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Driving Human-Machine Collaboration

When it comes to autonomous vehicles, the push has been to replace drivers eventually, letting the car completely take over. However, the upshot of a recent presentation is that instead of unhooking the driver, a more realistic prospect is…

Teach Robots New Skills Easily

As long as things stay the same, warehouse robots accurately pick and place for shipment without problems. However, change the process, and you must reprogram the robot and retrain the system. MIT researchers developed a training technique…

Security Hide and Seek

Picture multiple programs running on one computer. Since they share the same memory hardware – they are at risk for a “memory timing side-channel attack.” Delays are inherent when programs try to access a computer's memory because of shared…