics

December 31, 2010

Video Source: Cetemmsa

IBM: The face and voice of Watson

February 13, 2011

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IBM | Preparing Watson for the Jeopardy! stage posed a unique challenge to the team: how to represent a system of 90 servers and hundreds of custom algorithms for the viewing public.The result? A dynamic visual avatar based on the smarter planet icon. A speaking voice that clearly pronounces a vast vocabulary. And an answer panel that reveals the system’s top responses and confidence levels. Watch the video to

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PARC | Power of 10 series — ‘Innovation: chasms and velocities’ with renowned innovation expert Geoffrey Moore

March 12, 2012

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PARC | This PARC Forum invited expert talk is part of a special series with 10 speakers on 10 aspects of innovation… because we’re celebrating the “Power of 10″ years of practicing open innovation (since being incorporated as an independent subsidiary in 2002).

Click here to watch the video on PARC’s website and learn more.

Presenter Geoffrey Moore has made understanding and exploiting disruptive… read more

“New York Nearest Subway” augmented reality iPhone 3GS app by acrossair

January 25, 2010

“acrossair brings you ‘Nearest Tube’, one of the first augmented reality apps to go live in the iPhone AppStore. The app tells New Yorkers where their nearest subway station is via their iPhones video function. When you load the app, holding it flat, all lines of the New York subway are displayed in colored arrows. By tilting the phone upwards, you will see the nearest stations: what direction they are… read more

Video Source: acrossair

Stacks on the Surface

March 19, 2010

SURFACE STACKS R&D TEAM | Stacks on the Surface: Resolving Physical Order Using Fiducial Markers With Structured Transparency

Considerable work has explored tangible interactions on surface-based computing. Often, this entails the direct placement of physical objects – either abstract or iconic – onto interactive surfaces. Although static themselves, their physicality offers an accurate and intuitive means for instantiating, manipulating, or otherwise acting on dynamic elements within the interface.… read more

Video Source: Carnegie Mellon: Human-Computer Interaction Institute & Microsoft

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Groundbreaking cell discovery in Romania

September 9, 2010

Scientists in Romania have discovered a new type of cell, called telocites, that could help stem cells regenerate and repair the human body.

Video Source: euronews

IBM | AI program ‘Watson’ competes in a practice round on the TV game show Jeopardy!

January 14, 2011

Scroll down to see a series of videos showcasing Watson’s skill, and some background from IBM on the AI’s capabilities and impact. View more videos on the official “IBM Challenge” website.

IBM-produced video on Watson

Some background on IBM’s Watson

Video Source: IBM, Sony Pictures

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ABC News | In the server room of Jeopardy! challenger ‘Watson’

February 10, 2011

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ABC News | Video Report by David Muir, ABC News: A long way since that first computer with a hard drive in the 1960s could store about one Manhattan phone book, Watson can hold 12 million of them.

In the 1980s, IBM’s first PC could understand about 5,000 words — Watson: 125 billion.

But sometimes that data misses the human subtlety. Scientists will tell you that… read more

Video Source: ABC News

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Concept cars of the future

March 2, 2010

ipodwheels YouTube channel | Some recent high-tech concept cars from the LA Auto Show. Manufacturers like Honda, Mazda, Toyota, Volkswagen, General Motors, Nissan and Mercedes Benz have come up wit revolutionary designs that are fit for the probable roads of the future.

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