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In work that built on his doctoral dissertation, Johnny Lee, along with colleagues at Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, prototyped a projector system that could keep an image framed on a moving handheld screen.
Johnny Lee demonstrates how to build a low-cost digital whiteboard using the Nintendo Wii remote and an infrared-light emitter.
In order to unload a dishwasher, STAIR determines on the fly how best to grasp unfamiliar objects.
Cued by a verbal command, the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Robot (STAIR) retrieves a stapler from an unfamiliar room.
Stanford’s Andrew Ng explains his work to build a general-purpose household robot and demonstrates some of the prototype’s unique abilities.
Communications companies buck the fourth-quarter slide.
Novel medical treatments thrive as investors get cautious.
Techniques borrowed from computer engineering could help identify promising drug targets.
TR’s new products section offers some last-minute gift ideas.
Genomic analysis reveals Europeans’ places of origin.