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Machine Learning_COVER

Advertising Algorithms Could Be the Solution to Gaining Communication Network Intelligence

Sep 02, 2016
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Communications

Ad optimization algorithms could help identify patterns necessary to cracking complicated communication network topologies—and facilitate national-defense operations.

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A Driverless Uber or Lyft? New Research Shows How Autonomous Vehicles Could Make It to the Masses Faster

Aug 22, 2016
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Transportation

Researchers propose an autonomous vehicle public transportation system that could offer the low cost of bus prices and the luxury of an Uber service.

smart building_COVER

Are Smart Buildings Delivering on Their Promise to Reduce Energy Consumption?

Jul 25, 2016
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Energy

Research shows smart buildings may not be limiting their energy consumption as much as they should. But a new IoT application could get them back on track.

Ballistocardiography COVER

Making Ballistocardiography “Wearable” for the Prevention of Heart Failure

Jun 27, 2016
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Bioengineering

Ballistocardiography engineers develop world’s first prototype of a low-power, wearable medical device for the prevention of heart failure.

CHARM_COVER

Multi-Cloud Scheme Could Decrease Storage Costs By 20%

Jun 15, 2016
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Computing

Study proposes multi-cloud storage scheme could help businesses avoid costly storage migration and cloud vendor lock-in issues.

VR#3 COVER

Humanizing VR Part 3: How Photorealistic Should a 3D Virtual Human Be?

Jun 03, 2016
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Devices & Systems

The way a virtual human looks could play a major role in influencing a VR user’s emotional response, a key aspect of many job training programs.