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Helping Autonomous Vehicles Make Moral Decisions by Ditching the Trolley Problem
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Helping Autonomous Vehicles Make Moral Decisions by Ditching the Trolley Problem

North Carolina State University researchers are working to collect more realistic data on moral challenges in low-stakes traffic situations.

AI Networks Vulnerable to Attacks
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AI Networks Vulnerable to Attacks

Tianfu Wu at North Carolina State University and colleagues developed the QuadAttacK software to test deep neural networks for adversarial vulnerabilities.

Robotic Prosthetic Ankles Improve 'Natural' Movement, Stability
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Robotic Prosthetic Ankles Improve 'Natural' Movement, Stability

Researchers demonstrated that nerve impulse-driven robotic prosthetic ankles enable more natural and stable movement by amputees.

Robot Boosts Solar Energy Research
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Robot Boosts Solar Energy Research

Scientists developed a new robot for advancing semiconductor materials discovery.

Computer Model Predicts Crop Yields
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Computer Model Predicts Crop Yields

Scientists built a computer model that predicts cotton, corn, sorghum, and soybean yields in the southeastern U.S.

You Can Make Carbon Dioxide Filters with a 3D Printer
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You Can Make Carbon Dioxide Filters with a 3D Printer

North Carolina State University researchers have developed a way to three-dimensionally (3D)-print carbon dioxide capture filters.

Multifunctional Patch Detects Plant Diseases, Other Crop Threats
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Multifunctional Patch Detects Plant Diseases, Other Crop Threats

An electronic patch developed by North Carolina State University (NC State) scientists can monitor crops for various pathogens and threats.
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