Carnegie mellon

10.12.10
NELL machine learning system could easily beat you at Trivial Pursuit
10.12.10

NELL machine learning system could easily beat you at Trivial Pursuit

If fifteen years ago you would have told us that some day, deep in the bowels of Carnegie Mellon...

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07.28.10
Carnegie Mellon's robot snakes converge into creepy hand-like wargadget
07.28.10

Carnegie Mellon's robot snakes converge into creepy hand-like wargadget

President Eisenhower, in his famous farewell speech in 1961, warned against the acquisition of unwa...

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03.18.10
GM shows off sensor-laden windshield, new heads-up display prototype
03.18.10

GM shows off sensor-laden windshield, new heads-up display prototype

Heads-up displays are undoubtedly novel, and downright useful in the right circumstances. Trouble i...

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03.12.10
Carnegie Mellon student shows that 64 pixels is enough for Mario (video)
03.12.10

Carnegie Mellon student shows that 64 pixels is enough for Mario (video)

There are 2,073,600 pixels in a 1080p TV, yet Carnegie Mellon student Chloe Fan has blown our minds...

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03.02.10
Skinput: because touchscreens never felt right anyway (video)
03.02.10

Skinput: because touchscreens never felt right anyway (video)

Microsoft looks to be on a bit of a hot streak with innovations lately, and though this here projec...

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07.12.09
Carnegie Mellon's robotic snake stars in a glamour video
07.12.09

Carnegie Mellon's robotic snake stars in a glamour video

We've been pretty into Carnegie Mellon's modular snake robots for a while now, and seeing as it's a...

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05.07.09
CMU researchers control microbots with mini magnets
05.07.09

CMU researchers control microbots with mini magnets

Pardon the alliteration, but we're excited about the proposition here. For years -- millenniums, ev...

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04.28.09
Carnegie Mellon morphs 'pop-up buttons' onto multi-touch display
04.28.09

Carnegie Mellon morphs 'pop-up buttons' onto multi-touch display

While attempts to add feedback to touchscreen displays via vibration and audible tones are laudable...

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12.19.08
Sensor-laden footballs / gloves could run referees right out of work
12.19.08

Sensor-laden footballs / gloves could run referees right out of work

Dr. Priya Narasimhan, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, doesn't intend to put a single NFL...

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