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New MIT system enables autonomous driving on poorly mapped roads

A new system from MIT, known as MapLite, enables self-driving cars to navigate using just GPS and sensors. Self-driving systems are typically seen being tested...

Mind-reader: MIT’s AlterEgo wearable knows what you’re going to say

A wearable being developed at MIT's Media Lab knows what its wearer is going to say before any sound is made. The AlterEgo device uses...

MIT’s CSAIL lab studies aquatic life with robot fish

Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a solution to a problem faced by marine biologists around the world. Getting a...

JDA Software partners with MIT to develop predictive supply chains

Supply chain specialist JDA Software has announced a joint research agreement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to develop new supply chain applications....

Why you could soon have a neural network on your smartphone

Researchers at MIT have paved the way to low-power neural networks that can run on devices such as smartphones and household appliances. Andrew Hobbs...

MIT develops low-power high-speed chips for IoT security

MIT researchers have hardwired public-key encryption into a new chip for IoT devices. It uses 1/400 of the power of software execution, one tenth...

MIT’s NanoMap helps drones to navigate safely at high speed

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a sophisticated computer vision system for flying robots. NanoMap allows drones to navigate through...

Internet of Manufacturing three-day conference begins

Internet of Business is proud to say that our latest Internet of Manufacturing event kicked off in style today at the Westin Grand in Munich,...

Origami-inspired artificial muscles give robots superhuman strength

Working alongside researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, scientists from Harvard University's Wyss Institute have developed origami-inspired artificial muscles.  Traditionally, the stronger...

MIT’s Embr Labs brings personal thermostat to market

Embr Labs, an MIT start-up, has launched a wrist-worn personal thermostat to help keep its wearer cool under pressure and  warm when they need...

Metals shortages pose little risk to future battery production, MIT finds

MIT-led study finds that while short-term supply chain bottlenecks could limit battery production in future, there is no shortage of metals with which to...

CSAIL team pairs robots with VR for smart manufacturing

Telepresence robotics and virtual reality are two exciting technologies, and by combining the two in a relatively inexpensive way, engineers at MIT's Computer Science...
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