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MIT Develop Low-cost Terahertz Camera To Curb Challenges of Making Images from Terahertz Waves

In a bid to curb the challenges of detecting and making images from terahertz waves, researchers at MIT, the University of Minnesota, and Samsung have developed a new kind of camera, called a Terahertz camera, that can detect terahertz pulses rapidl...

MIT Researchers Developed New Techniques That Reduce Risk, Energy Cost for Learning on the Edge

In a bid to address the memory and computational bottlenecks that exist when trying to run machine-learning models on tiny edge devices, researchers at MIT and the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab have developed a new technique that enables on-device training ...

Cornell University New York Develops Micro-robots With Electronic Brains

Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, developed the world's first micro-robots to operate without any kind of external control. These robots have all the necessary hardware as well as a crude electronic brain with a little solar power works. Ac...

MIT PhD Student Uncovers New Techniques For Alzheimer’s Disease on the Brain

Mitch Murdock, a doctoral student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, has used new technology and fundamental biological techniques to study the impacts of Alzheimer's disease on the brain.&...

Japanese Scientists Built Remote Controlled Cyborg Cockroaches With Solar Panels

Japanese Scientists from the Riken institute’s Cluster for Pioneering Research (CPR) have built a remote-controlled cyborg Cockroach using solar panels. The team experimented with Madagascar cockroaches, using wires to stimulate the leg segments of ...
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