Separate developments in speech recognition technology from IBM and California universities at San Francisco and Berkeley offer promising news for patients suffering from vocal paralysis and speech loss.
Aug 28, 2023 report
Researchers at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague have made progress in the field of assistive technology with the development of a novel auditory human–machine interface using black phosphorus–based ...
Jun 13, 2023
The Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) have developed a smart sensor that detects signs of ground or structure collapses and a real-time remote monitoring system.
Mar 28, 2023
Civil aviation is committed to making progress on the road towards a climate-neutral future. To make current and future aircrafts more energy-efficient and use less jet fuel, the industry needs reliable data about the durability ...
Jan 24, 2023
A new technological development by Tel Aviv University has made it possible for a robot to smell using a biological sensor. The sensor sends electrical signals as a response to the presence of a nearby odor, which the robot ...
Jan 17, 2023
Emerging forms of thin-film device technologies that rely on alternative semiconductor materials, such as printable organics, nanocarbon allotropes and metal oxides, could contribute to a more economically and environmentally ...
Dec 28, 2022
We want modern technology to become smaller and more energy-efficient without losing quality. Technical innovation is required to achieve this. For several years, the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS has ...
Dec 12, 2022
Cornell University engineers have created a soft robot capable of detecting when and where it was damaged—and then healing itself on the spot.
Dec 7, 2022
Warehouses are home to heavy volumes of traffic. The numbers of industrial trucks (pallet trucks, forklift vehicles and the like) traversing their aisles are growing especially large—in facilities that are themselves increasing ...
Dec 1, 2022
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a thin, flexible and stretchy sweat sensor that can show the level of glucose, lactate, sodium, or pH of your sweat, at the press of a finger. It is the first ...
Oct 12, 2022