ICYMI: Pedestrian tracking bot and earthquake simulation
Turing’s test needs robots to blend in among humans, so tracking how pedestrians move makes sense.
Gene editing can end disease and fight global famine
And also give us unicorns.
Big data shows racial bias in police behavior
Stanford's data shows that Oakland police officers haven't treated everyone fairly.
Stanford looks to the skies to calculate underground water
New algorithm might hold the key to accurately mapping groundwater supply.
ICYMI: Sea drones, pigeon pollution patrol and more
Pigeons wore tiny vests to check air quality and it is everything we’ve ever needed.
ICYMI: 3D-printed instrument, Humanoid diver and more
Savvy parents will get on these creative commons violin plans, pronto.
Stanford's humanoid robot diver explores its first shipwreck
Behold: the dawn of the merbot.
ICYMI: Fire-starting drone, Stanford bird studies and more
In case the handgun drone wasn’t enough for you.
Stanford wind tunnel for birds could lead to more stable drones
They're kind of the perfect animals to study if we want better flying robots.