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Speeding ­p Quality Control For Biologics
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Speeding ­p Quality Control For Biologics

Engineers have developed a new method for analyzing biologics in production, based on a series of nanoscale filters.

Cinematography on the Fly
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Cinematography on the Fly

Researchers are working to improve the performance of autonomous drones in capturing video for movies.

Teaching Robots to Teach Other Robots
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Teaching Robots to Teach Other Robots

C-LEARN is a system designed to let users teach robots skills that they can pass along to other robots.

Teaching Robots to Teach Other Robots
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Teaching Robots to Teach Other Robots

Most robots are programmed using one of two methods: learning from demonstration, in which they watch a task being done and then replicate it, or via motion-planning...

Mapping the Edge of Reality
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Mapping the Edge of Reality

Researchers have developed a genetic algorithm to confirm the rejection of classical ideas of causality.

Wireless Power Could Enable Ingestible Electronics
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Wireless Power Could Enable Ingestible Electronics

Researchers have developed a method for wirelessly powering ingestible electronic devices.

Explained: Neural Networks
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Explained: Neural Networks

Deep learning is a new name for the neural-networking approach to artificial intelligence.

Faster Page Loads
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Faster Page Loads

Flowtune is a new system for allocating bandwidth in datacenter networks.

Protecting Web ­sers' Privacy
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Protecting Web ­sers' Privacy

Splinter is a new encryption system that disguises users' database queries so they reveal no private information.

Toward Printable, Sensor-Laden 'skin' For Robots
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Toward Printable, Sensor-Laden 'skin' For Robots

Researchers believe three-dimensional printing of flexible electronics integrating sensors and processing circuitry is key to bulk manufacturing of a robot "skin...

Sharing the Fares
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Sharing the Fares

The potential for urban ride-sharing is similar for a variety of cities all over the world.

Artificial Data Give the Same Results as Real Data--Without Compromising Privacy
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Artificial Data Give the Same Results as Real Data--Without Compromising Privacy

The Synthetic Data Vault is a new machine-learning system that automatically creates synthetic data, which can be used in data science efforts that otherwise would...

Researchers Devise Efficient Power Converter For Internet of Things
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Researchers Devise Efficient Power Converter For Internet of Things

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Microsystems Technologies Laboratories recently unveiled a power converter that stays efficient at currents...

Wearable AI System Can Detect a Conversation's Tone
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Wearable AI System Can Detect a Conversation's Tone

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a system that utilizes a wearable device and artificial intelligence to detect whether the...

Smart Automation
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Smart Automation

Researchers at the Singapore-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alliance for Research and Technology have spent the last several years developing autonomous...

Taming Data
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Taming Data

A new big data management system aims to simplify the process of aggregating large datasets for analysis.

Driverless Platoons
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Driverless Platoons

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have developed a mathematical model to study the effects of scheduling policies on fuel consumption and travel...

Printable Electronics
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Printable Electronics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers have developed an ultra-thin, high-resolution printing process that makes use of nanoporous stamps.

Design Your Own Custom Drone
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Design Your Own Custom Drone

Researchers have developed a way for consumers to design and develop drones to meet their unique specifications.

Creating Videos of the Future
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Creating Videos of the Future

Researchers have developed a deep-learning algorithm that can take a still image of a scene and model a video simulating the future of that scene.
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