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Tapping into the processing power of the human brain could help computers with some tasks.
Everyone has a unique pattern of eye movements. A new biometric security system exploits this for a simple, hard-to-fool approach.
A new system identifies users by their mobile phones.
A new approach allows more information to be extracted from the brain.
Researchers at the Federal Institute of Technology in Switzerland demonstrate a wheelchair that uses “shared control” to navigate.
Artificial intelligence improves a wheelchair system that could give paralyzed people greater mobility.
A nanoscale version of a TV antenna directs light.
Automatically removing people from street-level imagery could help prevent privacy complaints.
Search engines get smarter at predicting when we’ll respond to a pitch.
SleepServer creates a virtual copy of a dozing machine.