Robotics

Team makes electronic skin that can sense touch

Stanford scientists have developed a soft and stretchable electronic skin that can directly talk to the brain, imitating the sensory feedback of real skin using a strategy that, if improved, could offer hope to millions of ...

Machine learning & AI

Booting up artificial personality in AI systems

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used increasingly in many different walks of life from the large language models and image-generation tools that can produce readable text and intriguing graphics based on a prompt to ...

Hardware

Developing a smart chip based on the human brain

Current computer systems are very good at performing exact calculations. But as we are using more and more AI-based applications, we also need more efficient systems that are able to process data in real time with the same ...

Security

New AI model aims to plug key gap in cybersecurity readiness

Imagine you're the new manager of a large apartment building and someone has stolen one of your keys—but you're not sure which one. Was it to a first-floor apartment? The mail room? Maybe it's a master key to all the units.

Computer Sciences

Training machines to learn more like humans do

Imagine sitting on a park bench, watching someone stroll by. While the scene may constantly change as the person walks, the human brain can transform that dynamic visual information into a more stable representation over ...

Software

When your house spreads gossip about you

More and more of the devices that we surround ourselves with on a daily basis are connected to the internet. This makes them not only smart, but also vulnerable to cyberattacks and criminal acts.

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