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Glasses Use Sonar, AI to Interpret Upper Body Poses in 3D
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Glasses Use Sonar, AI to Interpret Upper Body Poses in 3D

Cornell University researchers have developed a wearable device that uses inaudible soundwaves and artificial intelligence to track the user's upper body movements...

'Smart' Glasses Skew Power Balance with Non-Wearers
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'Smart' Glasses Skew Power Balance with Non-Wearers

Researchers at Cornell and Brown universities found that wearers of augmented reality or smart glasses hold certain advantages, according to non-wearers.

That's Funny—but AI Models Don't Get the Joke
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That's Funny—but AI Models Don't Get the Joke

A multi-institutional team of scientists tested artificial intelligence models' ability to understand humor.

Dashcam Images Reveal Where Police Are Deployed
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Dashcam Images Reveal Where Police Are Deployed

Scientists found indications of how police in New York City may deploy in neighborhoods via a deep learning model and a dataset of dashcam images from rideshare...

(Almost) Everyone Likes a Helpful Trash Robot
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(Almost) Everyone Likes a Helpful Trash Robot

A study by Cornell University researchers found that the public responded well to two remote-controlled trash barrel robots installed at a Manhattan plaza, one...

Autonomous Bus Sounds: All About When, Not How
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Autonomous Bus Sounds: All About When, Not How

Cornell University's Malte Jung, and Hannah Pelikan from Sweden's Linköping University, are using sound to improve autonomous buses' navigation and communication...
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