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Small chips edge smart nano-drones closer to reality

Researchers working at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a tiny chip that could control drones as small as a bee. A team...

MIT introduces brain-controlled robots

Scientists from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are leading research into controlling robots using brainwaves and simple hand movements. Their work is...

IoT futures: MIT develops RFID sensors, 3D-printed shape-shifters

New research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) should remind us of the power of low-cost, elegant simplicity in deploying the Internet of...

MIT researchers devise IoT transmitter to stop hackers

NEWSBYTE Researchers at MIT have created a transmitter that could stop hackers from attacking IoT devices. Such devices are vulnerable to hack attacks that locate,...

Norman the psychopathic AI offers a warning on biased data

Many people are concerned about the potential rise of malignant AI, with UK newspapers, in particular, worried about the 'Terminator' scenario of machines that...

Smart medicine: Wireless system powers tiny devices inside the body

US researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), working with scientists from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, have developed wireless technology that...

3D printing breakthrough enables detailed models of patient scans

A newly developed 3D printing technique allows CT and MRI scans to be accurately represented in "exquisitely detailed" medical models, providing researchers and doctors...

New US restaurant opens with fully robotic cooking staff

Boston restaurant Spyce has opened, promising customers an affordable, delicious meal – cooked entirely by robots, reports Malek Murison. Robots' entry into the restaurant world...

Health IoT: Ingestible sensor can help diagnose disease

An MIT research team has developed an ingestible sensor that uses genetically engineered bacteria to detect and diagnose gastrointestinal problems. The sensor is made up...

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...
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