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MIT CSAIL researchers develop computer vision system for robots

Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have announced a breakthrough in their robotics research. The team is presenting the Dense Object Nets (DON) method, a new system that they say will one day make robots useful in home and office situations. The system uses computer vision to enable robots to understand … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Atom pull requests, MIT CSAIL’s depression recognition model, and dtSearch’s Intraspexion update

GitHub wants to make it easier to view and interact with pull requests in Atom thanks to a new GitHub package. Recent pull requests will now display information such as the author’s avatar, title of the pull request, pull request number, CI status, and “Last Updated” details. Clicking on a pull request will launch a … continue reading

Dell

Dell announces new IoT solutions, FileMaker Platform 16, and MIT CSAIL’s C-LEARN system for robots — SD Times news digest: May 11, 2017

Dell Technologies made a number of new IoT announcements at its Dell EMC World conference in Las Vegas this week. The company plans to take the complexity out of IoT deployment, and ease digital transformation with new products and partnerships. New solutions include: a VMware Pulse IoT Center for secure IoT infrastructure management; IoT advisory … continue reading

Docker 1.13, GitHub data on BigQuery, and the DOT’s proving grounds for automated vehicles—SD Times news digest: Jan. 20, 2017

Docker has announced an update with new features, improvements and fixes. Docker 1.13 includes the ability to compose files to deploy swarm mode services; improved CLI backward-compatibility; cleanup commands; CLI restructuring; monitoring improvements; build enhancements; and the public data of Docker for AWS and Azure. In addition, Docker 1.13 features experimental capabilities in Docker build … continue reading

MIT CSAIL brings reasoning to machine learning

Machine learning is a hot topic in the software industry right now. More and more companies are taking advantage of this artificial intelligence technique to train machines on their data and make predictions. Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Laboratory (CSAIL) want to take it a step further by revealing how a machine makes … continue reading

Researchers develop a wireless localizer

Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) believe they can make drones safer, homes smarter and WiFi password-free with their newly developed system. The researchers have developed Chronos, a WiFi localizer system that users a single WiFi access point to pinpoint users within tens of centimeters. According to the researchers, current localization … continue reading

Twitterbot uses deep learning to channel inner Donald Trump

If you thought republican presidential candidate Donald Trump already said enough crazy things, you might not want to follow his Twitterbot. A postdoc from MIT’s Computer Science Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has developed a Twitterbot that uses an artificial intelligence algorithm, deep learning techniques and neural networks to tweet out Trump-like statements such as “I’m … continue reading

Someone else owns Google’s Alphabet, and robots can work together—SD Times new digest: Aug. 12, 2015

Google recently announced it was becoming a new company named Alphabet, but there is just one problem: Someone already owns the trademark and Internet domain. The New York Times reported that BMW is the current owner, and the company doesn’t want to sell. A spokeswoman for BMW told the Times the company has no plans … continue reading

SD Times news digest: October 2, 2014—Ericsson open-sources OpenWebRTC and Bowser for iOS; Intel releases IoT developer kit

Ericsson open-sources OpenWebRTC and Bowser for iOS Ericsson announced it is releasing OpenWebRTC—its implementation of the HTML5 in-browser audio and video technology—and its WebRTC-enabled Bowser iOS browser as open source. Ericsson Research manager of media application and protocols Stefan Ålund made the announcement in a blog post, saying that Ericsson has already submitted Bowser to … continue reading

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