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Computer Science - Life Sciences - 09.06.2023
Bioinspired robotics class offers intriguing surprises
Bioinspired robotics class offers intriguing surprises
Students learn about the complexity behind simple, everyday movement before experimenting with mechanical models. When MIT's mini cheetah perfectly executed a backflip on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," the audience screamed and applauded wildly. If this machine - which also pranced around the stage like a show dog and stretched in several different directions - could perform such a difficult maneuver, one that is impossible for most humans, it should be easy to get it to perform all kinds of everyday tasks.

Computer Science - Philosophy - 08.06.2023
Bringing the social and ethical responsibilities of computing to the forefront
The inaugural SERC Symposium convened experts from multiple disciplines to explore the challenges and opportunities that arise with the broad applicability of computing in many aspects of society.

Computer Science - Physics - 06.06.2023
Unlocking Photonic Computing Power with Artificial ’Life’
The never-ending quest for faster, smaller computers that can do more has led manufacturers to design ever tinier transistors that are now packed into computer chips by the tens of billions. And so far, this tactic has worked. Computers have never been more powerful than they are now. But there are limits: Traditional silicon transistors can only get so small because of difficulties in manufacturing devices that are, in some cases, only a few dozen atoms wide.

Computer Science - Innovation - 01.06.2023

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 31.05.2023
A more effective way to train machines for uncertain, real-world situations
A more effective way to train machines for uncertain, real-world situations
Researchers develop an algorithm that decides when a "student" machine should follow its teacher, and when it should learn on its own.

Physics - Computer Science - 30.05.2023
Fueled by problem-solving
Undergraduate research helped feed physics and EECS major Thomas Bergamaschi's post-MIT interest in tackling challenges.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 26.05.2023

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 24.05.2023
Helping robots handle fluids
Researchers create new simulation tool for robots to manipulate complex fluids in a step toward helping robots more effortlessly assist with daily tasks.

Computer Science - Health - 22.05.2023

Music - Computer Science - 21.05.2023

Computer Science - Innovation - 19.05.2023
Artificial Intelligence powers second-skin-like wearable tech
A new ultra-thin skinpatch with nanotechnology able to monitor 11 human health signals has been developed by researchers at Monash University.

Materials Science - Computer Science - 18.05.2023
Three MIT-led projects awarded MURI funding for 2023
Through the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative, the US Department of Defense supports research projects in areas of critical importance to national defense.

Computer Science - Electroengineering - 18.05.2023
Toward more flexible and rapid prototyping of electronic devices
FlexBoard is a flexible breadboard that enables rapid prototyping of objects with interactive sensors, actuators, and displays on curved and deformable surfaces. Whether you are a new employee, a gymnast, or a bendy straw manufacturer, one trait is ideal across the board: flexibility. The same can now be said about prototyping electronic devices.

Computer Science - 18.05.2023
2.007 Forever!
2.007 Forever!
With winches, spinners, and telescoping contraptions, bots go head to head in student robot competition inspired by "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Computer Science - 18.05.2023

Computer Science - Campus - 11.05.2023

Computer Science - Linguistics / Literature - 11.05.2023
3 Questions: Jacob Andreas on large language models
The CSAIL scientist pushes forward natural language processing research by creating state-of-the-art machine learning models and investigating how language can enhance other types of artificial intelligence.

Computer Science - 11.05.2023

Computer Science - Economics - 10.05.2023

Computer Science - Campus - 09.05.2023
PhD candidate Yutong Bai named Apple Scholar
PhD candidate Yutong Bai named Apple Scholar
Johns Hopkins PhD candidate named Apple Scholar Yutong Bai is the second graduate student at Johns Hopkins to receive the honor, which provides support for scholars' research and academic travel Yuto

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 08.05.2023
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Design Four-Legged Robotic System That Can Walk a Balance Beam
Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute have designed a system that makes an off-the-shelf quadruped robot nimble enough to walk a narrow balance beam - a feat that is likely the first of its kind. "This experiment was huge," said Zachary Manchester , an assistant professor in the Robotics Institute (RI) and head of the Robotic Exploration Lab.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 05.05.2023
Robotics Project Releases Toolkit, Digital Robotics Archive
The  Carnegie Mellon University Archives  has joined forces with a cross-campus team of faculty and subject matter experts to release research on the collection, preservation and presentation of robot artifacts and history. The Robotics Project 's  Digital Robotics Archive , one of the first in the field, and  Multimodal Archives Toolkit  kickstart the conversation about stewarding this complex, growing discipline for generations of researchers, historians and enthusiasts to come.

Economics - Computer Science - 05.05.2023
After Amazon, an ambition to accelerate American manufacturing
Jeff Wilke SM '93, former CEO of Amazon's Worldwide Consumer business, brings his LGO playbook to his new mission of revitalizing manufacturing in the U.S. After more than two decades a

Computer Science - Health - 04.05.2023
Carnegie Mellon Leads NSF AI Institute for Societal Decision Making
Artificial intelligence tools have increasingly aided emergency managers, public health officials and other professionals tasked with making critical and timely decisions that directly impact society.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 03.05.2023
Multi-university Team Building Actuators for Next Generation Sustainable Bio-bots
Animals have long served as inspiration for robotics. However, many of the mechanical properties, physical capabilities and the behavioral flexibility seen in animals have yet to be achieved in robotic platforms.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 02.05.2023
Open-source platform simulates wildlife for soft robotics designers
SoftZoo is a soft robot co-design platform that can test optimal shapes and sizes for robotic performance in different environments.

Environment - Computer Science - 01.05.2023
World’s first realistic simulated driving environment based on ’crash-prone’ Michigan intersection
Real-time data collected at the two-lane roundabout will be used to efficiently test the safety of autonomous vehicles Study: Learning naturalistic driving environment with statistical realism (DOI:

Computer Science - Innovation - 01.05.2023
Sensor enables high-fidelity input from everyday objects, human body
A new technique for recording and analyzing surface-acoustic waves can enable nearly any object to act as a touch input device and power privacy-sensitive sensing systems Study: SAWSense: Using Surface Acoustic Waves for Surface-bound Event Recognition (DOI: 10. Couches, tables, sleeves and more can turn into a high-fidelity input device for computers using a new sensing system developed at the University of Michigan.

Computer Science - Environment - 26.04.2023

Social Sciences - Computer Science - 26.04.2023
Driving toward data justice
Driving toward data justice
Senior Amelia Dogan brings together computer science, city planning, and American studies to work for social change.

Innovation - Computer Science - 19.04.2023
The Wi-Fi of the future must achieve the highest levels of reliability to advance in the development of the metaverse
In the future, it will be essential that Wi-Fi networks do not suffer interruptions if they wish to contribute to the development of the metaverse or to the automation and robotization of industrial processes and even medical interventions.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 19.04.2023

Innovation - Computer Science - 18.04.2023
First crowdsourcing platform for music description calls on public to support AI research
AI researchers at Queen Mary University of London and UPF in Barcelona are building a dataset that will enable the development of better music description tools - but they need music fans' help. Song Describer is a collaborative platform for people to write descriptions of music under Creative Commons licenses, creating an open database of music with natural language description.

Computer Science - Environment - 17.04.2023
Optimization could cut the carbon footprint of AI training by up to 75%
Deep learning models that power giants like TikTok and Amazon, as well as tools like ChatGPT, could save energy without new hardware or infrastructure. Study: Zeus: Understanding and Optimizing GPU Energy Consumption of DNN Training Study: Chasing Low-Carbon Electricity for Practical and Sustainable DNN Training Open-source software: Zeus on GitHub Chase on Github A new way to optimize the training of deep learning models, a rapidly evolving tool for powering artificial intelligence, could slash AI's energy demands.

Computer Science - Astronomy / Space Science - 13.04.2023
NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover Gets a Major Software Upgrade
NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover Gets a Major Software Upgrade
The update brings loads of improvements, the most significant being new driving capabilities. Years in the making, a major software update that has been installed on NASA's Curiosity rover will enable the Mars robot to drive faster and reduce wear and tear on its wheels.

Computer Science - 07.04.2023
An easier way to get bugs out of programming languages
Developed at MIT, D2X is a new tool that makes it easy to debug any domain-specific programming language.

Innovation - Computer Science - 07.04.2023
How not to destroy the world with AI
” width=”560″ height=”315″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”> This technology has the power to change the world, said Stuart Russell, a UC Berkeley computer science professor and leading AI expert.

Computer Science - Innovation - 06.04.2023
Tax loopholes abound, but AI could shut them down
Tax loopholes abound, but AI could shut them down
To eliminate tax loopholes that cost the federal government billions of dollars every year, tech and law experts are working together to create artificial intelligence that can find loopholes better than a legion of blue-chip tax accountants. Though the task is daunting-a recent test with the tax code "completely baffled" ChatGPT-leaders of the Johns Hopkins University-based effort not only believe it's doable, they worry a corporate-funded effort will beat them to the punch and use their own AI to find even more tax loopholes.
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