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headlight senses and tracks oncoming drivers Carnegie Mellon's smart headlights spare the eyes of oncoming drivers
Released September 9, 2014
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image of a rare blistering skin disease How skin falls apart: Pathology of autoimmune skin disease is revealed at the nanoscale
Released September 9, 2014
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Nao robot Socially-assistive robots help kids with autism learn by providing personalized prompts
Released August 28, 2014
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Released May 28, 2014
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illuminated brain Illuminating neuron activity in 3-D
Released May 18, 2014
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image of a facial-expression Ouch! Computer system spots fake expressions of pain better than people
Released April 3, 2014
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visual cortex in the back of the brain Expanding our view of vision
Released January 26, 2014
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computing graphic Video: Knife-wielding robot trains for grocery checkout job using new coactive learning technique
Released November 5, 2013
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a range of visualization types What makes a data visualization memorable?
Released October 16, 2013
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Released August 12, 2013
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Released August 8, 2013
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a sentence is translated to logic When Will My Computer Understand Me?
Released June 10, 2013
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herb explores objects More Than a Good Eye: CMU Robot Uses Arms, Location and More to Discover Objects
Released May 6, 2013
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illustration of a surgical tool in a human lung Researchers Devise X-ray Approach to Track Surgical Devices, Minimize Radiation Exposure
Released April 16, 2013
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image of the bladder cancer telerobot Telerobotic System Designed to Treat Bladder Cancer Better
Released April 2, 2013
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Garrett Stanley Neural "Synchrony" May Be Key to Understanding How the Human Brain Perceives
Released March 11, 2013
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image of a robotic fish New Robotic Fish Glides Indefinitely
Released January 14, 2013
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illustration of social saliency Head-mounted Cameras Could Help Robots Understand Social Interactions
Released December 13, 2012
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video clip used to teach an artificial language Language Is Shaped by Brain's Desire for Clarity and Ease
Released October 16, 2012
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people and society graphic UCLA Researchers Discover That the Sleeping Brain Behaves As If It's Remembering Something
Released October 7, 2012
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image of UT^2 facing off against an opponent Artificially Intelligent Game Bots Pass the Turing Test on Turing's Centenary
Released September 26, 2012
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researchers with the SUAVe aerial device Test Flight Over Peru Ruins Could Revolutionize Archaeological Mapping
Released August 1, 2012
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brain activations while participants view pictures All Things Big and Small: The Brain's Discerning Taste for Size
Released June 20, 2012
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David Sheinberg Distinct Brain Cells Recognize Novel Sights
Released April 11, 2012
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a neuron with a tree trunk-like dendrite How the Brain Makes Memories: Rhythmically!
Released October 3, 2011
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computer tries to analyze a football play Football Analysis Leads to Advance in Artificial Intelligence
Released August 18, 2011
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robot built from Legos For Robust Robots, Let Them Be Babies First
Released January 20, 2011
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computing graphic Two People Receive Kidney Transplants in Pilot Program Using CMU Software
Released December 14, 2010
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Tuomas Sandholm Organ Network Uses Carnegie Mellon Algorithm to Match Live Kidney Donors With Recipients
Released November 16, 2010
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block version of a typical scene Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop Method to Help Computer Vision Systems Decipher Outdoor Scenes
Released September 10, 2010
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