Computer Sciences

AI can use human perception to help tune out noisy audio

Researchers have developed a new deep learning model that promises to significantly improve audio quality in real-world scenarios by taking advantage of a previously underutilized tool: Human perception.

Telecom

A light source device to address the current data explosion

ETRI's researchers have pioneered the development of light source devices that can be utilized in mega/hyper data centers and 5G/6G mobile communication base stations. The technology innovated by the research team can transmit ...

Computer Sciences

Joint learning for mask wearing detection in low-light conditions

Face mask wearing detection is an important technical approach to improve public health safety and real-time monitoring efficiency. However, under extreme lighting or weather conditions, it is difficult to achieve ideal results ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

Wearable sticker turns hand movements into communication

Imagine wearing a thin flexible sticker that can turn your hand or finger movement into communication without you having to say a word or tap a touch screen. Researchers have developed a new type of wearable sensor that can ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

Researchers develop automated toolchain for future mobility

Development of embedded electronic systems for future mobility, be it self-driving cars or autonomous air taxis, depends on complex processing and application services. To better manage this challenge, eight European partners ...

Engineering

An early detection system for preventing buried pipeline damage

The Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science has developed a damage prevention and early detection system for buried pipelines, preventing pipeline failures caused by third-party interference (TPI) and other threats.

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