Jeffrey Cuebas

TECH SCEnE: Technology, Science and Community Engagement in Engineering

A new summer study system connects biomedical, biological sciences and electrical
engineering learners to Indigenous communities, environmental wellbeing and technological

Analysis encounters for undergraduates (REUs) are applications sponsored by the Countrywide
Science Basis (NSF) and are paid out summer study opportunities for learners.
TECH SCEnE, a new REU at

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A robot that senses hidden objects

Procedure employs penetrative radio frequency to pinpoint merchandise, even when they are hidden from check out.

In latest several years, robots have acquired synthetic vision, touch, and even smell. “Researchers have been providing robots human-like notion,” says MIT Associate Professor Fadel Adib. In a new paper, Adib’s staff is pushing

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Keeping It Fresh: New AI-based Strategy Can Assess the Freshness of Beef Samples

Researchers incorporate spectroscopy and deep studying in an economical method for detecting spoiled meat.

Researchers at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technological innovation, Korea, incorporate an reasonably priced spectroscopy method with artificial intelligence to establish a new way of examining the freshness of beef samples. Their strategy is remarkably a

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Researchers at U of T and LG develop ‘explainable’ artificial intelligence algorithm

Scientists from the College of Toronto and LG AI Exploration have designed an “explainable” artificial intelligence (XAI) algorithm that can enable establish and reduce flaws in display screens.

The new algorithm, which outperformed comparable strategies on marketplace benchmarks, was designed by way of an ongoing AI research collaboration between LG

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