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ICYMI: Pedestrian tracking bot and earthquake simulation

Turing’s test needs robots to blend in among humans, so tracking how pedestrians move makes sense.
Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
July 9, 2016
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ICYMI: Pedestrian tracking bot and earthquake simulation

Today on In Case You Missed It: Stanford engineers are using a robot to understand the way humans move through a crowded space. University of California, San Diego researchers are using the world's largest outdoor shake table to simulate earthquakes and fire to a six story building.

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