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1 September 2013 0 View comments Researchers at MIT have developed an automated personal-computer system designed to help people those hampered by poor social skills overcome anxiety at meeting new people. My Automated Conversation coacH' and it uses
In an update on the search posted on the university's website, Stephen Tritch, chairman of the board, said the firm is a "nationally recognized, minority and female-owned executive search firm, specializing in senior level searches for colleges and
Networks of these two kinds of neurons are responsible for processing sensory information like images, sounds and smells, and for cognitive functioning...Traditional scientific tools only allowed scientists to study the excitatory neurons...Kuhlman,
Training is accomplished by holding the object in front of Pixy's lens and pressing a button. Pixy then finds objects with similar color signatures using a dedicated dual-core processor that can process images at 50 frames per second...Pixy can
We heard about hacking regular cars earlier in the week , but one researcher has already gotten started on how to hack driverless cars yes, those Google cars of the future...I love robots, I think they're the future. said a hacker who goes by the
122 billion That's a lot of money! And instead of just letting that money just sit around earning nothing in their bank accounts, the companies could invest it in ways that would help their businesses, their shareholders, the economy, and the country.
Cohon has been elected to the Unisys Board of Directors and appointed to the Compensation Committee of the Board. Cohon is President Emeritus and University Professor at Carnegie Mellon University , a global research university recognized for its
Insider Threat Center at the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute will present a free virtual event on current research aimed at establishing best practices to mitigate insider threats. Managing the Insider Threat: What Every
The documentary traces the incredible journey of young FC Barcelona fan, Aayush Karki, as he travels on the trip of his lifetime from the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu to Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona. In December 2010, Aayush was nearing the end of
CMU sited support for international numbers, an intuitive interface, flexible user management, an easy-to-use API, and knowledgeable customer service as reasons for making the switch. CMU begins upgrading the system this summer. (Photo: http://photos.