Tag: IEEE

Simulator Helps Robot Enhance their Cutting Skills

Researchers from the USC’s Department of Computer Science and NVDIA have released a new simulator for robotic cutting which can accurately reproduce the forces acting on a knife while it slices through common food. The system can also simulate cutting…

Russia Disconnects Itself from the Internet

It has been reported that during tests in June and July, Russia was able to disconnect itself from the global internet. Russia adopted a legislation in 2019 called the ‘sovereign internet’ law which protects the country from being blocked from…

New System Hack for Windows Hello

A key piece of the tech industry’s plan to make the world password-less and safer is biometric authentication. However, a novel method for bypassing Microsoft’s Windows Hello facial recognition system shows that a little fiddling with the hardware can deceive…

‘Magic’ Carpet Guesses Human Poses

A new tactile sensing carpet from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) can guess human poses without using cameras— a step to enhancing self-powered personalized healthcare, gaming and smart homes. Previous research has discussed use of single RGB…

New Algorithm Helps Navigation of Autonomous Vehicles

New algorithm developed at Caltech allows autonomous systems identify their location simply by looking at the terrain around them. Even more fascinating, the technology works irrespective of seasonal changes to that terrain. Science Robotics published details about the process on…